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Their flight to Israel, which Israel calls Aliya, meaning moving from an inferior position to a higher or superior position, was
The official did not identify the three, but a woman identified as Aliya Alwi wrote on her Twitter account that she and the two others, freelance journalist Austin Mackell and student Derek Ludovici, had been detained and told they would be transferred to a military intelligence office in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.
Just as Paul Gauguin left Paris' Bourse and the life of a stockbroker for a life in art, Aliya LeeKong left behind a life in banking for a life in food.
Andrew Blackmore-Dobbyn: Aliya LeeKong: Behind a Michelin Star
MARTIN: Professor Lewis I was going to ask you, or maybe Aliya you might want to respond to this, we're talking about four students out of 3,000.
Reporter Aliya Sternstein, writing for NextGov, provides this concise description:
With us is Aliya King, the author of the piece, Brian Alston, one of the students profiled in the piece, and Morehouse alumnus and professor L'Heureax Lewis.
Aliya Mustafina led the six-member Russian team to victory Wednesday, as it all came down to the final routine of the day.
But I think as both Aliya and Brian suggested, when you read the article you actually see how this can be a deeper contribution to the Morehouse brand and the Morehouse legacy.
Aliya Naim, a co-director for a group called Yemen Peace Project, says the situation is getting very alarming, and she fears military defectors could soon join tribal clans in escalating armed pressure against the ailing president.
We wanted to talk more about this, so we've called Aliya King.
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