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Canberra Times
As Palestinian leaders fight over Gaza, Israel worries Hamas will go to warselling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war w
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
selling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war we had more electricity than today," said Abu Mohammed, an engineer, who was buying a battery-powered fan for his mother. Asked who he blamed, the sweaty shopper... Read more
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WA Today
As Palestinian leaders fight over Gaza, Israel worries Hamas will go to warselling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war w
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
selling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war we had more electricity than today," said Abu Mohammed, an engineer, who was buying a battery-powered fan for his mother. Asked who he blamed, the sweaty shopper... Read more
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The Age
As Palestinian leaders fight over Gaza, Israel worries Hamas will go to warselling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war w
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
selling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war we had more electricity than today," said Abu Mohammed, an engineer, who was buying a battery-powered fan for his mother. Asked who he blamed, the sweaty shopper... Read more
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Brisbane Times
As Palestinian leaders fight over Gaza, Israel worries Hamas will go to warselling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war w
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
selling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war we had more electricity than today," said Abu Mohammed, an engineer, who was buying a battery-powered fan for his mother. Asked who he blamed, the sweaty shopper... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
As Palestinian leaders fight over Gaza, Israel worries Hamas will go to warselling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
selling batteries to run fans and charge mobile phones. "During the last war we had more electricity than today," said Abu Mohammed, an engineer, who was buying a battery-powered fan for his mother. Asked who he blamed, the sweaty shopper... Read more
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Breitbart
DANGEROUS Excerpt: MILO Explains ‘Why Muslims Hate Me’lighting just right, perfectly encapsulated Islam’s integration problem in the
Breitbart / Posted 22 days ago
lighting just right, perfectly encapsulated Islam’s integration problem in the West. He recalled the case of Dr. Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, the grand mufti of Australia, who gave a speech explaining to Australians that they are wrong to think Muslims... Read more
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Aljazeera
As ISIL's 'caliphate' crumbles, its ideology remainsbranch in Syria's northeast region amid a fractious civil war, where the branch
Aljazeera / Posted 29 days ago
branch in Syria's northeast region amid a fractious civil war, where the branch was first known as Jabhat al-Nusra, led by Abu Mohammed Al Julani. When Baghdadi announced the dissolution of Jabhat al-Nusra and the integration of its members into... Read more
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Newsweek
How Hamza bin Laden, Osama’s son, is helping Al-Qaeda stage a deadly comebackand his mother, Khayria, as well as three key figures: Abu Khayr al-Masri, the
Newsweek / Posted 1 months ago
and his mother, Khayria, as well as three key figures: Abu Khayr al-Masri, the head of the Al-Qaeda’s political committee, Abu Mohammed al-Masri, the head of its training camps, and Saif al-Adel, its chief of security and tactician. Immediately... Read more

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