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QUMQuality Use of Medicines (Australia)
QUMQuoniam (Latin: because, codices and manuscripts)
QUMResume Normal Transmissions (radiotelegraphy)
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We bring over old and new carpets that are handmade by artisans in Iran especially from Qum and Isfahan.
[This principle, in Arabic wilayat al-insan ala nafsih, is attributed by Bahr al-Ulum to his master in Qum, scholar Harandi.
It is believed that the secret nuclear plant outside Qum is intended for uranium enrichment-the process of turning raw uranium into reactor or bomb fuel.
Featuring loans of carpets, silks, paintings, manuscripts and ceramics, many of which have never been on display outside Iran, the exhibition will explore the Shah's social, artistic and religious influence on Iran through the gifts he endowed to the Shi'i shrine cities Mashhad, Ardabil and Qum and his capital at Isfahan.
Moreover, statements and flyers issued in Tehran and Qum for wide distribution among the Iraqi refugees within Iran were read only by quite a few people .
Another important religious site located in Qum is the shrine of Imam RedhaeCOs sister, Sayida Fatima Al MaeCOasooma.
In 1948, he moved to the city of Qum and participated in the Ayatollah Brujerdi's classes in order to advance his education in jurisprudence.
A year later, as president, he allocated $17 million for a blue-tiled mosque closely associated with mahdaviat in Jamkaran, south of the capital in the city of Qum. He has also instigated the building of a direct Tehran-Jamkaran railroad line.
The Good Medicines Better Health Pilot Project was the winner of the National Quality Use of Medicines (QUM) awards community category at the biennial National Medicines Symposium 2008 in Canberra last month.
Tens of thousands of pilgrims go each weak to the Jamkaran mosque near Qum, where they believe the Imam will appear on the eve of every Wednesday.
"International Center for Islamic Studies, Qum, Iran," http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imainreza.php?print=6705) (accessed 29 February 2008).