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Maghreb, North Africa ( soc.culture.maghreb )
 
From [email protected] Tue Aug 11 12:15:34 1992
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From: [email protected] (Lotfi Hermi)
Subject: RFD: soc.culture.maghreb
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I would like to propose the creation of a new social cultural group

soc.culture.maghreb

Reason for proposing this social gp is that this maghreb region which includes
the five north african arab countries : Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania
and Lybia has developped, although in ties with the arab "mashreq" or middle
east, its history is a little bit different. The mentality of its peoples, the
worries are very different from the arab east. This region with a total 
population of about 70,000,000 people is booming with than half of its
population less than 20 years of age (75%). So many challenges face our region
and I would like to see some of my compatriots share my worries and hopes
-- 
Lotfi Hermi 
[email protected]
[email protected]
...
thank you for your cooperation.

From [email protected] Tue Apr 20 14:45:44 1993
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From: [email protected] (IMoroccan)
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Subject: RFD: soc.culture.maghreb
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Date: 20 Apr 1993 09:52:40 -0400
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	This is a formal request for discussion on the creation of a new  
newsgroup called " soc.culture.maghreb"  (not moderated)

Purpose:

	Maghreb newsgroup will be the place where  Everyone is welcome and  
where we can discuss all aspect s of maghrebian " north Africa" culture  
and society  issues.  Issues such as :  Cultural events, Scientific  
events, News (political, Sports, Environmental, ......), Maghrebian  
students interest,  Maghrebian students experience faraway from home (  
Europe, North America...), How can we use our education and experience to  
enhance the development of our countries, Special research interest,   
Maghreb's role of technology transfer to other arabic and african  
countries,Travel information.

Moderation:

	The soc.culture.maghreb will be unmoderated, anyone will be able  
to post to this newsgroup.  So it will be expected from everyone posting  
to not use any unnecessary criticism of individuals.  Criticism should be  
constructive, and polite.

Language:

	Due to the variety of students and lack of arabic software the  
language will be either English, or French.  Other languages are also  
welcomed.

At this moment there is a mailing list for people interested in Maghreb,  
operating out of University of Texas @ San Antonio.  The number of members  
is in the 100s, and another group operating from washington.

RFD:

	As per Usenet guidelines Follow-ups will be directed to  
news.groups.  The discussion will last a month starting from April 20th,
the date the initial RFD message appears in  news.announce.newgroups.   
Another Rfd will be posted two weeks later reflecting any suggestions made  
during  the discussion.  After that a call for votes will follow.
	Please post your discussion in news.groups
-- 
   [email protected] 

From [email protected] Tue May 11 08:35:02 1993
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From: [email protected] (Redouan Rouzky)
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Subject: 2nd RFD: soc.culture.maghreb
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	This is the 2nd RFD (request for discussion) on the creation of a  
new newsgroup called " soc.culture.maghreb"  (not moderated). We will be
calling for votes soon.

Purpose:

	Maghreb newsgroup will be the place where  Everyone is welcome and  
where we can discuss all aspect s of maghrebian " north Africa" culture  
and society  issues. Issues such as :  Cultural events, Scientific events,  
News (political, Sports, Environmental, ......), Maghrebian students  
interest,  Maghrebian students experience faraway from home ( Europe,  
North America...), How can we use our education and experience to enhance  
the development of our countries, Special research interest,  Maghreb's  
role of technology transfer to other arabic and african countries,Travel  
information.

Moderation:

	The soc.culture.maghreb will be unmoderated, anyone will be able  
to post to this newsgroup.  So it will be expected from everyone posting  
to not use any unnecessary criticism of individuals.  Criticism should be  
constructive, and polite.

Language:

	Due to the variety of students and lack of arabic software the  
language will be either English, or French.  Other languages are also  
welcomed.

        At this moment there is a mailing list for people interested
in Maghreb, operating out of University of Texas @ San Antonio.  The
number of members is in the 100s, and another group operating from
washington.

