Jafar


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Noun1.Jafar - Indonesian terrorist and Islamic militant who commands the Laskar Jihad; uses violence to achieve political ends (1965-2000)
act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature; this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear
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Recently, Jafar received in Khartoum the guests of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques' Guests Program for Hajj and Umrah for this year's Hajj season.
Jafar isn't easily fooled and recognises the boy and goes after the prized possession using his black magic powers but, truth prevails and in the end, Alladin uses his final wish to set the genie free from his chains and Jafar ends up making his home trapped in the lamp much to his chagrin.
As a result, one passer-by identified as Jafar died while eight other persons including Arshad alias Achhi Pehlwan sustained injuries.
Meanwhile, the Sultan's chief adviser Jafar (Marwen Kenzari) plots to seize power using a magic lamp, which lies deep within a desert cave.
Indian expat Muhammad Jafar is a watchman - 'natoor' as it is known in the UAE - of a building in Abu Dhabi and says he remains on the job whether it is Ramadan or not.
At the evening, the director of the Jafar Jabbarli House-Museum Gamar Bagirova spoke about the life and creative activity of the writer.
Disney eventually cast Mena Massoud, an Egyptian-born Canadian actor, to play the titular character; Marwan Kenzari, a Dutch actor of Tunisian descent, to play Jafar; and Naomi Scott, of British and Indian descent, to play Princess Jasmine.
Kenzari is set to play Jafar in the "Aladdin" live-action movie.
Jafar said, adding that the concept stemmed from workwear used by many workers that is unsuitable for the hot and humid climate in the Gulf.
Now in his mid-eighties, Jafar reminisces with both pain and pride his journey to Pakistan as a teenager.
'The market opened positive and traded sideways in the initial hour,' said Jafar. 'However, strong selling in financials dented sentiments after United Bank Limited (UBL PA -4.51%) announced a poor half year result due to loan provision and a surprise Rs2 billion charge pertaining to the pensions fund.
The cheques relate to a $300 million loan issued by Jafar to Dubai-based Abraaj.