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Synonyms for Hamas

a militant Islamic fundamentalist political movement that opposes peace with Israel and uses terrorism as a weapon

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"The system is state-of-the-art for real-time service management and performance monitoring, ensuring the efficient delivery of waste management, city cleaning and other environmental services," said Dr Abu Al Fateh.
Al Fateh stressed the need to expedite the revamp of houses whose contracts had been signed, it added.
According to Tradearabia, HRH Prime Minister was later briefed by Khalaf on the ministry's operational procedures for Al Fateh Street development project, as well as the preliminary procedures, hiring contractors and consulting companies and preparing tender documents for the implementation of the project.
Muslim Ali took his second trophy of the day by securing third on Al Fateh Pascal with a time of 35.72.
We will try our best to find good attacking options and we must concentrate on defence at the same time as Al Fateh are a good side."
The opposition in September pulled out and the other three components attempted to continue the talks, but on Wednesday, Al Fateh said that it was suspending its participation.
Summary: FameLab Libya hosted its national final at Al Fateh University's Engineering Faculty on Tuesday 16 March.
Summary: Al Fateh University in Tripoli, recently hosted the Mitsubishi Corporation inauguration and handover ceremony of a solar power generation demonstration system in the Libyan capital.
Tokyo, Oct 5, 2009 - (JCN) - Al Fateh University has hosted the Mitsubishi Corporation inauguration and handover ceremony of a solar power generation demonstration system in Tripoli.
MANAMA's coastline could be in line for major development, with news that Al Fateh Corniche had been earmarked for a revamp.
10 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales today visited Bahrain's largest place of worship, the Grand Al Fateh Mosque.
Korangi Al Fateh 114/8 in 20 (Fahad Akbar 28, Muhammad Khalid 15, Wasim Akhtar 4/22 Junaid Mansoor Ahmed 4/29, Junaid Khan 2-7) United Sports 115/2 in 14.5 overs (Hassan Javed 52, Muhammad Ali 45, Zeeshan Aziz 2/22).
In the second match of the night, Al Fateh defeated their fellow countrymen Al Shabab through a single goal scored by Doris Salumo in the 47th minute.