al-Fatah


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a Palestinian political and military organization founded by Yasser Arafat in 1958 to work toward the creation of a Palestinian state

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A potent new rebel coalition known as Jaish al-Fatah, or the Army of Conquest, backed by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, seized the capital of Idlib province late last month.
Al Raed increased their tally to16 points After Friday's matches, Al-Twon scraped past Al-Fatah by a solitary goal and climbed to the fourth position with 22 points.
The five groups namely Al-Fatah Group, Al-Hilal Group, Al-Itifaq Group, Muhaz Group and Pasban Group contested the polls.
They are charged with murder, attempted murder, violating Al-Fatah mosque, protesting, torching public and private properties, attacking security personnel, and possessing live weapons, birdshot firearms, and ammunition.
The groups together form the Army of Conquest, or Jaish Al-Fatah as it is also known.
The defendants were also charged with vandalising the Al-Fatah Mosque, located in Ramses Square, and of interrupting prayers there.
Al-Nasr reached the final after beating Saudi Professional League champion Al-Shabab 2-1 home and away (4-2 on aggregate) in the quarterfinals (only 8 teams took part in the championship), then knocked out Al-Fatah 2-1 on aggregate in the semifinals after beating it 2-0 at home game then losing the away game by a solitary goal.
LAHORE, January 14, 2012 (Balochistan Times): The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) has condemned sealing of Al-Fatah Store by the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) and demanded of the Punjab government to take notice of the unjustified step and order to reopen the store immediately.
Concentration centers of Jeish al-Fatah terrorists came under massive attack of the Syrian army, which not only left scores of the militants dead or wounded, but also destroyed a large number of their military hardware.
In a press statement, the SOHR said that opposition Al-Fatah Army, a coalition of mainly Islamist militant groups, continued its advance in Idlib countryside after wrestling control of several government forces bases and checkpoints in Jabal Al-Arbaeen town.
Charges against them include premeditated murder for terrorism purposes, assembling, vandalising public and private facilities, torching private property and cars, assaulting police forces, possessing firearms, obstructing traffic, and desecrating Al-Fatah Mosque, vandalising it and disrupting prayers inside the mosque, a statement by the prosecution said.
He told Arab News that more than 50 scholars would be working 24 hours a day for guidance and direction at the gates of King Abdul Aziz, Ajyad and Al-Fatah in addition to other areas inside the Grand Mosque.
A special four-Judge bench comprising Justice Javed Iqbal, Justice Mian Shakirullah Jan, Justice Tasadduq Hussain Jilani and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain resumed hearing of a number of pleas filed by Ministry of Religious Affairs, Hajj, Zakat, Usher, M/s Al-Raham Travels & Tours (Pvt) Ltd, Pak Qartaba Travels (Pvt) Ltd, Al-Fatah International Tours (Pvt) Ltd.
In this connection, he noted that PAYS opened in the last two weeks an indoor athletic complex at Al-Arabi SC and a swimming complex at Al-Sulaibkhat SC, and plans to open four major sports projects at Al-Tadamun, Al-Nasr, Kazma and Al-Fatah SCs in the coming 90 days.
The list of starting points includes Al-Nour in Abasseya, Al-Fatah in Ramses, Mustafa Mahmoud in Mohandessin and Al-Istiqama in Giza.