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إنشاء حساب

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لقد أرسلنا رسالة تأكيد التسجيل إلى يرجى التحقق من البريد الوارد الخاص بك وتأكيد بريدك الالكتروني لاستكمال عملية اشتراكك.

نسيت كلمة السر؟

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إذا كان البريد الإلكترونى الذى أدخلتة متصلا بحساب فى هنداوي فاونديشن سي آي سي، فسيتم إرسال رساله مع إرشادات لإعادة ضبط كلمة السر.