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  1. As My Collogues Said u need more activity and respect the Rules
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  3. Good Activity And Improve More Activity Respect The Rules And Respect The Admins Also. Good Luck For Admin.
  4. You Don't have activity in server and also u didn't read any rules u have to read rules first and play in server also per day 200mints so come back after 1 week and request again
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  8. As Mycro said let @King_of_lion come and tell his side stroy to then we will figure out who is wrong who is right because only one side reason is not acceptable we listen to both of story then we can take any action. Thank you.
  9. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1926616/sport Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Ronaldo will definitely feature at Old Trafford Paris Saint-Germain fans will have to wait a while longer to see Lionel Messi in action again ENGLAND: Cristiano Ronaldo will make the first appearance in his second spell for Manchester United in the home match against Newcastle in the Premier League. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Ronaldo will definitely feature at Old Trafford but didn’t confirm if it would be from the start. Tottenham leads on a maximum nine points as the league returns after the international break, and is away to Crystal Palace. Chelsea hosts Aston Villa and champion Manchester City is likely to be tested at Leicester. Arsenal and Norwich have both lost all three of their opening games heading into their meeting at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium. Meanwhile in France, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) fans will have to wait a while longer to see Lionel Messi in action again. The Argentina star scored a hat trick in World Cup qualifying on Thursday but will be rested for Saturday’s game at home to promoted Clermont. PSG is also without veteran central defender Sergio Ramos as he continues his recovery for a calf injury and midfielder Marco Verratti, who is nursing a sore knee. Kylian Mbappe is expected to sit this one out after a minor calf injury on international duty with France. The other game sees Monaco seeking a morale-boosting win at home to Marseille. After finishing third last season, Monaco has won only once in four games so far and was knocked out in the Champions League playoffs. In Germany’s Bundesliga, Julian Nagelsmann left Leipzig at the end of last season to coach Bayern Munich, but he’s already back at his old club. Bayern visits a Leipzig team which has lost two of its first three Bundesliga games under American coach Jesse Marsch. Bayern is unbeaten so far under Nagelsmann and could field left back Alphonso Davies again after he recovered from an injury sustained with the Canadian national team. Borussia Dortmund has struggled in defense this season and faces a tricky game at Bayer Leverkusen. League leader Wolfsburg has three wins from three as it heads to promoted Greuther Fürth. Union Berlin plays Augsburg, Hoffenheim takes on Mainz and Freiburg plays Cologne. In Italy, Moise Kean is being readied to replace Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus. The 21-year-old forward showed off his potential with a two-goal performance for Italy against Lithuania on Wednesday. Now he could get his first action with Juventus after returning to the Bianconeri from spells at Everton and Paris Saint-Germain. Having earned only one point from its opening two matches, Juventus is desperate for a victory but faces a tough test at Napoli. Also, Atalanta hosts Fiorentina in what is usually a high-scoring match and Empoli looks to follow up its surprise win over Juventus when it faces promoted Venezia. Spain’s Mallorca club visits Athletic Bilbao with both sides looking to remain undefeated after four rounds. Mallorca, which earned promotion last season, has impressed with back-to-back wins over Alavés and Espanyol and has only conceded one goal so far. Bilbao held Barcelona 1-1 and won at Celta Vigo before the international break. Levante seeks its first victory when it hosts recently promoted Rayo Vallecano. Initially scheduled for Saturday, Sevilla vs. Barcelona, and Villarreal vs. Alavés, were both postponed to give rest time to players on international duty with South American nations.
  10. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1926366/lifestyle DUBAI: US actress Megan Fox proved this week that she is a fan of Lebanese footwear designer Andrea Wazen’s creations. The star wore Wazen’s heels to the REVOLVE Gallery Private Event this week in New York City. Fox, who shared pictures of the event with her 13.6 million Instagram followers on Thursday, opted for a pair of clear pointed-toe heels with gold-strap detailing, called the Dassy Sunset PVC Pumps. She matched her heels with a sporty pale yellow jacket and matching flared pants. It is not the first time that Fox has worn Wazen’s designs. Earlier this week, the “Transformers” actress shared photos on her Instagram wearing a pair of transparent shoes designed by Wazen that featured green criss-cross detailing. In July, the star championed the designer’s lace-up Mandaloun heels in blue. Fox wore Wazen’s shoes during a shoot for Who What Wear, the California-based fashion brand that produces trend reports, celebrity style guides, wardrobe how-to lessons and fashion news. Wazen’s work has been spotted on a number of A-listers and it girls, including Katy Perry, Kylie Jenner, Jennifer Lopez and Hailey Bieber.
