Mohammed Awad

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Locality: Amman, Jordan
Job: Fire Engineering

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Mohammed Awad

Location: Leeds, United Kingdom
Industry: Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Education: University of Leeds

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Location: Bristol, United Kingdom
Education: Bristol University

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His father Mohammed Awad bin Laden came to the kingdom from Hadramout (South Yemen) sometime around 1930. The father started his life as a very poor laborer (porter in ...

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Mohammed Awad, a member of the National Dialogue Front, was reportedly named as one of those killed in the explosion by Saleh al-Mutlaq, the leader of the Sunni party.