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  1. Prince Ab·dul [ahb, -dool], 1903–90, Malayan political leader: prime minister of Malaya 1957–63; premier of Malaysia 1963–70.

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This Ramadan, Rahman is engaging in a variety of Believers Bail Out initiatives, like packaging hot foods into iftar boxes and delivering them to recently-bailed-out Muslims.

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Rahman was later found dead, with hypothermia the suspected cause.

Most of the world knows Abdul Rahman Omeir al-Naimi as a Qatari history professor and human-rights activist.

After graduation, Borstein took an internship at the ad agency Schwartz Rahman.

With the death of Hakeemullah and Waliur Rahman, the Taliban is forced to scramble to replace its top two leaders.

The militants want the release of Egyptian Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman and Pakistani Aafia Siddiqui.

Abdur Rahman, in his friendly but guarded reply,5 expressed in general terms his hope of being recognized as Amir.

A few days later a letter was received from Abdur Rahman, announcing his arrival in Kohistan.

The successors of Abd-ur-Rahman obtained the assistance of Byzantine craftsmen, and embellished the mosque with rich mosaics.

It was Abd-ur-Rahman's ambition to focus all the interests of Islam at this point within his own dominions.

Abdul-Rahman was pleased with the completion of a work which, according to his thinking, lent great splendor to his reign.





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