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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A cet effet, des activistes ont proteste devant Dar Al Qada' (le Palais de justice) contre l'arrestation de leurs collegues.
The Mozarabes had their own churches and legal establishment (magistrates--Ar., qada' al-Nasara).
"3 - Adopting the qada' as the electoral constituency based on the 1960...law, but the qada's of Marjayoun and Hasbaya will continue to be one constituency and so will the qada's of Westrern Beqa' and Rashaya and the qada's of Ba'albek and Hermel".
La veille, des protestataires avaient defile devant Dar Al Qada' (le Palais de Justice) pour la meme cause, scandant des slogans anti-Freres musulmans.
Des mouvements feministes devaient defiler, hier mardi dans l'apres-midi, depuis la place Tal'at Harb jusqu'a Dar Al Qada' (Palais de Justice), pour protester contre les images insoutenables de Hamada Saber, un quinquagenaire brutalement battu et traEne denude par la police devant le palais presidentiel.
In past elections, Batroun witnessed hotly-contested competition for the domination of the qada's local council among the three main Christian parties: The LF, the FPM and the Kataeb Party.
In his book Colonel Trinquier argued that "control of the masses through tight organization, often through several parallel organizations, is the master weapon of modern warfare." The 3rd HBCT and the Iraqi Security Forces developed multiple means to control the qada's 1.2 million inhabitants.
Each day, trucks carrying the qada's trash scale the slopes of Mount Lebanon and deposit a cumulative 100 tons of it at the Hbalin landfill, hidden in a valley bend.
This would comprise a popularly elected general committee, whose number of members would be based on the qada's population up to a maximum of six, and a 12-person board of directors chosen by the general committee.
Meanwhile, in the mid-altitude areas of the qada of Batroun, residents in around a dozen villages and small towns have been demanding action from the Water Authority as well as from Bassil and the qada's two MPs, Butros Harb and Antoine Zahra, to help solve the ongoing water shortage crisis.
According to Ghanem's draft law, the council members are elected for a six-year term by the qada's mayors, members of municipal councils and mukhtars.
Summary: BEIRUT: While the Future Movement emerged victorious in Sunday's by-elections of Minyeh-Dinnieh, its internal structure was threatened on Monday with the qada's lawmaker Ahmad Fatfat resigned from the party.