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Aish Tamid
... The aish tamid (Hebrew אֵשׁ תָּמִיד, continuous fire) is the eternal flame that was to burn upon the altar in the Temple in Jerusalem and never ... It is not to be confused with the Ner tamid, the eternal light that is kept in front of the Holy Ark in the synagogue ... In modern Jewish practice, the aish tamid is symbolically kept alive through daily prayer and the study of Torah ...
Al-Mu'tamid
... Al-Mu'tamid (المعتمد al-Muʿtamid) (844 – 15 October 892) was the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad from 870 to 892 and eldest surviving son of al-Mutawakkil ...
Al-Mu'tamid - His Reign As Caliph
... the reign of his predecessor, al-Muhtadi, al-Mu'tamid was imprisoned in Samarra ... Al-Mu'tamid's brother, al-Muwaffaq, had a claim to the throne and when the Zanj Rebellion started near Baghdad, al-Mu'tamid summoned al-Muwaffaq to help him ... Al-Mu'tadid was popular in the capital, Baghdad, and al-Mu'tamid never regained any real power ...
Congregation Ner Tamid
... Congregation Ner Tamid is a Conservative Synagogue in Rancho Palos Verdes, California ... For almost sixteen years, Ner Tamid met in people's homes and later in rented spaces ... Because Ner Tamid was one of the first structures to be built on the then-new Crestridge Road, Ner Tamid was able to pick its own numbered address ...
Al-Mu'tamid Ibn Abbad
... Al-Mu'tamid supported the Almoravid ruler Yusuf ibn Tashfin against king Alfonso VI of Castile in the Battle of Sagrajas in 1086 ... When he was 13 years old Al-Mu'tamid's father made his son Emir of Seville and appointed the Andalusi Arabic poet Ibn Ammar as his vizier ... The young Al-Mu'tamid fell in love with Ibn Ammar ...