Senussi


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Senussi

(sɛˈnuːsɪ) or

Senusi

n, pl -sis
(Islam) a member of a zealous and aggressive Muslim sect of North Africa and Arabia, founded in 1837 by Sidi Mohammed ibn Ali al Senussi (?1787–1859)
Seˈnussian, Seˈnusian adj
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A government statement said that Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley expressed this desire during a recent meeting with the Senior Operations Officer from the Department of Public Sector Operations, The OPEC Fund for International Development, Arij Senussi, and Assistant for the Caribbean Area, Nelson Louison.
Yet Maya Senussi of Oxford Economics said "the focus will quickly shift" to other issues such as possible US sanctions on Turkey.
"A shift to a convertible currency is a natural reaction when people lose faith in the local currency and want to shift quickly to something they will know will hold value as is the case now," Oxford Economics senior economist Maya Senussi told Arab News.
He was recognised as the king of a sovereign nation-state by the UNSC, and as Chief of the Senussi Order, a moderate Sufi movement in Sunnism called al-Senussiyah.
Abdullah Senussi, a former intelligence chief of Colonel Gaddafi, and convicted bomb-maker Abouajela Masud are suspected of conspiring with Megrahi over Lockerbie.
Al Senussi is the brother-in-law and ex-spy chief of toppled Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi.
Jane Schultz, 77, welcomed the news that Colonel Gaddafi's brother-in-law Abdullah Senussi and bombmaker Abu Agila Mas'ud could be questioned in relation to the 1988 disaster on Pan Am 103.
Senussi is currently being held in a jail in Tripoli after he was sentenced for his role in the deaths of protesters during the 2011 uprising against Gaddafi.
The Pre-Trial Chamber in Senussi was in some respects schizophrenic about its desire to move into predictive analysis, but it, too, ultimately engaged in numerous instances of predictive inquiry.
"We believe, and it is clear now, that the [Gulf] row has further deepened, and there are countries that don't wish to go to Doha, while Doha is insisting on its stand," said former Kuwaiti information minister Mohammad Nasser Al Senussi. Kuwait has been mediating between the member states for a few months, and Kuwaiti Emir Shaikh Sabah Al Ahmad recently toured Gulf states to narrow the gap between the two.
Summary: Senussi appears in Tripoli court with four lawyers picked by his family, just one of whom is Libyan; other three are Tunisian.