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afreet

or afrit gigantic jinn, powerful and malicious. [Muslim Myth.: Benét, 13]
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It) is indicative of its success, which could not have been possible without the cooperation and coordination from the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), Abu Dhabi Customs, and other security authorities," Al Afrit, who is also the chairman of the 2015 Adihex security committee, said.
Colonel Al Afrit said an allocated desk had been set up on site to help customers obtain a certificate of good conduct and criminal clearance report that are required to purchase weapons.
It was also signed by Colonel Hamid Al Afrit, Head of the Weapons and Explosives Department, representing the police; and Hamad Salim bin Kardous Al Ameri, Executive Director of the Public Services Department at the Investment Authority.
Colonel Hamid Al Afrit, head of the Weapons and Explosives Department at the Directorate General of the Security and Ports Affairs at Abu Dhabi Police, and chairman of Adihex Security, said: "We are keen to grant licenses for hunting weapons in a manner that ensures the ease and speed of delivery, and to educate collectors of these weapons.
Selon ses fondateurs (Naceureddine Afrit, Hicham Senoussi, des visages connus du paysage mediatique marocain), le lecteur marocain a besoin d'"un portail credible, complet, pour en faire une destination, celle qu'il visitera tous les jours ou toutes les fois qu'il aura besoin de s'informer".
291); illi yixaf min afrit yitla lu "mal nicht den Teufel an die Wand
It was signed by Colonel Hamid Al Afrit, Head of Weapons and Explosives department, representing the police; and Hamad Salim bin Kardous Al Ameri, Executive Director of the Public Services Department at the investment authority.
Colonel Hamid Al Afrit, head of the Weapons and Explosives Department at the Directorate General of the Security and Ports Affairs, called on parents to supervise their children's behaviour, and to consider the dangers of using fireworks while celebrating the Eid Al Fitr holiday.
Colonel Al Afrit said: "Family members bear the major responsibility in advising children to avoid using and sharing fireworks.