  11. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1926611/saudi-arabia With a population of more than 32m, companies are now competing to enter the market in this sector RIYADH: The culture of imported foods and restaurants was limited until the early 1980s in Riyadh and most cities in Saudi Arabia. However, the availability of sandwiches, shawarma, and hamburger meals has spread in large cities in the Kingdom such as Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah since the mid-1980s. Mansour Al-Assaf, an expert in social history, said on his Twitter account that the first shawarma restaurant in Riyadh was called Abu Nawas Restaurant on King Faisal Road. The first broasted (fried chicken) restaurant was KFC and there was a Wimpy restaurant in the same street in the 1960s. Mixed falafel sandwich meals have been available in Riyadh in Al-Malaz neighborhood on Zaid bin Al-Khattab Street since 1982. Al-Assaf told Arab News that restaurants had existed in Saudi Arabia since the 1950s, but widespread growth took place in the mid-1980s and 1990s. “High-end restaurants were present in some cities in the 1950s, especially in the Eastern Province, Jeddah and perhaps even in Riyadh. Most of them were hotel restaurants such as Al-Yamamah Hotel, Zahrat Al-Sharq Hotel and Sahara Hotel in Riyadh,” he said. “(Hatem Tayi) restaurant in Al-Bathaa district was one of the oldest restaurants in Riyadh in the 1960s. It used to serve kebabs, ribs and kofta — and not far from it people would meet in Omar Khayyam Cafe to watch free wrestling and discuss Ahmed Saeed’s speeches,” he said. Muhammad Al-Harbi, a government retiree, spoke of when he was a college student at King Saud University in 1975. He said that he used to go with his friends to a restaurant serving a traditional Saudi dish called bukhari. “It was a small restaurant near the college. As college students, we mainly cooked at home. We only went to this restaurant when we have extra money to spend.” Al-Assaf said bukhari restaurants had existed since the 1960s but increased in 1987, after which floor-seating dining became popular in Saudi traditional restaurants. A group of young men enjoying their fast food meal and Pepsi soft drink back in the 80s.“Back in the old days, we rarely saw families in restaurants. The majority of those who went to restaurants were male workers and students.” Al-Assaf said that family sections in restaurants existed in the 1960s and 1970s in Riyadh, Jeddah and many other regions in Saudi Arabia. He said that the majority of restaurants with family sections were limited to open buffets or hotel lobbies. Large international fast food restaurants and multinational chains in the 1980s and 1990s contributed to the growth of family sections. “The first Saudi restaurant to sell hamburgers was Herfy, which opened in 1981 under the Gulf Bridge on Khurais Street in Riyadh.” Herfy was one of the first Saudi fast-food restaurants that welcomed families. Al-Assaf said that families in the 1980s began to accept the idea of going out to eat in a restaurant as family sections provided complete privacy for them. “The economic boom also played a role in the spread of restaurants.” Al-Harbi said that during his childhood in the 1960s, eating out was not an option as his parents would not allow it. “There used to be a sweets store in Madinah that served all kinds of cakes and tarts called Salah Bakery. My brothers and I used to look at the tarts from the window outside because we knew our mother wouldn’t allow us to eat them.” During the 1990s, coffee shops began to appear and Saudi families became familiar with different types of Italian coffee, donuts, tiramisu and cinnamon rolls. The food and beverage market witnessed considerable growth in Saudi Arabia after the launch Vision 2030. With a population of more than 32 million, international and local companies are now competing to enter the market in this sector. The entertainment industry and the increased number of sports events and concerts in the Kingdom also positively impacts the food sector. This growth already appears in increased mobile delivery applications, food trucks, and international and local restaurants in large cities such as Riyadh and Jeddah and small towns such as AlUla. Saudi’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, AlUla, has a wide range of temporary food trucks, and several fine dining pop-up restaurants including Anabelle’s, Sass Café and La Cantine du Faubourg. In previous years, the Kingdom has witnessed many developments in the food and beverage industry as international casual and fine dining options have entered the Riyadh market, including PF. Chang’s, Cipriani and Hakkasan. Michelin star-level restaurants are also opening across the Kingdom, such as Rasoi in Jeddah.
  12. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1926461/middle-east Israeli police reported an ‘attempted knife attack’ near the Lions’ Gate, one of the entrances to Jerusalem’s Old City The official Palestinian Wafa news agency identified the man as Hazem Joulani, a a 50-year-old doctor from Jerusalem JERUSALEM: Israeli police shot and fatally wounded a Palestinian assailant Friday during an attempted stabbing in the Old City of annexed east Jerusalem, police and hospital sources said. The incident comes at a time of heightened tensions after six Palestinian prisoners broke out of an Israeli jail this week. Palestinian armed groups had called for a “Day of Rage” on Friday in support of the prisoners as Israeli security forces continued their manhunt. Israeli police reported an “attempted knife attack” near the Lions’ Gate, one of the entrances to Jerusalem’s Old City. “Police and border guards responded by shooting” the assailant, a 50-year-old resident of east Jerusalem, police said in a statement. Hadassah hospital where he was taken pronounced his death shortly after arrival. The official Palestinian Wafa news agency identified the man as Hazem Joulani, a doctor from Jerusalem. An Israeli officer was lightly wounded by bullet fragments during the incident, police said. Israel has poured troops into the West Bank since Monday’s breakout by six militants from the high security Gilboa prison in northern Israel through a tunnel dug beneath a sink in a cell. Palestinians have celebrated the breakout with demonstrations in both the West Bank and the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip.
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