Al Fatah

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Al Fatah:

see Arafat, YasirArafat, Yasir or Yasser
, 1929–2004, leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the coordinating body for Palestinian organizations, and head of Al Fatah, the largest group in the PLO.
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; Palestine Liberation OrganizationPalestine Liberation Organization
(PLO), coordinating council for Palestinian organizations, founded (1964) by Egypt and the Arab League and initially controlled by Egypt.
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Wadi Al Fatah includes rocks of various shapes and colours, including the spotless white rocks that are surrounded by high mountains.
Sheikh Hamad bin Said al-Sa'edi said: "Wadi Al Fatah is characterized, especially in some months of the year by the arrival of various types of migratory birds, which take a break station for some days and may be up to weeks.
He pointed out that the town of "Al Fatah" where the valley is located, is characterized by many beautiful elements and ecological diversity.
On similar grounds, Dalia is filming the last scenes of her other new cinema film "Zai Al Hawa" (Like The Air) which is created by Ahmad Abed Al Fatah and directed by Akram Farid.
It was Al Fatah, the guerilla group Arafat helped found twenty-five years ago.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Pro-government forces in Syria's Aleppo province are marching on terrorist-held regions in the key city, inflicting major loss and casualties on Jeish al Fatah terrorists in well-concerted advances from the South and Northeast.