IFI

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AcronymDefinition
IFIIrish Film Institute (est. 1943)
IFIInternational Financial Institutions (IMF, World Bank, etc.)
IFIInnovation First, Inc. (combat robotic equipment manufacturer)
IFIIslamic Foundation of Ireland
IFIInstitutt For Informatikk (Department of Informatics, University of Oslo)
IFIInstrumentation Facility Interface
IFIIndustrial Fasteners Institute (trade association)
IFIInstituciones Financieras Internacionales (Spanish: International Financial Institutions)
IFIInternational Fabricare Institute
IFIInnerChange Freedom Initiative
IFIIglesia Filipina Independiente (Independent Philippine Church)
IFIInvasive Fungal Infection
IFIInternational Food Ingredients (publication)
IFIInstitut de la Francophonie pour l'Informatique (Hanoi, Vietnam)
IFIIndiana Family Institute (Indianapolis, IN)
IFIIntensive Family Intervention (behavioral health)
IFIInternational Finance Institute
IFIInternational Fixed Income
IFIIstituti Finanziari Internazionali (Italian: International Financial Institutions)
IFIInternational Federation of Interior Designers
IFIInternational Flood Initiative
IFIInstitut de Formation International (French: International Training Institute)
IFIIngeniero Fisico Industrial (Mexico)
IFIIn-Flight Insertion
IFIInspection Follow-Up Item
IFIIntegrated Facilities and Infrastructure
IFIIssued for Information
IFIInternet Finance International
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The Islamic Foundation of Ireland opened the school in 1991.
Imam Al-Hussein, director of the Islamic Foundation of Ireland, added: "A group in Galway once translated parts of the Koran into Irish, but it was not on the scale that this group is planning."
ALLIED attacks on Afghanistan are not the way to fight terrorism, the Islamic Foundation of Ireland said yesterday.
Imam Al-Hussein, director of the Islamic Foundation of Ireland, appealed to the Irish people not to blame an entire religion for the mass murder in the US.
A spokesman for the Islamic Foundation of Ireland, Iman al- Hussein, said letters have been sent to all members warning of the possibility of attacks.
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