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Al-Awja is a village 8 miles south of Tikrit, in Iraq on the western bank of the Tigris.
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by Stephen E. Atkins
12 Al-Awja, ...
by Philip Mattar
which feeds the al-Awja (Yarkon) River, and al-Timsah (Tannin- im). It has a replenishment area of 1,600–1,800 square kilometers. The northeastern aquifer flows toward ...
Central Asia and Middle East by N. Hanif
Ibn Abi al- 'Awja is said to have fabricated and edited a mystical hadith which was condemned for tashbih and ta'til; its avoidance of such terminology as 'ishq and tafivid suggests one who, like Ibn Abi al-Awja, had left the school of Hasan ...
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