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medrese

(məˈdrɛseɪ)
n
(Islam) a variant of madrasah
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In 1997, the hospital section, the medrese in 2008 (Medical Faculty) was opened to visitors.
On Kurdish madrasa education, see Zeynelabidin Zinar, "Medrese Education in Kurdistan," in Islam des Kurdes, ed.
Famous religious scholars like Da'ud al-Kaysari, Taj al-Din al-Kurdi and 'Ala' al-DinAswad used to teach here (Irzik and Gzeldere, 2005).When an Ottoman sultan established a new medrese, he would invite scholars from the Islamic world.
Fethullah Gulen, "Osmanli'nin Yikilisinda Medrese ve Zaviyelerin Tesiri Var Midir?" Asrin Getirdigi Tereddutler, retrieved February 2, 2013 from http://fgulen.com/tr/fethullah-gulenin-butun-eserleri/11-asrin-getirdigi-tereddutler/565-fethullah-gulen-osmanlinin-yikilisinda-medrese-ve-zaviyenin-tesiri-var-midir.
My mother came from a wealthy family and had gone to the medrese....
General Mucerref, General Ziya rejimine benzer bicimde sekuler Beluci milliyetciligine karsi bolgeyi Islamlastirmaya yonelmis, medrese sayisi hizla artmis ve Diyanet Isleri Baskanligi eyalet butcesinde Egitim Bakanligi'ndan alti kat daha fazla pay almistir.
Depending upon the size of the mosque and its importance, its courtyard may have a complex that may incorporate some or all of the amenities, such as a religious school known as a medrese, a hospital, a kitchen, a hospice, a caravanserai (roadside inn), a hamam, a library and a graveyard.
Millions of TV viewers from different countries will be able to get acquainted with the Great Silk Road, sights of Tashkent, including Hazrati Imam Square, Barak Khan Medrese, Tilla-Sheikh Mosque and others.
Para isso, utilizou mecanismos governamentais autoritarios, adotando medidas de impacto direto nos costumes socioculturais, como, por exemplo: a) a mudanca do alfabeto arabe para o latino; b) o cerceamento rigido das manifestacoes religiosas, a medrese (sistema de educacao religiosa) e os tarikats (ordens religiosas misticas), que foram eliminadas, alem de proibir as vestimentas islamicas em instituicoes publicas; c) a secularizacao da politica, separando Estado e religiao; d) a adocao, em 1926, de um codigo civil turco identico ao codigo suico; e e) a ampliacao formal dos direitos das mulheres (ver Yesim ARAT, 2005, p.
Pristine'de bir medrese insasi, halkin beklentisinin odak noktasini olusturmaktaydi.
(97) The Parliament closed religious schools (medrese), which served as breeding grounds for fundamentalism and brought all educational institutions under government control.
Some of the outstanding masters of Kurdish historical schools (Medrese) are usually and rightly seen as belonging to the Aristotelian tradition.