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Yathrib

(ˈjæθrɪb)
n
(Placename) the ancient Arabic name for Medina
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While in the women's competitions: Ranim Alwaili, Nouran Gohar, Nour El Tayeb, Salma Hani, Yathrib Adel, Nadine Shahin, Zina Mekkawi, Hania Al-Hamami, Nada Abbas.
L'Hegire signifie [beaucoup moins que] l'emigration [beaucoup plus grand que], le jour (16 juillet 622) ou le prophete Mohamed (QSSL) menace de mort par les Qoreichites quitte secretement La Mecque en compagnie d'une poignee de fideles, en direction de Yathrib (future Medine), a 450 km au nord.
Six schools were presented with the Outstanding Eco-friendly Schools Plaque and they were Qairawan Intermediate School for Girls, Yathrib Intermediate School for Girls, A'ali Primary School for Boys, Karannah Primary School for Girls, Budaiya Primary School for Girls and Buri Primary School for Girls.
A security source said that unidentified gunmen opened fire on a patrol of the Federal Police in the area of Al-Mazarea in Yathrib in the province of Salah al-Din."
That is why its name was changed from Yathrib to Madinah or the Civilised City.
The beneficiaries were girls schools Dertu, Haji Idriss, Yathrib, Saka, Fafi and Hulugho Secondary.
'The valley of Yathrib (Medina)shall be sacred and inviolable for all that join this Treaty.
In our approach to the philosophy that inspires this Lebanese National Pact, we find entirely justifiable a connection with the "Alliance of Medina" that the Prophet Mohammad had signed at Yathrib in 623 with Jews, Sabeans and Pagans, at his exit from Mecca, under the military pressure of the opponent tribes.
The Prophet's Mosque, also known as Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi, was the second mosque built by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the first year of Hijrah (the Prophet's migration with his followers from Makkah to Madinah, which was called Yathrib at the time).
"Hijra," the title of Younes Rahmoun's most recent exhibition, refers to the departure, in the year 622, of the Prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib, the pre-Islamic name of Medina.
Senator Gulalai Akbari from northeastern Badakhshan province said the Taliban were misusing the name of 'Ghazwah al-Khandaq', a 30-day-long siege of Yathrib (now Medina) by Arab and Jewish tribes in the seventh century.
Earlier on the day, an army soldier was killed, while three others were wounded as ISIL militants attacked a joint checkpoint for army and PMF in Yathrib region, south of Salahuddin.