Bani Hasan

Bani Hasan

(bä`nē häsän`), village, E central Egypt, on the Nile near Al Minya. There are 39 tombs, carved out of solid rock in the XII dynasty of ancient Egypt. The name is also spelled Beni Hasan.
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cAjarma Arabic (Palva 1976), Bani Hasan Arabic (Irshied 1984), cAbbadi Arabic (Sakarna 1999), and Wadi Mousa Arabic (Huneety 2015) follow a fixed-stress system where stress is rule-governed.
The phonology of Bani Hasan Arabic, a Bedouin Jordanian dialect.
Naif now visits a refugee camp called Bani Hasan where he receives psychological support from Save the Children.
He added: "In the end, I gave up and returned to Bani Hasan IDP camp.
Objectives Provide wastewater services for the locality Manshiyyet Bani Hasan up to 2025.
Description WAJ undertook a design study for proposed systems in Manshiyyet Bani Hasan.
The northern Jordanian poet Gassan Surur al-Sbaylat, born in al-Zarqa' in 1954 as the son of the paramount sheikh of the al-'Uwaysat section of the Bani Hasan, now living in al-Mafraq, is a successful self-made businessman.
For example, to pull tribal votes, the IAF backed Salama al-'Assaf, a leader of his clan, in Amman's fifth district, and Bassam 'Umush from the Bani Hasan tribe in Zarqa'.