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Maun

In Islamic law, a small item one may lend to another person. For example, one may lend a book to a friend. Ariyah is the practice of lending a maun.
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Dalal Awad (left) and Faisal Nahhas at the MUN conference of the UN General Assembly
The editor here lists 37 dated MB Nippur documents in Philadelphia which are not edited by him in MUN.
William Yang Un Cha, an SFS-Q senior in International Economics and the Secretary General for the upcoming SFS-Q MUN, said that the topic of sustainability is particularly relevant to Qatar.
Active local MUNs then go on to participate in international conferences such as the World MUN or the London International MUN.
However, MUN claimed that the strike at Namdeb was not about housing allowances but that of rent and safety, as the two parties has already settled the payment of housing and utility allowances.
I will not give up on our bid for the Harvard MUN and I will continue to try until we host the conference.
Since then, thousands of high schools and universities around the world have established MUN clubs.
SFS-Q students have participated in MUN conferences around the world over recent years, including conferences in Oxford in 2007, Vienna in 2009 and The Hague in 2010.
According to MUN, a worker Walter Nguvitjita had a physical confrontation with the mine's general manager Yuri Presman - also from Israel - following a dispute that resulted in the brief work stoppage.
Speeches were also delivered by secondary school principal Majdi El Hajji, MUN director Fajer Danish and MUN secretary-general Kareem Mariey.
Bahrain Universities MUN founder and adviser Doris Martin said the MUN experience was more than just a two-day event because students also sat 10 weeks of preparatory training.
In March of this year, Councilperson Brooks sponsored the group's attendance at their first California YMCA MUN training conference at Camp Roberts.