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    ; and 'Arabislan ^Southern), pages 157—165. 'Oman Sultanate 'Oman (Trucial) Qatar . Bahrain Principality Hasa ...

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    48 ' AINAIN (AL-Btj.) 'tuf f I ^T A branch 0f tlle Sllbaih Seetion of tlle Bani Khalid tribe, found in y 3 . J! Qatar and Bahrain : in the former they have 400 houses at Wakrah, and in the latter 75 houses ... smaller than in the case of the other settled tribes of Qatar, live in tents in the interior during part ...

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    54 'AJMAN TRIBE quarters are partly in Summan ; in the cold weather a few of them occa sionally visit Qatar and some of the A1 ^Arjah and A1 Shamir sections habitually camp in the Kharj district of Southern Najd. These are the ordinary limits of the tribe^ but, when as at present they are on good terms ...

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    of the Ma^adhid of Qatar, but with Jasim, the senior Shaikh of that tribe, their dealings are amicable. As a body, ...

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    of the largest Arab tribes in Bahrain and fairly numerous also (AL BIN-) j n Qatar. In Bahrain they are found at Muharraq Town (400 j' houses) and at Hadd (100 houses) ; in Qatar, exclusive of some of the Ma'adhld ...

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    in both Bah- raiu and Qatar. Do. Do. Found only in Qatar. Do. Do. Represented in "both Bah rain and Qatar ; in the former they are few. Became extinct in 1905. Occur only in Qatar. Do. The most numerous sub section of the A1 Salim. They are found in both Bahrain and Qatar. Eepresented in Qatar only. The predominant ...

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    with that tribe, but in a subordinate capacity. A considerable number of them again emigrated to Qatar in 1894 ...

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    and Qatar, by some supposed to belong to the 'Ammar yoU-c division of the Dawasir of Najd. In Bahrain the ^Amamarah have 40 houses at Muharraq Town and 100 at Budaiya' ; in Qatar they have 20 at Dohah and 20 ... Kuwarah and Ma'adhld and originally came to Bahrain from Qatar along with the 'Utub. At present they have ...

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    to be sprung from them.* ^AQALt A small littoral district at the base of the Qatar peninsula upon the east ... desert on the south and south- west, and by Qatar on the north-west. The coast of ^Aqal is embayed ...

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    Qatar- nah and 'Idan. Mr. Stephen Lynch owns property here. Harfchah A stretch of date groves and rice ...

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    of the Bahrain Islands, of the Hasa and Qatif Oases and of the Qatar promontory belong. The mistake of supposing ... they are perhaps 28,000 souls, In Qatar they have about 60 houses at Dohah BAHARI NAH Lsr? i ...

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    of which branches are found in different parts of Bahrain. The Baqaqalah of Bahrain —but not those of Qatar ...

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    212 BAHEAIN ISLAND BAHRAIN This island, formerly called Awal, is the largest in the Bahrain archipelago and lies almost in the middle of the unnamed V -shaped 1Q "NTTI ^which divides the Turkish territories of Hasa and Qatif from the promontory of Qatar. Shape, size and physical characteristics.-— shape ...

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    ground near which are 3 large masonry houses, the property of two sons of the Sheikh of Bahrain. ...

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    BAHRAIN PRINCIPALITY 233 I'he term Bahrain once embraced the promontory of Qatar and the Oases of Qatif and Has a as well as the islands of the archipelago : some authorities indeed would attribute to it in the past an even more extended application, affirming that it once denoted the whole western side ...

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    than its distance from the mouth of the Shatt-al -'Arab. On the Arabian side of, the Gulf, Bahrain has ... these form a compact group almost in the middle of the gulf which divides the promontory of Qatar from ... property, are certain ill-defined rights upon the mainland of Qatar, at present (1905) under discussion. ...

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    vessels used for trade which run to Qatlf, 'Oqair, Qatar, Trucial 'Oman and the Persian Coasts some ... nearly 130 boats, ranging in price from R300 to R8,000, were sold to purchasers in Qatar and Trucial ...

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    cotton piece-goods (3|), dates (3|) and coffee {H). The pearls go chiefly to Bombay; the dates (of which ... that the trade of Bahrain is largely a transit trade. In particular Manamah is the steam port for the Qatar ...

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    BAHRAIN PRINCIPALITY 247 also were largely exported from Bahrain to Persia; but the diminution of their numbers^ together with the rise of their price in the Bahrain islands, has brought about a cessation for the present of this trade. The trade with Qatar is divided between the towns of Manamah and Muharraq ...

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    he pro fesses to have large numbers at call. In point of fact the Na'im of Bahrain and Qatar only amount to about 400 fighting men all told, and of these more than half are generally absent in Qatar ...

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    of Qatar, Bahrain, Hasa and Kuwait they are a negligeable element; and in Najd they are apparently ...

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    and by 10 at Dohah in Qatar. They perform menial service in the houses of the Bahrain and Qatar chiefs, ... ; those of Qatar are Maliki Sunnis. BARAIMI OASIS* In English formerly spelt " Brymee/' a remarkable oasis ...

