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Al Borak

white horse Muhammad rode to the seven heavens. [Islam: Leach, 172]
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Al Borak

horse who carried Muhammad from Mecca to Jerusalem overnight. [Muslim Tradition: Walsh Classical, 13–14]
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Omara said that the company produced about 80 tractors last year as a pilot phase, after the production line in China stopped, noting that El Buraq is an agent for Dfam tractors in Egypt.
Al Buraq wall, is part of the holy Muslim shrine Al Haram Al Sharif, where Muslim's believe the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) tied his flying horse when he flew from Saudi Arabia to Jerusalem.
Pier Convertino rode AJS Buraq to a five-length victory ahead of Abeah, under Adrie de Vries, while TM Majid Texas finished third.
On January 29, the Buraq Air on its official website confirmed that some team members are missing since the hotel attack.
The French national is reported to have been working for Libya's Buraq Air.
Buraq Kamal al-Nuaimi, from the Institute of Public Administration presented and overview on the methodology used in the manual and presented some samples of the job cards.
They included Libya's Buraq Air, Tarhan & Tower Airlines from Turkey and AirAsia from Malaysia.
A partial breakdown of flights handled by Shorooq during 2012 is as follows: Tunisair 1,601; Turkish Airlines 1,477; Buraq Air 1,177; Oil service flights 1,160; Egyptair 1,054; Royal Jordanian 677.
The Buraq Air Boeing 737 was a few miles from the capital's airport when the incident occurred early in the evening.
The artist informs that they are based on a mythical animal called Buraq - traditionally that carried the Holy Prophet (PBUH) from Mecca to Jerusalem and back on the event of Mi'raj in the 7th century.
ISTANBUL, Feb 23, 2011 (TUR) -- A passenger plane of the Libyan Buraq Air brought 169 Turkish people to Istanbul.
AJW Aviation, Buraq Air, Boeing AJW Aviation expanded its power-by-the-hr.