BARQA


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BARQABritish Association of Research Quality Assurance (Ipswich, UK)
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(p) Reinforcing this point, Wilayat Barqa released a video in July 2018 titled "Point of Death," which featured interviews from four non-Libyan suicide bombers--a Somali and three others identified as muhajir (an Arabic term for migrants that possesses favorable Islamic resonances).
Ahmed al-Masalmieh told SANA that SARC teams delivered 9 thousand food baskets to Jassem City and 400 food basket to Barqa town, adding that flour will be delivered later.
It shows one group of captives, identified as Ethiopian Christians, purportedly held by an ISIS affiliate in eastern Libya known as Barqa Province.
Islamic State in Cyrenaica (Barqa): Majlis Shura Shabab Al Islam, Islamist militia in Derna, associated with Daesh, largest Daesh affiliate
He dismissed the existence of the well-known Libyan army's Operation Dignity which battling the Islamic State's Barqa branch, Al Qaeda and Ansar al-Sharia terrorist organizations in eastern Libya.
Commenting on the partnership with Aspire Academy, Javier Faus, First Vice-President and Head of FC Barcelona's Finance and Strategy Department, said: "Through this joint initiative with Aspire and Qatar Airways, Barqa is offering the possibility for young footballers, in this case from the African continent, to be able to enjoy a unique experience and, at the same time, is reasserting its commitment to sport as a part of education."
The reports posted on Barqa website are groundless, he added.
The new ISIS wing in Derna calls itself the "Barqa" provincial division of the Islamic State, the name given to the eastern region of Libya when Islamic rule replaced the Roman Empire.
Barqa, and the more remote southwestern desert region of Fezzan.
The six beneficiaries of the grant contracts are: University of Balamand and the Municipality of Minjiz (North Lebanon); Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia (CTFC) and the Municipalities of Deir el Ahmar, Ainata and Barqa (Beq); Jouzour Loubnan and the Municipality of Jezzine (South Lebanon); Al Shouf Cedar Society Barouk and the Municipalities of Barouk, Msser el Shouf, Mristi (Mount Lebanon) and Saghbine (Beq); Jihad el Bin Development Association and the Municipality of Aramta (South Lebanon); the Lebanese University and the Municipalities of Hasbaya, Kawkaba (South Lebanon), Blbeck (Beq),and Aramoun (Mount Lebanon).