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Abdul Ghafour | Arab News <p>JEDDAH: Veteran Saudi businessman and Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) Chairman Saleh Kamil has lambasted religious leaders for making the mingling of the sexes a big issue, adding that Islam has not prohibited unrelated men and women from interacting but rather prohibits them from going into secluded places together.
Meghan Burpee, middle school cheering coach, was also at the party mingling with band, cheerleaders and faculty.
The city's Waterfront Hall played host to the first showing of the Closing Of The Ring, with politicians mingling with actresses Shirley MacLaine and Mischa Barton on the red carpet.
It was great to see folks from the city and the country mingling, raising money for charity and listening to some world-class blues," said Trent Salter, publisher of Iowa Entertainer.
While the two units are separate, there are no doors barring access from one to the other, and we do find the residents of both mingling in common areas and the dining facility.
RIYADH: A legal expert at the Ministry of Labor has denied that the Kingdom's new labor law bans mingling of men and women in workplace.
Our mole at the Natural History Museum, which had been decked out with witches hats, broomsticks and cauldrons for the bash, told us: "Daniel Radcliffe spent the whole evening in the VIP room instead of mingling with the children.
But Christie Roche has decided to partner the exciting filly Mingling Glances and this hint should be taken.