izzat


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izzat

(ˈɪzət)
n
(Languages) Islam honour or prestige
[Urdu, from Arabic `izzah glory]
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Hence, what the PML-N ended up for its election campaign was 'vote ko izzat do' instead of focusing entirely on 'khidmat ko izzat do'.
Police and hospital sources said that family of one, Abid was sitting in a room of their house in Dera Izzat area, suburb of Bahawalupr city when suddenly, roof of the room collapsed over them, leaving four persons injured.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ibrahim Al Douri, the son of Saddam Hussein's Right-Hand Man, was killed in Iraq on Monday after a few days after the death of his notorious father Izzat Al-Douri.
The scholar defended his work done in the presence of Dr Izzat Khan, Prof Dr Badshah Amin of the Quiaid e Azam University Islamabad and heads of other departments along with students and deans.
He further observed that the slogan of Nawaz Sharif ''Vote to izzat do'' (give respect to vote) has spread all over every street
Addressing a seminar titled 'Vote Ko Izzat Do' at National Library Auditorium on Tuesday, he said that the state accepts the verdicts of the masses, but mockery of the sanctity of vote has been made.
Various banners contained the slogans 'Vote ko Izzat Do' (give respect to vote), a recent narrative that has been frequently used in speeches of PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif.
A function in this regard was held in the convocation hall where focal person for scheme Dr Izzat Khan and registrar of the varsity distributed laptops among the students.
ENFORCER: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, Saddam's No2, pictured 10 months ago in Damascus
Izzat Ibrahim, vice chairman of the Revolution Command Council, attended the previous Arab summit held last year in Cairo.
'To be sure that he is Izzat al-Douri, a sample of his blood has been taken,' he said.
Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri was the most senior figure from Saddam's inner circle still at large.