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Hilāl (Arabic term)

Hilāl (هلال) is an Arabic word that means "crescent" or "new moon". It is an Islamic symbol, used by the Red Crescent societies and elsewhere. read more

Hilal Ahmar Tabriz FSC

Hilal Ahmar Tabriz Futsal Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتسال هلال احمر تبریز) is an Iranian Futsal club based in Tabriz, Iran. Hilal Ahmar took over the licence of Gostaresh Foolad Tabriz in 2012-13 Super League.== Season-by-season ==The table below chronicles the achievements of the Club in various competitions. read more

Qutbuddin Hilal

Qutbuddin Hilal (Pashto: قطب الدين هلال) (born 1952) is a politician in Afghanistan, who served as the Deputy Prime Minister in 1993 and 1996 during the tenure of Burhanuddin Rabbani when Gulbuddin Hekmatyar was Prime Minister. He announced his candidacy in September 2013 to stand candidate in the 2014 Presidential elections.==Early life==Qutubddin Hilal is son of Maulvi Zaheeruddin, was born in 1952 in the Zazai Maidan district of Khost Province. He graduated from Kabul Military Academy... read more

Hilal al-Sabi'

Abū'l-Ḥusayn Hilāl b. Muḥassin b. Ibrahīm al-Ṣābi' (born : 358 A.H/969 A.D, died :447-448 A.H/1056 A.D) (aged 90 lunar) ابو حسين هلال بن محسن بن ابراهيم الصابئ) was a historian, bureaucrat, and writer of Arabic. Born into a family of Sabian bureaucrats, al-Ṣābi converted to Islam in 402-403 A.H/1012 AD.Sourdel, D. "Hilāl." Encyclopaedia of Islam, Second Edition. First working under the Buyid amir Ṣamṣām al-Dawla, he later became the Director... read more

Nafi' bin Hilal al-Jamali

Nafi' ibn Hilal al-Jamali (Arabic: نافع ابن هلال الجملی) was originally from Yemen and one of the braves and nobles of Arabs. He was one of the companions of Ali ibn Abi Talib and helped Husayn ibn Ali in battle of Karbala and finally was killed in that battle.==Background==He was one of the companions of Ali ibn abi Talib. He had been with Ali ibn abi Talib in all of his battles: Siffin, Nahrawan, and Camel. Before Muslim ibn Aqeel was killed in Kufa, joined to Huseyn's caravan... read more

Wikipedia:WikiProject Spam/LinkReports/redcc.ir

Reporting statistics of link redcc.ir; 0 records.Below a full report on all use of the link redcc.ir.This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accounts are spamming the link.# 2010-04-13 17:03:29 (UTC): User w:fa:212.80.9.188 (talk - contribs; 3) to :w:fa:هلال احمر ( - ) - Link: www.redcc.ir.* Links added in this diff: www.redcc.ir (3, 6, 3, 2) # 2010-04-13... read more

Hilal ibn Ali

Hilal ibn Ali (Arabic: هلال بن علي) known as Muhammad al-Awsat (Arabic:محمد الاوسط, ''the middle Muhammad'') was one of the sons of Ali. His mausoleum was established in Aran in Kashan in Isfahan province, Iran.His mother was Umamah bint Abu al-'As. Hilal was born on 1 Ramadan, 14 AH (18 October 635 CE). Nothing is known about his life other than his role in the Battle of Karbala. He had a brother named Awn who lived in Syria or Taif, modern day Saudi Arabia. The governor of Khorasan... read more

Taghribat Bani Hilal

Taghribat Bani Hilal (تغريبة بني هلال, also known as Sirat Abu Zeid Al Hilali سيرة ابي زيد الهلالي) is an Arabic epic recounting the Banu Hilal's journey from Najd to Tunisia & Algeria via Egypt and conquest of the latter. It is built around historical events that took place in the 11th century. The epic is folkloric and oral, not having been committed to writing until relatively recent times, and doesn't have a well-defined date of creation. It was declared one of the... read more

Banu Hilal

The Banu Hilal ( Arabic : بنو هلال or الهلاليين) was a confederation of Arabictribes of Arabia from the Arabictribes of ArabiaHejaz and Arabictribes of ArabiaHejazNajd regions of the Arabictribes of ArabiaHejazNajdArabian Peninsula that emigrated to Arabictribes of ArabiaHejazNajdArabian PeninsulaNorth Africa in the 11th century. Masters of the vast plateaux of Arabictribes of ArabiaHejazNajdArabian PeninsulaNorth AfricaNajd , they enjoyed a somewhat infamous reputation,... read more

List of Sahabah

''Ṣaḥāba'' (, "The Companions") were the companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, who had met or had seen him at the time of when he was alive as well as wanting to intentionally see him.== Shi'a critique of the Sahaba ==There is no standardized guideline of status according to the Shia school of thought; a Shia consensus cannot be established regarding a detailed list based on rank. However, there is a general consensus on an approximate view of each Sahaba. Most disagreements between the... read more

Muhammad Loutfi Goumah

Muhammad Loutfi Goumah ( ''muħammæd lūtfi ǧomʿa;'' also spelled Mohammed Lotfy Gomaa or Muhammed Lotfy Jouma' ) (January 18, 1886 Alexandria − June 15, 1953 Cairo), is an Egyptian patriot, essayist, author, and barrister, he studied law and became one of Egypt's most famous lawyers and public speakers.يحيى حقى - ناس فى الظل وشخصيات اخرى - الهيئه المصريه العامه للكتاب, 1984: القاهره- فصل محمد لطفي جمعة He was a member... read more

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