KOFIA

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KOFIAKorea Optical Fashion Industry Association
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An imam is the person who leads prayers in a mosque."Unfortunately, it has become the trend for the media to describe anyone dressed in a kanzu and a kofia, who is associated with a Muslim institution, as a sheikh, an imam or Muslim leader," he says.
Lootah also presented a gold palm, symbolising Nakheel's flagship project, to Yong-Won Kwon, chairman of KOFIA, during the visit.
Many of these young men, for example, cover their dreadlocks with a bandana or kofia when walking through town.
This Letter of Intent we have signed puts us in a strong position to extend our investor education efforts in Korea, with the support of our local partner KOFIA."
The dim, narrow lobby was crowded with bodies, mostly men in dashikis and pillbox hats, kofias, talking in clumps or navigating their way through the crowd.
Another song, titled "Kofia ya Baba" ("My Dad's Hat"), had a repetitious chorus that involved individual dancing in the middle of the circle while everyone sang "Kindidi Kindidi"--again, the teachers danced in the middle of the circle as well.
In the maze of Stone Town's streets, roving packs of little boys dressed in white robes (kanzu) with new hats (kofia) zoomed around corners, exploding with excitement.
Choices have consequences and Kofia we will kill you,' was calculated to bring death and physical injury to certain people.
The performers then appear, all of them wearing Islamic-Swahili kanzu tunics and Islamic head-coverings (kofia, turban, or skull cap).
According to Ma'an, most internet users in the West Bank have been denied access to the following websites: Ahmad, Fatah Voice, Firas Press, In Light Press, Karama Press, Kofia Press, Milad news, and Palestine Beituna.
A review committee will be created within the Korea Financial Investment Association (KOFIA) to conduct a prior review of OTC derivatives newly introduced by each financial company.