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SAJASouth Asian Journalists Association
SAJASouthern African Journalists' Association (est. 2005; Johannesburg, South Africa)
SAJASouth African Jockey Academy (est. 1958)
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Sharjah: Flames gutted three scrap warehouses in the Al Saja Industrial area of Sharjah on Wednesday.
Saja Company chief executive officer Mohannad Bin Nabeel Khogeer said: "Due to our extensive experience in the Saudi hospitality market, we are conveniently capable to cater to the needs of pilgrims who visit the holy city of Madinah during the Hajj and Umrah seasons.
The four-star Saja AlMadinah Hotel has 555 rooms, a business center and a relaxing lounge for guests to enjoy, as well as a dedicated restaurant serving delicious international cuisine options.
BEIRUT: Daesh (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's ex-wife Saja al-Dulaimi fainted as she was traveling to an appearance before the Military Court Monday.
Saja Al-Azmi grabbed a silver medal in the javelin competition for females, while Noura Al-Majdi won a bronze in the discus.
Nawaf Al Tal, Adviser to the Foreign Minister and Saja Majali, Permanent Representative Jordan in Geneva, and met with Hugues Mingarelli, Managing Director North Africa, Middle East, Arabian Peninsula, Iran and Iraq department of the European Union External Action Service.
and corruption devours customs AL-MUSTAQBAL: Council of Ministers delays waste and universities issues till Tuesday Salam: Military soldiers complex issue and we hope to reach result AL-AKHBAR: Saja Dulaimi funded "Azzam Brigades" THE DAILYSTAR: Hezbollah puts senior operative on trial for treason Hezbollah is currently trying one of its operatives for treason after he tipped off Israel about five operations to avenge the killing of Hezbollah's top military commander Imad Mughniyeh, a security source told The Daily Star Thursday.
Summary: Saja al-Dulaimi has been married three times: first to man from former Iraqi regime, then Baghdadi for three months, and now, she is married to Palestinian.
The woman, who has been named as Saja al-Dulaimi, was not al-Baghdadi's wife as initially said, but rather an ex-wife, Machnouk told Lebanese channel MTV late on Wedensday.
A woman thought to be Saja al-Dulaimi, one of the Islamic State leader's three wives, was stopped in the north of the country last week.
A Lebanese military official identified the woman as Saja al-Dulaimi who was held by Syrian authorities and freed in a prisoner exchange with the Nusra Front, Syria's al-Qaida-linked branch, earlier this year.