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jarrah

a widely planted Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus marginata, that yields a valuable timber
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In his delivered word, Minister Jarrah, thanked father Najm for this "valuable initiative that will create a state of awareness among the Lebanese about the dangers of Internet addiction."
BEIRUT: Information Minister Jamal Jarrah said Friday that according to the Energy Ministry's proposed power plan, Lebanon would be able to increase its energy output by 1,450 megawatts by the first few months of 2020.
Begum had been with Jarrah when he died but it was reported that no doctor was present.
On Tuesday, the Israeli High Court adjourned a hearing on the issue of the ownership of 15 dunums of land known as Karam al-Ja'ouni in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the heart of East Jerusalem.
Daoud Kuttab Former Mufti of Jerusalem Ekrima Sabri at the Shamasneh home in Sheikh Jarrah. (Waqf photo) AMMAN: Fahamiya Shamasneh, 75, and her ailing husband Ayoub, 84, have lived in the same house in East Jerusalem for more than 50 years.
Telecom Minister Jamal Jarrah said that the new price for a 4 megabit per second, unlimited DSL package is LL90,000 ($60) reports Lebanese daily, The Daily Star .
Karam Jarrah said he and his brother-in-law, Asem Dghem, were speaking Arabic when a man, now identified as 25-year-old Martin Roman, confronted them, Arab American News reported.
Rami Jarrah told the AP late Thursday via online messaging that he was detained while applying for a residence permit in Gaziantep.
Jarrah's a red-hot hit, both with interior and outdoor applications.
Inspired by real events, the film follows Ebrahim Jarrah (brilliantly played by Egyptian actor Khalid Nabawy) who wins the US Green Card lottery for a chance to become an American citizen.
Sheikh Mohamed Jarrah Al-Sabah, Chairman of Kuwait International Bank said revenues from fees and commissions were up 39 per cent.
Jarrah was to be sentenced to death, but the court reduced his verdict.