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  Ibrahim Pasha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim Pasha was born in the town of Kavala, currently located in the East Macedonia and Thrace periphery of Greece.
Ibrahim landed at Yanbu, the port of Medina, on September 30, 1816.
Ibrahim was undoubtedly helped by Colonel Sève arid the European officers in his army, but his intelligent docility to their advice, as well as his personal hardiness and energy, compare most favourably with the sloth, ignorance and arrogant conceit of the Ottoman generals opposed to him.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ibrahim_Pasha   (1209 words)

 Dawood Ibrahim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dawood Ibrahim (also known as Dawood Ebrahim and Sheikh Dawood Hassan) was born in India and is believed to be currently residing in the city of Karachi, Pakistan.
Dawood Ibrahim is believed to have ties with Osama bin Laden; the narcoterrorist routes passing through South Asia, the Middle East and Africa are believed to be shared with Osama bin Laden and the Al Qaeda network.
Dawood Ibrahim heads an organization known as the D-Company which carries out billions of dollars of operations in Mumbai alone, he is believed to control much of the 'hawala' system, which is the very commonly used unofficial system for transferring money and remittances outside the view of official agencies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dawood_Ibrahim   (802 words)

 The Story of Ibrahim's Sacrifice (Islaam.Com)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim was born among the star- and idol-worshipping people of Chaldea, in the home of Azar, his father, the idol-maker of the tribe.
For Ibrahim, Ismail was not just a son for a sonless father, he was the end of a life of waiting, the reward of a century of suffering, the fruit of his life, the hope after despair and the young boy of an old father.
Ibrahim tied his heart to God, he took the Ismail of his life in one hand and the knife of his faith in the other and he walked until he reached the place of sacrifice.
www.islaam.com /Article.aspx?id=123   (2280 words)

 Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand) (The Leopard Man's African Music Guide)
Ibrahim left South Africa in 1962 and settled in Zurich.
This is a concert broadcast from Copenhagen in 1969 with Ibrahim alone on the piano.
Ibrahim reveals everything from expressions of temperament to lyricism, all the time with a nerve you’ll seldom experience.
www.leopardmannen.no /i/ibrahim.abdullah.asp?lang=gb   (714 words)

 The Struggles of Prophet Ibrahim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim went through many struggles in his long life to convince the people of world that they should worship Allah.
Ibrahim said, "Well it looks to me that only one of your gods is still alive and the weapon is sitting right by him.
Ibrahim kept his eyes closed and constantly prayed to Allah as the wood smoked and began to catch fire.
www.newhorizonschool.org /islamicstories/ibrahim.htm   (998 words)

 Spirituality & Health: Movie Review: Monsieur Ibrahim
Ibrahim watches Momo and notices that he frequently steals food for the meals he prepares for his father.
Ibrahim suggests that Momo consciously try to smile more since "smiling is what makes you happy." He tries it, and things seem to go more smoothly — except with his father who says that his teeth are crooked and that he needs braces.
Ibrahim is full of surprises, not the least of which is his purchase of a red convertible.
www.spiritualityhealth.com /newsh/items/moviereview/item_6823.html   (890 words)

 LRB | Edward Said : My Guru   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, a former professor of political science at Northwestern University who later became vice-president of Bir Zeit University on the West Bank, died at the age of 72 on 23 May in his Ramallah home, after a long illness.
In all sorts of ways, Ibrahim's rich life and his death both reflected and clarified the turbulence and suffering that have been at the core of the Palestinian experience: this is why his life bears scrutiny.
Ibrahim - a relentlessly articulate man - will be remembered less for his writing, which was relatively sparse, than for his ability to organise people and establish institutions that allowed them to play a more effective role than they could have done as individuals.
www.lrb.co.uk /v23/n24/said01_.html   (2865 words)