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    except arms and ammuni tion which are brought from Qatar through Aflaj, are received by way of Yaman ...

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    Muham mad section. DAS The northernmost of the islands in the great bay between Abu Dhabi and Qatar ... Dhabi coast and rather further from Qatar. Das is only U miles long by f of a mile broad, with hills ...

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    392 DAWASIR TRIBE settled at Dohah in Qatar and perhaps the same number in the towii of Kuwait. Offshoots from the Bahrain community of Dawasir exist in the Persian coast district of Dashtistan at Chah Kutah and its dependent villages and at the village of Jazireh in Bushehr harbour. Divisions.* —'The ...

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    to be extremely popular among his subjects. DHA'AIN A village on the eastern coast of Qatar about 20 miles noith ...

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    claimed that his frontier extended to the bay of Umm-al-Hul near Wakrah in Qatar^ but his claim ...

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    the favourite pastures of the Bani Yas ; but in winter the Manasir range as far west as Qatar and in summer ...

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    A fort which once existed at Khannur was destroyed by Shaikh Jasim-bin- Thani of Qatar in one of his ... by Be douins passing be tween Dhafrah and Qatar, Hasa or Jabijin. ...

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    and in winter goes as far as Qatar. About 4 miles west of Ras Sawami' is a small cape known as Ras ...

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    as an advanced base for military operations against Qatar. There are 30 wells of about 2 fathoms depth ...

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    the scene of prolonged contests between the Shaikh of Abu Dhabi and the principal Shaikh of Qatar ... Qatar, in the course of which he has been known to utilise Shwaihat upon the coast as an advanced base ...

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    and Maliki Sunn is by religion. A village on tlie east coast of Qatar, situated on a Khor or inlet of DHAKHI- ... to the north-west. A village on the north-west coast of the Qatar Promontory, near DHALUI 1 its tip and 1 or 2 miles ...

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    guards. 1 Generally so styled at the present day, but Bedouins sometimes call it Dohat-al-Qatar ; and it seems to have been formerly better known as Bida^ [Anglice " Bidder ") : it is the chief town of Qatar ...

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    mansion of the Al Thani, the most important Arab family in Qatar. Inhabited by Baharinah, Huwalah ...

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    of the Qatar peninsula. Supplies, water and transjo Little can be obtained locally in the shape of supplies. ... Political post Hon, —Dohah may be regarded as inmost respects the capital of Qatar and its place in the political system will be apparent from the general article on Qatar. The Turkish garrison which bespeaks, ...

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    enjoys the countenance of the Shaikh of Abu Dhabi. A village on the east side of the Qatar promontory ...

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    The islet and spring of Abu Shahm lie 1 mile south-east of Hadd. A small hamlet on the west coast of Qatar ...

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    not exclusive possession of any- particular territory, excepting only a considerable portion of Qatar which ...

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    Mutasarrif of Hasa and presents from the Shaikh of Kuwait and the A1 Thani Shaikhs of Qatar^ are inclined ...

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    of HAIitTL Dohah in Qatar. It is about a mile in diameter and consists partly of Jj-^ hills, of which one ... of Qatar and of Trucial 'Oman are in the habit of resorting to it; and, so far as can be learnt^ ...

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    622 HAMAIDAT HAMAI- Singular Hamaidi A branch of the A1 Subaih section of DAT the Bani Khalld tribe; they are found chiefly at Lusail in Qatar s where they have 50 houses; there are some also ... they camp in the interior of the peninsula of Qatar with thei? sheep and goats. HAM DAN A town in Turkish ...

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    There is a bazaar of about 40 shops, supplied from Hasa with piece- goods and 'Abas, from Hasa and Qatar with arms ...

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    Exported to Bahrain. 2,000 Exported to Qatar. 40,000 Locally consumed in the Hasa oasis, sold to Bedouins, ... in Qatar. m A detached province of the Turkish Empire, s ifc U ated on the coast of Eastern Arabia between the Kuwait Principality on the north and the promontory of Qatar and the Jafurah desert on the south ...

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    Dative information ; Map of J?astern Arabia north of Qatar, 1905 ; Plan of the Hasa Oasis. 1^05 ; Plan of the Katif Oasis, 1 05; Index Mai) of the Tracts in Eastern Arabia north of Qatar, 1906; these are filed ...

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    obtained thence; now they are mostly smuggled in through Qatar. Agriculture and livestock. —Agriculture ...

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    Qatar and Basrah; donkeys, ghi and hides to Bahrain ; and hides to Persia. Imports are piece-goods, ... even in the town of Hofuf- A good many of the negroes sold in Hasa are taken to Qatar to be employed ...

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    Hofuf to Bohah in Qatar,% —The general direction of this route is east-south-east, but as in Nos. ...

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    the foot of Dohat-as -Salwa is turned and the district of Qatar entered. The water on these routes ...

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    Qatif (or the Qatif Oasis and its dependencies), Qatar and Najd ; but the validity of the Ottoman claim to Qatar is not admitted by the British Government, and Najd, even supposing the recent Turkish occupation ...

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