Qadaa

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Qadaa

In Islamic law, the act of performing a duty on a later day if one was unable to perform it at the appointed time.
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These successes convinced farmers in Mada'in Qada that the cooperative was sustainable.
In addition to 3rd HBCT, more than 900 Iraqi Police, 500 members of the Wassit Emergency Response Unit, and more than 2,000 National Policemen helped to control the qada.
The Bekaa elections, the last qada to vote, was a reprise of the Hizbollah versus Amal scenario.
The municipal election battle in the Batroun qada has already been decided in favor of the LF-FPM alliance," a number of local residents said when asked their opinions about the vote to choose members of 29 municipalities in the qada.
The survey, which was largely closed ended, focused on five key areas: the respondents' understanding of decentralization, elections, the prerogatives and financing of the qada councils, and the financial transfer system.
Summary: Residents of the Minyeh-Dinnieh qada will take to the streets if development projects for the impoverished northern area have not been approved within a month, MPs for the district said Tuesday.
We need to have landfills and sorting centers and composting centers in each qada.
While the two regions suffer their fourth day of a trash collection crisis, this coastal town and the Mount Lebanon qada that includes it are enjoying clean streets and fresh air.
According to the draft law, each qada would be decentralized units that are financially separated.
First, it ensures that locally elected qada councils will have sufficient fiscal resources to provide services and development commensurate with the international experience.
The board of director's main role would be to take care of the yearly budget and development plans for the qada.
Summary: A 16-year-old boy set himself on fire Monday in the West Bek qada of Rashaya, the National News Agency reported.