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- Ptah, Peteh, 'South of His Wall', 'The Ancient One', worshipped in Mennefer (Gr: Memphis) already in the early dynastic period, probably at first as the local patron of craftsmanship, his High Priest in Mennefer was titled 'Greatest of the controllers of...
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- Army, committees seize Shabaka Mount in Taiz
- TAIZ, Feb. 13 (Saba) – The army and popular committees force managed to control Shabaka Mountain in Thubab district of Taiz province, a military official announced Saturday. The army and committees purged the mountain of the invaders and the Saudi ...
- Palestinian Refugees from Syria
- As the Palestinian policy network Al Shabaka stresses, since 1948 Arab and neighbouring states have explained their unwillingness to absorb Palestinians as a way to protect their right of return and not absolve Israel of its duties.
- Meet Barry Shabaka Henley: Court Theatre's Louis Armstrong
- Barry Shabaka Henley, or Shabaka as Steven Spielberg and Ron OJ Parson call him, is a prolific film and stage actor known from appearances in "The Terminal," "Collateral," "Better Call Saul" and "Black-ish.
- The one man show “Jungle Bells”
- After searching for his identity and ancestral past in Africa, actor Barry “Shabaka” Henley, returns to America and transforms his insightful journey into a historical reflection.
- Shabaka Hutchings: UK saxophonist in tune with SA's top brass
- The band's frontman and composer Shabaka Hutchings, shares how his Barbados roots, his ties to Africa and the writing process, combined to craft supersonic music. “My main consideration is that I present my music with integrity.
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