chebab


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a Palestinian juvenile 10-15 years old who fights against the Israelis

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Palestinian chebab doing battle with their homespun weaponry against the
Sweets include Chebab and the Luqeymat, a deep-fried ball of pancake batter doused in date syrup.
If the state of disintegration persisted in the country in general, and in state institutions in particular, it would ruin all reconciliation efforts," Chebab said.
Both Bou Habib and Chebab warned of security risks if state and constitutional institutions remained crippled.
Harith Chebab, secretary-general of the Islamic-Christian National Dialogue Committee, dispelled fears of a military explosion in Lebanon over the Cabinet and election law deadlock.
Any [military] flare-up in Lebanon will have reverberations throughout the entire region, which is already sitting on a volcano boiling," Chebab, who represents the Maronite Church in the dialogue committee, told The Daily Star.
The patriarch was making efforts to prevent the country's drift toward a confrontation or a vacuum," Chebab said.
If no deal is reached on a vote law, Chebab said, lawmakers will extend Parliament's mandate for six months, renewable for another six months.
Harith Chebab, secretary-general of the Islamic-Christian National Dialogue Committee, said the pope's visit sent out a number of messages, but mainly served to reassure Christians of their presence in the Middle East despite instability and sectarian violence gripping the region.
The pope told Christians to maintain their effective presence that interacts with their Muslim brothers," Chebab, who represents the Maronite Church in the dialogue committee, told The Daily Star.
As for a political solution in Lebanon, a solution entailing effective Christian participation in the country is an indicator of solutions in the Arab world," added Chebab, a former head of the Maronite League.
Dans le contexte de l'enchevetrement des crises regionales, marquees par l'aggravation de la situation securitaire en RD Congo, la quete eperdue d'un reglement negocie de la crise centrafricaine et le massacre collectif commis au Kenya par les Chebabs somaliens a l'Universite de Garissa (148 morts, dont 142 etudiants), l'etincelle burundaise fait craindre un risque d'embrasement generalise.
Les principales personnalites etrangeres a etre passees par la place de la liberation depuis fevrier 2011 sont entre autres le senateur americain John McCain, le Premier ministre britannique, David Cameron, la Haute-Representante pour les Affaires etrangeres et la politique de securite de l'Union europeenne Catherine Ashton, le president du comite des Affaires etrangeres du Senat americain John Kerry, actuellement nomme secretaire d'Eetat des Eetats-Unis en remplacement de Hillary Clinton, qui egalement y etait en mars 2011, dont les chebabs (les jeunes dits de la revolution) ont refuse de rencontrer, a cause de l'attitude ambigE-e et changeante des Eetats-Unis pendant la revolution.