RFD:

	The RFD will be sent to the newsgroups news.groups,  
news.announce.newsgroups,soc.culture.arabic,soc.culture.african,
soc.culture.bangladesh, soc.culture.canada,soc.culture.europe,    
soc.culture.french, soc.culture.iranian,soc.culture.pakistan,    
soc.culture.turkish soc.culture.lebanon, and to the lists mentioned above.
	As per Usenet guidelines Follow-ups will be directed to  
news.groups.  The discussion will last a month starting from April 16th,  
the date the initial RFD message appeared in news.announce.newgroups.   
After that a call for votes will follow.
	Please post your discussion in news.groups
-- 
[email protected] 

From [email protected] Thu May 13 00:24:56 1993
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From: [email protected] (Redouan Rouzky)
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Subject: CFV: soc.culture.maghreb
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		FIRST CALL FOR VOTES - soc.culture.maghreb

Due to the overwhelming total agreement during the discussion period, and  
the request of many people interested in the newsgroup, it has been  
decided that we will call for votes.

Newsgroup : soc.culture.maghreb

Status : Unmoderated

Purpose :
	Maghreb newsgroup will be the place where everyone is welcome and  
where we can discuss all aspects of maghrebian (North Africa) culture and  
society  issues.  

VOTING  INSTRUCTIONS :

1. All votes should be sent to : 	[email protected]

2. TO VOTE YES, in support of the creation on soc.culture.maghreb

	a. In subject heading, write : 
		"Vote soc.culture.maghreb : YES"

	b. In the message, include the following 2 lines :
		"I vote YES for the creation of soc.culture.maghreb."
		 Full Name (Write your full name)

3. TO VOTE NO, in opposition to the creation of soc.culture.maghreb

	a. In subject heading, write :
		"Vote soc.culture.maghreb : NO"

	b. In the message, include the following 2 lines :
		"I vote NO for the creation of soc.culture.maghreb."
		 Full Name (Write your full name)

4.  Voting Rules:

    - Votes must be e-mailed to [email protected]
	
    - Votes must be of the format described in 3. (above)

    - One vote per person. 

    - You must have a valid e-mail address to vote. 

    - You can not vote for a friend.

    - Ambiguous votes will be invalidated.
      Ambiguous votes contain neither YES nor NO, or contain both,
      or are conditional, such as "I vote ... if ..."

    - Votes posted to any newsgroup will NOT be counted.

    - According to the USENET rules, in order for the new group to be       
created, at least 2/3 of the votes must be "YES", and there must be at  
least 100 more "YES" votes than "NO" votes.

    - Votes must be sent during the voting period. (See 5)

    - For more details on the voting rules being followed, refer to  
article
    <[email protected]> in news.announce.newgroups.


5. Voting Period 

	The voting period will start when this Call For Votes (CFV)  
appears on news.announce.newgroups and it will end 3 June 1993 at
23:59 UTC.

	Votes received after the expiration date will be discarded.
Additional CFVs will be issued later, and votes will be acknowledged.
If you voted and do not see your name in the acknowledge list, vote
again.

From [email protected] Fri May 28 16:18:41 1993
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From: [email protected] (Redouan Rouzky)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: soc.culture.maghreb
Followup-To: poster
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			2nd Call For Votes

	This is the 2nd CVT  (CALL FOR VOTES) on the creation of a new  
newsgroup called "soc.culture.maghreb"  (not moderated). If your name does   
not appear in list below, please vote again, even if you did vote before.
 
Purpose:

	Maghreb newsgroup will be the place where  Everyone is welcome and  
where we can discuss all aspect s of maghrebian " north Africa" culture  
and society  issues. Issues such as :  Cultural events, Scientific events,  
News (political, Sports, Environmental, ......), Maghrebian students  
interest,  Maghrebian students experience faraway from home ( Europe,  
North America...), How can we use our education and experience to enhance  
the development of our countries, Special research interest,  Maghreb's  
role of technology transfer to other arabic and african countries,Travel  
information.

