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Date-pits powder and activated carbon from date–pits showed effective in purifying water by removing different types of pollutants, such as heavy metals, boron, dyes, phenolic compounds, and pesticides.
Date-pits also showed effective to be used as ingredient for composed, biomass, and fermentation processes.3.
Mr al-Ali's colleague revealed a senior member of Yasser Arafat's PLO telephoned the cartoonist in the middle of June and said: "You must correct your attitude." "Don't say anything against the honest people, otherwise we will have business to sort you out," the caller continued.
Mr al-Ali ignored the warning and published a cartoon lampooning Mr Arafat and his henchmen on 24 June.
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Date-pits showed effectives in animal and poultry feeds and it could be used as value added products, such as: dietary fibres, functional polysaccharides, caffeine-free drinks (similar to coffee), oil (biofuel or cooking oil), and other functional or medicinal products. Al-Farsi M., Alasalvar C., Al-Abid M., Al-Shoaily K., Al-Amry M., Al-Rawahy F., Compositional and functional characteristics of dates, syrups and their by-products. He was rushed to a nearby hospital, but has been transferred to the neurosurgical department at Charing Cross Hospital.Eyewitnesses described Mr al-Ali being approached by two men - aged 25 to 30, with olive complexions - when one of them drew a gun and shot him at point blank range on the right side of his face.He has worked for the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Qabas for three years and moved to London after he was expelled from Kuwait two years ago.Under threat Colleagues at the newspaper reported a Kuwaiti gang had tried to kill him before he left the country and he did not want to live in another Middle Eastern country because he feared for his life.
His cartoons are characterised by a small boy called Hanthala watching the scenes before him with childish innocence.