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Doorn

a town in the central Netherlands, in Utrecht province: residence of Kaiser William II of Germany from his abdication (1919) until his death (1941)
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The US-Israeli lobby were the main cause which coaxed me into producing the insulting film to distort Islam's face," van Doorn said in an interview with the Kuwait-based Arabic-language al-Rai newspaper on Tuesday.
Consequently, van Doorn perceives classical singers to be "outside in" singers.
With two full-length albums, numerous hit singles, remixes of the world's biggest artists, sold-out gigs in all major venues and international festivals and his own successful record label, DJ Doorn shows no signs of slowing down.
Bumblebee rearing industry faces many problems of high labor cost, low colony success rate in initiation and hibernation limiting economic benefits (Velthuis and van Doorn, 2006).
The frequency of occurrence can be rated on a five-point ordinal scale (0: never, 4: very often) (van Dixhoorn and Duivenvoorden 1985, van Doorn et al 1982).
You'll have the chance to just dance as Dutch EDM producer Sander Van Doorn hits the decks in Dubai's People by Crystal in Raffles Hotel the following night.
We also visit the post Great War home of the ex-Kaiser Wilhelm at Doorn.
We will also visit the site of the Rhine Crossings and the Reichswald Forest and visit the post-Great War home of the ex-Kaiser Wilhelm at Doorn.
Van Doorn (left) with son Iskander (right) at the Dubai Peace Convention.
The son of Arnoud van Doorn, the famous Dutch policy maker and distributor of an anti-Islam film Fitna that caused unrest in 2008, surprised the audiences at the three-day Dubai International Peace Convention by 
embracing Islam.
Van Doorn was a leading member of the rightist Freedom Party of Geert Wilders who produced "Fitna" film abusing the Prophet (peace be upon him).