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Abdelkader

(ˌæbdʊlˈkɑːdə)
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(Biography) ?1807–83, Algerian nationalist, who resisted the French invasion of Algeria and established (1837) an independent state. He surrendered to the French in 1847
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The most high-profile defection, however, from the latter to the former was that of Abd al-Qadir Mu'min, a prominent al-Shabaab preacher and religious authority previously based in the Golis Mountains in northern Somalia, along with an unknown number of rank-and-file fighters in late October 2015.
General Abd al-Qadir Mohammed Zeen -- National Service Coordinator:
Governor Abd al-Qadir Ali Hilil (left with box) presents a stereo to the winner of a Qur'an-memorizing competition (in the center with white headdress) in 1999.
The legendary Palestinian commander Abd al-Qadir al-Husseini fought his last battle, leading a successful counterattack.
Topics of the 300 plus entries include Abd al-Qadir, Bacon's Rebellion, Crazy Horse, the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Frente Sandinista de Liberacion, Julius Caesar, the Palestine Liberation Organization, the Taiping Rebellion, and the Seminole Wars.
The Prince travelled by horse and camped, and these images document his journey and the figures he met, such as the Algerian freedom fighter, Abd al-Qadir.
He said that Iranian musician Abd al-Qadir al-Maraghi's Maqasid al-Alhan (Purports of Music) was one of the most interesting pieces to be sold in the auction.
lt;p>The statement added "The Magistrate Court of Ar Ramadi issued a warrant for Abd al-Qadir Afan Qafe's arrest after his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting of an Iraqi Army Soldier in 2006 and the shooting of a U.
With the help of Madame Soheir Abd al-Qadir, my vice president, we put a system that can run on its own for years to come.
A number of expeditions were necessary before all of Algeria was pacified and the romanticized fighter-scholar Abd al-Qadir was captured.
In pursuing this more reserved line within the jihad movement, Hattab claimed the mantel of Abd al-Qadir Shabbuti, a well-known Salafi and first commander of the AIS, who issued a fatwa that violence should accord primacy to a military rationale and not target civilians.
However, some 120 YSP officials were released in April this year, and former southern figures have made it to cabinet positions, including the current Foreign Minister, Abd al-Qadir Bagammal and the former Prime Minister Faraj Bin Ghanim, who resigned in May.