Abd al-Qadir

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Abd al-Qadir:

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, c.1807–1883, Algerian military and religious leader. Although born to an anti-Turkish family, he was chosen emir of Mascara to fight the French invaders who had just defeated the Turks.
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Emir Abd el-Kader (aged 57), born in Maskara (Province of Oran, Algeria), Paris 1865 on display at the Lourve Abu Dhabi on 23rd April, 2019.
Director General of the General Establishment for cables' industries, Abd El-Kader Qaddour told SANA that the suffering of the establishment during the years of the crisis has been embodied through the inability to import the materials that are used in the industry of the cables like the copper, aluminum, plastics and a number of machines, not to mention the difficulty in transferring the money.
This crop plays an important role in human diet due to the supply of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins (Abd El-Kader et al., 2010).
Abd El-Kader continued that her family refused her participation in the pottery school, but she stubbornly opposed her family`s refusal and continued at the pottery school of Bourdreau, becoming the first student at that time in the school.
Abd el-Kader, Paris, Presses de la Renaissance, 2004.
EDF President Yehia Abd el-Kader stated that this tournament is one of the strongest competitions organized by the federation and is characterized by the participating players' high level of technical skill.
For that service and for the kindness and civility he showed to captured French soldiers in Algeria, Abd el-Kader has been dubbed by Marston as a "compassionate warrior." Obviously smitten with her subject, Marston presents his life as a great romantic adventure, and writes in a flowery, flowing style that harkens back to a bygone era in literature.
"The Compassionate Warrior: Abd el-Kader of Algeria" by award-winning children's author Elsa Marston is the 184 page biography of a 19th Century leader, an Arab hero who led the fight in Algeria against opposing French forces.
Emir Abd el-Kader: Hero and Saint of Islam provides a fine biography of an Algerian Islamic Sufi leader who was a warrior and negotiator with the French who also defended the religious minorities in the Ottoman Empire.
Alain Messaoudi, "Tradaire une pensee musulmune: Dugat et 'Le Livre d'Abd El-Kader'" [155-175]
Commander of the Faithful: The Life and Times of Emir Abd el-Kader, A Story of True Jihad, by John W.
A writer like Prosper Merimee could have made much of the story of Abd el-Kader, the Algerian national hero, but chose his Corsican Colomba instead.