Songs about Hasak:

songsHasak We Shayfak by Hatem Fahmy from the Album Mosh Men Haak

songsHasak We Shayfak by Hatem Fahmy from the Album Mesh Men Ha'ak

songsHear & Now (feat. Kenny Mullins, John Holt Iii, Holly Williams, Josh Hasak & Justin Peters) by Bob-Tat from the Album Bob-Tat & Friends [Explicit]

songsKemah min hasak (arr. C.B. Rowe for choir) by The Western Wind Vocal Ensemble from the Album Milken Archive Vol. 4, Album 1: Cycle of Life in Synagogue and Home


Books about Hasak:

booksBiography - Hasak-Lowy, Todd (1969-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksBy Todd Hasak-Lowy 33 Minutes (Reprint) by Todd Hasak-Lowy (Jan 22, 2014)

booksA possibility of violence; a novel. Translated from the Hebrew by Todd Hasak-Lowy. by D.A. (Todd Hasak-Lowy, tr.) Mishani (2014)

books33 Minutes by Hasak-Lowy, Todd (2014) Paperback (1200)

books33 Minutes by Hasak-Lowy, Todd (2014) Paperback (1111)

booksMotti (Hebrew Literature Series) [Paperback] [2011] (Author) Asaf Schurr, Todd Hasak-Lowy (2011)


Wiki information Hasak:

Adi Hasak
Scriptwriter, Film writer, Person, Film producer

Adi Hasak is a screenwriter and film producer.

City/Town/Village, Administrative Division, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Al-Hasakah, also known as Hassake, is the capital city of the Al-Hasakah Governorate and is located in the far north-east corner of Syria. With a population of 188,160 residents, Al-Hasakah is among the 10 largest cities in Syria and the largest in...