Nahia


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Nahia

In Jordan, a political subdivision equivalent to a county.
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Although notable quartz crystals are rare in most pegmatites in the district, magnificent crystals to more than a meter were found at Nahia, and fine crystals 15 cm in diameter were discovered at Cavala.
The Shia insurgency attempted to control the population in the Jisr Diyala, Narhwan, and Wahida Nahias through the domination of the Iraqi Police, tacit control of the nahia governments, and management of the health care clinics.
Young activists from Nahia have started campaigning for El-Afifi.
It also serves as the administrative seat for the Buhriz Nahia which extends many kilometers south.
Violence was not restricted to the Kerdasa village, but also spread to the nearby village of Nahia.
The Talbiya and Nahia districts witnessed clashes between protesters and police forces following the Eid Al-Fitr Celebrations.
During the first day of Eid Al-Fitr, six died in the Talbiya and Nahia clashes, according to the Health Ministry.
Ibrahim, who had been appointed as minister of interior by former president Mohamed Morsi, was also the face of the war on the Muslim Brotherhood later on, notably in the bloody dispersal of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Al-Nahda sit-ins, followed by the raids of the towns of Kerdasa and Nahia.
Not far from notorious Kerdasa is Nahia, a village which was said during the post-Rabaa Al-Adaweya violence to be the refugee ofAl-Jamaa Al-Islamiya's notorious leader, Tarek Al-Zomor.
Pictures of celebrations and fireworks in the district of Nahia in Giza where the photographer lives filled social media pages.
The incident occurred during a period of intense daily clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces, with violence also occurring in the nearby village of Nahia.
Both sit-ins were organised to show support for former president Mohamed Morsi, with violence not restricted to the Kerdasa village, but also occurring in the nearby village of Nahia.