Al-Qasabah

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Al-Qasabah

In Islamic law, a measure of area. One qasabah is approximately equivalent to 13.7 square meters.
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The operations were conducted near the towns of Basram, Katal, Maidani, Qasaba, Salim Gar, Noori and Alingar.
Within this framework, ADFD allocated AED708 million in 2010 to the Housing Units in Al Qasaba District in Kabul project.
Within this framework, ADFD allocated Dh708 million in 2010 for the housing units in Al Qasaba District in Kabul project.
He confirmed that 15 rebels had so far been killed and another 15 injured in the operation that resulted in driving the rebels from Basram, Ktal, Maidanayo, Hakimabad, Qasaba, Salem Gar and several other areas.
In this very place, we witness huge workshop in which we can read poems of refugees from alyarmouk Camp near Damascus, and of a poet living and writing in Qasaba (old-town) Nablus or a female poet from Gaza who has just arrive in Antwerp, Belgium and a poet from Alshati camp in Gaza.
According to a statement issued from MQMs headquarters, Nine Zero, workers of MQM took out to streets in Landhi, Korangi, Malir, Shah Faisal, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Lines Area, Defence, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Surjani, Qasaba, Orangi town and other neighborhoods of the city.
According to the reports, the attack began with a strong blast in Qasaba area of the capital near the Kabul airport and continued for hours.
In the third deadly attack which happened in Qasaba locality had claimed nine lives including a foreign soldier, a statement of the NATO-led Resolute Support released here Saturday confirmed.
The incident took place at around 7:00am in Qasaba area, police spokesman, Hashmatullah Stanikzai, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The roadshow starts at the Dubai Dubai Festival City on September 27th, before moving to the city's Ibn Battuta Mall on October 4, followed by the Bawadi Mall in Al Ain on October 11 and and its final stop will be at Al Qasaba in Sharjah on October 25.
One fell on a factory building in Qasaba where Farid's father, Marjan, was at work as a welder.
Known as the qasaba, it stretches up to the citadel of Saladin and Mohamed Ali Mosque, but within the city walls, the horde of monarchs and nobles who competed to build there displayed their piety and wealth on the metaphorical shoulders and literal foundations of past monuments.