MIRSAD

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MIRSADMulti-Initiative on Rights: Search, Assist and Defend (Lebanon)
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Broadcast journalist Shoug Shaheen, artist and Qartoon co-founder Abdulaziz Youssef, Sarajevo Film Festival director Mirsad Purivatra shared their experience of this phenomenon during a discussion entitled 'Overcome: How Art Beats Adversity'.
Back at the Klas bakery production site, Mirsad Zuyd shrugs.
The festival director, Mirsad Purivatra praised her both for her cinematic achievements as well as global humanitarian efforts.
Macedonia only trail the Norwegians on goal difference and gaffer Mirsad Jonuz isn't throwing in the towel just yet.
ROOKIE boss Mirsad Jonuz helped silence 120,000 hostile Iranians in his first away game in charge of Macedonia - and now he wants to stifle the Hampden roar.
Camera (color), Mirsad Herovic; editors, Levent Celebi, Oguz; music, Livaneli; art director, Tolunay Turkoz; sound (Dolby Digital), Konstantinos Kittou.
Bosnian actor Mirsad Solakovic gave an emotional performance of a young man who ended up in a wheelchair after being hit by a grenade.
Hizbullah sent its first unmanned drone, the "Mirsad 1" over Israeli territory two years ago in November 2004.
Hearts head coach Valdas Ivanauskas appeared to signal the end of Mirsad Beslija's time at Tynecastle, despite including the Bosnian wide man in his squad.
HEARTS assistant head coach John McGlynn has backed Mirsad Beslija and Juho Makela to force their way into the first team next season.
Hearts splashed out a club record pounds 850,000 last season to land Bosnian winger Mirsad Beslija from Racing Genk.
With the Nuremberg coach Hans Meyer also keen to land the midfielder ( the Bundesliga club are understood to have this week made their interest known to his representatives ( a manager who has missed out on the signing of Bosnia winger Mirsad Beslija would be well-advised to not wait too long.