Yasser Arafat

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Noun1.Yasser Arafat - Palestinian statesman who was chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (1929-2004)
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Then there's Recycle on October 17, which puts the audience in the shoes of Abu Ammar, a deeply religious Jordanian man who struggles to support his two wives and eight children, as his income is collecting discarded cardboard for sale to a recycling plant.
Commander of Ajnad al-Sham Abu Al-Bara Ta'oum, in a statement, once again voiced his group's alliance to Ahrar al-Sham and its commander Abu Ammar.
Wafa Abu Ammar was at work when the terrible phone call arrived.
In the meantime, local sources in al-Bukamal city said the terrorist Abu Ammar al-Iraqi, an official within ISIS, was killed in the city, in addition to Abu Sayyaf Hasarat.
He (Abbas) is not qualified to make accusations and he personally is in the circle of accusation and the sole beneficiary of Abu Ammar disappearance," Dahlan wrote, referring to Arafat by his nickname.
Friday, 11 November 2016, will mark the 12th memory of the death of the late Palestinian president Yasser Arafat, AKA Abu Ammar.
According to Cihan, 47-year-old Acypayam, also known as Abu Ammar, moved to Syria a year ago with his wife and four children.
Ernie's activist connections had produced invitations to interview the leading stars of Middle Eastern politics at the time: Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser and Palestinian revolutionary leader Abu Ammar, later to be more popularly known by his other alias Yasser Arafat.
According to a statement today, that 23 terrorists, including the so- called Abu Ammar al-Kuwaiti official media of the so-called Wilayat al-Furat .
ISIS said in a statement that one of its suicide bombers, identified as Abu Ammar al-Najdi, carried out the attack using an explosives-laden belt that killed or wounded 250 people, U.
Popularly known as Abu Ammar, Arafat "exercised a personal charisma but he didn't know how to delegate, to build institutions or plan for the future," said Karim Bitar of the Paris-based Institute for International and Strategic Relations.

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