Videos tagged with "gene"
United States Air Force Boeing C-32A (757-2G4) taxiing and taking-off from Geneva, Switzerland. [02:40]
I had no idea I would see Air Force Two, it caught me by surprise as I just went to the spotting location for catch a Boeing 737-800 of the Turkish carrier C...
Lockheed C 130 Hercules Algeria Air Force Geneva Cointrin GVA ID16940 [02:15]
Taxi depart 05.
bologhine s'exprime HD [04:26]
c'est le congé de paques, j'arrive pas a m'endormir et je me sens inspiré.. quoi de mieux que de faire ce que je voulais faire depuis longtemps... un montage de quelques photos et videos que j'avais prises en été 2011 enfin je vais pouvoir les partager avec vous... 95% / Nikon D3100
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Sahabie Rasul Sidi Okba ibn Nafi, Biskra-Algeria [08:43]
Uqba ibn Nafi (Arabic: عقبة بن نافع 'Uqbah ibn Nāfi', also referred to as Oqba ibn Nafi, Uqba bin Nafe, Uqba ibn al Nafia, or Akbah; 622--683) was an Arab hero and general who was serving the Umayyad dynasty, in Amir Muavia and Yazid periods, who began the Islamic conquest of the Maghreb, including present-day Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Morocco in North Africa. He was the nephew of 'Amr ibn al-'As. Uqba is often surnamed al-Fihri in reference to the Banu Fihri, a clan connected to the Quraysh. His descendants would be known as the 'Oqbids' or 'Fihrids'. Uqba is the founder of the cultural city of Kairouan in Tunisia. Uqba accompanied Al-'As in his initial raids and capture of cities in North Africa starting with Barca, then proceeding to Tripolitania in 644 AD. In 670 now the emir or commander, Uqba led an Arab army to North Africa, crossing the Egyptian deserts, and setting up military posts at regular intervals along his route. In a region of what is now Tunisia, he established the town now called Kairouan (Kairwan or al Qayrawan, meaning "camp" or "caravanserai" in Persian) about 160 kilometres south of present-day Tunis, which he used as a base for further operations. According to one legend, one of Uqba's soldiers stumbled across a golden goblet buried in the sands. It was recognized as one that had disappeared from Mecca some years before, and when it was dug out of the sand a spring appeared, with waters said to come from the same source as those of the sacred ...
Tags: Algeria, Sahabi, Biskara, Sidi Okba, Okba Ibn Nafi
la plage de l'arapède (la rapette) a Bologhine, Alger. (sous l'eau) 2 [00:29]
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