Happy New Year!


Wishing all my friends and family near and far, a very safe, prosperous,
healthy and happy New Year!
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  1. Happy New Year to you too Khadijateri, just heard on the news that the Wagfa will be on Monday yay we will have Monday ,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday off I guess :) that should be cool !!!!

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  2. Happy New Year! All the best for 2006!!

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  3. Lovely New Year 2006
    I amnot` sure..but i heard that wagfa here "in Tripoli" will be sunday.
    i hate that when muslims cant` stand togthers on muslims eids..

    Hibo

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  4. HAPPY NEW YEAR for you Khadija,

    and I guess it'll be alot of holidays this Eid, if we add to Saturday, to what Highlander said.. as the new law from the Government (Lajnah Sha'abiya)about the weekly holiday in Libya. which'll be Friday & Saturday, starting the next Saturday.

    I know thought it bears no differince for alot of unemployed young people!

    Cheers!

    YouCef,

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