ASSEF

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ASSEFAmerican Society of Safety Engineers Foundation
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Omar Barghouti, who spent a total of 26 years in Israeli jails since 1978 between serving prison sentence and administrative detention for resisting the Israeli occupation, was arrested along with his son Assef on December 12 and has been in jail since then.
Hassan makes sacrifices for the sake of Amir but he (Amir) does not do anything in order to save Hassan from being raped by Assef, "I watched Hassan get raped."20 He could have confronted Assef but he runs away.
Reuters said that Assef and De Giorgi became co-heads of global investment banking at the firm in 2015.
Bushra al-Assad , who is the widow of Syria's former deputy defence chief Assef Shawkat , previously took umbrage with her inclusion in the EU sanctions list, claiming she was a mere "housewife" with no role in the Syrian regime , Agence France Presse (AFP) reported.
Jameh is the most senior military officer to be killed since four top officials, including defence minister General Daoud and the brother-in-law of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, General Assef Shawkat, died in a bomb attack on a cabinet meeting in Damascus in July 2012.
Those killed including Defense Minister Dawood Rajiha, Deputy Defense Minister Assef Shawkat, who is Assad's brother-in-law, and Hasan Turkmani, Assad's security adviser.
Le president Morsi a examine avec son homologue pakistanais Assef Ali Zardari les moyens de diversifier les relations egypto-pakistanaises de maniere a englober les plans economique, industriel, militaire et technologique.
Bushra's husband General Assef Shawkat, an army deputy chief of staff, was killed along with three other high-rankingSyrian officials in a July 18 bombing at the National Security headquarters in Damascus.
Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman described the clashes as "the heaviest in the heart of Damascus since the start of the revolt." It was the most spectacular attack on the security forces since a July 18 bombing against a heavily guarded headquarters in Damascus killed four top regime officials, including defence minister General Daoud Rajha and Assad's brother-in-law, Assef Shawkat.
Bushra al-Assad defected to Syria several weeks after her husband Assef Shawqat, formerly Deputy Chief of Staff of the Syrian Armed Forces, was killed by Syrian opposition forces on July 18, according to Al Arabiya.
The list included Assef Shawkat, a senior Syrian security official and Assad's brother-in-law, who was killed in a bomb blast in Damascus last month.
Fighting has intensified since a Wednesday bombing that killed national security chief General Hisham Ikhtiyar, Defence Minister General Daoud Rajha, Assad's brother-in-law Assef Shawkat and General Hassan Turkmani, head of the regime's crisis cell on the uprising.