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Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Cerić and his appointees. Due to its frequent criticism of Bosnian Muslim sympathy towards Arab volunteers who came to join the Bosnian Army following massacres on Bosnian Muslims by Serb and, to a lesser extent, Croat forces in the 1992-1995 Bosnian War, it is seen by some as an Anti-Muslim newspaper. thumb 200px left Brčko District and Brčko town (Image:Brcko02.png) Brčko is the seat of the ''Brčko District'', an independent unit of local self-government created


Bitola

of the Third Army (Third Army (Ottoman Empire)) in Manastır (Bitola). T.C. Genelkurmay Başkanlığı Yayınları, ''ibid'', p. 2. He joined the Committee of Union and Progress, with membership number 322, although in later years he became known for his opposition to, and frequent criticism of, the policies pursued by the CUP leadership. On 22 June 1908, he was appointed the Inspector of the Ottoman Railways in Eastern Rumelia (''Doğu Rumeli Bölgesi Demiryolları Müfettişi''). In July 1908, he played a role in the Young Turk Revolution which seized power from Sultan Abdülhamid II and restored the constitutional monarchy (Second Constitutional Era (Ottoman Empire)). In the early 19th century, when Debar rebelled against the Turkish Sultan, the French traveller, publicist, and scientist Ami Bue observed that Debar had 64 shops and 4,200 residents. It was first a sanjak centre in Scutari Province (Scutari Vilayet) before 1877, and afterwards in Monastır (Bitola) between 1877-1912 as ''Debre'' or ''Debre-i Bala'' ("Upper Debre" in Ottoman Turkish, as contrasted with Debre-i Zir, which was Peshkopi's Turkish name). Debar was significantly involved in the national Albanian movement and on November 1, 1878 the Albanian leaders of the city participated in founding the League of Prizren. By the end of the century, the town had 15,500 residents, but after World War I, this number started to decline. Prilep covers Wikipedia:Bitola Commons:Category:Bitola


Ming dynasty

geometrical regularity. Soon after its introduction to the Old World, tobacco came under frequent criticism from state and religious leaders. Murad IV, sultan of the Ottoman Empire 1623-40 was among the first to attempt a smoking ban by claiming it was a threat to public moral and health. The Chinese emperor Chongzhen issued an edict banning smoking two years before his death and the overthrow of the Ming dynasty. Later, the Manchu of the Qing dynasty, who were originally


Qing dynasty

. Soon after its introduction to the Old World, tobacco came under frequent criticism from state and religious leaders. Murad IV, sultan of the Ottoman Empire 1623-40 was among the first to attempt a smoking ban by claiming it was a threat to public moral and health. The Chinese emperor Chongzhen issued an edict banning smoking two years before his death and the overthrow of the Ming dynasty. Later, the Manchu of the Qing dynasty, who were originally a tribe of nomadic horse


Damascus

. 2. He joined the Committee of Union and Progress, with membership number 322, although in later years he became known for his opposition to, and frequent criticism of, the policies pursued by the CUP leadership. On 22 June 1908, he was appointed the Inspector of the Ottoman Railways in Eastern Rumelia (''Doğu Rumeli Bölgesi Demiryolları Müfettişi''). In July 1908, he played a role in the Young Turk Revolution which seized power from Sultan Abdülhamid II and restored the constitutional monarchy (Second Constitutional Era (Ottoman Empire)). He was only eleven years old when his father died in 1174. As-Salih came under the protection of the eunuch (Eunuch (court official)) Gumushtugin and was taken to Aleppo, while Nur ad-Din's officers competed for supremacy. In Egypt, Saladin recognized as-Salih as his lord, although he in fact was eager to unite Egypt and Syria under his own personal rule. Saladin entered Damascus in 1174 and declared himself to be the true regent for as-Salih, and in 1176 he defeated the Zengids (Zengid dynasty) outside the city, married Nur ad-Din's widow Ismat ad-Din Khatun, and was recognized as ruler of Syria. As-Salih died in 1181. http: islamiccoins.ancients.info Zangids ZangidsHistory.htm The Damascus Chronicle of the Crusades, Extracted and Translated from the Chronicle of Ibn al-Qalanisi. H.A.R. Gibb, 1932 (reprint, Dover Publications, 2002) Biography In 1221 he became a hostage at the end of the Fifth Crusade, while John of Brienne became a hostage of as-Salih's father Al-Kamil, until Damietta was reconstructed and restored to Egypt. In 1232 he was given Hisn Khayfa (Hasankeyf) in the Jazirah (al Jazira, Mesopotamia) (now part of Turkey), which his father had captured from the Ortoqids. In 1234 his father sent him to rule Damascus, removing him from the succession in Egypt after suspecting him of conspiring against him with the Mamluks. His uncle as-Salih Ismail soon expelled him from Damascus, and he fled to the Jazirah, where he allied with the Khwarezmians. In 1238 al-Kamil died and was succeeded by his son Al-Adil II, as-Salih's brother; by 1240 as-Salih had overthrown him and taken control of Egypt. In 1244 the Khwarezmians sacked Jerusalem, which had been handed over to Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor by al-Kamil during the Sixth Crusade. Later that year as-Salih and the Khwarezmians defeated as-Salih's uncle in Syria, who had allied with the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, at the Battle of La Forbie. In 1245 as-Salih captured Damascus, and was awarded the title of sultan by the caliph al-Musta'sim in Baghdad. The next year the combined forces of the Ayyubids defeated the unruly Khwarezmians, who no longer recognized as-Salih as their lord. Auda’s tribesmen were reputedly the finest fighters in the desert WikiPedia:Damascus commons:دمشق


Turkey

for the war with Sweden and other countries' signing the Treaty of Karlowitz with Turkey in 1699, the Russian government signed the Treaty of Constantinople (Treaty of Constantinople (1700)) with the Ottoman Empire in 1700. * Despite publicly stating that he rejects terrorism, Trad's refusal to criticise some terrorist groups, such as Hezbollah, has led to allegations that he is not sincere in encouraging Muslims to reject it. In addition, his frequent criticism of Israel has


Egypt

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Israel

, has led to allegations that he is not sincere in encouraging Muslims to reject it. In addition, his frequent criticism of Israel has led to many accusations that he is anti-Semitic. Moreover, in August 2006, shortly after a ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah was agreed to in order to end conflict (2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict), Trad and Hilaly wrote to the Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, urging him to reject Australian peacekeepers.


Washington, D.C.

and worked in Brooklyn until October, 2007, when he moved to Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California). Reception and effectiveness Frequent criticism of the program arises in its lack of sensitivity to the differences between the various languages it comes in and their respective cultures.


Canada

to prevent human capital flight by forcing investors to keep local assets in local investments, or by a desire to attract immigrants by offering passports in a safe haven nation, e.g. Canada, in exchange for a substantial investment in a business that will create jobs there. A frequent criticism of such joint immigration-investment policy is that they encourage organized crime by providing incentive for money-laundering and safe places for "bosses" to move to when the heat


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