WAHID


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Sarwa Abdel Wahid stressed that the popular spontaneous demonstrations went out to eliminate the Kurdistan Democratic Party and hide all its faces as she put it./ End
"According to Abdul Wahid's family, he was travelling with a friend.
Speaking on the occasion, JI leader Bhutto said that both Pervez Mehmood and Abdul Wahid sacrificed their lives in struggle against extortion and injustice.
Non-Emiratis like Wahid, still aren't allowed in a local club's U14-U16 side because of a Fifa rule which aims to combat the trafficking of underage players shipped into a country and given passports to play for the national team.
Mr Clark said Wahid dragged the woman into another room, removed her clothing and raped her, punching her again as she came round.
There was an idea that Marajan also should go back to his base in Darfur and wait for the next workshop, but he decided to come after the end of the workshop and meet with Chairman Abdul Wahid and other SLM leaders.
Wahid, a Muslim religious and political leader, served as Indonesian president from October 1999 to July 2001.
Later, police fired warning shots and a teargas canister as thousands of Wahid supporters broke into the grounds of the Jakarta parliament as it met for a session almost certain to call for an impeachment hearing against Wahid.
He was speaking to reporters after receiving faction heads of political parties in Indonesia's House of Representatives, who have twice censured Wahid over two financial scandals.
Wahid leads the nation's largest Muslim social group, Nahdatul Ulama, which claims a membership of more than 30m.
Bukaka is headed by Wahid's former Industry and Trade Minister Yusuf Kalla, a close ally of former President B.J.
ISLAMABAD, July 26, 2011 (Frontier Star): Some unknown armed persons attacked home of senior journalist Wahid Sheikh, subjected the family members to violence and injured them after they put up resistance against the bid to hold them hostage.