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Hamas

A political party and paramilitary organization in Palestine. Established in 1987, it originated in the older Muslim Brotherhood but combined Islamism with Palestinian nationalism. It was responsible for numerous suicide bombings in the 1990s and early 2000s, but ended this policy in 2005. In 2006, it won parliamentary elections in Palestine and the following year expelled rival Fatah from Gaza. Hamas (or at least its paramilitary wing) is regarded as a terrorist organization by much of the world.
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El Jaish are level with Iran's Foolad Khouzestan on five points and goal difference at the top of Group B after playing out a goalless stalemate against today's opponent Al Fateh in their last outing a fortnight ago.
4km of roads along Al Fateh Highway and the eastern and northern sides of Bahrain Bay.
Khaled Kherbish from Al Jamahiriya TV and the judging panel included two science academics from Al Fateh University and a media expert with many years of experience in broadcasting (radio and TV) behind him.
Mitsubishi Corporation, through this joint program with Al Fateh University, aims to contribute to the promotion of the use of renewable energy in Libya and the neighboring regions.
The expansion of Al Fateh is an extremely important effort for the university and for the nation of Libya," said Raouf S.
The draw meant Al Fateh continue to lead the tournament with four points from two matches and will now face Kuwait in their final match on Friday.
The tower is situated behind the Al Fateh Mosque and is also near the Al Murjan Centre as well as leading restaurants.
The causeway, which is being built by Belgium's Six Construct and Bahrain's Haji Hassan Group, includes upgrading the junctions that connect the Al Fateh Highway to the King Faisal Highway and the Shaikh Hamad Causeway.
The causeway includes upgrading the junctions that connect the Al Fateh Highway to the King Faisal Highway and the Shaikh Hamad Causeway.
amp; TRIPOLI, Libya -- Hill International (Nasdaq:HINT), the worldwide construction consulting firm, announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the Organization for Development and Administrative Centers (ODAC) to provide project management services in connection with the $2 billion multi-campus expansion of Al Fateh University in Tripoli, Libya.
Ministry Under-Secretary Dr Nabil Abu Al Fateh opened the facility.
Several projects implemented by the Ministry in Juffair were discussed during the visit, including the Al Fateh Highway revamp project, whose tender was awarded to a consultancy firm.