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Naguib . born 1911, Egyptian novelist and writer, author of the trilogy of novels Bain al-Kasrain (1945--57). His novel Children of Gebelawi (1959) was banned by the Muslim authorities in Egypt. Nobel prize for literature 1988
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No details surrounding the case have been released, but the hearing also imposed a PS500 fine and a two-year ban on Mahfuz - 18 months of which has been suspended.
Jordan's Mahfuz said in his remarks during the forum that Turkey should lead the way for solutions in the problems of the Islamic world.
Mahfuz stated that the move to suspend Azrul gave out the message that neither the bank nor Tabung Haji were concerned about the interests of the bank customers.
Mahfuz Ali Qaderi, who works as an investor in Dubai said: "When I decided to start a business here, at the same time I wanted to admit my 14-year-old son in Dubai.
The high point of the evening was an animated discussion steered by Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley, who exchanged his regulation white kurta- pajama for natty formals, senior journalist Vinod Mehta, Mahfuz Anam, editor of the Dhaka newspaper, Daily Star , and of course Nayar.
The figure includes "$405 million for salaries, compared to 298 million in the budget last year," Ismail Mahfuz of the Hamas finance ministry said.
Today the names of young bloggers like Israa Abdel Fatah and Asmaa Mahfuz ring a bell, they are known for their determination and political awareness.
Above right, Erfan with his chums at Ton-Yr-Ywen Primary School and, below right, with his best friend Mahfuz PICTURES: Liz Pearce
Mahfuz was questioned Aug 14 for "speaking inappropriately about the military council and for using defamatory and offensive insults against the council on Facebook and Twitter", the official MENA news agency reported.
A local official, Mahfuz Faraa, said the fighting was the "most violent" since May, when Zinjibar, the capital of Abyan province, fell to armed men claiming to represent the "Partisans of Shariah," a group linked to Al-Qaeda.
The complete list of winners are:Tasneem Khurshid, Sami Dridi, Mahfuz Uzzaman, Sekar Moorthy Krishna, Margery Reyes, Queene Tamidles, Mishleen Mansour, Farnoor Devachi, Delia Agno, Perea Marivic and Heba Aikarooni
The top achievers honoured were Syful Islam, Naheem Kabir, Afrana Akter, M D Safwan, M D Ehsan, Ummey Hani, Mohammed Abu Ahmed, Mahfuj Ahmed Monir, Nuri Begum, Shayma Ashraf, Mohammed Mahfuz and Abu Faisal.