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"The enemy deliberately targeted the prisoners in Dhamar, and a large number of them were preparing to go out as part of an exchange deal," Sayyed Abdulmalik said.
When it comes to licensed properties, Sayyed said the government could be making a huge amount from them, Sayyed said, pointing to a map of Lebanon's coastal properties and the land value of each area.
Sayyed Nasrallah also confirmed the convergence between the resistance movements, voicing solidarity in the face of the Israeli aggression.
During the interrogation, it was revealed that Sayyed had hid himself as a muezzin at Malad in Mumbai and had come to Delhi to meet an associate.
Their son Mohammed survived an emergency caesarian in July, but Sayyed has been told there is little chance of his wife will recover.
Sayyed was not the only one who is mesmerised with mountains and sand -- some foreigners from across the globe come to spend a few nights to enjoy the quiet and scenery.
On Iran, Sayyed Bader said that his country has worked to ensure that world leaders gain "a more realistic" understanding of the different aspects of the Islamic Republic's international relations, "and an understanding of Iran's legitimate concerns".
Local leaders of PPP Amanullah Siyal, Pervaiz Ansari, Abdul Jabbar Khan, Jam Khan Shoro, Sayyed Fayyaz Shah, Pasha Qazi, Aftab Khanzada, Noor un Nisa Abro, Abrar Qureshi, Ghulam Rasool Kalhoro and others also expressed sympathies with the bereaved family.
The four signal benches will comprise on Justice, Ijaz ul Ahsan, Justice, Ibad-ur-Rehman Lodhi, Justice, Sayyed Mazahar Ali Akbar Naqvi and Justice, Rauf Ahmed Sheikh .
"The detainees have been supplied with copies of the Holy Quran, books, magazines, fruit and juice," Mr Al Sayyed said.
The most senior member of the ruling family, Sayyed Thuwaini is a "Special Representative" of the sultan and is listed next to Qaboos in official line-ups.
It said: "The Lebanese Foreign Minister, Sayyed Alfred Naccahe, said today that the Lebanese government was still waiting for official information concerning the sate of the signing of the Turco-Iraqi pact.
I am afraid that Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is putting loyalty above competence when it comes to the advisors surrounding him.
Sayyed has also called on Baroud to start an investigation "concerning the reasons behind Hassan's surprise visit to Cairo on March 7, which coincided with the report published by Al-Jadeed TV." Sayyed along with other three Lebanese security officers were jailed in 2005 after they were blamed for involvement in Hariri's killing.
In a front-page editorial on January 20, Sayyed said a settlement for the Lebanese crisis has been shelved, leaving the country open to all possibilities.