Manatiq

Manatiq

In Saudi Arabia, a political subdivision equivalent to a province.
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(41.) Maysa' al-Mahrus etait presidente du sous-comite des elections du gouvernorat de Damas; Suzanne Sa'id etait membre du comite de la mise en candidature et Muna Abd al-Karim etait membre du sous-comite des elections du gouvernorat de Tartus; Ghada Nafuj et Amilda Hallaq etaient membres du comite de la mise en candidature du gouvernorat de Homs; Amal al-Shusha (membre de la direction regionale du parti Ba'th de la ville d'Alep) etait presidente du sous-comite des elections de la region elargie d'Alep (manatiq halab).
The KSA is divided into 13 regions (Manatiq, administrative level 1) and 118 governorates (Muhafazat, administrative level 2).
(10.) "Manatiq 'Askariyya bi-Libya: Bayna Su'ubatu-t Tatbiq We Ar-Rafd," Al Jazeera, (June 5, 2017).
Umar, from Nafi, from Aslam, that Umar commanded concerning dhimmis that they dock their forelocks, ride upon pack saddles, ride side-saddle, not ride as the Muslims ride, and be sure to wear the belts (manatiq; or "girdles").
(27) The manatiq return in a detailed and strikingly different text cited by the hadith specialist cAbd al-Razzaq al-Sancani (d.
Administrative subdivisions: 12 municipalities (manatiq): Al Hidd, Al Manamah, Al Mintaqah al Gharbiyah, Al Mintaqah al Wusta, Al Mintaqah ash Shamaliyah, Al Muharraq, Ar Rifa' wa al Mintaqah al Janubiyah, Jidd Hafs, Madinat Hamad, Madinat 'Isa, Juzur Hawar, Sitrah.
Such tendencies, and the risk of wider protests, prompted King Fahd in 1992 to introduce three statutes: Al Nidham Al Asasi (the Basic Law of Government), Nidham Majlis Al Shura (the Law of the Consultative Council), and Nidham Al Manatiq (the Law of the Provinces).
The year 1992 turned out to be critical as King Fahd responded to internal pressures by introducing three statutes: Al Nidham Al Asasi (the Basic Law of Government), Nidham Majlis Al Shura (the Law of the Consultative Council), and Nidham Al Manatiq (the Law of the Provinces).