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Friday, November 21, 2014

Pak-UAE Friendship Forum

Website launched to express loyalty

SHARJAH: A large number of Pakistanis from different segments of society attended a gathering on Friday night to celebrate the UAE National Day in which a dedicated website was introduced and invited the community to express their loyalty towards the UAE and its Rulers.


The programme was organised by founders and members of Pak-UAE Friendship Forum, including Advocate Muhammad Raees Qureshi, Prince Iqbal Goraya, Muneer Hans and others.
“Besides the celebration of National Day of UAE, the event was also marked to honour chief executive Dr Abdullah Al Shaibani of  http://www.ourallegiancetokhalifa.ae, a website launched recently to provide opportunity to people to express their appreciation towards the UAE and its Rulers who made the country a remarkable place for everyone,” said Qureshi. He said we are asking our community to come forward and through this website join the people around the world to share their comments and appreciate the visionary leadership of UAE Rulers. “The portal was launched in Abu Dhabi in May and has been receiving entries from various expat communities and we are sure that the Pakistani community will show their loyality towards President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Members of the Supreme Council of the UAE for their contribution to make the country a home for people around the world,” he added. He further said people belonging to different nationalities and religions reside in the UAE with happiness and love the country. “It’s a unique platform that is treating everyone equally and people should lodge their commitment on this website,” he said, adding that the New Year will bring more peace and prosperity to everyone.
Dr Abdullah Al Shaibani said that people around the aglobe showed tremendous appreciation, recognition and loyalty to President Sheikh Khalifa. “So far around 10 million people have visited the website, including a large number of Pakistanis who shared their comments on the website to appreciate the UAE and the Rulers,” he added.
Abdul Qauum Khugani, Counsellor (Passport) at the Pakistan Consulate, Dubai, also attended the programme and said that the UAE National Day is an important day for the Pakistani community as both countries are very close and always stand by each other.

“We Pakistanis consider the UAE as our second home where other nationalities live in harmony,” he said.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Nabeel Mahjoob and Luke Whelan retain titles

Samira Hamham stays women’s champion at International Arab Boxing for Peace event

Boxing Mohammed Sand (in Black) from Emirates in action against Ahmed Lembarki from Tunisa during the Arab Boxing Peace Championships at Tennis Stadium, Al Garhoud.

Dubai: Samira Hamham of Morocco, Nabeel Mahjoob of Tunisia and Luke Whelan of Great Britain defended their world title belts at the International World Arab Boxing for Peace held at the Dubai Tennis Stadium on Saturday
Hamham held off Rukhsana Khal, her challenger from Pakistan in the lone women’s bout, Mahjoob outboxed his Cambodian challenger Thor Shan in the lightweight 60kg category, while Whelan ousted a gutsy Denzil Diaz from Spain after nine gruelling rounds in the Middle Weight 70kg division.
Frenchman Yohan Bonsour was the lone champion who failed to defend his belt after the judges decreed that Raul Denenbourg, his challenger from The Netherlands had enjoyed the better share in the nine-round bout.
The bout between Whelan and Diaz was one of the more engrossing fights as the smaller-made Spaniard matched his opponent’s reach through sheer speed and ability to stay away. However as the fight progressed, Whelan started taking control as he punished Diaz with a barrage of punches to his face in the eighth round.
With both fighters struggling for breath, the ninth and final round was as good as a formality. “My plan was to listen to my coach’s [Charlie Peters] instructions carefully and implement them. He [Diaz] is a very experienced opponent and I had to make sure I didn’t get within striking range of his right,” he added.
After improving his record to 35 wins from 54 fights, Whelan will now take a break till his managing team narrows down on an opponent in early 2015. “It would be lovely to be back in Dubai and have the opportunity to defend my belt. But then that is in the future. Right now I am only looking forward to a well-deserved break,” Whelan said.
The boxing championship was held to convey the message of peace and fraternity among all and the fight card consisted of seven bouts of which four were professional title defence fights and the remaining three involved amateurs.
Earlier in the amateur fights, the UAE’s Mohammad Sanad gave the holiday crowd much to cheer about when he defeated Ahmad Mubaraki of Tunisia in the 70kg category. In the other two fights, Georgio Alessi won by technical knock-out (TKO) over Libya’s Mohammad Nabeel and Jordan’s Saif Zagzouk secured a close win over Christian Mmboea of Cameroon.

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