SAYF

AcronymDefinition
SAYFSouthern Appalachian Young Friends
SAYFSouth Australian Youth Foundation (Australia)
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(38) Sayf Al Islam Al Qadhafi also has called for a constitution to clarify the power of different legislative, executive, and judicial institutions in Libya and has endorsed ongoing legal reforms as a means to "provide a free environment that is suitable for a normal political life." (39) In support of these efforts, some institutional changes have been instituted to improve political and human rights conditions.
Key figures in Libyan politics include Muammar Al Qadhafi's son Sayf Al Islam Al Qadhafi, (25) General People's Committee Secretary Shokri Ghanem, and prominent members of the security establishment, including intelligence chief Musa Kusa and army leader and original RCC member Abu Bakr Younis Jaber.
Sayf, in Tabari's account, provided an overall justification for the actions of the companions by blaming "the youth, the rabble and the crowds" for causing the fitnah, and then for preventing its amicable resolution.
Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl are believed to be behind bombings of US embassies in East Africa that killed 250 and injured 5,000.
KELLEY class="MsoNormalThe bounty on Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl is being increased from $5 million to $10 million.
The US State Department is rewarding anybody who has information on Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl on their location, arrest, or conviction.
In 2017, the company opened a cafe concept called Kahwet Beirut and a summer only venue called Sayf Feb30, in Mar Mikhael's old train station.
As the warmer months quickly approach, Millennium Hotels and Resorts (Mena) has launched its summer offer, "Al Sayf fi Millennium' - Summer at Millennium", offering guests discounted stays across 35 hotels in the Middle East region.
Nur al-Din was still the Syaikh al-Islam at the beginning of the reign of the following female ruler, Sultanah Taj Alam Safiat al-Din Shah, but then was replaced by Sayf al-Rijal, who subscribed to the wujudiyyah (the theological school of the Unity of Being) view, also held by Shams al-Din, in about 1643.
"I'd rather not sayf she says, "or I'd prefer to hear what you think it means."