 Sonallah Ibrahim - Egypt - Literature - Worldpress.org
Ibrahim’s apartment, a sixth-floor walkup in the Cairo district of Heliopolis, is lined with shelves of books and vinyl records.
Ibrahim’s own writing, acclaimed in the field of contemporary Arabic literature, blends satirical fl humor with a documentary style, probing provocative matters such as prison life, revolution, civil war, and the dominance of multinational corporations.
Ibrahim also holds multinational corporations responsible for destroying nation states, and was ahead of the curve in predicting the political power they would wield.
www.worldpress.org /Mideast/1205.cfm   (2139 words)

 Joseph Ibrahim, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Department of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim and his colleagues have proposed a class of informative priors, called the power priors, that are based on constructing the likelihood function of the historical data, and raising it to a scalar power between 0 and 1 to account for the heterogeneity between the current and historical data.
Ibrahim and his colleagues have proposed maximum likelihood methods for parameter estimation when the missing data mechanism is ignorable or nonignorable.
Ibrahim's methods are based on expressing the incomplete data problem into one of complete data, thus making the estimation problem relatively straightforward.
www.hsph.harvard.edu /facres/ibrhm.html   (842 words)

 Free Ibrahim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim Parlak, a Kurd who emigrated here from Turkey, is the Southwest Michigan restauranteur now residing as an alien detainee in the Calhoun County Jail.
Ibrahim was granted asylum in 1992 by the United States, based on a well-founded fear of persecution.
In our website you may read legal briefs filed by the government and by Ibrahim's lawyers, articles on the human rights situation of Kurds in Turkey, letters written to our representatives, affadavits written by members of Ibrahim's community, and articles and editorials written by journalists about his situation.
www.freeibrahim.com /newsite/index.asp   (419 words)

 Egypt: Activist begins hunger strike as detention is extended (Human Rights Watch Press release, New York, August 1, ...
Ibrahim, who launched a hunger strike in protest of the 15-day extension issued on July 30, has been held without charge or trial for three months.
Ibrahim, an engineer by profession, was also suspended from his job with a private company on July 28.
Ibrahim has told his attorneys that his space in the cell is limited to "one and a half floor tiles."
www.hrw.org /press/2003/08/egypt080103.htm   (529 words)

 The Father of the Prophets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim then heard Allah calling him: "O Ibrahim!" Ibrahim said trembling: "Here I am O my Lord!" "Submit to Me! Be a Muslim!" Ibrahim fell on the ground, prostrating and crying, he said: "I submit to the Lord of the universe!" Ibrahim kept prostrating until night came again.
Ibrahim's hands and feet were chained, and he was put in a catapult to throw him into the fire.
Ibrahim and Sarah moved to Egypt where the king gave Sarah a woman to be her servant.
www.islamicity.com /mosque/ibrahim.htm   (2602 words)

 Dawood Ibrahim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Dawood Ibrahim ("IBRAHIM"), the son of a police constable, has reigned as one of the pre-eminent criminals in the Indian underworld for most of the past two decades.
IBRAHIM's syndicate is involved in large-scale shipments of narcotics in the U.K. and Western Europe.
IBRAHIM's syndicate has consistently aimed to destabilize the Indian government through inciting riots, acts of terrorism, and civil disobedience.
www.observerindia.com /reference/dawood.htm   (243 words)

 World Music Central - Your connection to World Music
Ibrahim Ferrer was literally plucked off the streets of Havana where he was taking his daily walk.
Always regarded as a “musician’s musician,” Ibrahim Ferrer was given the chance to display his great talent in both the rural Santiago and urban Havana traditions.
Ibrahim Ferrer died August 6, 2005,at CIMEQ hospital in Havana (Cuba).
www.worldmusiccentral.org /artists/artist_page.php?id=780   (1671 words)

 Human Rights Watch: Ibn Khaldun Center Sentenced
Ibrahim, director of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies in Cairo, was once again found guilty, including on the count of accepting foreign funds without authorization.
Saadeddin Ibrahim, a sociology professor at the American University in Cairo, was director of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies until its closure by the Egyptian government in June 2000.
In September 2000, immediately after Ibrahim announced that he intended to proceed with the Center's plans to monitor and report on Egypt's forthcoming national elections, which were held in October and November 2000, state authorities formally charged Ibrahim and his colleagues and referred the case to the Supreme State Security Court.
www.hrw.org /campaigns/egypt   (823 words)

