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Baghdadi
Baghdadi or Al-Baghdadi may refer to: Al-Baghdadi or Baghdadi is an Arabic nisbat meaning "from Baghdad". It is usually added at the end of names as

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Contents
  • 1 People
    • 1.1 Medieval
    • 1.2 Modern
  • 2 Places
  • 3 Organisations
  • 4 Bagdadi
People

Al-Baghdadi or Baghdadi is an Arabic nisbat meaning "from Baghdad". It is usually added at the end of names as a specifier. People with the name:

Medieval
  • Ibn Sa'd, Ibn Sa'd al-Baghdadi (784–845)
  • Junayd Baghdadi (830–910 AD), one of the great early mystics, or Sufis, of Islam
  • Ibn Tahir al-Baghdadi, (d 1037) mathematician and heresiologist
  • Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (1002–1071), Shafi'i scholar
  • Hibat Allah Abu'l-Barakat al-Baghdaadi (1080–1164/1165), physicist and philosopher
  • Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer), Muwaffaq al-Din `Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi, (died 629/1231), physician who wrote al-Mujarrad li lughat al-hadith
  • Muhammad bin Hasan al-Baghdadi (died 1239) was the author of an early Arab cookbook
Modern
  • Mahmud al-Alusi, Mahmud al-Alusi al-Baghdadi, (1802–1854), an Iraqi Islamic scholar
  • Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (born 1971), also known as Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri, is the head of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL a.k.a. ISIS, IS and Daesh) as of 2017
  • Abu Omar al-Baghdadi (died 2010) also known as Abu Omar al-Qurashi al-Baghdadi, was the purported head of the Islamic State of Iraq
  • Abdel Latif Boghdadi (politician) (died 1999) Egyptian military and political figure in the 20th century
  • Baghdadi Mahmudi a.k.a. Al-Baghdadi 'Ali Al-Mahmoudi (born 1946), prime minister of Libya since 2006
  • Ali Mustafa Baghdady, Egyptian Air Force commander
  • Sonia Baghdady, American news reader
  • Mahan Baghdadi, Iranian youth footballer
  • Mohammad Baghdadi, German footballer
Places
  • Baghdadi, Hormozgan, Iran
  • Baghdadi, Markazi, Iran
  • Baghdadi, South Khorasan, Iran
  • Baghdadi, Iraq
  • Baghdadi (Karachi), a neighborhood of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Organisations
  • Baghdadi Jews, one of 3 types of Jews in South Asia
Bagdadi
  • Maroun Bagdadi
  • Mevlana Halid-i Bagdadi
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Shanghai's Baghdadi Jews: A Collection of Biographical Reflections
Shanghai's Baghdadi Jews: A Collection of Biographical Reflections
A compilation of biographical accounts from Shanghai's Baghdadi Jewish society offers insights into a remarkable community that lived through the crossroads of China's 20th-century history. Using previously unseen archival material, Meyer documents the rise and fall of larger-than-life personalities who witnessed the Sino-Japanese War, the Occupation of Shanghai and the Communists' rise to power. Photographs illustrate the lives of these people and the magnificent, cosmopolitan city they called home.

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Out of Babylon: The Music of Baghdadi-Jewish Migrations Into Asia and Beyond
Out of Babylon: The Music of Baghdadi-Jewish Migrations Into Asia and Beyond
In principle the music on this CD belongs to the ancient tradition of Bagdhadi-Jewish music. In fact it documents songs performed (i) in the synagogues of the Baghdadi-Jewish diaspora in Asia from the end of the 18th to the mid-20th centuries, and (ii) in a further diaspora since the 1950s to Australia, the UK, and beyond. The songs were recorded in Bombay, Poona, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manchester, London and Sydney by ethnomusicologists Margaret Kartomi and Sara Manasseh of Melbourne and London respectively as part of the CD project team which also included Regina Randhofer of Halle, Germany and Bronia Kornhauser of Melbourne. Randhofer's interest in psalmody led her to the National Sound Archives in Jerusalem. From there she selected a number of valuable historical recordings, originally collected in Iraq and Israel, to provide more comparative material for the CD. Kornhauser has been the research archivist for the Australian Archive of Jewish Music (in the School of Music, Monash University) since its inception in 1995 and has been collaborating with Kartomi for a number of years in researching the Jewish music of the Asia-Pacific region. The CD is one of the outcomes of that research. Although the recordings that it contains have a documentary character, they have been carefully prepared to maximise their audio-technical qualities.

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#baghdadi - White Hashtag 20oz Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Carabiner
#baghdadi - White Hashtag 20oz Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Carabiner
Strap it to your bag and go! This white water bottle comes with a carabiner to strap it to anything you need on the go. Carabiner colors may vary.

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Selections from the Art of Party Crashing in Medieval Iraq
Selections from the Art of Party Crashing in Medieval Iraq
With this statement, al-Khatib al-Baghdadi, a Muslim preacher and scholar, introduces The Art of Party-Crashing, a book that represents a sharp departure from the religious scholarship for which he is known. Compiled in the eleventh century, this collection of irreverent and playful anecdotes celebrates eating, drinking, and general merriment. Ribald jokes, flirtations, and wry observations of misbehaving Muslims acquaint readers with everyday life in medieval Iraq in a way that is both entertaining and edifying. Selove’s translation, accompanied by her whimsical drawings, introduces the delights and surprises of medieval Arabic humor to a new audience.

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Baghdadi Bar&Grill Family Name Neoprene Rubber Coasters - 4pcs
Baghdadi Bar&Grill Family Name Neoprene Rubber Coasters - 4pcs
Set of 4 neoprene rubber drink coasters featuring an American-themed bar design. A great gift for any patriotic friend. Coasters are each 4 inches in diameter and approximately one-quarter inch thick. They are soft and non-marring, and as such will not scratch your fine furnishings like paper or acrylic coasters. Coins shown on coaster are not included (on the design OR with your order). They are shown in the image only to show relative size.

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$16.95



The Mukhtasar Al-Quduri: A Manual of Islamic Law According to the Hanafi School
The Mukhtasar Al-Quduri: A Manual of Islamic Law According to the Hanafi School
The Mukhtaṣar al-Qudûrî is one of the most celebrated and influential treatises in any Muslim school of methodology and thought and is the foundation for the Ḥanafî school. It is both the first source for scholars and a manual for the general reader. This is its first ever complete translation in English.

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