Tarabulus


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Noun1.Tarabulus - a port city and commercial center in northwestern Lebanon on the Mediterranean SeaTarabulus - a port city and commercial center in northwestern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea
Lebanese Republic, Lebanon - an Asian republic at east end of Mediterranean
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(14) See "Message to our brothers in Somalia" ("Risalah ila ikhwanna fil-Somal"), Wilayat Tarabulus Media Office, January 12, 2016.
| WHERE...in North Africa is the capital known in Arabic as Tarabulus al-Gharb?
(24.) For biographical information on 'Umar al-Mukhtar see Ahmad Mahmud, 'Umar al-Mukhtar: al-halqa al-akhira min al-jihad al-watani fi Tarabulus al-Gharb (Cairo: Matba'at 'Isa al-Babi al-Halabi, 1934), pp.
1095/1684), Damascene scholar and author of a rihla from Damascus to Tarabulus in Lebanon, penned a note indicating that he had collated the manuscript through an individual, silent reading of it (balagha mutala'tan minhu).
The Bahraini outfit made it to the last eight after coming second in Group 'B', which also featured Al Rayyan of Qatar, Ittihad Tanger of Morocco, Ahli Tarabulus of Libya and Palestine's Al Sadaqa Gaza.
The Bahraini representatives will play in five-team Group 'B', featuring Al Rayyan of Qatar, Al Sadaqa Gaza of Palestine, Ittihad Tanja of Morocco and Ahli Tarabulus of Libya, this was published at GDN.
(9) Internal evidence indicates that though a Damascene, he frequented the markets of Tripoli, Syria (Tarabulus al-Shams), was well versed with both the theory and practice of commerce, and was familiar with Islamic and Greek philosophical thought as well as the formal fiqh of commercial transactions (almu'amala).
"We will launch ferryboat services among Mersin, Beirut and Tarabulus (Tripoli-Lebanon) on December 13," Serafettin Asut, the chairman of Mersin Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MTSO), told AA correspondent.