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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The Fayez and Bani Hasan tribes, for example, are two of the most powerful, with Fayez tribesmen leading several of Jordan's ministries and maintaining a strong presence in its Parliament while the Bani Hasan tribe is likely the country's largest.
The three children and the women were injured when the aggression warship shelled Om al-Dhab village in al-Maghareba Ezlah Bani Hasan Abs district in Hajjah province, said the official.
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.
[sup.c] Ajarma Arabic (Palva 1976), Bani Hasan Arabic (Irshied 1984), [sup.c] Abbadi Arabic (Sakarna 1999), Jordanian Arabic (al Jarrah 2002, 2011), [sup.c] Ammani Arabic (al-Wer 2007), Wadi Ramm Arabic (Mashaqba 2015), Wadi Mousa Arabic (Huneety 2015).
The phonology of Bani Hasan Arabic, a Bedouin Jordanian dialect.
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 total population to be served is about 8,350 (2012), which is 3% of the total governorate population.
The corpus of this most interesting study consists of forty-one poems orally composed by five Bedouin poets, two of them from southern Jordan (al-Huwaytat, al-Hagaya), one from northern Jordan (Bani Hasan) and two from the Sinai Peninsula (Tarabin, Tayaha).
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'.