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  6. ^ Waleed Aly, profile, Gallery of Australian Biographies, Civics and Citizenship Education, Education Services Australia; "Waleed Aly: why all the haters?" by John Lyons, The Australian, 23 April 2016
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  9. ^ "Islamic Hijri Calendar For Rajab - 150 Hijri". habibur.com. Retrieved 2018-06-13.
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