Ouezzane

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Ouezzane

or

Wazzan

(both: wäzän`), town, N Morocco. It is a sacred city, the seat of an important Muslim brotherhood.

Ouezzane

 

a city in southwestern Morocco, in the province of Kenitra. Located on the southwestern slopes of the Rif Mountains, in an agricultural region where olives, grapes, and grains are grown. Population, 33,300 (1971). Ouezzane is a trade and handicraft center. Vegetable oil and flour are produced locally.

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Arab Palestinian Shopping centres (Bravo) launched its new shopping centre in Beit Wazan, Nablus, to augment its share in the Palestinian market.
Israeli army claimed that the man, who was identified as Jihad Saeed, 48, from the village of Beit Wazan near Nablus, had attempted to stab soldiers manning the checkpoint, before they shot him dead, WAFA reported.
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Manama, Aug 14 (BNA) General Director of Guards at the Interior Ministry, Brigadier Khalid Al Wazan announced on Thursday the launched of an innovative programme of crime prevention and security seminars in partnership with private sector businesses later this month.
A common complaint was hun wazan uthanay day naal dard (lifting anything heavy now gives me pain), a significant issue for those involved in manual labor.
but after the accident, I hate all the Army," said Salihee's widow, Raghad al Jabar al Wazan, also a medical doctor.
Ummul Qura University Rector Adnan Bin Mohammad Wazan announced the decision to confer on Prince Salman an honorary doctorate on the occasion.
Had to miss a recent engagement here at the 11th hour, but has been moving nicely in his work on the Al Bahathri Polytrack and fancied to step up on his last effort over 7f here in November, when beaten only a neck by Wazan, with the 1m expected to be in his favour.
Wazan said he received a call several weeks ago from a man claiming to represent an insurgent group.
It was a world which had its eccentrics, like Cockney Emily, the Sherifa of Wazan who, when asked in old age to explain her hold over the unpredictable Sherif, replied, 'I talk to him dearie, and make 'im feel comfy; it's all very well, these local girls, they're very beautiful, but they've no conversation at all, nothing between the ears, they've no idea 'ow to make things 'omely'.