• Cherif

    Chérif or Cherif may refer to:

  • Chérif

  • Abdou Cherif

    Abdou Cherif

    Abdou Cherif (Arabic: عبده شريف‎, also Abdou Chrif, Abdo Sheriff, Abdo Shrif, Abdo Sharif) is a singer native of the Moroccan city of Casablanca. Abdou Cherif is the nephew of Abdelwahab Agoumi, one of the most influential artist in the modernization of Moroccan classical music in the 50s. Following the teachings of his mentor Mahmoud Saâdi (co-founder of the musical phenomenon of the 70s which gave birth to the well-known groups of popular music Nass El Ghiwane and Jil Jilala ), Abdou Cherif saw his dream come true in 1999: to sing at the Khédival Cairo opera house in front of the public of his idol Abdelhalim Hafez. Egyptians gave him the nickname of "the New Nightingale", in reference to the "Brown Nightingale" Abdelhalim Hafez. He is also referred by the Moroccan public as a crooner.

  • Cherif Al Idrissi Airport

    Cherif Al Idrissi Airport

    Cherif Al Idrissi Airport (Arabic: مطار الشريف الإدريسي‎) (IATA: AHU, ICAO: GMTA) is an airport serving Al Hoceima, Morocco. It is the second-busiest airport in the Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region of northern Morocco. The airport is named after the 12th century CE Arab geographer and cartographer Al-Idrisi.

  • Cherif Dieye

    Cherif Dieye

    Cherif Dieye is a soccer player who plays as a midfielder.

  • Cherif (TV series)

    Cherif is a French police television series produced by Lionel Olenga, Laurent Scalese and Stéphane Drouet, broadcast since October 25, 2013 on France 2.

  • Wafa Cherif

    Wafa Cherif (born 6 April 1986) is a Tunisian handball goalkeeper. She plays for the club A.S.F. Sfax and for the Tunisian national team.

  • Mahamat Zene Cherif

    Mahamat Zene Cherif (born 1964) is a Chadian diplomat. Since 24 December 2017, he has been the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Republic of Chad. He previously served as the Permanent Representative of Chad to the United Nations in New York.

  • Chérif Oudjani

    Chérif Oudjani (born 9 December 1964) is a former footballer who played as a striker. He spent his career in France and played for Algeria, most notably winning the 1990 African Cup of Nations. He is the son of footballer Ahmed Oudjani.

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