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Zuhra Ramdan Agha Al-Awji
also called "Al-Khowja" originated from Turkey and was of the Turkish people

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  1. married to Libyan Muslim resistance leader Omar Shegewi (in Houn) and had three children Mohammed Shegewi, Hassan Shegewi and Idris Shegewi

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  2. Arabic: زهرة رمضان آغا العوجي

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  3. Not much is known about her life before the execution of her husband in 1928, but it is known that she later moved from Houn to Tripoli and went on to establish the first private Libyan school in Tripoli "Madrasat Al-Areefa Al-Zuhra" (Arabic: مدر

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  4. This school started as a simple primary classroom for teaching Libyan females reading, writing and Qur'an

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  5. Later, it grew in size and expanded to include boys and was in direct competition with the other local primary schools that were established by the Italian colonial forces

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