Ali Al Khalifa

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1000 - Deaths
969) Abu-Mahmud al-Khujandi, Persian astronomer and mathematician Abu Sahl al-Quhi (Kuhi), Persian physicist, mathematician and astronomer (b. 940) Ahmad ibn Fadlan, Arab writer and traveller Al-Muqaddasi, Arab geographer Ælfthryth, second or third wife of Edgar of England Garcia IV of Pamplona Tlilcoatzin, Toltec ...
Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa - Marriage and Children
... Khalifa married Hessa bint Ali Al Khalifa, the fourth daughter of Ali bin Hamad Al Khalifa in Muharraq ... They had three sons and one daughter Mohammad bin Khalifa Al Khalifa (died 14 June 1974) Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa – Third Deputy Prime Minister ... He married Zayn bint Khalid Al Khalifa with whom he has three sons and one daughter Khalifa bin Ali Al Khalifa Isa bin Ali Al Khalifa Minwa bint Ali Al Khalifa Khalid bin Ali Al ...
Salem Al-Hazmi - Mistaken Identity
... Shortly after the attacks, several sources reported that Salem al-Hazmi, 26, was alive and working at a petrochemical plant in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia ... On September 19, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat published his photograph alongside Badr Alhazmi's, whom they claimed was the actual hijacker who had stolen his identity ... Muhammad Salim al-Hazmi, father of the two suspects, Nawaf and Salim Muhammad al-Hazmi, said that the published photos may be doctored or faked somehow ...
Isa Ibn Ali Al Khalifa - Titles
1848-1869 Sheikh Isa ibn Ali Al-Khalifa 1869-1909 Sheikh Isa ibn Ali Al-Khalifa, Ruler of Bahrain 1909-1914 His Excellency Sheikh Isa ibn Ali Al-Khalifa, Ruler of Bahrain 1914-1919 ...
Salem Al-Hazmi
... Salem al-Hazmi (Arabic سالم الحازمي‎, Sālam al-Ḥāzmī, also transliterated as Alhazmi) (February 2, 1981 – September 11, 2001) was one of ... Hazmi had a relatively long history with al-Qaeda before being selected for the attacks ... His older brother, Nawaf al-Hazmi, was another hijacker aboard the same flight ...

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