dervish

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an ascetic Muslim monk

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You are trying to prove that Ezz is the father but you know that kids born out of wedlock cannot be attributed to a father's name," Darwish told Zeina during the hearing, as seen on celebrity gossip show "ET Bil Arabi.
Mazen Darwish shares the PEN Pinter prize with India-born British novelist Salman Rushdie.
A subsidiary of Darwish Holding, Darwish Technology has provided the state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment for Lusail Multipurpose Hall that comprise the main scoreboards and LED ribbons in the main arena.
Darwish also stated that she could not understand the reason behind Erdoy-an's harsh criticism of the faith-based Hizmet movement inspired by US-based Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len.
Darwish said that the group had launched three new brands targeting three types of guests, namely Jannah, Andalus and Jannah Place.
PESHAWAR -- Iran Councillor General in Peshawar Hasan Darwish Wind said that some unidentified foreign elements were involved in terrorist activities in Pakistan and they did not want to see a prosperous and peaceful country.
They were organising illegal rallies and performing stunts on the roads and caused chaos and panic among other motorists," Col Bin Darwish said.
Darwish added that the investment plan for the current fiscal year stands at EGP 460m.
Inaugurating the showroom, Darwish said, "This showroom is one of the most unique retail outlets in Oman with the Tiles, Baths and Kitchens concept and once again reiterates our commitment.
Darwish also serves as Dubai CEO and Secretary General of the UAE's AAA, a body tasked with the promotion and development of the accounting profession in the country.
Haitham Darwish gestures toward the rock to the right where the two fishermen have settled.
Darwish said: Negotiations are still ongoing, we hope to be able to finalise them in the coming few months.
BEIRUT: In different circumstances, Mahmoud Darwish (1941-2008) would be recognized as a great poet.
Langer noted that much of Darwish's work "has been translated to Hebrew to an Israeli readership," and that Darwish himself was familiar with Hebrew literature.
He expressed his utmost admiration in the presence of the absent one and expressed his relief that the Palestinian people had given Darwish an honorable farewell.