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Ar-Raqqah

was the development of stonepaste ceramics (Stoneware), originating from 9th century Iraq. Mason (1995), p. 5 The first industrial complex for glass and pottery production was built in Ar-Raqqah, Syria, in the 8th century. , also transliterated ''Oways b. Anis al-Qarni'', ''Oveys Gharani'' and ''Veysel Karani'') was a Muslim mystic (Mysticism), martyr and philosopher of Yemen who lived during the lifetime of Muhammad, but never met Muhammad personally. Beale, ''Oriental Bibliotheca'' As reported by the renowned historical scholar Ibn Battuta, Uwais' tomb is found in Ar-Raqqah, Syria, where he was killed in the Battle of Siffin, where he fought on the side of Ali. Another shrine was made in his honor in Baykan, in the Siirt Province of Turkey. ''Encyclopedia of Islam'', ''Owais Karni''


Punta del Diablo

;ref name "Radical Getaway"


Fustat

, in the 8th century. as, years later, were her two brothers, Fuad and Farid al-Atrash, Classical Arabic Music Website in the Fustat plain (Fustat) in Cairo, which she and brother Farid, along with Egyptian crooner Abdel Halim Hafez, Baraka, Mohamed. Al-Ahram Newspaper Article. Issue No. 943, 16 - 22 April 2009. had restored to some of its former glory. El Kadi, Galila and Alain Bonnamy (2007) Architecture for the dead. American University in Cairo Press. p. 96


Yitzhar

Shalhevet Ya has three permanent houses and a caravan. On 21 August 2013, settlers razed Palestinian land with bulldozers to expand the Yitzhar settlement. They were protected by Israeli soldiers. http


NHS Scotland

a Commission on Scottish Devolution which reported in 2009 and recommended that additional powers should be devolved, including control of half the income tax raised in Scotland.


Swaziland

, and Tanzania before entering Kenya.


Malawi

-visa-denials-- title Radical Jamaican cleric stuck in Kenya after visa denials publisher Jamaicaobserver.com date 5 January 2010 accessdate 7 February 2010


Mozambique

before entering Kenya.


Basra

title Radical changes in Islamic glass technology: evidence for conservatism and experimentation with new glass recipes from early and middle Islamic Raqqa, Syria journal Archaeometry volume 46 issue 3 pages 439–68 doi 10.1111 j.1475-4754.2004.00167.x Other centers for innovative pottery in the Islamic world included Fustat (from 975 to 1075), Damascus (from 1100 to around 1600) and Tabriz (from 1470 to 1550). Mason (1995), p. 7 Lusterwares with iridescent colours may have continued pre-Islamic Roman and Byzantine techniques, but were either invented or considerably developed on pottery and glass in Persia and Syria from the 9th century onwards. Arts, 206-207 ''' WikiPedia:Basra Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iraq Localities Basra


Mombasa

ALeqM5hz-OelrZoUyB7sGGB98ms6m32M_g title Radical cleric 'in Kenyan jail' publisher The Press Association date 10 January 2010 accessdate 7 February 2010 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20100115070914 http: www.google.com hostednews ukpress article ALeqM5hz-OelrZoUyB7sGGB98ms6m32M_g archivedate 15 January 2010 deadurl no


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