Kassam may refer to:

  • Firoz Kassam – British entrepreneur
  • Kassam Stadium – home ground of Oxford United F.C., England.
  • Alternative spelling of Qassam
  • Qassam rocket, a weapon used by Hamas against Israel
  • By extension, any rocket used in Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel

Other articles related to "kassam":

Oxfordshire Senior Cup - Finals
... Unknown 2003 Oxford City 3–2 Hook Norton Kassam Stadium 2004 Banbury United 1–0 Oxford United Unknown 2005 Oxford United 3–1 Oxford City Kassam Stadium 2006 Banbury United 3–0 Carterton Kassam ...
Calgary Municipal Election, 2007 - Controversies - Regarding Specific Candidates
... Mayoral candidate Alnoor Kassam was reported to have spent a million dollars of his own money on his campaign, which led to allegations that his money had been acquired in illegal ... While Kassam did admit that the local political culture required regular bribes in order to do business, he noted that a Canadian immigration tribunal had completely exonerated him ... News articles also accused Kassam of attempting economic evictions in a Mount Royal apartment building, although he apparently also supported ...
Kassam Stadium
... The Kassam Stadium is the home of Oxford United Football Club and London Welsh Rugby Football Club, and is named after the ground's owner, and former chairman of the football club, Firoz Kassam ... To date, the Kassam Stadium has staged nothing higher than fourth-tier league football, as Oxford were relegated to Division Three the season before the ...
Nick Merry
... up by Ian Lenagan which bought the club for £1 from former chairman Firoz Kassam ... They are also in negotiations to buy the Kassam Stadium from Kassam ...