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Man Soul Jah said that Colonel Mengistu, the son of a cook, was raised by Haile Selassie I, a monarch who introduced constitutional government in Ethiopia.
No huge surprise, then, that David Holmes has managed to land another coup by getting Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart to lead the charge at his God's Waiting Room night at East Belfast's Maple Leaf Club.
As the government cannot return several hundreds of acres of land of Chiran Palace, it can at least name the park after Mir Mukarram Jah Bahadur, he said seeking that the government should make the announcement in the month of Ramadan.
INSPIRED TO RUN - Jah Santander is inspired to run for miles because she knows that with every step she can help a child with autism.
Jah Wobble, the original bass player with the band Public Image Ltd, got his nickname after a mumbled introduction by Sid Vicious, lead singer with the Sex Pistols.
WALKING ON: Executive producer Dave Cotterill, centre, with director Ian Lysaght, left, and producer Jah Jussa
Jah, whose mother cares for her children, aged one and two, settled in Cardiff after being given a suspended sentence for robbing a woman in Essex earlier this year, said prosecutor John Warren.
Jah Roots come from Missouri, and this is the group's first Eugene show.
The opening piece, Baba, by the Brazilian reggae band Tiken Jah Fakoly & Tribo de Jah speaks to the poverty and despair of Brazilian farmers.
Stephen Ellis argues that a new field of "contemporary" African history should examine, among other topics, the effects of HIV/AIDS: "Writing Histories of Contemporary Africa," Journal of African History 43 (2002): 11; Journal of African History is abbreviated JAH.
Fight the Power: Rap, Race, and Reality by Chuck D with Yusef Jah Delta, October 1998, $12.
The Psalms gave the Rastas the trademark name "JAH" for their hero and deity, Ras Tafari, Emperor Haile Selassie I; the title JAH is found once in the Psalms as an abbreviation for Yahweh (or Jahweh), the four-letter word (tetragrammaton) YHWH.