In one, her mother peers excitedly from behind a large crowd inside the National Spiritual Assembly building in Cairo.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Spiritual Assembly (Institution of the Baha'i Faith)
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- National Slag Association (Alexandria, VA)
- National Smokejumper Association
- National Smokers Alliance
- National Snow Analyses (US NOAA)
- National Society of Accountants
- National Softball Association, Inc.
- National Software Alliance
- National Sound Archive
- National Space Agency
- National Speakers Association
- National Sports Academy (various locations)
- National Sprint Association (UK)
- National Standard Application
- National Statistical Authorities (EU)
- National Steeplechase Association
- National Stereoscopic Association
- National Stone Association (Washington, DC)
- National Storytelling Association
- National Stroke Association
- National Student Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Khanjani served as a member of the soon-to-be disbanded National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahais of Iran, a group that in 1984 saw four of its nine members executed.
Iran's own law says that you can't be in jail without charges for over two months," said Shastri Purushotma, human rights officer for the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahais of the United States.
95 Paperback Understanding faith BP365 A former Director of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom, Momen describes a religion that is relatively young, and so does not have the same depth of history as religions such as Judaism and Hinduism.
Wedge also serves on the boards of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha' is of Canada, and the First Nation Bank of Canada.
Barney Leith, secretary of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom, told the Hutton Inquiry a note posted on one web site 'clarifying the issue' had gone up because of the death.
Giving evidence were Barney Leith,a personal friend and secretary of the UK National Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is, and Prof Keith Hawton, a psychiatrist.
Giving evidence were Barney Leith, a personal friend and secretary of the UK National Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is, and Professor Keith Hawton, a psychiatrist.