Umar

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Umar

(ˈuːmɑː)
n
(Biography) a variant transliteration of the Arabic name for Omar
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According to al-Quds, the Israeli Central Court in Jerusalem issued a ruling seizing property worth of ILS 10 million belonging to the owners of the Imperial Hotel overlooking the Omar Bin al-Khattab Square near Jaffa Gate.
Bringing together representatives from the Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority and more than 70 students from various schools in Qatar -- including Qatar Leadership Academy, part of QF's Pre-University Education, Dukhan Primary Preparatory Secondary School for Girls , Omar bin Al-Khattab Secondary School for Boys, and Ali bin Jassim bin Mohammed Al-Thani Secondary Boys School -- the participants planted 30 trees.
"The Prophet Muhammad was the first to expand the mosque in 628, followed by Caliph Omar bin Al-Khattab in 638.
On Friday, scores of al-Nusra Front's members, including the commander of Omar bin al-Khattab Battalion, were killed in heavy clashes with the Syrian Army in Atman town in the Northern side of Dara'a city.
The terrorist organizations acknowledged on their social networking websites the death of a number of their members including what they called "Omar Bin al-Khattab Battalion leader" named Omar Saed al-Najjar.
And, the One to One Marbia Al Dammam also packs in 50 rooms, which is located by the Omar Bin Al-Khattab Street.
Makassed Association schools across Lebanon -- to which Omar bin al-Khattab College is affiliated -- observed a day of mourning Monday to mark Shattat's death.
"Jerusalem was entrusted to us by Omar bin al-Khattab [the second caliph of Islam], [Ottoman Sultan] Yavuz Sultan Selim and [Ottoman Sultan] Suleiman the Magnificent," said Davutoy-lu.
The historic Ze'bel Fort, Omar bin Al-Khattab Mosque with a high-rise minaret and Kaf Village are popular sites in addition to Sakaka City, the administrative centre, which is regarded as the 'northern gate of Saudi Arabia'.
A mother and her five children were murdered on Sunday at their house located in Omar bin al-Khattab Street in the Basta neighborhood in Beirut, AN NAHAR and other Beirut dailies reported Monday.
Another resident, who crossed into Lebanon Sunday, said heavy bombing in the past few days heavily damaged the Omar bin Al-Khattab mosque inside the town.