Inayatullah

Inayatullah, also spelled Enayat Ollah etc. (Arabic: عنایت اللہ ‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname composed of the elements Inayat, meaning care and Allah, meaning of God. It may refer to:

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Inayatullah (Guantanamo Detainee 10029) - Detention in Guantanamo
... The detainee called Inayatullah was later identified as a native-born Afghani named Hajji Nassim, according to his lawyer ... On May 18, 2011, Inayatullah was found dead either in his cell or in a recreation area ... the Miami Herald, reported that Pentagon spokesman Dave Oten confirmed that Inayatullah had been classed as an "indefinite detainee" by the Obama administration ...
Inayatullah - Females
... Attiya Inayatullah, Pakistani politician. ...
Inayatullah Khan
... Inayatullah Khan Seraj (October 20, 1888 – August 12, 1946) was the King of Afghanistan from 14 January 1929 to 17 January 1929 ... Inayatullah's brief reign ended with his abdication ... on January 14, 1929, Amanullah Khan handed over his kingship to his brother Inayatullah Khan Seraj and tried to secretly escape Kabul towards Kandahar ...
Attiya Inayatullah
... Attiya Inayatullah holds a Ph.D ... Dr Inayatullah served as an adviser on Population Welfare to President General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq in the early 1980s ... Dr Inayatullah is married to Inayatullah, a retired member of the Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) and formerly ambassador to Nepal and Chairman of LAMEC ...
1929 In Afghanistan - January 7
14, abdicates in favour of his elder brother, Inayatullah Khan, who for the previous ten years had lived a private life ... Inayatullah immediately abdicates, after a reign of three days, and Bacha-i-Saqao declares himself amir, with the name of Habibullah Ghazi ... Inayatullah is allowed to retire in safety with the members of his household, being conveyed, with them, by British aeroplanes to Peshawar, and he soon ...