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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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  • 06/29/15--14:00: FELICITATING SCOUTS

  •    Senior Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, of Bangladesh and Chief National Commissioner of Bangladesh Scouts Dr. Md. Mozammel Hoque Khan visited Bangladesh International School, Jeddah, recently. He met scout members and was satisfied with the activities of school scouts. Photo shows Dr. Md. Mozammel Hoque Khan, center, Counselor Labor of Banglad

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      Group photo of AMUA office-bearers (left to right sitting) Salman Khaled vice president, Suhail Ahmed President, Tareq Masood guest, Mohammed Arshad Ali Khan Gen. Secretary, M Zaigham Khan (guest), (standing) Ex. Members M. Mutayyab, Dr. Abdul Ahad Chaudary, Feroz Khan, Irshad Ahmed Khan, Mohammed Arif, Babar Hussain and Babar Ali. (Photo KN Wasif) 

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      Aqeel Jamil   JEDDAH — An Iftar was hosted by AMU Alumni Jeddah committee at Lasaani Restaurant, with participation of huge number of Aligs and their families. Highlight of the evening was a Bayan by Qari Abdul Basit Saheb on Zakaat and importance of charity in Islam with Q & A session

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  • 06/29/15--14:00: Alpha Iftar

  •    M/s Alpha Cargo Services Co. Ltd hosted an Iftar at Hotel Trident. Most of the countries consul generals, customers, dignitaries from airlines, General Authority of Civil Aviation, shipping lines, media, community leaders and other guests attended. Abdul Salam welcomed the guests and hosted the raffle draw later in the evening. — Courtesy pho

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      Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH  — Indian and Pakistani residence in the Kingdom  and guest poets from India made Urdu Gulban.com’s monthly Mushaira event a grand success. The Mushaira was the part of this literary organization’s regular events, but the keen interes

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       JEDDAH — MES Jeddah, which last year made a policy shift in conducting community Iftars during Ramadan, continued its labor camps Iftar this year as well. This was following a shift in its approach towards organizing community Iftars with fanfare and instead organizing Iftars in labor camps for the deserving people, reflectin

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       RIYADH — A man died and three others were injured after the vehicle they were in toppled over on Sunday. Riyadh Red Crescent official spokesman Abdullah Al-Muraibidh said the injured were taken to a hospital and the deceased was taken to the morgue. In Al-Ahsa, two men were injured in a separate accident. East

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  • 06/29/15--14:00: Blind woman saved from fire
  •    ABHA — The Civil Defense extinguished a fire in a blind woman’s apartment in Al-Mushirah District here on Sunday. Asir Civil Defense deputy official spokesman Capt. Riyadh Al-Shihri said the house only consisted of one floor and the police were able to extinguish the fire and also save the woman who was in her 50s.

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       TAIF — The police arrested a man for stealing underwear from a store. Makkah Police spokesman Lt. Gen. Ati Al-Qurashi said the police received reports of a man in his 20s who broke into a store and stole underwear and pajamas on Wednesday. The police arrested him and found out he had also stolen an iPhone 5 from a boy walking

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       JAZAN — The Red Crescent received 299 emergency reports during the past week alone. Jazan Red Crescent official spokesman Baishi Al-Sarkhy said 108 of the reports were of victims of road accidents. Most victims sustained minor injuries, however two victims died. 85 of the emergency reports were due to medical diseases.

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  • 06/29/15--14:00: Criminal arrested
  •    MAKKAH — Traffic security officers arrested a Saudi criminal convicted of several crimes near Al-Sahel Road. Makkah Traffic Security reported the man was spotted driving a car with five passengers who` did not have identities. The officers stopped him to check his papers and discovered that he is a wanted crim

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       TURAIF, NORTHERN BORDERS—The police seized 2,700 amphetamine capsules on Sunday and arrested two men for possession of drugs. Northern Borders Police official spokesman Col. Uwaid Al-Enizi said the men were two Saudi men in their 40s. They were arrested at a checkpoint on Turaif-Ar’ar Highway. The drug p

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      Mishaal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette   RIYADH — The Anti-Beggary Squad caught 21,615 beggars during the past year. Squad head Mohammad Al-Qusayir said the beggars were both men and women and the number of Saudi beggars was 2,849.“A total 1,030 of the Saudis were begging for the fir

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      Ahlam Muhammad Alaqi Okaz   SOCIAL media recently carried a report about a rich man who is accustomed to clean the area in front of his house every morning. When asked about it, he said that it gives him feelings of happiness and enjoyment when seeing the surroundings of his house clean and tidy.

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      Saudi Gazette report   QASSIM — The police arrested three Asian expatriates for manufacturing and selling alcohol. Qassim Police spokesman Capt. Badr Al-Suhaibani said the police found the location where the expatriates produced the alcohol. There they also found 25 gallons of alcohol, the

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       The Makkah municipality recently completed a new project of a pedestrian pathway in Al-Faiha neighborhood. This is the latest municipality project executed by using the highest engineering specification, head of gardens and facilities at Makkah Municipality, Hisham Bin Abdulrahhman, said. “There are pathways established in mos

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      Saudi Gazette report   MADINAH — Paramedic teams at the Saudi Red Crescent Authority in Madinah region received 6,281 reports during the first 10 days of the holy month of Ramadan. They provided medical and first aid services around the clock to worshipers and visitors who needed them in M

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      Saudi Gazette report   ABHA — Residents living close to cooking gas cylinder shops are apprehensive of any mishap there that could prove fatal for them. This apprehension is despite an assurance from the Civil Defense that it was safe to live close to them, Al-Madina reported.

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      Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — A Saudi woman expeditor who allegedly took SR1.3 million from a Yemeni promising him Saudi nationality is now in police custody. The woman, who has not been identified, allegedly fooled the Yemeni expatriate into believing that through

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       More than 2,500 cleaners armed with 2,542 cleaning tools and equipment are daily removing about 143 tons of garbage from the Grand Mosque. Maher Al-Zahrani, director of the department of cleaning and furnishing the Grand Mosque, told Makkah daily that the workers are doing the cleaning while pilgrims are doing their tawaf (circumambulation) and sa&

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