We met on Saturday afternoon, July 8, , to drive to the old city of Beersheba, to rummage through memories and perhaps also a bit to change them. Two buses — one from Tel Aviv and one from Jaffa, Ramle, and Lod — drove southward, to the place where most of the refugees now under the Israeli offensive in Gaza came from. About men and women gathered in the courtyard of what was once an active mosque for Muslims from Bir al-Seba and the surrounding area. Today the mosque is dormant, looks neglected, and the municipality refuses to permit its use for prayer.
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Concerning Mr. Same text as paragraph 1 of opinion No. The Working Group regrets that the Government did not provide it with the requested information, despite repeated invitations to do so. The Working Group believes that it is in a position to render an opinion on the facts and circumstances of the case. Same text as paragraph 3 of opinion No.
In terms of Ihsan. Despite being his own Islamic opposition to the use of fiqh in religious speculation, which is very different from the Qur'an and the Sunnah built on Muhammad's thoughts and customs of life, his views have been widely accepted. Al-Sha'bi was of the leading Muslim chronicler who focused on narratives on the Islamic history discipline of Maghazi expeditions and conquests. His narrations are scattered in many books. His narration style were greatly religious driven.
In the first part of the interview, Turk recounted his vast experience on the pitch, particularly his struggle against racism by fans. Not only is Turk the first Arab soccer superstar in Israel but he is also a man with deep political and social involvement and has served on the Tel-Aviv Jaffa City Council. In recent years he has participated in sports education programs in Jaffa's tougher neighborhoods, where kids grow up in conditions similar to the ones in which he was raised, though he was able to get out. We take his car for a drive through his bi-national hometown that is slowly transforming right before his eyes. Its houses are being increasingly populated by Jews who push Arabs out.