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Staunch belief in finality of his (SAW)'s prophethood is an integral part and the basic component of our faith, he added.
Such an upbringing filled with a staunch belief in humanity, objectively asserted in all its practicality led Edhi to set up his principles.
I also think that his advocacy of a federal form of government springs more from a revulsion to the perceived colonization of the country by Manila than by a staunch belief in federalism as a concept.
However it was Kedarnath where I noticed that one's devotion and staunch belief could overlook even the worst of disregard for the environment.
Such a stand stems from Doha's staunch belief in the righteousness of the cause and the right of return of Palestinians.
Her staunch belief in her ideas and her vast knowledge about her topic singled her out as an outstanding Arab-Muslim writer and scholar.
The 40th Kuwait Book Fair is sponsored by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, implying the Premier's staunch belief in the role of culture in Kuwait, Sheikh Salman added in a press statement after opening the event.
Yassin's family, the Harthman-Lindqvist's go as far back as 1892 and have a history of prominence in the USVI, dating back to when the islands were owned by the Danish government because of their staunch belief in the economic growth of the island and betterment of living conditions for its people.
They said, "The truth of Muharram every year brings in all Muslims the message of adherence to truth, staunch belief and steadfastness against injustice.
At the time most bishops were Arians, but the laity overwhelmingly maintained a staunch belief in Christ's divinity.
APOEL are rank outsiders but their incredible run in Europe has been based on a staunch belief they can beat anyone on their day.
They said, The truth of Muharram every year brings in all Muslims the message of adherence to truth, staunch belief and steadfastness against injustice.