Philippe Dos Santos (Nejmeh), Akram Moghrabi (Ahed), Hassan Maatouk (Nejmeh), ElHadji Malik Tall.
Rami Fakih (Shabab Al Ghazieh), Hassan Al Kadi (Racing), Hassan Mohamad (Nejmeh), Amadou Niass (Salam Zgharta), Martin Toshev (Ahed).
Hussein Dakik (Ahed. Assist: Issa Yaacoubo) Kiki Christian (Shabab Al Ghazieh. Asssit: Karim Salame) Hassan Mohamad (Nejmeh. Assist: Nader Matar) Abbas ...
يوسف بركات (22 سنة، شباب الساحل) ضد الانصار. اللاعب الذي اوقف حسن معتوق.
Al Ansar Football Club is a Lebanese football club based in the Tariq El Jdideh district of Beirut.
Al Ansar Football Club Women was the women's team of the Lebanese association football club Ansar. Founded in 2007 as one of the first women's teams in Lebanon, Ansar withdrew their women's team prior to the 2011 season.
Al-Ansar Football Club is a professional Saudi Arabian multi-sports club based in Medina that plays in the Prince Mohammad bin Salman League, the second tier of Saudi football. It was founded in 1953.
Al-Ansar is a professional basketball club based in the city of Medina in the Al Madinah Province, Saudi Arabia that plays in the Saudi Premier League. They competed in the 2000 and 2010 Arab Club Championships.
The Al Ansar guest house is a name Joint Task Force Guantanamo counter-terrorism analysts have applied to several guest houses they consider suspicious. Close to one hundred Guantanamo captives had their continued extrajudicial detention justified, at least in part, due to allegations that they had stayed in suspicious guest houses.
The Al-Ansar Party is a Salafist political party in Egypt. It is one of three parties that are part of Hazem Salah Abu Ismail's network of political parties; the other two parties are the Egyptian Nation Party and the Flag Party.
Ansar or Ansari (Arabic: الأنصار al-Anṣār, "The Helpers") were the local inhabitants of Medina who, in Islamic tradition, took the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers (the Muhajirun) into their homes when they emigrated from Mecca during the hijra. They belonged to two main tribes of Azd, the Banu Khazraj and the Banu Aus.
Ansar may refer to:
Al-Ansar was a guerrilla force attached to the Iraqi Communist Party, active between 1979 and 1988.
The Coastal Mountain Range is a mountain range in northwestern Syria running north–south, parallel to the coastal plain. The mountains have an average width of 32 kilometres (20 mi), and their average peak elevation is just over 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) with the highest peak, Nabi Yunis, reaching 1,562 metres (5,125 ft), east of Latakia.