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He explained that reception centers include Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz International Airport, the arrival and departure center at Kilo 9 in Al-Hirah
Street, five pilgrims' services units around the Prophet's Mosque and 25 field offices for the PEG in addition to hotels, furnished apartments and religious and historic sites usually visited by the pilgrims.
We all know that Al-Thubyani was a favorite poet of Al-NuAAEman Ibn Al-Munthir, known as Abu-Qabus, that the King of al-Hirah
became angry with him because of some envious peopleAAEs betrayal, and that Al-Nabighah took refuge in the courts of the Ghassanid kings in ancient Syria, which included parts of Lebanon and Palestine.
We all know that al-Dhubyani was a favourite poet of al-Nu`man ibn al-Mundhir, known as Abu-Qabus, that the King of al-Hirah
became angry with him because of some envious people's betrayal, and that al-Nabighah took refuge in the courts of the Ghassanid kings in ancient Syria, which included parts of Lebanon and Palestine.
The Muslim students, aged between 17 and 18, from New Jersey, arrived for their visit to the Al-Hirah
College in the Balsall Heath area of the city on Sunday morning.
, Mesopotamia, or the Syrian Desert--d.
al-Mundhir imported silk (harir) and other cloth from Aden to al-Hirah. (11) Silk cloth also apparently was imported to the region to produce some other elegant clothing reported in the late pre-Islamic era.
For, with Yemen and al-Hirah also both in decline, and with the Byzantines and Sasanids mutually preoccupied, the Qurashis' political and commercial interests were now effectively unleashed and unconstrained.
Abi al-'As sold them to the Lakhmids in al-Hirah. (110)
Abi al-'As in al-Hirah selling perfumes; 'Uthman b.
He became chief of the tribe of Taghlib in Mesopotamia at an early age and according to tradition killed `Amr ibn Hind, the Arab king of al-Hirah
, about 568.
After a wild youth spent in Bahrain, he went with his uncle Mutalammis, who was also a poet, to the court of `Amr ibn Hind, the Lakhmid king of Al-Hirah
, and there became companion to the king's brother; Tarafah's association with the court of Al-Hirah
(554-568) is the only certainly known fact of his life.