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National Liberation Movement of Ahwaz

The National Liberation Movement of Ahwaz (NLMA) (ar: حركة التحرير الوطني الأحوازي,'' Harakit al-Taḥrīr al-Watani Al-Ahwazi''), is an organization calling for a free independent Arab state called Ahwaz. read more

Majd Movement

The Glory Movement (Harakat Majd, Arabic: حركة مجد ) has two seats in the Lebanese Parliament. Najib Mikati has been the party leader since 2004. Mikati was a former Lebanese Prime Minister for the period of April to July 2005.Mikati is the incumbent Prime Minister since June 2011; he was previously designated for the role on 25 January after his nominated by the March 8 Alliance.Category:Political parties established in 2004 read more

Niazi Mostafa

Niazi Mostafa () was an Egyptian film director.Samīr Farīd, author of ''1978 Dalīl al-sīnimā al-ʻArabīyah'' (دليل السينما العربية 1978), wrote that Mostafa was one of "he most important directors in the history of Egyptian cinema".Farīd, Samīr. ''1978 Dalīl al-sīnimā al-ʻArabīyah'' (دليل السينما العربية 1978). p. . "The most important directors in the History of Egyptian cin^'ia are Mohamed Karem, Niazi Mostafa, Ahmed Badrakhan »Ahmed Kamel Morsy,... read more

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انطلق موقع 12تك http://www.12-tech.com في عام 2014 بهدف افادة الزوار من كل معرفة تقنية متوفرة .. يتميز الموقع بطريقة فريدة بعرض الأخبار و الشروحات و المواضيع .. اذ أنه يوفرها بطريقة سلسة و سهلة الفهم على كل زائر .. حيث يمكن لكل زائر الاستفادة من كل مقال يقرأه بالتأكيد حيث أن كل الشروحات في الموقع... read more

Independence Movement (Lebanon)

The ''Independence Movement'' (''Harakat Al-Istiklal'' known also as ''Al Haraka'') (''Arabic'':حركة اللإستقلال) is a neoconservative and secularist Lebanese political party based in Zgharta (Lebanon), founded in 2006 by Michel René Moawad, son of slain Lebanese President René Moawad and MP and first lady Nayla Moawad.The movement is part of the anti-Syrian Qornet Shehwan Gathering and the March 14 Alliance.In the 2005-2009 it had 3 Maronite MPs for the Zgharta District in the Lebanese... read more

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Reporting statistics of link news.google.com; 1 records.# 05:18:32, Fri Feb 08, 2008 :en:user:24.240.43.55 news.google.com (0%/0%/0% - Added link: news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&ct=:epkh8bm9eylrdiob1ezz3g--k2yvzshtdky4cxgaqxio0q/1-0&fp=47abf21aacca78fc&ei=ptorr9mzkit8-whm7kg-aq&url=http%3a//mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/191119.php&cid=1127222027&sig2=dgpn0epgjm-rlszzraqj-q (Monitored rule: \bmypetjawa\.mu\.nu - reason for monitoring \bmypetjawa\.mu\.nu: Link is blacklisted on User:AntiSpamBot2.) - :en:FBI_Most_Wanted_Terrorists... read more

Shabab Libya

Shabab Libya (alternatively written as shabablibya), also known as the Libyan Youth Movement (Arabic: حركة ليبيا), or LYM for short, is a Libyan Facebook group started in February 2011 to spread awareness on planned protests (17 February) across the country. As the uprising began, the Libyan Youth Movement provided news, images and videos in real time across the world and acted as a unified voice for the Libyan people.Members of the movement used Twitter as well as Facebook and YouTube... read more

Bahrain Freedom Movement

Bahrain Freedom Movement (Arabic: حركة أحرار البحرين الإسلامية) is a London-based Bahraini opposition group which has its headquarters in a north London mosque. Its main mouthpiece is the Voice of Bahrain website which was blocked for several years by Batelco, Bahrain's sole Internet service provider, on orders from the Ministry of Information.The BFM played a leading role in the 1990s uprising in Bahrain.It is led by Said Al Shehabi, who was formerly a member of Bahrain's... read more

