This Ongoing War – A Blog – August 2012

Hamas also charges $15 dollars for each ton of cement, eight cents for a pack of cigarettes and 50 cents for each liter of fuel smuggled through the tunnels.

Americans Compete in the 'Israeli Olympics' (Al-Madina, Saudi Arabia)

The first signs an agreement cementing the military alliance with Israel – as if it needed to be strengthened – doubling the value of aid by supporting a project to cover Israeli skies with an "Iron Dome" anti-missile and anti-aircraft shield.

November 26 2012 – Dubai trading muted as investors book profits –

The day's top gainer was Al Madina, its stock rising 1.33 per cent to close at Dh0.685. Unkai was the day's main loser, its shares fell 10 per cent to close at Dh297.55. The shares of Emaar were the most traded by value while DFM's shares were the most traded by volume. Abu Dhabi market.

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) – page last updated on November 13, 2012

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Items where Author is ABDULJAUWAD, SN – KFUPM ePrints

ABDULJAUWAD, SN Expansive soil in Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia. Expansive soil in Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia. ABDULJAUWAD, SN Influence of sulfate ions on chloride-induced reinforcement corrosion in portland and blended cement concretes.

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Hassan II Mosque – Wikipedia

A particular feature in the mosque is that all structures are made of reinforced cement concrete and all decorations are of traditional Moroccan design.

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