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  • "halawa" banking system in the Arab world depended on the international banking system for some of their needs, and the major halawa networks could be pressured as well.

  • With canned meat and tuna, sugar, sesame paste (halawa) and one kind of vegetable, families we help will be able to make their essential needs for a week.

    Louis Belanger: Aid worker starts rebuilding lives - Diary of an aid worker in Gaza

  • If you know how to write in Arabic, then you know to call it halawa.

    Halva Mousse

  • Our supper was a light affair, but our host brought a platter of something that looked like dark beeswax, but which proved to be a palatable food called "halawa."

    My Three Days in Gilead

  • Rushdi Aloul Co, a family owned business in operation in Palestine since 1918, will be showcasing their traditional tahina and halawa products. Latest News

  • "Certain dishes are made for this special day, dishes that are only cooked for Eid breakfast like debyaza (apricot pudding), halawa turki or Turkish sweet (traditional Turkish pudding) and of course the Ta'teema (a selection of cheese, butter, jam and different kinds of cooked eggs)," she added.

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  • Now 70, he is still selling cheese, halawa and basterma from the premises the last (Jewish) owner sold to him before he packed his bags to leave Egypt for the last time.


  • Virtually all of the funds in the halawa system of traditional finance in Kandahar and the other major cities in the Taliban area are opium-derived.


  • (fried bread with milky sauce), khair khass (milky rice and fresh cream) and shahi halawa (pie crumbs with fresh cream).


  • "In the last days of Ramadan, debyaza and halawa turki are prepared because they need time to be cooked and cool down.

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