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Synonyms for Haifa

a major port in northwestern Israel

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Some Twitter users shared doctored versions of the cover photo swapping the face of Princess Hayfa with that of Loujain al-Hathloul, one of the detained activists.
DUBAI: Vogue Arabia has unveiled its June cover star as none other than Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah Al-Saud in celebration of the month that women in the country will be able to drive.
Chiha, Hayfa, Nadia Sbai Trabelsi, and Sarra Elleuch Hamza.
HAYFA (CyHAN)- It will be possible to export the Israeli gas to Europe through Turkey at least after four years, Israel's Consul-General in Istanbul Shai Cohen told the Hurriyet newspaper.
Also attending the meeting were the chairwoman of Businesswomen Club Reem Badran, Dignitaries House Member Hayfa Al Bashir, Businesswomen and Professions Forum's chairwoman Taghreed Al Nafeesi, alongside with several members of the Jordanian business delegation visiting Bahrain.
One book, 'Memories Are Chasing Me' had already been pulled out and the other seven to be taken off the shelves are biographies of Picasso, Shakespeare and Cleopatra, Hayfa Confesses, Midnight Crimes, My Conversation with My Son, and My Conversation with My daughter.
Thirteen bodies have been identified so far, Jawdat Tawfiq Ahmad Abu Jami, 24, Tawfiq Ahmad Abu Jami, 5, Hayfa Tawfiq Ahmad Abu Jami, 9, Yasmin Ahmad Salamah Abu Jami, 25, Suheila Bassam Abu Jami, Shahinaz Walid Muhammad Abu Jami, one-year-old, Rayan Abu Jami, 9, an elderly woman Fatima Abu Jami.
"We are excited to be selected to participate in Art Dubai," said gallery managing director and curator Hayfa Al Jishi.
Al-Shadokhi mentioned six female prisoners on charges of being linked to Al-Qaeda by name, including Heyla Al-Qassir, Najwa Al-Saedi, Arwa Al-Baghdadi, Hanan Al-Samkri, Najla Al-Roomi, and Hayfa Al-Ahmadi.
He examines portrayals of race, class, and gender relations in the two short stories of "al-Intiqam al-raib" ("The Horrible Revenge"), by Hayfa Hashim, and "Min milaff imra'a" ("From a Woman's File"), by Layla al-Uthman, and the three novels of Wasmiyya takhruj min al-bahr (Wasmiyya Emerges from the Sea) also by al-Uthman; Mudhakkirat khadim (A Servant's Diary), by Tayyiba al-Ibrahim; and Muzun (Muzun), by Fawziyya Shuwaysh al-Salam, arguing that their respective heroines, representing the pre-oil generations of Kuwaiti women, are presented as resistant and/or revolutionary figures in a struggle against male social dominance, contrary to the common notion of stereotypical passivity and resistance.
Nancy Ajram, Hayfa Wahbi, Ragheb Alama, Rashed Al Majed, Miami Band, Samo Zain, Samira Said, Amr Mostafa and Esam Karika -- all of which are available to Zain Bahrain customers for as little as 0.400 Bahraini fils ($1.06) per download either billed to the customers accounts or deducted from the customers' credit.
"I had two children who had brain damage from birth," said Hayfa Shukur, 28.
The novel conducts a dialogue with one of the landmarks of Palestinian literature, 'A'id ila Hayfa (Returning to Haifa) (1969) by Ghassan Kanafani (1936-72).