al-Ashari

al-Ash•'a•ri

(ˌæl æʃ əˈri)
n.
A•bu 'l-Ha•san (ˈɑ bu æl hæˈsæn) a.d. c873–936, the formulator of the classical synthesis in Islamic philosophical theology known as Ash‘arism.
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We received information that militants in Eastern Ghouta are going to stage a chemical attack [in] Hawsh al-Ashari, between the settlements of Mesraba and Beit Sawa," Syrian Deputy-Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad stated, RIA Novosti reported.
The Observatory said strikes targeted front lines near the town of Harasta and the villages of Beit Sawa and Hosh al-Ashari.
Later in the day, the Syrian Arab Army regained control over al-Ashari farms after killing scores of al-Nusra terrorists.
The latter are named after their first famous representative al-Ashari ([dagger] 935) and form the later mainstream of philosophical-theological Islam.
In the third or fourth year of his caliphate, Omar received a message from Abu Moosa Al-Ashari (may Allah be pleased with him), who suggested that their future correspondence be confirmed with the appropriate date.
Imam Bukhari (RA) in chapter "Man Alima Wa Alamma" has reported through Abu Musa Al-Ashari saying the Prophet (SAW) said that Allah (SWT) has sent me with ilm and guidance.
It is another matter though that in the intervening 10 minutes between the first and second goals, they wasted several chances to score, Wagner himself shooting straight to goalkeeper al-Ashari and Sayed al-Doukali hitting the post.
No doubt," Reilly says early in the book, "the average Muslim may be as unaware of the teachings of the medieval-era Islamic thinkers like al-Ashari and al-Ghazali as the average [Catholic] Christian is of the teachings of Augustine and Aquinas" (p.
Abdu Al-Mansoob, head of the Abu Moosa Al-Ashari Association, stressed the importance of working hard to fight AIDS not just today, December 1, World AIDS Day, but throughout the year.
Pankar Senior Secondary School and Yirol County Hospital were erected as part of a donation during the reign of Sudanese former President Ismail Al-Ashari in the 1960s, said an official.
For instance, I think Murawiec overstretches in trying to relate the Arabic tribal "truth" as immanent and therefore relative, with the voluntaristic metaphysics of al-Ashari, the 10th-century Sunni theologian, which gives Allah the privilege of defining good and evil according to his whim.
195) Even al-Ashari counted the vision as a true vision (ru'ya haqiqa).