Harith, al-

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  • Harith — or Hareth is a common Arabic name, meaning ploughman , and may refer to:* Harith al Dhari (born 1941), Sunni Arab cleric, and chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars * Harith Gassani, contemporary of Muhammad, and Governor of Syria *… …   Wikipedia

  • Harith — (ibn Hillisa), Verfasser einer der sieben Mo allakât, s. Arabische Literatur, S. 657 …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Harith — arabischer Name, Bedeutung: der nach Besitz Strebende, auch: Löwe …   Deutsch namen

  • Harith — Provenance. Prénom d origine arabe. Signifie: qui étudie, qui médite Histoire. Depuis maintenant quatorze siècles, la plupart des musulmans, de par le monde, qu ils soient asiatiques, africains, européens ou américains, ont à coeur de choisir… …   Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • Harith ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib — Hārith ibn ‘Abd al Muttalib (ArB|حارث بن عبد المطلب) was one of the uncles of Muhammad and also a Sahaba. His mother was Fatimah bint Amr. His brothers were Hamza ibn Abd al Muttalib, Abu Talib ibn ‘Abd al Muttalib, and ‘Abd Allah ibn ‘Abd al… …   Wikipedia

  • Harith ibn Rab'i — ( ar. حريث بن ربيع) was one of the companions of Muhammad.Hi full name was Abu Qatada al Harith ibn Rabi i al Ansari BiographyHe had a Mawla named Abu Muhammad [ [http://bewley.virtualave.net/muw8.html Muw8 ] ] . Presumably, he had a son named… …   Wikipedia

  • Harith ibn Harb — ( ar. حارث بن حرب) was the son of the 7th century Arabian Meccan leader Harb ibn Umayya, thus he was also the brother of Abu Sufyan ibn Harb, the man who would be Muhammad s arch enemy, but adopt Islam after the Conquest of Mecca The Sealed… …   Wikipedia

  • Harith Gassani — (Arabic,حارث الغساني) was an Arab Christian ruler of Syria. he was a contemporary with the prophet Muhammad and Governor of Syria. He received a letter from Muhammad where he was invited to Islam. Harith Ghassani descendant from the Ghassanid… …   Wikipedia

  • Harith Ibn Hillisa — Harith Ịbn Hịllisa,   arabischer Dichter des 6. Jahrhunderts; sein bekanntestes Gedicht, eine Kasside, improvisierte er zum Lob und zur Verteidigung seines Stammes am Ende einer 40 Jahre währenden Stammesfehde …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Harith al-Dhari — Sheik Harith Sulayman al Dhari or Harith ibn Sulayman ibn Dhari al Zoba i al shamri (Arabic:حارث الضاري) was born in 1941 in Anbar in Al Zaidan district. He is a Sunni Arab cleric, and chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, he is also… …   Wikipedia

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