Abd Al-Karim

Abd Al-Karim

 

Born 1881 or 1882; died Feb. 7, 1963, in Cairo. Leader of the rebellious Rif tribes in Morocco.

From 1910 to 1915, Abd al-Karim was a teacher, then a judge, in Melilla. In 1915 he was imprisoned by the Spanish colonial rulers for his appeals to fight for liberation; he was freed in 1916. In 1919 he fled to the mountains. From 1921 to 1926, al-Karim led the Rifs’ fight for freedom, first against the Spaniards and, after 1925, against the French colonialists as well. From 1921 to 1926, al-Karim was president (emir) of the Rif republic. In 1926 he was forced to surrender to the French and was deported to Réunion. In May 1947 he was permitted to sail to France upon the condition that he refrain from political activity. He jumped ship in Port Said and settled in Cairo, where he headed the Committee for the Liberation of the Arabian Maghrib from 1948 to 1956.

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We Have Buried the Past , by 'Abd al-karim Ghallab, tr.
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In an affidavit to B'Tselem fieldworker Abd al-Karim Sa'di on 4.2.2018, Inas described what happened next: I ran to the door to ask for help and then I saw soldiers standing at the top of the stairs leading to our house.
The statement identified them as Salah al-Hamouri, Mousa Fatafta, Abd al-Karim Shuyukhi, Ali Qarain, Muhammad Sbeih, Luay Mousa, and Manal Shweiki.
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Among the killed terrorists was Abd al-Karim Wali and Mustafa Mastto.
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Among the dead were Bilal Abd Al-Karim Najim, Abd Al-Karim Najim, Ahmad Abd Al-Karim Najim, Raghad Najim, and Suha Najim.
In contrast the Sharh Usul al-khamsa, published in 1965 by 'Abd al-Karim 'Uthman and attributed to 'Abd al-Jabbar (d.
He added that they will also discuss a meeting he held last week with Iraqi Oil Minister Abd al-Karim Luaibi.
In May 2011, Zayzafuna's Deputy Chairman Abd Al-Karim Ziyada stated on PA TV that the PA funds the magazine to the tune of 10,000 shekels ($2,700) per month.
Iraqi Electricity Minister Abd al-Karim Aftan revealed there is a $384 million difference between the two countries in the calculation of the value of Iranian electricity exported to Iraq, the Majlis news agency ICANA reported.