Sawt


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Sawt

 of lions: a pride of lions.
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Sawt Al-Hikma is carrying out a series of initiatives within a project through which the OIC will highlight members states' efforts against violent extremism and terrorism committed in the name of Islam, he said.
During his work for the Sawt Al-Arab station, he managed to enhance the Arab nationalist ideology in the station's programmes and materials via producing political satire, educational programmes, and radio series.
The annual festival, sponsored by Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels and organised by Souq Waqif administration and Sawt Al-Rayyan Radio, runs from January 24 to February 6 and is now in its third year.
Coinciding with the celebraA[degrees] tions on the occasion of the 43rd National Day, College of Applied Sciences (CAS) A[degrees] Ibri launched an internal radio channel with the name Sawt al Waeeda, a press release said.
Damascus, (SANA)_ Sawt al-Shabab (Sound of Youngs) radio station celebrated on Monday the 11th anniversary of its inception, dedicating the celebration the Syrian Arab army.
State prosecutor Talt Ibrahim ordered the investigation into Abdel Halim Qandil, editor of the Sawt Al Umma newspaper and a critic of Mursi, after a political activist sued him for allegedly insulting the president.
It is her intention, with the formation of SAWT, that the people of Worcester be given a voice on saving their neighborhoods from the devastation wrought by the beetle.
The event was covered live on Sawt Al-Ghad radio station, and was attended by a representative from the Ministry of Industry and Trade along with a number of Samsung Levant employees.
INSTRUMENT-MAKER Adnan Abdul Rahman Al Sadah is determined to ensure the 'sawt' of the sea and the sounds of Bahrain are kept alive for future generations to enjoy.
Radio Riyadh jointly with Sawt Al Arab ( the voice of Arab) will air at the beginning of the Blessed Month of Ramadan a soap opera entitled "The Price of Sacrifice" a joint Saudi- Egyptian production radio series adopted from the work of late Hamid Damanhouri, a Saudi writer with work of the same title published in 1958 and republished in 1980.
Sawt al-Karak 91.3 FM officially commenced its first live interview with HRH Princess Basma during the opening ceremony which was held under her patronage in the presence of US Ambassador Stephen Beecroft at MuAAEtah University, where the broadcast studio is based.