 Keith: Church in a multicultural society 1.
Ibrahim walked self-consciously into church in his long Muslim robe, and his turban, with every eye following us as we headed towards the only free spaces, right near the front.
Ibrahim didn’t understand either French or Mossi, and no-one was available to translate into Fulfulde.
The singing, shouting, and dancing were all so alien to Ibrahim, for whom worship is a solemn affair.
voiceinthedesert.netfirms.com /keith/archives/2004/12/church_in_a_mul.html   (795 words)

 Dawood Ibrahim is a global terrorist: US
Ibrahim is part of India's most-wanted list and is believed to be staying in Pakistan.
The US Treasury Department on Thursday announced that Dawood Ibrahim alias Sheikh Dawood Hassan, who is wanted in India for the 1993 Bombay serial blasts, has been put in the list of 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist' and his assets within the US have been frozen.
The fact sheet said that Ibrahim's syndicate is involved in largescale shipment of narcotics in the United Kingdom and Western Europe.
www.rediff.com /news/2003/oct/17daw.htm   (628 words)

 Ibrahim Pasha
Ibrahim was perhaps 19th century Egypt's finest generals, fighting successfully in Arabia, Sudan, Greece, (modern) Turkey, Syria and Palestine.
During his years as ruler of Syria, he created a consultative council of notables and suppressed the feudal regime, but used harsh means to drive his reforms through.
According to English officers who saw him in 1828 Ibrahim was short, fat and scarred by smallpox, quite the opposite of the statue of him in Cairo (see photo).
lexicorient.com /e.o/ibrahim_p.htm   (376 words)

 Amazon.com: Monsieur Ibrahim (Sub Dol Slip) (2004) : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim's acceptance of the effects loneliness can have on life is somewhat a flaw possessed by Ibrahim.
Under the guidance of Ibrahim, Moises dichotomizes from a young man of little value and strength to one that is strong and capable in all areas of love and emotion.
Ibrahim teaches Moises how to be generous and strong, and Moises teaches Ibrahim how to live and love again upon the death of his wife.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00024JBRW?v=glance   (2691 words)

 HOLY QURAN 014 - Surah Ibrahim
[Ibrahim 14:18] The state of those who disbelieve in their Lord is that their deeds are like ashes which the strong wind blew away on a stormy day; they got nothing from all that they earned; this is the extreme error.
[Ibrahim 14:20] And this is not at all difficult for Allah.
[Ibrahim 14:32] It is Allah Who created the heavens and the earth, and sent down water from the sky, therefore producing some fruits for you to eat; and subjected the ships for you, that they may sail upon the sea by His command; and subjected the rivers for you.
www.jamateahlesunnat.net /quran/Translation/holyquran014.htm   (1515 words)

 Malaysia: Double injustice heaped on Anwar Ibrahim - Amnesty International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Anwar Ibrahim was arrested on 20 September 1998 and initially held without charge under the ISA.
After a trial which Amnesty International considered to be unfair, Anwar Ibrahim was sentenced in April 1999 to six years in prison for abuse of power.
Amnesty International would consider any person detained solely on the grounds of their real or perceived sexual orientation to be a prisoner of conscience, along side those detained solely on the grounds of their political, religious or other conscientiously held beliefs, or solely by reason of their ethnic origin, colour, or gender.
web.amnesty.org /library/Index/ENGASA280152003?open&of=ENG-MYS   (708 words)

ABDULLAH Ibrahim, born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1934, remembers hearing traditional African songs, religious music and jazz as a child - all of which are reflected in his music.
In 1988 Ibrahim wrote the award-winning sound track for the film Chocolat which was followed by further endeavors in film music the latest being the sound track to No Fear, No Die.
An eloquent spokesman and deeply religious, Abdullah Ibrahim's beliefs and experiences are reflected in his music.
www.music.org.za /artist.asp?id=83   (715 words)

