(6) Previously, it was placed under Arussi Province until 1961.
2089/10: a letter written from Arussi Awraja Gezat to the Ministry of Pen, Reference No.
A chapter from dietitian Jennifer Arussi
, MS, RDN, also bolsters the full-circle, whole-life benefits of the book.
Last month, Libyan Oil Minister Abdelbari Al Arussi
had already said that protests at oilfields around the country had seriously affected production, costing 250,000 barrels per day (bpd) in lost production.
The proposed new rules, a copy of which was obtained by Ha'aretz, were worked out in talks between Metzger, Tzohar chairman Rabbi David Stav and Rabbi Ratzon Arussi
, a member of the Chief Rabbinical Council.
His many aliases include El (Al) Para (Bara), Abderezak, Abou (Abu) Haidara, Ammane Abu Haidra, Abderezak Zaimeche, Abdul Razzaq, Abdul Rasak, Abdalrazak, al Ammari Al Arussi
, El Ourassi, and further combinations and alternatives.
First past the finishing line with a time of 1 hour 5 minutes was Kenyan Simon Arussi
, who said afterwards: "It was the perfect weather conditions for a run like this and the course was one of the best I have done in a long time.
The mountain nyala has never existed outside of the mountains of southcentral Ethiopia: the Arussi
Mountains, the Bale Mountains, the Cher Chers, the Din Dins.
Between August and December of that same year, Wilfred Thesiger traveled through the Arussi
Mountains to explore the Awash River in the Danakil country of Abyssinia.
"It is doubtlessly a disease, seeing as anything in nature that deviates from the norm is a disease," wrote Rabbi Ratzon Arussi, referring to homosexual tendencies.
Arussi also admitted that in many cases Orthodox Jews respond with violence in the face of open displays of homosexuality because they are "shocked, hurt and offended.