Sabaeans

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Sabaeans:

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biblical name of a region, called in Arabic Saba, of S Arabia, including present-day Yemen and the Hadhramaut. Its inhabitants were called Sabaeans or Sabeans. According to some passages in Genesis and First Chronicles, Sheba, a grandson of Noah's grandson Joktan, was the
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Sheikh Saba'a bin Hamdan al-Sa'adi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for the National Day Celebrations stated that the celebrations include a military parade on November 18th at Hisn Al Shumoukh in the Wilayat of Manah under the auspices of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said.
Sheikh Saba'a bin Hamdan al- Sa'adi, Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for National Day Celebrations told Oman News Agency (ONA) that His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said has approved the logo.
The deadliest attack took place in the northern outskirts of the city, in Saba'a Al Bour, where three bombs took the lives of at least 15 people, according to Iraqi sources who spoke to Reuters.
A police source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that two civilians were killed and a third was wounded in an armed attack on an office of real estate in the Saba'a Bour, northwest of Baghdad.
Coached by Adel Al Saba'a, a 19-member Bahrain team are currently in Slovenia and for a two-week training camps.
Aesh Awwas, from the Sheba Center for Strategic Studies in Saba'a, says there are no specific laws covering the trial of pirates caught outside of Yemen.
In between the matches, the Aggreko Soccerettes will be keeping the crowds entertained with their dance moves, while tournament mascot Saba'a the camel will be up to his amusing antics on the side of the pitch.
IN BAGHDAD BEFORE the invasion," Sara Saba'a remembers, "everything was quiet and normal.
Saba'a will now help spread the word of the Dubai date, to be held at the new purpose-built Emirates venue from March 5-7, when the Sevens heads to France and Germany.
The site of the great Dam of Marib is upstream of the ancient city of Marib, once the capital of the Kingdom of Saba'a, believed to be the kingdom of the legendary Queen of Sheba.
Sheikh Saba'a bin Hamdan Al Sa'adi, secretary-general of the Supreme Committee for National Day celebrations said that the committee had completed its preparations to mark the 44th National Day under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the architect of the Renaissance in Oman.
BAHRAIN's coach Adel Al Saba'a has named his 19-member squad that will be travelling to Slovenia and Hungary today for a two-week training camps.