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Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda (born in 1957)

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A spokesperson of the Saudi Binladen Group confirmed the payments were made, but refused to provide further details,
The Binladen company had managed massive construction works at Mecca.
A client of the Saudi Binladen Group and partner of Lafarge, MEKA, presented to the Doha Metro project its renewed product a stationary concrete batching plant MEKA MB-180W (180 mA/h).
In the Supersport category, Abdulaziz Binladen grabbed the pole position in both races.
It will be built by the Dubai-based Middle East Development LLC, owned by Saudi businessman Sheikh Tarek Binladen, and will cost an estimated $1 billion (800 million euros), he added.
Qalaa Holdings has developed a state-of-the-art plant that serves domestic and international markets," said Saleh Binladen, chairman of CPC, Saudi Arabia's largest manufacturer of building materials.
Kingdom Holding Co, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's investment company, and partners including tower builder Saudi Binladen Group are trying to arrange funding after investing $2.
BinLaden, a founder of al Qaeda, was killed by US forces in May 2011 at this hideout inPakistan.
Starting ninth on the 16-car grid, Al Khalifa had a tight midfield battle on his hands with Denmark's Christina Nielsen and Saudi Falcons Faisal Binladen to finish in the top six.
850s behind lead for fourth place, ahead of Saudi Falcons' Faisal Binladen with a fifth place gap of 26.
However, Burj Khalifa and Sky-high City will both be surpassed by Jeddah's 1km tall Kingdom Tower, which is being developed by backers including Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud's Kingdom Holding Company and Saudi Binladen Group.
In August last year it was announced that the Saudi Binladen Group had been contracted as the main
Sharing driving duties with Hurtgen will be top Saudi drivers Abdulaziz Al Faisal, Faisal Binladen and German ace Jorg Muller.
The order forms part of the total contract for the terminal - due to open in 2014 - which was awarded to the Saudi Binladen Group, one of the largest contractors in the Middle East.
today there is a sense of dejEa vu as the kingdom's construction giant, Saudi Binladen Group, flexes its engineering expertise as one of the contractors for a new 2,400 kilometre north-South railway across the Kingdom's terrain.