Izz ad-Din al-Qassam - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Izz ad-Din al-Qassam - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Sheikh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam; Izz el-Din al-Qassam; Izzedine al Qassam; Izz Ad-Din Al-Qassam; Izz Ad Din Al Qassam; Izz ad Din al Qassam; Izz Ad-Din El-Kassam; Izzedin al-Qassam; Izz Ad-Din El-Kasam; Izz ad-din al-Qassam; Izz al-Din al-Qassem; Izzuddin al-Qassam; Izz al-Din al-Qassam; Iz al-Din al-Qassam; Ezzedeen-al-qassam; Izzadin alqassam; Izzadin al Qassam; Izzadin al-Qassam; Izzadin al-qassam; Izzadin al qassam; Al-Qassam; Ezzedin al Qassam; Sheikh Ezz Eddine Al-Qassam; Izzedine al-Qassam; Iz al Din al-Kassam; Iz a Din al-Kassam; Al Qassam
  • The French Army occupying the Syrian coast, 1920
  • Al-Qassam's grave in [[Balad al-Sheikh]], 2010
  • Leading members of Hizb al-Istiqlal, 1932. Al-Qassam was closely associated with the party, particularly with [[Rashid al-Hajj Ibrahim]], seated second from left
  • Al-Qassam was born in [[Jableh]]
  • [[Al-Azhar Mosque]], where al-Qassam studied, in 1906

Izz ad-Din al-Qassam         
n. Izz ad-Din al-Qassam (1882-1935), syrischer Scheich der an der Al-Azhar Universität studierte
Islamic Resistance Movement         
  • [[Ismail Haniyeh]] became the prime minister of the [[Palestinian National Authority]] in 2006.
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  • A Hamas rocket launch site and its civilian surroundings.
  • Weapons found in a mosque during [[Operation Cast Lead]], according to the IDF
  • Aftermath of 1996 [[Jaffa Road bus bombings]] in which 26 people were killed
  • Hamas mural in the West Bank
  • Map of key Hamas leadership nodes. 2010
  • Longtime leader, [[Khaled Meshaal]]
  • Destroyed building in [[Rafah]], January 12, 2009
  • Pro-Hamas rally in Damascus
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  • The aftermath of the 1994 [[Dizengoff Street bus bombing]] in Tel Aviv
Harakat Muqawama Islamiya; HAMAS; Harakat al-Muqawama al-Islamiya; Students of Ayyash; Students of the Engineer; Yahya Ayyash Units; Izz ad-Din Al-Qassam Forces; Izz ad-Din Al-Qassam Battalions; Izz Al-Din Al-Qassim Brigades; Izz Al-Din Al-Qassim Forces; Izz Al-Din Al-Qassim Battalions; Izz al-Din Al Qassam Forces; Izzedine al Qassam Forces; Izzedine al Qassam Battalions; Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyyah; Islamic Resistance Movement; Movement of Islamic Resistance; حماس; حركة المقاومة الاسلامية; Change and Reform; Harakat al-Muqawma al-Islamiyya; Harakat al-Muqawama al-Islamiyya; Hamas terrorist group; Hamás; Ḥamās; Ḥarakat al-Muqāwamat al-Islāmiyyah; Hanas; Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas); International positions on the nature of Hamas; Criticism of Hamas; International Positions on the Nature of Hamas; International support for Hamas; Human rights abuses by Hamas; Hamas (Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamiya) (Islamic Resistance Movement); Public opinion about Hamas
Hamas; die Islamische Widerstandbewegung
Khayr ad-Din         
Khair ad Din; Khayr al-Din; Khayr ad-Din; Kair-eddin; Khair al-Din; Khaireddin; Khairuddin; Kheireddine; Khayreddin; Khair ud-din; Khair-Eddine; Kheiriddin; Khair ad-Din (disambiguation); Ad-Din, Khair
n. Khayr ad-Din, in Griechenland geborener türkischer Admiral der türkischen Flotte (1546 gestorben) der die Küsten von Italien Spanien und Griechenland zusammen mit seinem Bruder ausraubte (auch bekannt als Barbarossa)


Beth Din
(also Beit Din)
¦ noun a Jewish court of law composed of three rabbinic judges, responsible for matters of religious law and the settlement of civil disputes.
from Heb. be. din, lit. 'house of judgement'.


Izz ad-Din al-Qassam

Izz ad-Din Abd al-Qadar ibn Mustafa ibn Yusuf ibn Muhammad al-Qassam (1881 or 19 December 1882 – 20 November 1935) (Arabic: عز الدين بن عبد القادر بن مصطفى بن يوسف بن محمد القسام / ALA-LC: ʿIzz ad-Dīn ibn Abd al-Qāder ibn Mustafa ibn Yūsuf ibn Muhammad al-Qassām) was a Syrian Muslim preacher, and a leader in the local struggles against British and French Mandatory rule in the Levant, and a militant opponent of Zionism in the 1920s and 1930s.

Al-Qassam studied at Al-Azhar University in Egypt and afterward became an Islamic revivalist preacher in his hometown of Jableh in Syria during the last years of Ottoman rule. Following his return, he became an active supporter of the Libyan resistance to Italian rule, raising funds and fighters to aid the Libyans and penning an anthem for them. He would later lead his own group of rebels in alliance with Ibrahim Hananu to fight against French Mandatory forces in northern Syria in 1919–20.

Following the rebels' defeat, he immigrated to Palestine, where he became a Muslim waqf (religious endowments) official and grew incensed at the plight of Palestinian Arab peasants. In the 1930s, he formed bands of local fighters and launched attacks against British and Jewish targets. He was eventually killed in a manhunt following his alleged role in the killing of a British policeman. Israeli historian Tom Segev has called him 'the Arab Joseph Trumpeldor'. His campaign and death were factors that led to the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine.