- From Arabic رجب ("respect"). (Wiktionary)
- Arabic rajab, from rajaba, to fear, revere; see rgb in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“He was responsible for the death of many young men," said a 65-year-old resident of Homs, who gave his name as Rajab.”
“Rajab Sahnoun, another Agoco executive, said they are receiving their normal volumes through the pipeline to the port near Tobruk — roughly 70,000 barrels per day.”
“Bahraini Shia are very aware of how they're paying the price for Iran's growing power in the region," said Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights.”
“According to the president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, the real motive behind the arrests was to prevent Shi'ites from gaining a majority in parliament.”
“For sure the impact of the crackdown and the arrests is going to have an influence on the whole situation and I think the turnout for the election is going to be much less than what was expected, said Nabeel Rajab.”
“However, 11-year-old Abdullah Rajab Iyad, said he'd been allowed to handle a gun earlier that day.”
“This verdict is a message from the government, determined to stop the democracy movement, said Nabeel Rajab, head of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights.”
“Most people would agree these are better than what was here before," says Mr. Adjmi's colleague, Mohammad Rajab.”
“Nabeel Rajab said he was blindfolded, handcuffed and placed in the back of a car.”
“As Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights put it: 'Democracy isn't only for those countries the United States has a problem with.”
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