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SAYDSudanese Association for Youth Development (Omdurman, Sudan)
SAYDSchool-Age and Youth Development (Boston, MA)
SAYDSan Antonio Young Democrats (San Antonio, TX)
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Sayd Farook, global head (Islamic Capital Markets) of Thomson Reuters, said: "The seminar deals with a very important and timely assessment of the future of Islamic banking industry and how Islamic financial institutions in Oman can grow in an increasingly competitive environment.
While these Islamic economy sectors are potentially large in size, the synergistic opportunities for growth and investments are larger and could even be a necessity in true realisation of their individual visions," the report's author Sayd Farook, Global Head Islamic Capital Markets at Thomson Reuters said in the statement released today.
And Dr Sayd Farook, global head of Islamic capital markets for Thomson Reuters, told 7DAYS yesterday: "The criticism we always get is that most of Islamic finance right now is being managed by conventional bankers.
All they need, he sayd, is a group of energetic young players and a football philosophy.
The Afghan Defense Ministry said the gun battle was the result of a 'misunderstanding' between international forces and Afghan soldiers manning a checkpoint in the Sayd Abad district.
A number of volunteers traveled to Bait Sayd, close to Hadda village.
The documents included a copy of a covering note sent from the embassy to Maj Gen Abdulrahman Ali Al Sayd, the chief of military procurement
The exhibition was inaugurated by Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage His Excellency Dr Hamad bin Abdulaziz al Kuwari and his Iranian counterpart Sayd Mohammed Huseini.
To keep these secrets is a Kakayee religious norm, said Sayd Khalil Sayd Aghababa, a well-known Kakayee figure in Khanaqin, to "The Kurdish Globe" in an interview conducted a year ago.