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Mullah

A Muslim who is religiously educated. Some mullahs are experts in Islamic finance.
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Fresh from completing studies and posting a top-seven finish at the recent Hong Kong Amateur Open and a third-place finish in the Mena Division of the Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open last week, Al Mulla is now eyeing glory on his home course.
Both of them were not prominent among the Taliban fighters, but we supported them and wanted to get all the divided Taliban factions united through them, as they belonged to Mulla Omar's family, Niazi said.
Mr Al Mulla stressed Bahrain's efforts to combat the scourge of terrorism in co-operation with the international community.
As a natural progression of our efforts and achievements we have decided to establish DIAC 40/Young Practitioners Group to provide support and assistance to members of the arbitration community aged under 45 to develop their skills, learn from their peers and build contacts across the arbitration and legal communities of Mena," said Dr Al Mulla.
Al Mulla pointed out that while the UAE's F&B sector faces the challenge of some of the highest rents in the world, there are opportunities out there for restaurateurs.
Mulla expressed condolences to the family of the martyr and the people of Jordan.
Speaking ahead of the Emiratisation Summit, which takes place at the Tawdheef Recruitment Fair on February 2-4 in Abu Dhabi, Al Mulla said the challenge being presented by this trend is the retention of Emirati employees in private sector companies.
Al Mulla added there will be a focus on reducing the number of unemployed people and attracting more Emirati nationals to work in different sectors across the country, including construction, health, education and logistics in consistence with the UAE Vision 2021.
Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla also welcomed three new corporate partners in the UAE this year: Will Seivewright from Latham & Watkins, Steven Henderson from Clifford Chance, and most recently, Jayshree Gupta from DLA Piper.
According to Mulla, national identity is a core element of any country, and increasingly important as societies respond to globalisation and the internet age.
Leading local firm Habib Al Mulla merged with Baker & McKenzie in July 2013, creating Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla in the UAE.
Earlier, speaking on a point of order in National Assembly, the Minister had said that Mulla Abdul Qadir "was hanged through a judicial murder for supporting the United Pakistan in 1971".