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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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It also created as many as five formal judiciary bodies, called Dar al Qada'a, in which local Syrian rebel groups participate.
(45) Numerous Dawa wa al Irshad offices appear to operate under the authority of Jabhat al Nusra's Dar al Qada'a. (46) Many other Dawa wa al Irshad offices operate in areas without a local judiciary, which could indicate that the offices are integrated with new judiciary structures as these structures are established.
The two most significant institutions with heavy Jabhat al Nusra involvement are the military coalitions that it leads with Ahrar al Sham (Harakat Ahrar al Sham al Islamiya or HASI) named Jaysh al Fatah and Dar al Qada'a. These institutions are concentrated in Aleppo and Idlib in Northern Syria and in Dera'a and Quneitra in Southern Syria, although the planning group assesses that Jabhat al Nusra intends to expand these structures into Horns and Hama Provinces soon.
All the emirates saw heavy rains on the day, particularly the northern region of Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) and the inclined areas of Al Tawyeen, Naheela, Al Beeah, Qada'a, Ghalila and Shaam.
'Qa'adi' is the rhythm of action doer and has been derived from the Arabic origin 'Al Qada'a' with different meanings.2 Some of these meanings have been explained below
Des avocats ont manifeste, hier dimanche, devant Dar Al Qada'a, en soutien au Procureur general qui avait demissionne lundi puis, sous ou sans pression, est revenu sur sa decision quatre jours apres.
The comments of the (EPDA-RAK) came after a group of Emiratis killed a Caracal in the mountainous area of Wadi Qada'a after they claimed the wild animal had attacked and killed tens of their cattle and livestock.
The thought does not help the residents in vulnerable areas, including Wadi Qada'a and Sha'am, who complain of huge losses because of Al Hambra attacks.
People of Wadi Qada'a area say the animal, an ecologically vulnerable member of the cat family and known locally as aeAl Hamra' or aeAl Washaq', has attacked and killed livestock of the tribes several times.