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PHOTO GALLERY: Gulf women make unprecedented appearance in Qatar 2011 Arab games


Qatar's Hayat Musa (L) and Huda Ahmad (R) fight for the ball with Kuwait's Fatemah Alhamad (2nd L) a
Lebanon's Mary Prince (R) fights for the ball with Kuwait's Noora Alnajdi during a Women's Basketba
Wohdan Shaden of Qatar bites her silver medal during the women?s gymnastics individual all-around fi
Gold medalist Alia Saeed (R) and silver medalist Betlhem Belayneh from the United Arab Emirates cele
Fatima Abdulla of Qatar competes in the trampoline gymnastics women's individual final at the Arab G
Wohdan Shaden of Qatar competes on the beam event during the women?s gymnastics individual all-aroun
Ayecha Albalooshi of United Arab Emirates competes in the women's 58kg weightlifting competition at
Lebanon's Hanna Saliba (back) fights for the ball with Qatar's Amal Saleh during the women's basketb
Kuwait's Maryam Arzouqi smiles after winning the gold medal for the women's 10m air rifle shooting a
Fatima Abdulla of Qatar bites her medal after the trampoline gymnastics women's individual final at
Alia Saeed (L) of the United Arab Emirates competes at the Women's 5000m final during the 2011 Arab
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Mostafa
09-01-2012 07:48am
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Hijab!
so where is Hijab!??
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