Moderation:

	The soc.culture.maghreb will be unmoderated, anyone will be able  
to post to this newsgroup.  So it will be expected from everyone posting  
to not use any unnecessary criticism of individuals.  Criticism should be  
constructive, and polite.

Language:

	Due to the variety of students and lack of arabic software the  
language will be either English, or French.  Other languages are also  
welcomed.  At this moment there is a mailing list for people interested in  
Maghreb, operating out of University of Texas @ San Antonio.  The number  
of members is in the 100s, and another group operating from washington.

VOTING  INSTRUCTIONS :

1. All votes should be sent to : 	[email protected]

2. TO VOTE YES, in support of the creation on soc.culture.maghreb

	a. In subject heading, write : 
		"Vote soc.culture.maghreb : YES"

	b. In the message, include the following 2 lines :
		"I vote YES for the creation of soc.culture.maghreb."
		 Full Name (Write your full name)

3. TO VOTE NO, in opposition to the creation of soc.culture.maghreb

	a. In subject heading, write :
		"Vote soc.culture.maghreb : NO"

	b. In the message, include the following 2 lines :
		"I vote NO for the creation of soc.culture.maghreb."
		 Full Name (Write your full name)

4.  Voting Rules:

    - Votes must be e-mailed to [email protected]
	
    - Votes must be of the format described in 3. (above)

    - One vote per person. 

    - You must have a valid e-mail address to vote. 

    - You can not vote for a friend.

    - Ambiguous votes will be invalidated.
      Ambiguous votes contain neither YES nor NO, or contain both,
      or are conditional, such as "I vote ... if ..."

    - Votes posted to any newsgroup will NOT be counted.

    - According to the USENET rules, in order for the new group to be       
created, at least 2/3 of the votes must be "YES", and there must be at  
least 100 more "YES" votes than "NO" votes.

    - Votes must be sent during the voting period. 

  
5. Voting Period 

	The voting period will end on June 3rd / 1993 at 23:59 UTC.
Votes received after the expiration date will be discarded. 
If you voted and do not see your name in the acknowledge list, vote
again.

