Afak

Afak (Arabic: عفك‎) is a town in Al Diwaniyah Governorate, Iraq. It is 25 km northeast of Al Diwaniyah and 170 km south of Baghdad.[1]

Coordinates: 32°03′45″N 45°14′34″E / 32.06250°N 45.24278°E

Afak

Arabic: عفك
Town
Afak is located in Iraq
Afak
Afak
Coordinates: 32°03′45″N 45°14′34″E / 32.06250°N 45.24278°E
Country Iraq
GovernorateQādisiyyah
DistrictAfak
Date of establishment1715
Population
 • Total75,000
 District total

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2011–12 Algerian Women's Championship

The 2011–12 Algerian Women's Championship was the 14th season of the Algerian Women's Championship, the Algerian national women's association football competition. Afak Relizane wons the championship for the third consecutive time.

2012–13 Algerian Women's Championship

The 2012–13 Algerian Women's Championship was the 15th season of the Algerian Women's Championship, the Algerian national women's association football competition. Afak Relizane wons the championship for the fourth consecutive time.

2013–14 Algerian Women's Championship

The 2013–14 Algerian Women's Championship was the 16th season of the Algerian Women's Championship, the Algerian national women's association football competition. Afak Relizane wons the championship for the fifth time consecutively.

2014–15 Algerian Women's Championship

The 2014–15 Algerian Women's Championship was the 17th season of the Algerian Women's Championship, the Algerian national women's association football competition. Afak Relizane wons the championship for the sixth time consecutively.

2015–16 Algerian Women's Championship

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2016–17 Algerian Women's Championship

The 2016–17 Algerian Women's Championship is the 19th season of the Algerian Women's Championship, the Algerian national women's association football competition.

Afak Relizane won the championship for the 8th time.

Abdal Latif Sultan (Afak Khan)

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Contemporary Balkh historian Mahmud ibn Vali wrote in 1644 in his work " Bahr al-asrar " (was written in 7 parts during 1641-44 in Balkh, each contained 4 chapters, second chapter of 7th part described rulers of Yarkand Khanate, or the country Kashgar and Uyghurstan as he called it, since Sultan Said Khan to Abdal Latif Sultan (Afak Khan), who ruled in 1618-1630.

Abu 'Afak

Abu 'Afak (Arabic: أبو عفك‎, died c. 624) was a Jewish poet who lived in the Hijaz region (today Saudi Arabia). Abu 'Afak did not convert to Islam and was vocal about his opposition to Muhammad. He became a significant political enemy of Muhammad.

As an elderly man, Abu 'Afak Arwan wrote a politically charged poem against Muhammad and his followers that is preserved in the Sira. Muhammad then allegedly called for Abu 'Afak's death, and Salim ibn Umayr killed him. The affair was recorded by Ibn Ishaq in "Sirat Rasul Allah" (The Life of the Prophet of God), the oldest biography of Muhammad.

Afak District

Afaq District (Arabic: عفك‎) is a district in Al-Qadisiyyah Governorate, southern Iraq. Its seat is the town of Afak. It has three subdistricts: Afak (عفك), Al-Deir (بدير), and Sumer (سومر).

Afak FC

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Afaka syllabary

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Algerian Women's Championship

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Algerian Women's Cup

The Algerian Women's Cup (Arabic: كأس الجزائر للسيدات‎) is a women's association football competition in Algeria. pitting regional teams against each other. It was established in 1998. It is the women's equivalent of the Algerian Cup for men. The winner of the 2018 edition is FC Constantine for the first time.

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Kifri District, Diyala Governorate

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Kut District

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Qal'at Saleh District

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