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AddressTabah Building
Ibn Al Khatib 5
Rawda Square, Abu Roumaneh
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Murtika Suci Sianturi
Thu, 11 Oct 2018 04:06 EDT
Kepada Yth,
Bapak/Ibu para Dermawan
Assalamu'alaikum waromatullahi wabarokatuh
Dengan Hormat,
Semoga kita semua selalu dalam lindungan Allah SWT. Aamiin
Melalui surat ini saya datang bermohon kepada Bapak/Ibu para dermawan agar sudilah kiranya bapa/ibu memberikan bantuan kepada kami dalam bentuk materil maupun non materil demi kelancaran proses belajar di MTs Aisyiyah Pargodungan Kecamatan Tapian Nauli Kabupaten Tapanuli Tengah Propinsi Sumatera Utara Indonesia.
Adapun yang sangat kami butuhkan pada saat ini adalah Ruang Kelas Baru (RKB) sebanyak 3 Ruang beserta dengan mobilernya. Jumlah siswa di sekolah kami sebnayak 350 orang yg mana Ruang belajarnya hanya 5 Ruang.
Besar harapan saya bapak/ibu para dermawan dapat mengabulkan permohonan kami ini.
Demikian saja kami sampaikan. Besar harapan saya bapa/ibu dapat mengabulkannya.

Murtika Suci Sianturi
MTS Aisyiyah Pargodungan
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Enrique UK
Wed, 28 Jun 2017 09:21 EDT
Stop the massacre in Venezuela
Stop the massacre in Venezuela
I just read in the news today that another young guy has been killed by the military in Caracas, La Carlota, everyday we hear of young people been killed and nobody is doing anything at all !!! Venezuela's government is not democratic but narco-tyrannical. The poor people of Venezuela is suffering hunger, not medication, no democracy, no freedom at all and still some other countries are supporting such genocide like Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Ecuador, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, etc. please stop the killings of young people!!!
Mahmoud Nassim Bitar
Sat, 11 Jun 2016 18:42 EDT
Hello I am a young engineer from Syria do programming information systems and want to go to Venezuela
Where my family and my parents and my sisters live in the capital, Caracas Vzuela How to Get Visa Please Help
moataz abo hejely
Wed, 3 Jul 2013 05:31 EDT
damascus syria
i'm an agronomist and i want to complete my student in venezuela (master in agriculture) . can you help me please?
Tue, 11 Dec 2012 07:38 EST
I read on TV that Palestinian passport holders may obtain a visa to Venezuela upon arrival. I need to verify this before heading there soon please, knowing that my passport is document travel because I am living in Damascus.
Eahab alnjjar
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 10:40 EDT
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Eahab alnjjar
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 10:31 EDT
I born in Venezuela but I live in Syria and I learn in ( information technology - second year ) I need your help to continue or start my studies in your university on your expensive because I don't have enough money knowing that i have Venezuela nationality and Syrian nationality .
omar yosef
Sun, 20 May 2012 22:07 EDT
damascuse_ syria
I expect that someone will type it will not reach and will not read it but one will write perhaps in order condolences myself only in the beginning when I received the papers call from uncle who lives in Venezuela and enjoys citizenship Venezuelan I thought at first glance I would get the visa and it's a matter of time taken to think about what you will find there, and the What this will not know and any civilization would find, but these dreams after I went with the wind, but I did not find the explanation on this, but with little thought I found the reason is that I am a Palestinian Do I have a Palestinian my papers do not read and the evidence of course is that the papers did not affect did not Tddqq but I think that the employee Ambassarah when he saw my passport or a pardon, the travel document did not think for a moment, but without hesitation gave the work, so since I am a Palestinian what a charge or as is thought to others it is perhaps the disease that even tried a thousand times will not agree for that one Thanks and sorry as I am Palestinian...

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