BASR

(redirected from Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation)
AcronymDefinition
BASRBoard of Advanced Studies and Research (Pakistan)
BASRBritish Association for the Study of Religions
BASRBethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (Bethlehem, Israel)
BASRBile Acid Secretion Rate
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Al-Quds reported the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) calling for an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the killing of Ramzi Abu Yabes near the Gush Etzion junction, south of Bethlehem.
In one event she made a speech and shared her "happiness" when she visited the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) and the Cardiovascular Centre with Imperial College.
The Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation has launched the official opening of the new heart department in the first hospital of its kind to feature such state-of-the-art training and equipment in Palestine.
Ramzi Khamis said that the opening of the Cardiology Department at the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation is being sponsored and supported by President Mahmoud Abbas.
The Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation was founded in 1960 as one of the houses of Leonard Cheshire.
Sitting at the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation with a group of Palestinian youth, who have been either shot at or abused by Israeli troops, Ali Abu Awad is trying to convince them to adopt a non-violent approach to resistance.
Canawati established The Vision Rehabilitation Department at the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR), and achievement that proved to be one of its kind in Palestine.
Local medics rushed him to Beit Jala government hospital, before he was moved to the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation. He was later discharged after receiving the needed treatment.
Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation Palestinian General Union of People with Disability.
We (Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation BASR and the Palestinian General Union of Persons with Disabilities GUPWD), strongly condemn the assassination of Sa'd Al Atrash, who was shot by the Israeli military forces and left to bleed to death in Hebron on Monday the 26th of October 2015.
A Red Crescent official in Bethlehem, Abdul Hamid al-Jafari, said that the rescue and medical crews transferred the 25 year-old youth to Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation Hospital in Beit Jala, and doctors described his condition with the "stable".
A young Palestinian, Mohammad al-Alami, from the village of Beit Ummar was wounded and transferred to Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation Hospital for treatment after he was shot by a settler from Gilo nearby settlement.