Wahid


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Wa•hid

(wɑˈhid)
n.
Abdurrahman (""Gus Dur''), born 1940, president of Indonesia since 1999.
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The prosecutor of the Sulaymaniyah investigation, last week, demanded that the head of the new movement, Shaswar Abdul Wahid, be punished for inciting citizens to act against the government during the demonstration, but the court issued an order on Tuesday to the security forces to release Abdul Wahid.
A statement issued by the Commission on Saturday said: "HRCP is alarmed over the reported enforced disappearance of social activist Abdul Wahid Baloch.
A large number of JI workers, besides relatives of Abdul Wahid and residents of the area were also present at the funereal prayer.
But Wahid is stuck in something of a lost boy's generation.
Leeds Crown Court was told Wahid had developed "a fixation" on the woman.
Flint would agree that these attacks were not from among the "rivals of SLA-Abdul Wahid".
Wahid, who had a long history of diabetes, was admitted to hospital on Friday.
Indonesian security forces shot dead one supporter of embattled president Abdurrahman Wahid and wounded four others yesterday when they tried to disperse hundreds of protesters in the East Java town of Pasuruan.
''If Wahid's accountability speech is accepted, he may have a new mandate, he may smile widely and survive.
5, 2001, Rais repeated a call for Wahid to step down, saying: "He must resign.
Wahid, nicknamed Gus Dur, is a strange and unpredictable man.
Wahid said Monday circumstances surrounding the awarding of the contract also led him to decide in early May to cancel the winning bid by a consortium led by PT Bukaka Teknik Utama.