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Al Sadd's Algerian midfielder/defender Nadir Belhadj was adjudged the best player even as Al Ahli walked away with most of the honours at the Qatar Football Association's end-of-season awards at the Qatar National Convention Centre on Saturday...I
Al Sadd edge Al Rayyan 1-0; Lekhwiya held by Al Sailiyah Saturday, 14 September 2013 Al Sadd's Nadir Belhadj (middle) controls the ball during the QSL match against Al Rayyan at Al Sadd Stadium in Doha yesterday. Al Sadd began the defence of their
Al Rayyan won 5-4 on penalties after the teams were locked one-all at the end of full time play.
Qatar Stars League (QSL) sides Al Sadd and Al Rayyan have both agreed to release Nadir Belhadj and Nilmar to fellow QSL outfit Lekhwiya for tomorrow's friendly against French giants Paris Saint-German. The match will take place at Al Sadd Stadium.
Francois Mori/AP Lawyers representing two Libyan dissidents who were abducted and flown to Tripoli to be detained in one of Muammar Gaddafi 's prisons have issued proceedings in the high court in London against the British government, the former
Libyan Islamist commander Abdel Hakim Belhadj has resigned his military post in a bid to enter politics. Mr Belhadj, a key brigade leader in the 2011 toppling of Col Gaddafi, plans to run in elections next month. He is a former member of an Islamist
Topics Tripoli Military Council leader Abdel Hakim Belhadj speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli, November 28, 2011. One of Libya's most prominent Islamists, Abdel Hakim Belhadj, has stepped down from his post as head of an armed militia
His lawyers say the case reveals the murky links between Western governments and Gadhafi before the 2011 uprising. Abdul Hakim Belhadj was part of the dissident Libyan Islamic Fighting Group before the uprising last year. The U.S. State Department
Mr Belhadj was intercepted in Bangkok in transit from Malaysia to London, where he was planning to claim political asylum. He was allegedly lured to the Thai capital by MI6 on the promise of a visa, delivered into the hands of the CIA and taken
Al-Sadd of Qatar beat Kashiwa Reysol of Japan 5-3 in a penalty shootout to take third place at the Club World Cup Sunday. Mamadou Niang, Kader Keita, Ibrahim Abdulmajed, Hasan Al Haydos and Nadir Belhadj converted their penalties to give the Qatar