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An interesting discussion is offered about the Qorban tradition in the Rabbinic literature, which likewise appears to accept the need to prioritize commandments in relation to one another, although Moyise could have done more justice to the fact that frequently in the Rabbinic corpus it is impossible to speak of a Rabbinic view, but instead one must reckon with a diversity of opinions that is never resolved.
The video messages were made public on the eve of the US Thanksgiving holiday and ahead of Eid-e Qorban
The video messages were made public on the eve of the US Thanksgiving holiday and ahead of Eid-e Qorban (Eid al-Adha), the festival marking the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.
But prosecutor-general Qorban-Ali Dorri Najafabadi said Wednesday that 2,500 people were arrested and that 500 of them could face trial, Press TV reported.
Iranian Attorney-General Qorban 'Ali Najaf-Abadi Explains the Different Types of Executions Performed in