The autopsy was performed at the Institute of Forensic Medicine of Al-Quds University in Jerusalem.
What does AQU stand for?
AQU stands for Al-Quds University (Israel)
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See other definitions of AQU
- Alliance Quebecoise des Therapeutes Naturels (French: Quebec Alliance of Natural Therapeutics; Quebec, Canada)
- Arkivi Qendror Teknik I Ndertimit (Central Technical Archive of Building, Albania)
- Association du Québec des Thérapeutes Naturels (French: Quebec Association of Natural Therapists; Canada)
- Automation, Quality, and Testing Robotics (International Conference)
- Acquisition and Tracking
- Air Quality Technical Support Document (Bureau of Land Management; US Department of the Interior)
- Aqtobe Time (Kazakhstan timezone; GMT+5)
- Aquatic Toxicity
- Agency for Quality Assurance in the Catalan University System (Catalonia, Spain)
- Air Quality Unit (UK)
- Adaptive Quality of Service for Availability
- Adiabatic Quantum Algorithm (quantum supercomputing)
- Allies and Queers Undergraduate Association (University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT)
- Associate Question Answerers (website)
- Australasian Quaternary Association
- Automated Quantitative Analysis System
- Approach to a Quantitative Follow-Up of Non-Thyroidal Illness Syndrome (clinical trial)
- Aquarian Age Community (Jersey City, New Jersey)
- Adaptive Quantizer for Acoustics Binary Information Transmission
- Aquatic Feeds and Nutrition
Samples in periodicals archive:
Asfour, a student in the sports department in Al-Quds University in Abu Dis, was shot during protests in support of a hunger strike by four Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.
They said Muhammad Asfour, a senior at al-Quds University, died at an Israeli hospital after attempts to save his life have failed.
Sarie of Al-Quds University in Jerusalem, examined 783 skulls from old community cemeteries, excluding massacre sites and battle graves.
HM King Abdullah II received on Tuesday an honorary doctorate in humanitarian sciences from Al-Quds University, in recognition of his stances towards Jerusalem.
Fanun (surface and colloid science, Al-Quds University, East Jerusalem) has selected articles from an impressively international array of researchers and encouraged each author to include information relating to the relevant science in their own specific field.
Huda Imam is general director of the Center of Jerusalem Studies, al-Quds University.