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(Other Non-Christian Religions) a member of an Iranian religious sect practising a modern version of Zoroastrianism
(Other Non-Christian Religions) of, relating to, or characterizing the Gabar sect or its beliefs
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Rana Ebrahim Gabar Image Credit: Courtesy: Roadstar Riyaz Mar Gul Image Credit: Courtesy: Roadstar By Maria Botros, Staff Reporter
Abdel Gabar was one of the candidates that ran against the candidate of the ruling Congress Party (NCP) during the presidential race last April.
Giath Surji, the media official of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) said in press statement that the elements of the terrorist organization Daash attacked from several directions Gabar village west of Sinjar and blew up the shrine of / Guba Sheikh Hassan /.
A judge was commissioned on Sunday to investigate judges Hisham Raouf, from Cairo's Appeal Court and former Justice Minister's assistant, and Assem Abdel Gabar, deputy head of the Cassation Court, over their participation in a proposed draft law against torture.
All members and their bios are available on the Georgia State Bar's website, GABar.
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Provincial Labour Minister also announced setting up of industries in Jandola, Gabar, Darazanda and other marginalized areas of the FRs so as to provide employment opportunities to the jobless tribal youth and bring them in the main stream of life.
Three Afghan and several Pakistani militants from the North Waziristan tribal region were killed in the overnight raid in the Gabar area of Musakhel district, the deputy police chief said.
Hesham Gabar, head of the Egypt's Chamber of Diving and Water Sports.
However on Thursday, the EFI has told the sports ministry that Gabar had tested positive for ' blood protozoa'.