NJAHNew Jersey Alliance for the Homeless
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Njah was a professor and an artist who had graduated from the Higher Institute of Fine Arts in Tunis, specialised notably in artistic tapestry with several exhibitions to his name, the ministry recalled in a statement.
Late Njah, a native of Sfax city had graduated from high school in 1970 and chose the ISBAT to pursue his passion and sharpen his artistic spirit.
Njah, "Control and Synchronization of Chaotic and Hyperchaotic Lorenz Systems via Extended Backstepping Techniques," Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
Forman, of the law firm of Forman, Holt & Eliades, LLC, said: "The auction sale of the NJAH portfolio is the most efficient and cost-effective method of generating a substantial pool of funds from which those who were hurt by this massive fraud can be compensated."
Hubbard said that all properties would be sold absolute regardless of price, free and clear of liens, subject to the approval of the United States Bankruptcy Court District of New Jersey presiding over NJAH's bankruptcy case.
17 players will take part in this championship, namely, Ines Souissi, Saoussen Dallagi, Imene Gharbi, Amani Ben Salem, Mariem Makni, Fadwa Njah, Amel Dardouri (CS Prisons et reinsertion), Oumaima Dziri, Rifka Laamari, Houda Ben Abdeljelil, Amira Letaief, Imene Ellili, Islem Abdallah, Nada Chroudi (CS Jammel), Khouloud Gmir, Samah Hammad and Rihab Houiji (CS Police de Circulation).
The terrorist attack occurred around 9:00 am Monday near the area known as Aouled Ben Njah located near Mont Semmama, according to workers of a road construction firm in Mount Semmama escorted by soldiers who witnessed the attack.