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Hermit

Ermitanyo

Last Update: 2014-08-21
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Hermit

Ermitanya

Last Update: 2013-01-24
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United Kingdom

Nagkakaisang Kaharian

Last Update: 2014-03-17
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Macedonia (ancient kingdom)

Kaharian ng Masedonya

Last Update: 2014-09-06
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Who testifies that not all of those who claim to know God and Christ shall be worthy of the kingdom of heaven?

dont judge the gift by its cover

Last Update: 2014-09-12
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In 1380 Karim ul' Makhdum the first Arabian trader reached the Sulu Archipelago and Jolo in the Philippines and through trade throughout the island established Islam in the country. In 1390 the Minangkabau's Prince Rajah Baguinda and his followers preached Islam on the islands.[4] The Sheik Karimal Makdum Mosque was the first mosque established in the Philippines on Simunul in Mindanao in the 14th century. Subsequent settlements by Arab missionaries traveling to Malaysia and Indonesia helped strengthen Islam in the Philippines and each settlement was governed by a Datu, Rajah and a Sultan. Islamic provinces founded in the Philippines included the Sultanate of Maguindanao, Sultanate of Sulu, Sultanate of Lanao and other parts of the southern Philippines. When the Spanish fleet led by Miguel López de Legazpi arrived in the Kingdom of Maynila, they were met by Rajah Sulaiman III. By the next century conquests had reached the Sulu islands in the southern tip of the Philippines where the population was animistic and they took up the task of converting the animistic population to Islam with renewed zeal. By the 15th century, half of Luzon (Northern Philippines) and the islands of Mindanao in the south had become subject to the various Muslim sultanates of Borneo and much of the population in the South were converted to Islam. However, the Visayas was largely dominated by Hindu-Buddhist societies led by rajahs and datus who strongly resisted Islam. One reason could be due to the economic and political disasters prehispanic Muslim pirates from the Mindanao region bring during raids. These frequent attacks gave way to naming present-day Cebu as then-Sugbo or scorched earth which was a defensive technique implemented by the Visayans so the pirates have nothing much to loot.[5][6] During the reign of Sultan Bolkiah from 1485 to 1521, the Sultanate of Brunei having seen the feature of Manila as a natural port, the Brunei Sultan tried to have a part of Tondo's the incoming China trade by attacking its environs and establishing its own Sultanate of Kota Seludong, now Manila ruling under and giving yearly tribute to the Sultanate of Brunei as its satellite state.[7] A new dynasty under the a local Lumad leader who accepted Islam and became Rajah Salalila or Rajah Sulayman I. He also started to established a trading challenge the already rich House of Rajah Lakandula in Tondo. Islam was further strengthened by the arrival of Muslim traders and from Jolo, Mindanao, Malaysia and Indonesia

pamantag

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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The Arameans, or Aramaeans, (Aramaic: ܐܪ̈ܡܝܐ‎, ארמיא ; ʼaramáyé) are Northwest Semitic people who originated in what is now modern Syria (Biblical Aram) during the Late Bronze Age and the Iron Age.[1][2] Large groups migrated to Mesopotamia, where they intermingled with the native Akkadian (Assyrian and Babylonian) population. Some Syriac Christiansin modern Syria still espouse an Aramean identity to this day and a few still speak the western Aramaic language. The Arameans never had a unified nation; they were divided into small independent kingdoms across parts of the Near East, particularly in what is now modern Syria and Jordan. After the Bronze Age collapse, their political influence was confined to a number of states such as Aram Damascus and the Syro-Hittite states, which were entirely absorbed into theNeo-Assyrian Empire by the 9th century BC. By contrast, the Akkadian influenced Imperial Aramaic came to be the lingua franca of the entire Near East and Asia Minor by Late Antiquity, when introduced as the official language of the vast Neo Assyrian Empire by Tiglath-pileser III in the mid 8th century BC. This empire stretched from Cyprus and the East Mediterranean in the west to Persia and Elam to India in the east, and from Armenia and the Caucasus in the north to Egypt and Arabia in the south. This version of Aramaic later developed into the literary languages such asSyriac and Mandaic. Scholars have used the term "Aramaization" for the process by which the Assyro-Babylonian Akkadian-speaking peoples became eastern Aramaic-speaking during the later Iron Age.

head of aramean

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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The king spake, and said, Is not this great Babylon, that I have built for the house of the kingdom by the might of my power, and for the honour of my majesty?
Daniel 4.30

Ang hari ay nagsalita, at nagsabi, Hindi baga ito ang dakilang Babilonia na aking itinayo na pinaka tahanang hari, sa pamamagitan ng lakas ng aking kapangyarihan at sa ikaluluwalhati ng aking kamahalan?
Daniel 4.30

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