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Saadi

(sɑːˈdiː)
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(Biography) a variant spelling of Sadi
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Sa'adi further said at least 1,800 ISIL militants were killed in the Fallujah operation, adding that the operation "is done and the city is fully liberated".
an Israeli army force broke into Jenin refugee camp and searched for the house of Qais Sa'adi, 24, a member of the Islamic Hamas movement, who is listed as wanted by Israel, WAFA reported.
Opening the festival comes in the framework of thepositive intervention's policy in the localmarkets to ensure the families' needs of goods andconsumables during Ramadan, Tartous governorSafwan Abu Sa'adi said.
and we expect this to extend to the world of on-demand video streaming," said Mohammad Al Sa'adi, chief international officer at Telly, one of the recent entrants.
Dr Abdullah Saleh Al Sa'adi stressed on strengthening cooperation between Oman and the WHO in the health sector.
In the 19th century, Sa'adi Besalel a-Levi was an esteemed (if controversial) journalist, publisher, singer, and composer in Salonica, a Mediterranean port city whose 2,000-year-old Jewish community was later decimated in the Holocaust.
Annual growth is around 5-6 per cent and is going to continue at this level as things stand now," Ahmed Al Sa'adi, vice president of gas operations at Aramco, told Reuters on the sidelines of an industry conference in Doha.
Nasser Al Abbas gave Al Rayyan the lead with a 3-0 win over Saar's Mohammed Abbas, and then Mohammed Al Sa'adi edged past Saar's skipper Anwar Makki 3-2 to make it 2-0 for the Qataris.
One of the illustrations that may be of greatest interest to those attuned to Iranian culture is a painting of the poet Sa'adi, who died about 1290, or three centuries before the Falnama volumes were produced.
Farmanara, himself a former exile who faced official disapproval and years of inactivity when he came back to Iran, writes a part of himself into both Shebli (Jamshid Mashajekli) and Sa'adi (Reza Kianian).
Idleb governor Safwan Abu Sa'adi told SANA that the relief aid will be distributed to nearly 7000 families in the province, adding that the humanitarian convoy comes in the framework of the efforts exerted by the government to alleviate the suffering of the citizens in Idleb countryside.
During the fighting, Islamic Jihad leader Shaikh Mahmoud Al Sa'adi attempted to intervene to put an end to the clashes.