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of Persianate cultures. Major life events in chronological order Khusrow was born in Badaun near Etah in what is today the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. His father Amir Saifuddin came from Balkh in modern day Afghanistan and his mother hailed from Delhi. #1260 After the death of his father, Khusrow went to Delhi with his mother. The most famous and celebrated of all the nizamiyyah schools was Al-Nizamiyya of Baghdad (established 1065


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at Yale University. Along his retirement in 2009, he published his major life-time book "Islam's Predicament with Cultural Modernity". *A Spanish language version, produced in Mexico by TV Azteca and Sony Pictures Television International, debuted in 1998 under the title ''Una familia con Ángel'' starring Laura Luz and Daniel Martínez. It was broadcast in the U.S. on the Telemundo network. *Though the show had been broadcast in Germany in a dubbed version


Afghanistan

on their coins the title of "Maharajasa Dharmika" (lit. "King of the Dharma") in the Prakrit language and in the Kharoshthi script. *Gumbat *Tanoli (Tanoli (Pashtun)) (Afghanistan), (India), (Pakistan) *Tonk (Tonk (princely state)) Major life events in chronological order Khusrow was born in Badaun near Etah in what is today the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. His father Amir Saifuddin came from Balkh in modern day Afghanistan and his mother hailed from Delhi. #1260 After the death of his father, Khusrow went to Delhi with his mother. Early life and background Moinuddin Chishtī is said to have been born in 536 A.H. 1141 CE, in Chishti in Sistan region of Afghanistan. Official Dargah Sharif's website. Other accounts say that he was born in the city of Isfahān, in Iran. He was a Sayed, a descendant of Muhammad through Ja'far aṣ-Ṣādiq (Ja'far al-Sadiq). He grew up in Persia. His parents died when he was only fifteen years old. He inherited a windmill and an orchard from his father. During his childhood, young Moinuddin was different from others and kept himself busy in prayer (Salat)s and meditation. Legend has it that once when he was watering his plants, a revered Sufi, Shaikh Ibrāhim Qundūzī (or ''Kunduzi'') -- the name deriving from his birth place, Kunduz in Afghanistan -- came to his orchard. Young Moinuddin approached him and offered him some fruits. In return, Sheikh Ibrāhīm Qundūzī gave him a piece of bread and asked him to eat it. The Khwāja (Khawaja) got enlightened and found himself in a strange world after eating the bread. After this he disposed of his property and other belongings and distributed the money to the poor. He renounced the world and left for Bukhara in search of knowledge and higher education. Embodiment of syncretic traditions- Mohammed Iqbal Early life and background Moinuddin Chishtī is said to have been born in 536 A.H. 1141 CE, in Chishti in Sistan region of Afghanistan. Official Dargah Sharif's website. Other accounts say that he was born in the city of Isfahān, in Iran. He was a Sayed, a descendant of Muhammad through Ja'far aṣ-Ṣādiq (Ja'far al-Sadiq). He grew up in Persia. His parents died when he was only fifteen years old. He inherited a windmill and an orchard from his father. During his childhood, young Moinuddin was different from others and kept himself busy in prayer (Salat)s and meditation. Legend has it that once when he was watering his plants, a revered Sufi, Shaikh Ibrāhim Qundūzī (or ''Kunduzi'') -- the name deriving from his birth place, Kunduz in Afghanistan -- came to his orchard. Young Moinuddin approached him and offered him some fruits. In return, Sheikh Ibrāhīm Qundūzī gave him a piece of bread and asked him to eat it. The Khwāja (Khawaja) got enlightened and found himself in a strange world after eating the bread. After this he disposed of his property and other belongings and distributed the money to the poor. He renounced the world and left for Bukhara in search of knowledge and higher education. Embodiment of syncretic traditions- Mohammed Iqbal A small subspecies with a dirty-greyish back with brown highlights. The head is identical to ''Meles m. meles'', though with weaker crests, and its upper molars are elongated in a similar way to the Asian badger (Asian Badger) Transcaucasia, Kopet Dag, Turkmenia, Iran, Afghanistan and possibly Asia Minor ''minor'' (Satunin, 1905) In 1985 500,000 participants joined in a ''Walk for Justice'' convened by Warith Deen Muhammad to protest the handling of the American Muslim Mission (Nation of Islam) Probate court case in Chicago, Ill. Evolution of a Community, WDM Publications 1995 page 35 Also in 1985 he met in Geneva, Switzerland with Dr. Muhammad Ahmad Al-Sharif, Secretary General of the Islamic Call Society of Libya and Dr. Abdul Hakim Tabibi, an Afghan (Afghanistan) Mujaheddin to discuss areas of future cooperation with the Islamic Call Society and the Muslim Community of America. 2002 '''GRIM 31''' '''16th Special Operations Squadron''' For rescuing 82 U.S. Army soldiers, including 28 wounded, trapped in a rugged valley in Afghanistan by Taliban and Al-Qaeda forces. The 14-man crew of an Air Force AC-130H Spectre gunship engaged the enemy from overhead during a two-hour, night-time operation that permitted two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters to land and pick up the battered troops. - 2006 A-10 pilot awarded Mackay Trophy Captain Scott Markle Captain Markle was diverted to support special forces troops along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border in contact with Taliban forces. He arrived just before dawn and heavy gunfire and tracers (Tracer ammunition) and poor visibility made it difficult to find the team's location. Captain Markle, unable to employ weapons due to the enemy's close proximity to the team, flew a dangerously low pass over the area while releasing self-protection flares (Flare (countermeasure)). When flares momentarily halted enemy fire. The ground controller requested a few more close passes to the special forces team time to create more distance between themselves and the Taliban. The seporation allowed Captain Markle to strafe the enemy area with more than 1,000 30 millimeter (GAU-8 Avenger) rounds on his final pass. The special forces team was able to disengage with no casualties. Captain Markle was credited with destroying three machine gun nests and killing 40 enemy combatants. - 2009 33d Rescue Squadron crew earns MacKay Trophy US Air Force, 20 May 2010, retrieved 20 May 2010 '''Crew of Pedro 16''' Captain Robert Rosebrough First Lieutenant Lucas Will Master Sergeant Dustin Thomas Staff Sergeant Tim Philpott The crews of "Pedro 15" and "Pedro 16" operating HH-60G Pavehawks came under enemy fire 29 July 2009 during a medical evacuation mission as part of the 129th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron at Kandahar Air Base, Afghanistan. Three Soldiers had been wounded near Forward Operating Base Frontenac when their convoy was hit with an improvised explosive device and became engaged by enemy combatants. During the recovery operation "Pedro 15" was downed by enemy fire, injuring the crew. "Pedro 16", along with Army OH-58 Kiowas, suppressed enemy fire. Captain Rosebrough developed a plan to evacuate all the wounded personnel aboard "Pedro 16" and two Kiowa helicopters. Their efforts ensured the recovery of the six "Pedro 15" crew members and three wounded soldiers. 2010 Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


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of Michigan-Ann Arbor , and most recently (2010) at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, Washington D.C. Tibi was visiting senior fellow at Yale University. Along his retirement in 2009, he published his major life-time book "Islam's Predicament with Cultural Modernity". '''The Brethren Church''' is one of several groups that traces its origins back to the Schwarzenau Brethren of Germany. In the mid-19th century, the church began to struggle over


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