[email protected] 			Ambrose G Barry
[email protected] 			Aurag Hassan
[email protected]		Abdelmoti Benaboud
[email protected]		Abdessamad Aidane
[email protected]			Abdellah Dahraji
[email protected]			Ali Benslimane"
[email protected]		Ali Khalil Al-Alousi
[email protected]		Abderrazak Doudou
[email protected]		Ali Ayari
[email protected]		Addi Fadel)
[email protected]			Abdelali HANNOUFA
[email protected] 		Abdellah Laytimi
[email protected]			Ahmed Bouzid
[email protected]		Anan Kaewlium
[email protected]			Aniss Driss
[email protected]				Aziz Elkardoudi
[email protected]			Azzouz Elazzouzi
[email protected]		Abderrafiaa ELKALAY
[email protected]			Abderrahmane LAKAS
[email protected]		Achour MOSTEFAOUI
[email protected]	Abul Lais M.S. Haque
[email protected]			Ahmed AL-ASHAAB
[email protected]			Abdelaziz MOUNJI
[email protected]		Abderrazak Chababe
[email protected] 			Ahmet Cosar
[email protected]			ahmed bensafi
[email protected]			Abdelillah Asraoui
[email protected]		Alison Smith
[email protected]		Asim Mughal
[email protected]			Beghdad AYAD
[email protected] B.J. 	Herbison
[email protected] 	Ben Mnaouer Adel
[email protected]	Brenda E. Bickett
[email protected]		Brahim Zekhnini 
[email protected]			Chafiq,Halli
[email protected]			Camille le Monies.S
[email protected] 		Chris Marble
[email protected] 			Christopher Ward
[email protected]		CHEDLEY_AOURIRI 
[email protected]			Dan Shelton
[email protected]	Darhmaoui Hassan
[email protected]		Dawn Roberson
[email protected]			Eric Hawk
[email protected]			Elamine M. Salhi
[email protected]			Elhasnaoui Hamid
[email protected]			elyamani,abdessamad
[email protected]			Evan Kirshenbaum
[email protected]		Fares Mohamed 
[email protected]		Fethi A Rabhi
[email protected] 			Fathi Ghorbel
[email protected]				Frederic Maffray
[email protected]		Guy Umbright
[email protected]		Guido Mensching
[email protected]		Guido Mensching 
[email protected]		 	Hardcore Alaskan
[email protected] 		Herbert M Petro
[email protected]			Henni SAIAH
[email protected]			Hart Poskar
[email protected]	 		Herve LEGAY
[email protected]		Hasan Kashal
[email protected]		Hakim Abu Ahmed
[email protected]		Hassan BALOUI
[email protected]			Hatem Sellami
[email protected]			Husam Kinawi 
[email protected][129.96.250.30]			Ibrahim Mahmoud El-Fayoumi
[email protected]				Ivan Ballon Carranza
[email protected]				John De Armond
[email protected]			Joseph Barco
[email protected]			Juyong Qiu
[email protected]		Jamila Bargach
[email protected]			Jomaa Samir
[email protected] 		Julien Cassaigne
[email protected]		Jayce C Johnson
[email protected]			Jamal Zemerly
[email protected]		Jalel Azaiez
[email protected]			Jeffrey Douglas Huffman
[email protected]			Jennifer Smith
[email protected] 			Khalil Tibourtine
[email protected]			Khalid Charef
[email protected]			Karim Esseghir
[email protected]			Karim Harzallah
[email protected] 		Kevin Russell
[email protected]			Kamel-Eddine Mokhtech
[email protected]			Khalil RACHID
[email protected]			Kamal Foudil-Bey
[email protected] 			Luciano Mannucci
[email protected] 			Lotfi Senhadji
[email protected]	Lotfi Hermi 
[email protected]			Malcolm Austin
[email protected]			Matt Power
[email protected] 			Mike Hatz
Murray Nesbitt <pseudo!mjn>		Murray Nesbitt
[email protected]		Mohib.N.Durrani
[email protected]			MOHSINE KARRAKCHOU
[email protected]		Martin Zacharias
[email protected]		M CHERFAOUI (CCETT/TMM) 
[email protected]			Ming Zhang
[email protected] 			Mohamed Kerdjoudj
[email protected]	 		Mousa Hussein
[email protected]		Minjie Zhang
[email protected]		Mohamed Chabi
[email protected]	 		Mhamed Chabi
[email protected] 			Mohammed El Abdellaoui
[email protected] 		Moulay H Elabdellaoui
[email protected]			Malek Chikh
[email protected]			Mohamed Zait INRIA  
[email protected]		Monsieur LAHZAMI
[email protected]		Myriam Batista
[email protected]		Milton Alan Turner
[email protected]		Nezha Radi Benjelloun
[email protected]			Nadji Rekhif
[email protected]			NasrEddine.Yousfi
[email protected]			Nigel the Lemur
[email protected]			OUSSAMA TATBY
[email protected]			Omar Hassaine
[email protected]		Paul Robinson 
[email protected] 			Paulo da Costa 42147
[email protected]			Pierre ZIEGELER
[email protected]			Paul Merlo
[email protected]			Peter Borton
[email protected]		Ping Yan
[email protected]			Paul Janssen
[email protected] 		Richard H. Miller
[email protected]			Rachid Dahmani
[email protected] 			Ruben Medina
[email protected]		Regis Pomes
[email protected]		Redouan Rouzky
[email protected]		Ravikumar Chunduru
[email protected]			Ruby Druiventak 
[email protected]			Ruby Druiventak
[email protected]			Ridha Ziani
[email protected] 	Robert Anderson
[email protected]			Ramzi El-Fekih
[email protected]		Samir Elamrani
[email protected]		Samia Kahlal
[email protected]			SERGE PERRIER
[email protected]		Sadok Kallel
[email protected]		Susmitha Baddipudi
[email protected]		Selim Guncer
[email protected]		Steven G Huter
[email protected] 			Sherwin Lu 
[email protected] 		Tom Culliton x2278
[email protected] 			Tony Basoglu
[email protected]				TALBI EL-GHAZALI
[email protected]			Valerie Hermans
[email protected] 	Waheeduddin Ahmed Ansari
[email protected]			ZIDOURI Abdelmalek
[email protected]		Zakariae BOUZIANE