 The Father of the Prophets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ibrahim was born in a house of idolaters, in the kingdom of Babylon.
The decision to burn Ibrahim to death was affirmed by the priests and the king of Babylon, Nimrod.
Ibrahim's notoriety grew bigger after this event and the king of Babylon felt that his throne was in danger, and that he was loosing power, because he was pretending that he was a god.
www.islamicity.com /media/ancmts/docum1.htm   (2604 words)

 Free Ibrahim
Ibrahim Parlak, a Kurd who emigrated here from Turkey, is the Southwest Michigan restauranteur who was incarcerated as an alien detainee in the Calhoun County Jail for 10 months.
In our website you may read legal briefs filed by the government and by Ibrahim's lawyers, articles on the human rights situation of Kurds in Turkey, letters written to our representatives, affidavits written by members of Ibrahim's community, and articles and editorials written by journalists about his situation.
Senator Levin has also stated that if Ibrahim does not succeed in court he is willing to introduce a private bill for Ibrahim.
www.freeibrahim.com   (759 words)

 Monsieur Ibrahim
Monsieur Ibrahim is a nice coming of age story, with the odd couple pairing up the legendary actor Omar Sharif with newcomer Pierre Boulanger.
Monsieur Ibrahim is based on the novel Monsieur Ibrahim et les Fleurs de Coran by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt.
Ibrahim does notice that Momo steals a little bit here and there, but doesn't seem to mind.
www.haro-online.com /movies/monsieur_ibrahim.html   (476 words)

 Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Abandoned by his mother and living in the shadow of a brother who has himself fled the scene, Moses leads an embittered existence, seeking surcease in the beds of the local prostitutes who ply their trade on the street where he lives.
Moses is finally befriended by an aged shopkeeper named Ibrahim Demirdji, a Safi Muslim who, after Moses' father commits suicide, adopts the boy and instills in him valuable life lessons, gleaned from his religious training and his long years of experience.
In terms of its storyline, 'Monsieur Ibrahim' offers little that is new here (the idea of an older mentor figure raising an orphan child of a different religion goes at least as far back as 'The Two of Us' in 1968 and probably much further).
imdb.com /title/tt0329388   (603 words)

A fact sheet attached to the press release said: "Ibrahim's syndicate is involved in large-scale shipments of narcotics in the UK and Western Europe.
Dawood Ibrahim, who had reportedly lent money to Pakistan in the past for the clandestine procurement of missiles and connected technology from China and North Korea, has been given informal "economic citizenship" in order to protect him from the arms of the Indian law and provided with a Pakistani passport under a different name.
It is alleged that Dawood Ibrahim played an active role in organising the recent referendum campaign of Musharraf in Karachi and in bringing voters to the polling booths in trucks to vote for Musharraf.
www.saag.org /papers9/paper818.html   (2656 words)

 E.J.N. - ABDULLAH IBRAHIM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Other than six months with the Elvin Jones quartet, Abdullah Ibrahim (who changed his name after his conversion to Islam in the late 1960s) has been a bandleader ever since, with his piano heard in many settings ranging from solo concerts to a big band, but most frequently with Ekaya (which means "home").
A world traveler since 1962, Ibrahim went back to South Africa in the mid-1970s but found conditions so oppressive that he has lived in New York since 1976.
An eloquent spokeman and deeply religious, Abdullah Ibrahim's beliefs and experiences are reflected in his music, yet there are no signs of bitterness or defeatism; instead it is full of joy and optimism tempered by realism.
www.ejn.it /mus/ibrahim.htm   (390 words)

 Ibrahim Ferrer
Featuring his own Orquestra Ibrahim Ferrer, Ibrahim Ferrer is joined by Omara Portuondo and Manuel Galbán (former los Zafiros guitarist) an expanded line-up including a horn section with four saxes and full percussion section.
"Ibrahim is a son singer par excellence and this award is a recognition of all Cuban performers of that genre.
Ibrahim Ferrer, one of Buena Vista Social Club’s senior citizens, has just returned to Cuba after a tour of Japan with the 70-year-old diva of Cuban song, Omara Portuondo, and is scheduled to travel to the United States in the near future.
www.afrocubaweb.com /ibrahimferrer.html   (1083 words)

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