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  • Ahl is the author of the novel Desire, published by Coffee House Press.

    Lindsay Ahl reads “Hymn to Intellectual Beauty” by Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • Ahl is the author of the novel Desire, published by Coffee House Press.

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  • The rest were known as Ahl al-Thiqa, or “The Trustworthy,” Sunnis unrelated to Saddam who had proven their loyalty during his rise to power.

    The J Curve

  • The rest were known as Ahl al-Thiqa, or “The Trustworthy,” Sunnis unrelated to Saddam who had proven their loyalty during his rise to power.

    The J Curve

  • The rest were known as Ahl al-Thiqa, or “The Trustworthy,” Sunnis unrelated to Saddam who had proven their loyalty during his rise to power.

    The J Curve

  • The rest were known as Ahl al-Thiqa, or “The Trustworthy,” Sunnis unrelated to Saddam who had proven their loyalty during his rise to power.

    The J Curve

  • Another circle consists of "cultural" centers often called Ahl e Beit

    As the U.S. Retreats, Iran Fills the Void

  • Sana himself belongs, designate their creeds as the fifth of the orthodox Mohammedan creeds, next to the Hanefys, Shafeys, Malekys, and Hanbalys, and for that reason they are called Ahl el Khams

    Travels in Arabia

  • Shiite militant faction called Ahl al-Bayt Brigades.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Shiite militant faction called Ahl al-Bayt Brigades.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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