From [email protected] Mon Jun  7 10:37:47 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Redouan Rouzky)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,soc.culture.african,soc.culture.arabic,soc.culture.bangladesh,soc.culture.french,soc.culture.iranian,soc.culture.pakistan,soc.culture.turkish,soc.culture.lebanon
Subject: RESULT: soc.culture.maghreb passes 199:28
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 4 Jun 1993 14:22:23 -0400
Organization: Univ of Texas at San Antonio
Lines: 243
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3665 news.groups:73394 soc.culture.african:16063 soc.culture.arabic:21226 soc.culture.bangladesh:13967 soc.culture.french:23587 soc.culture.iranian:24744 soc.culture.pakistan:42341 soc.culture.turkish:37190 soc.culture.lebanon:9983

Total Votes 227 
Total YES - 199
Total No  -  28
Percentage of YES votes : 87.7 % (More than 2/3)
There were 171 more YES votes than NO votes.

The following are the YES votes.
Total Yes Votes : 199

[email protected]			CHEDLEY_AOURIRI
[email protected]			abdessamad aidane
[email protected]			Alexandre Khalil
[email protected]				Hocine Azeni
[email protected]			Abdul Kasim
[email protected]			Ali Khalil Al-Alousi
[email protected]			Ali Ayari
[email protected]			Achour MOSTEFAOUI
[email protected]		Brenda E. Bickett
[email protected]			Guetari, Chokri
[email protected]				Thierry Saint-Pierre
[email protected]	 	Darhmaoui Hassane
[email protected]			Samir Elamrani
[email protected]				Elhasnaoui Hamid
[email protected]				Siep Weiland
[email protected]			Fethi Rabhi
[email protected]				Abdelali HANNOUFA
[email protected]				Cecelia Grant
[email protected]				Eric Hawk
[email protected]				Henni SAIAH
[email protected]			[email protected]
[email protected]			Jayce C. Johnson
[email protected]			Samia Kahlal
[email protected]			Melinda Castel de Oro
[email protected]			Rabah Seffal
[email protected]				Paul Merlo
[email protected]			Guido Mensching
[email protected]				Mohamed Zait
[email protected]			Mourad CHERFAOUI
[email protected]			Nasr-Eddine YOUSFI
[email protected]			Omar Bouamra
[email protected]				Azzouz Sellai
[email protected]			Regis Pomes
[email protected]				Pierre ZIEGELER
[email protected]				Rita T. Homsieh
[email protected]			Hasan Kashal
[email protected]			Steve Huter
UGMM013%[email protected]    	Ali Benslimane
[email protected]			Martin Zacharias
[email protected]			Milton A. Turner
[email protected]				AKCHICH ABDELGHANI
[email protected]				Ben Amara
[email protected]				abdellah Dahraji
[email protected]			Ben Mnaouer Adel
[email protected]				Farida ADIMI
[email protected]				Azzouz Elazzouzi
[email protected]				Andras Mehes
[email protected]				Ahmed Al-Ashabb
[email protected]				Lahzami
[email protected]		Ammar Kouki
[email protected]			Abdallah AL-Hamdan
[email protected]		Abul Lais M S Haque
[email protected]				Abdeslam Mallah
[email protected]				Abdelaziz MOUNJI
[email protected]			Anan Kaewlium
[email protected]			Waheeduddin Ahmed Ansari
[email protected]			Khaled T. Assaleh
[email protected]				Beghdad AYAD
[email protected]				Aziz Elkardoudi
[email protected]			Myriam Batista
[email protected]				Khalid CHAREF
[email protected]			Karim Benabid
[email protected]			Abdelmoti Benaboud
[email protected]		Said Benhamou
[email protected]		Mokrane Benhamou
[email protected]			BEN YACOUB  Souheil
[email protected]					Berton Aldrich Robbins, IV
[email protected]				Bachar Fourati
[email protected]			Belkacem Manseur
[email protected]			Khaled H. Bounar
[email protected]			Zakariae BOUZIANE
[email protected]				Ahmed Tewfik Bouzid
[email protected]			Alessio F. Bragadini
[email protected]				Julien Cassaigne
[email protected]			Abderrazak Chababe
[email protected]			Mohamed Chabi 
[email protected]				Chafiq,Halli
[email protected]				ahmed bensafi
[email protected]				Ahmet Cosar
[email protected]			Hakim Abu Ahmed
