Tibi can refer to:
Glam is a shortened form of the word glamour.
Bassam Tibi, is a Syrian-born German political scientist and professor of international relations specializing in Islamic studies and Middle Eastern studies. He was born in 1944 in Damascus, Syria to an aristocratic family, and moved to West Germany in 1962, where he later became a naturalized citizen in 1976.
Taal may refer to:
Gal or GAL may refer to:
Cellcom is an Israeli telecommunications company. Founded in 1994, most of the company's business is centered on wireless service. Its current CEO is Daniel Sapir. As of June 2016, Cellcom had 2.812 million subscribers.
Eitan is the Hebrew source of the male given name Ethan, and roughly translates to "spiritual strength".
Doha Stadium is the current home of Bnei Sakhnin.
Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona Football Club known as Ironi Kiryat Shmona is an Israeli football club based in Kiryat Shmona. The club is a current member of the Israeli Premier League, and plays at the Ironi Stadium. They won their first league title in 2011–12.
Naim is a male given name and surname.
Eitan Tibi is an Israeli professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Be'er Sheva and the Israel national team.
Bassam is an Arabic name and a given name roughly meaning "one who smiles". More accurately, it is the Arabic name "Basem" that translates to "one who smiles". Basem is the agent noun of the Arabic verb with the root ba-sa-ma, which means to smile. The name "Bassam" is the exaggerated form of the agent noun, and would therefore roughly translates to "one who smiles profusely".
António José de Oliveira Meireles, known as Tibi, was a Portuguese footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Tzahi Elihen is an Israeli professional association football player contracted to Liga Alef side, Hapoel Beit She'an.
Barak, is a masculine name of Hebrew origin. It appears in the biblical Book of Judges as the name of the Israelite general Barak, who alongside Deborah led an attack against the forces of King Jabin of Hazor.
Ahmad Tibi is a Palestinian-Israeli politician. The leader of the Ta'al party, he has served as a member of the Knesset since 1999. Tibi was acknowledged as a figure in the Israeli-Palestinian arena after serving as a political advisor to the late Palestinian president Yasser Arafat (1993–1999).
Ta'al is an Israeli Arab political party in Israel led by Ahmad Tibi.
Hussein Bin Ali Stadium is an association football stadium in Hebron.
Shahar Tibi is an Israeli sailor.