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In Islamic law, a legal text written by a sharia scholar.
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At the police station, the teenage Nasser asked about the cause of the demonstration and found out it was organised by the opposition Misr Al Fatah Party (Young Egypt) in protest against the government's policy.
The National Library will also launch an exhibition showcasing presidential documents that Abdel Nasser wrote himself, as well as the local and regional print media, which were published during the nation's most critical events.
In the hours before the attack, Nasser recalled her husband having been so rushed and preoccupied that he had walked out the front door with his slippers on.
The reemergence of Nasser in literature and film demonstrates how the memory of Nasser is subject to plural interpretations," Khalifah explained.
By the time Nasser finally retracted formally the myth of Western collusion in March 1968, the damage had been done.
Shaikh Nasser completed the 140m race in 07:40:49, less than two minutes behind the Spaniards.
Nasser said, however, he doubted prices would reach the higher levels of 2014 and 2013.
An idol for many a young sailor at Oman Sail -- for that matter all of the sultanate -- Nasser has reached the pinnacle of sailing success through sheer hard work over a span of six years.
Nasser joined Saudi Aramco after graduating with a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran in 1982.
The evening began as Wright read an excerpt in English translation, followed by Nasser, who read the first few pages of the novel in Arabic.
Much has been written on this subject in the Arabic language, including an al-Jazeera documentary on Amer's attempt to stay in power and challenge Nasser after the Six-Day War.
However, Nasser's father, Ali Nasser Al Hadad, told 7DAYS: "The claims of the suspects are not true.
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