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The Saudi Society of the Holy Qur'an and its Sciences (Tibyan) is going to hold a Qur'an contest involving 60 universities from the public and private sectors next month in Jeddah under the patronage of governor of Jeddah, Prince Mishaal bin Majed.
ANI Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has accused India and the United States of being involved in acts of terrorism in Pakistan. The Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief, addressing a public meeting in Qila Didar Singh, said India is an eternal
Saudis who find and keep their jobs, with a 12-month subscription to the organization's Hafiz unemployment program...Al-Moaiqel said this was one of the country's strongest quality programs, because workers would also keep their Hafiz accounts until
The organizers decided to end the conference with readings from the scriptures of major religions, done by followers of other religions. An Arab Christian turned out to be a very good reciter of the Qur'an, as he read few verses from the Holy Book.
IF there is one role that Tengku Iedildzuhrei Putra, 29, could play to perfection, it would be that of a doctor...Because besides being an extremely versatile peformer, the actor better known as Iedil Putra did actually study medicine before deciding
Clubbers having a blast during the Other Party in Frangipani. Restaurant & Bar has been something of a pioneering presence on the Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, stretch of nightlife activity, having been one of just a handful of like-minded
An ecstatic Hafiz Suip after winning the main prize at Anugerah Juara Lagu 28 for his song 'Bahagiamu Deritaku'. Young singer bags coveted Best Song and Best Performance at one of Malaysia's premier music events. Akademi Fantasia winner Hafiz Suip
Whenever I read about some Saudi woman making great strides in the world like inventing a thing-a-ma-bob to save the world or discovering a gene that will unlock the mysteries of the human body, I am quickly brought back to earth by studies that show
The Hafiz program, which doles out SR2,000 per month to unemployed Saudis, has come as a blessing in disguise for those who are short of cash and are not keen on working, particularly women. Several Saudi men and women, taking advantage of the system,
Talat Hafiz, secretary-general of the Media and Banking Awareness Committee for Saudi Banks, disclosed this to a local newspaper here on Wednesday. Hafiz said the arrests of the gang of foreign criminals followed intensive surveillance by Saudi banks.