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Synonyms for Zechariah

a Hebrew minor prophet of the late 6th century BC


an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Zechariah which are concerned mainly with the renewal of Israel after the Babylonian Captivity

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She said: "Muhammad Zakariyya sustained a fatal head injury when he stepped out into Nelson Road from between parked cars.
At-I'lam wa-l-ihtimam hi-jam' fatawa shaykhi l-islam Abi Yahya Zakariyya ibn Muhammad al-Ansari, ed.
Zakariyya Al-Khadhem, reviewed the Society's previous year's activities and functions.
Abu Zakariyya Yahya ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Al-Awwam AlIshbill (ca.
Although he did not argue about the stated four prophets, he slams that others like Musa, 'Isa, Zakariyya, Yahya and so on are not from the Persians, but are from Banu Isra'il.
This title, ideal for students of Arabic language and literature, includes writers such as Yusuf Idris, Idwar E1 Kharrat, Yahya Haqqi, Zakariyya Tamir and Ghalib Halasa.
Residents of Zakariyya Park in Region G are the recipients of a spotless new park.
According to Abu Zakariyya Yahiya Ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (1233-78) of the Shafii school, "witnesses need not recount in all their details the facts that constitute apostasy; they may confine themselves to affirming that the guilty person is an apostate.
Zakariyya, the youngest of her children, has had the toughest life.
The Palestinian writers and a sample novels they wrote are: Liana Badr (the Eye of the Mirror 1994); Mahmoud Darwish (Wwhy did you Leave the Horse alone 1995); Izzat Ghazzawi (The Truth Sleeps 2002); Sahar Khalifeh (The End of Spring 2007); Zakariyya Mihammad (Carvan 1997); Salman Natour (A Break 2002); Mahmoud Shuqair (The Homeland 1975); Yahia Yakhlif (A Lake Beyond the Wind 1991); Ghassan Zaqtan (Another Death 1992).
Mas'ud al-Kasani, Bada'i' al-sana'i' fi tartib al-shara'i' (Cairo: Zakariyya Ali Yusuf, n.
A private TV channel reported that four Afghans, Barkatullah, Muhammad Nasir, Muhammad Zakariyya and Imam Din were roaming in a car carrying no registration number, which prompted local residents to apprehend them.
Written in the aftermath of the 1981 assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat by members of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, this book by Zakariyya (a former professor of Philosophy at Cairo U.
An important historical source under study is an old colloquial dictionary from the sixteenth century attributed to Yusuf ibn Zakariyya al-Maghribi (Zack 2004).
38) After this phase of dhikr, Shaikh Zakariyya instructs the disciples to break the recitation into smaller parts and concentrate on the section that says ilah-lah.