Hijrah


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Hijrah

(ˈhɪdʒrə)
n
(Islam) a variant of Hegira
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He said a decision over the future of the school was "on hold" until the outcome of the Charity Commission's investigation into Al Hijrah Trust.
Zamil Air Conditioners, one of the leading international manufacturers of air-conditioning systems and service solutions in the Middle East, says it has secured its largest-ever contract for the supply of custom chiller systems for the Dar Al Hijrah project in Saudi Arabia.
The rent is paid to Al Hijrah Trust, which owns the building and land, and comes from money the school receives from the council's education budget.
Islamic researcher Dr Mohammed Ashmawy said the Arabic word Hijrah is commonly translated as 'migration', though it means to 'quit all that displeases Almighty Allah'.
Datuk Azrulnizam Abdul Aziz, chief executive officer of Al Rajhi Bank (Malaysia) said, 'Al Rajhi Bank's Hijrah Priority cardholders are able to leverage on the breadth of the network in the bank's native country of Saudi Arabia for their ease of transaction in the Holy Land.
The new Hijrah year, however, will not be accompanied by any balloons or fireworks or jumping into ice-cold fountains.
Most of those at Dar Al Hijrah said they were glad that Al Awlaki was gone - that he besmirched not only their mosque but all of Islam by calling for the deaths of innocent Americans.
I am looking for an opportunity to make hijrah to Yemen with the chance of having a job waiting for me to teach English to any and all ages," he wrote.
In addition, the programme will debut on three South-east Asian free-to-air broadcasters: Malaysia's Hijrah TV in December 2010; Indonesia's B Channel this month; and Thailand's TPBS in 2011.
During the ceremony, a documentary will also be screened highlighting meanings of Al Hijrah in an interesting literal style.
There were new goals and causes of the religious ritual of sacrificing in the Islamic world after the second year of the Hijrah (the year when the Prophet Muhammad moved from Mecca to Medina).