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Die Feen is more serious, and we can detect roots of Tannhauser and Lohengrin in this music.
Sayed Al Khatab who is the president of the Egyptian censorship had made a decision to forbid the new clip for the song "Baba Feen" (where Is Daddy) for the famous Lebanese superstar Haifa Wahbe, claiming that she had made some inappropriate remarks about the Egyptian ethnic group the "Nuba".
The new clip for the song "Baba Feen" is directed by Laila Kanan and this time Haifa was successful in choosing the right image to reach out to kids of all ages.
Feen quoted the health regulations: "No person shall keep or allow to be kept any number of domestic animals which shall constitute a nuisance."
The new clip included two songs and they are "Baba Feen" (Where Is Daddy) and the second one is "Lama Al Shams Trooh" (When The Sun Goes).
Bart van der Feen, an analyst with Rabo Securities, said Fortis's focus in the Benelux, where the economic climate remained favourable, should support its ability to reach its new financial goals.
Joyce Feen of 54 Brown Terrace said that, although she lives four houses away, she could clearly hear the roosters in the morning.
On other grounds, Salim's latest video clip for his song "Kan Feen Min Badri" (Where Was He Before) will be aired on music channels soon.
There is no space for a separate board member for investment banking,' said Bart van der Feen, analyst at Rabo Securities.
The hard-serving Judd came through with the match-clincher, toppling Yolanda Green in the second set, 6-2, just seconds after Li and Kehoe topped Anne Hayes and Melanie Feen in their second set, 6-3.