Sudan Liberation Movement/Army

The Sudan Liberation Movement/Army or (Arabic: حركة تحرير السودان, ''Ḥarakat Taḥrīr Al-Sūdān'') (abbreviated as either SLM or SLA) is a Sudanese rebel group. It was founded as the Darfur Liberation FrontFlint, Julie and De Waal, Alexander (2008) ''Darfur: A New History of a Long War'' Zed Books, London, p. 90, ISBN 978-1-84277-949-1 by members of three indigenous ethnic groups in Darfur, the Fur, the Zaghawa and the Masalit among whom were the leaders Abdul Wahid al Nur of... read more

Private militias in Iraq

The term militia in contemporary Iraq refers to armed groups that fight on behalf of or as part of the Iraqi government, the Mahdi Army and Badr Organization being two of the biggest. Many predate the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, but some have emerged since, such as the Facilities Protection Service. Since the 2014 collapse of the Iraqi army in the North of Iraq in the face of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and the fatwa by the Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani calling for jihad or ''hashad shaabi''... read more

Islamic Socialist Party

The Islamic Socialist Party is a Sudanese political party. It was first founded in March 1949 under the name of Islamic Liberation Front حركة التحرير الاسلامي by Babiker Karrar, then a student of law at the University of Khartoum. The party spread amongst University of Khartoum and secondary school students. It was a revivalist Islamic movement with a tendency of locality and nationality.In 1951, the front's candidates won the elections to the leadership of the University of Kartoum... read more

Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Language/2011 April 27

==Salvador, Bahia==This article says Salvador's (Portuguese) historical "long name" is São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos, which it defines as San Savior of All Saints' Bay. This seems like an almost-certainly flawed and/or inaccurate translation. If "São" is indeed the equivalent of the Spanish "San," than it obviously begins with Holy Savior. "Bahia de Todos os Santos" obviously means 'bay of all saints' or All Saints' Bay. That would simply mean (City of the) Holy Savior of the bay of... read more

Fatah al-Intifada

Fatah al-Intifada (Arabic, ''Fatah Uprising'', فتح الانتفاضة) is a Palestinian militant faction founded by Col. Said al-Muragha, better known as 'Abu Musa'. The group is often referred to as the 'Abu Musa Faction'. Officially it refers to itself as the Palestinian National Liberation Movement - "Fatah" ("حركة التحرير الوطني الفلسطيني - "فتح), the identical name of the major Fatah movement. Fatah al-Intifada is not part of the PLO.===Rupture with PLO===Originally... read more

Abu'l-Barakāt al-Baghdādī

Abu'l-Barakāt Hibat Allah ibn Malkā al-Baghdādī (; c. 1080 – 1164 or 1165 CE) was an Islamic philosopher and physician of Jewish descent from JewishBaghdad, Iraq . Abu'l-Barakāt, an older contemporary of JewishBaghdad, IraqMaimonides , was originally known by his Hebrew birth name Nathanel ben Ali.His writings include the anti-Aristotelian philosophical work ''Kitāb al-Muʿtabar'' ("The Book of What Has Been Established by Personal Reflection"); a philosophical commentary on the Kohelet;... read more

Movement of Society for Peace

The Movement for the Society of Peace ( Arabic : ''Harakat mujtama' as-silm'' حركة مجتمع السلم, formerly called Hamas حماس, French : ''Mouvement de la société pour la paix'') is an FrenchIslamist party in FrenchIslamistAlgeria , led until his 2003 death by FrenchIslamistAlgeriaMahfoud Nahnah . Its current leader is FrenchIslamistAlgeriaMahfoud NahnahBouguerra Soltani . It is aligned with the international FrenchIslamistAlgeriaMahfoud NahnahBouguerra SoltaniMuslim Brotherhood... read more

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