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Non-agnatic kinsfolk of the totemite gain secondary rights in the land of the patri-clan estate by virtue of their respective and various kin-ties with the totemite; jurally, these ties of kinship yield rights that are mediated rights.
But I affirm to our brothers and kinsfolk in Gaza that the Jihad to liberate Palestine and all homelands of Islam mustn't cease, and if the field tightens in one place, it widens in other places, and crusader and Jewish targets are spread all over the world, and it is not for the enemy to impose on us the field, place, time and way in which we fight him.
C*] Do German politicians really believe that it is a compensation of the murdering of our Jewish kinsfolk that Israel can now [C*] do whatever crosses her mind?
Since we learn that they all, especially Maja and Andrej find culture to be a form of spiritual survival, and they find every culture, both past and present, both European and non-European, to be their major foothold, it is not difficult to anticipate that Maja and Andrej recognize each other as spiritual kinsfolk through exchanged codes of culture.
Lau's excellent study looks at the elaborate "paper families" that were created so that Chinese immigrants and their families could bring relatives, friends, kinsfolk, or, in some cases strangers, to the United States, in spite of the country's restrictive immigration policies and practices beginning with the 1875 Page Law.
They could call on their dead kinsfolk and their more remote ancestors to grant clansmen fertility, health and wealth, or on the contrary bring sterility, sickness and poverty on them by withdrawing support.
Yet from reading of the people I admired--ranging from the soldiers of Valley Forge and Morgan's riflemen, to the heroes of my favorite stories--and from hearing of the feats performed by my Southern forefathers and kinsfolk, and from knowing my father, I felt a great admiration for men who were fearless and who could hold their own in the world, and I had a great desire to be like them.
So too is African solidarity with family, friends, and kinsfolk.
But some of our kinsfolk dwell still in peace in Rivendell" (I.
Their schedule in this competition - Italy, Scotland and Wales at home, affords them an excellent opportunity at redemption, though in truth they will need to win in either Paris or London to have restored a significant amount of goodwill among their kinsfolk.
Abu Risha and his allies formed the movement in part to avenge al-Qaeda murders of their kinsfolk, and the grouping has survived previous setbacks, including the deaths of six of its leaders in a suicide bombing of Baghdad's Mansour hotel in June.
It is one which needs a great deal of attention as it not only demonstrates the political power struggle between the young queen dowager and her kinsfolk, the Ibelins and Blanche of Navarre, but it also highlights the gradual rise of the baronial power at the expense of a weak central authority in the Latin East, specially when the office was occupied by a women.
He recounts other suicides documented through kinsfolk and acquaintances of victims and gives statistical information that shows patterns from which he draws five profiles.
According to another account, attributed to al-SuddT, when the aggrieved woman's kinsfolk went to the Prophet he recited the verse to them.