Khalaf 2; Kadhim A. Perinatal mortality is one of the most important medical subjects in Iraq nowadays. One of the leading causes of this mortality is the perinatal asphyxia. Prediction of perinatal asphyxia is still a matter of controversy, though, there is increasing evidence that hypoxic ischemic injury of neonate may occur during pregnancy rather than labor.
Hart My choice of Muhammad to lead the list of the world's most influential persons may surprise some readers and may be questioned by others, but he was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels. Of humble origins, Muhammad founded and promulgated one of the world's great religions, and became an immensely effective political leader.
Today, thirteen centuries after his death, his influence is still powerful and pervasive. The majority of the persons in this book had the advantage of being born and raised in centers of civilization, highly cultured or politically pivotal nations.
Muhammad, however, was born in the yearin the city of Mecca, in southern Arabia, at that time a backward area of the world, far from the centers of trade, art, and learning. Orphaned at age six, he was reared in modest surroundings. Islamic tradition tells us that he was illiterate.
His economic position improved when, at age twenty-five, he married a wealthy widow. Nevertheless, as he approached forty, there was little outward indication that he was a remarkable person.
Most Arabs at that time were pagans, who believed in many gods. There were, however, in Mecca, a small number of Jews and Christians; it was from them no doubt that Muhammad first learned of a single, omnipotent God who ruled the entire universe.
When he was forty years old, Muhammad became convinced that this one true God Allah was speaking to him, and had chosen him to spread the true faith. For three years, Muhammad preached only to close friends and associates. Then, abouthe began preaching in public.
As he slowly gained converts, the Meccan authorities came to consider him a dangerous nuisance. Infearing for his safety, Muhammad fled to Medina a city some miles north of Meccawhere he had been offered a position of considerable political power. This flight, called the Hegira, was the turning point of the Prophet's life.
In Mecca, he had had few followers. In Medina, he had many more, and he soon acquired an influence that made him a virtual dictator. During the next few years, while Muhammad s following grew rapidly, a series of battles were fought between Medina and Mecca.
This was ended in with Muhammad's triumphant return to Mecca as conqueror. The remaining two and one-half years of his life witnessed the rapid conversion of the Arab tribes to the new religion.
When Muhammad died, inhe was the effective ruler of all of southern Arabia.
The Bedouin tribesmen of Arabia had a reputation as fierce warriors. But their number was small; and plagued by disunity and internecine warfare, they had been no match for the larger armies of the kingdoms in the settled agricultural areas to the north.Purpose. This work is meant to provide a guide to the freshwater fishes of Iran.
There are no modern keys to this fauna, some available books are incomplete or cursory treatments or outdated, and the detailed and diverse scientific literature is widely scattered in time, languages and journals. The poetry and philosophy of Mawlana Rumi bore the deepest influence on Iqbal's mind.
Deeply grounded in religion since childhood, Iqbal began concentrating intensely on the study of Islam, the culture and history of Islamic civilisation and its political future, Main interests: Islam, Urdu poetry, Persian poetry, Law.
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FEMALE SEXUAL CASTRATION IN CAIRO, EGYPT Mohamed Badawi. Presented at The First International Symposium on Circumcision, Anaheim, California, March , Dr. Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo played an outstanding role in the South African liberation movement for over half a century - in persuading the Indian community to link its destiny with that of the African majority, in building the unity of all the oppressed people and democratic whites of that country in a .
Contents. Executive Summary ANC Statement to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; THE HISTORICAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT. Life Science Journal Acta Zhengzhou University Overseas Edition (Life Sci J)ISSN (print); ISSN X (online), doi, Monthly Volume 14 - Number 8 (Cumulated No.