QAWSQatar Animal Welfare Society
QAWSQueer Asian Women's Services (Asian Women’s Shelter; San Francisco, CA)
QAWSQuality Assured Warmth Scheme (energy efficiency; UK)
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Established in 2001, al Qaws ("Rainbow") is a nongovernmental organization that aims to "support gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Palestinians and Arab Israelis." It serves as an umbrella organization for several smaller rights groups as well.
Al Qaws, the non-governmental organization established in 2001 to support the LGBT+ community in Palestine has responded by an official statement condemning the threats and promising to continue their work into promoting sexual diversity.
Israeli intelligence summoned Qaws for interrogation before informing him of the order under the pretext of AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA@1/4oeorganizing and taking in protests in Jerusalem.AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA@1/4
In a statement yesterday, Qaws co-founder Janet Berry said the De Boer Doha office responded immediately following an urgent public appeal for donations.
Meanwhile, back in Palestine, a member of A1 Qaws becomes a staff member of PACBI, and Palestinian Queers for BDS (PQBDS) is formed.
And, fourth, in those [old] instruments, the arcs are determined [directly], whereas in these [new] instruments, the parts [functions of arcs; i.e., sin, tan, etc.] whose corresponding arc (hissa-yi qaws) is often smaller are determined; therefore the arcs are determined [more] exactly and with certainty.
Al Qaws wal Farrasha (The Arch and the Butterfly) explores the thoughts and the aftermaths of a socialist father who one day receives a letter from Al Qaeda informing him that his son, whom he believes is studying in Paris, became a martyr in Afghanistan.
(1.) Khalil al-'Anani, "Hal Iktamal Qaws Intikasat al-Islamiyyin al-'Arab?", 27 September 2007.
Salim, "al-Tajrib: qaws qazah" (l'Experimentation, un arc-en-ciel), Fusul, xvi no 1, ete 1997, p.
"QAWS, or the Qatar Early Warning System, is a scoring system that helps clinical staff recognise deteriorating patients before they become very sick.
Head of the prisoner lobby group in Jerusalem, Nasser Qaws, said that many of those detained in the last days were between the ages of 13-20 years old, and added that some of them had been shot or beaten by Israeli forces before their arrest.
Prisoner's Club (PPC) in Jerusalem, Nasser Qaws, said the Wednesday arrest