[email protected]			Abdallah Benmhamed
[email protected]				Rachid Dahmani
[email protected]				Daniel Shelton
[email protected]			Dawn Roberson
[email protected]				Djamal Bouzida
[email protected]				Aniss Ali  DRISS
[email protected]				El-Hachemi Aliouche
[email protected]				ABDESSAMAD ELYAMANI
[email protected]			Elhoussine Elidrissi.
[email protected]			Abderrafiaa ELKALAY
[email protected]				Ervan Darnell
[email protected]				Mohamed El Amine Salhi
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[email protected]			Addi Fadel
[email protected]			Mohamed Fares
[email protected]			Fazlil Coowar
[email protected]				Kamal Foudil-Bey
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[email protected]				Fathi Ghorbel
[email protected]			Selim Guncer
[email protected]			Hassan BALOUI
[email protected]			SALIMA HASSAS
[email protected]				Hatem Sellami
[email protected]			B.J. Herbison
[email protected]				Hart Poskar
[email protected]				Jeffrey Douglas Huffman
[email protected]				Mousa Hussein
[email protected] 				Sherwin Lu
[email protected]			Youssef Iguider
[email protected]				KHALID ILIAS
[email protected]					Irina Athanasiu
[email protected]				Ingrid Solem
[email protected]					Ivan Ballon Carranza
[email protected]			Jalel Azaiez
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[email protected]				Herve LEGAY
[email protected]			Camille le Monies de Sagazan
[email protected]		Lotfi Hermi
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[email protected]				Luciano Mannucci
[email protected]					Frederic Maffray
[email protected]			Abderrazak Doudou
[email protected]				CHIKH Malek
[email protected]				ZIDOURI Abdelmalek
[email protected]				Mark  T. Jurena
[email protected]				Meryem Marzouki
[email protected]				M'hammed Dahmane
[email protected]				Ruben MEDINA
[email protected]				Mohammed EL Abdellaoui
[email protected]			Moulay Hafid EL  
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[email protected]			Minjie Zhang
[email protected]			Alison Smith
[email protected]			Jan Clarke
[email protected]				Manoj Mittal
[email protected]			Mohib N Durrani
[email protected]				MOHSINE KARRAKCHOU
[email protected]			Robert Moldenhauer
[email protected]			A. M. Mughal
[email protected]				Ming Zhang
[email protected]			Nezha Radi Benjelloun
[email protected]				Nigel Lemur
[email protected]				Guevara NOUBIR
[email protected]				Omar Hassaine
[email protected]			Isselmou OULD DELLAHY
[email protected]				OUSSAMA TATBY
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[email protected]			Usman Qazi
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[email protected]				Khalil RACHID
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[email protected]			Sadok Kallel
[email protected]			Saad Sahraoui
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[email protected]				Samir Jomaa
[email protected]					Ben Hassen Saniya
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[email protected]					Hans van Staveren
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[email protected]				THEODOR Tachim
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[email protected]			Abdellah Laytimi
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[email protected]			J. Eugenio Sanchez-Pena
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[email protected]	Guy Umbright
[email protected]			Chris Marble
[email protected]				Tom Culliton
[email protected]				Christopher Ward
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[email protected]				Olson Eric
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[email protected]				Julian Macassey
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[email protected]				Malcolm Austin
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[email protected]			Leonard J. Peirce
[email protected][129.96.250.30]				Ibrahim Mahmoud El-Fayoumi
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