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ARCHITECTURE
ABHA
ABQAIQ
AGRICULTURE
AL-ITTIHAD
AL KHOBAR
DAMMAM
DHAHRAN
GHAMID
IBN SAUD
JEDDAH
JIZAN
JUBAIL
MECCA
MOSQUE
MUHAMMAD
NAJRAN
QATIF
RIYADH TV TOWER
SABIC
SETTLEMENT
TABUK
TAIF
WADI AL-RUMMAH
ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FAISAL
ABDULLAH
ABDULLAH BIN SAUD
ABDUL AZIZ
AD-DAHNA DESERT
ADEL AL-JUBEIR
ADNAN BUKHARI
AL-AHLI
AL-AHSA
AL FAISALIYAH CENTER
AL-HILAL
AL-NASR
AL-SHARURAH
ALI AL-NAIMI
AL MADINAH
AL NAIMI
AL QASIM
AMER KAMFAR
APARTMENTS
AR RIYAD PROVINCE
ARAMCO
ARAR
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Architecture

  1. The architecture is a blending of traditional islam ic forms with modern technology, for example the flight control tower has the appearance of a minaret.
  2. The architecture is a blending of traditional islamic forms with modern technology, for example the flight control tower has the appearance of a minaret. (Web site)

Abha

  1. Abha is a city in Saudi Arabia .
  2. ABHA: A media club for women journalists has been set up here with the blessing of Asir Gov.
  3. Abha is a very good and.
  4. Abha is the administrative capital of the Asir region, therefore home to the governorate of Asir.
  5. Abha is the capital of Asir province in Saudi Arabia, population 201,912 ( 2004 census).

Abqaiq

  1. ABQAIQ is a city in Saudi Arabia.
  2. Abqaiq is a major oil producing centre, is the terminus of several pipelines, and has a large natural gas injection plant.
  3. Abqaiq is similar in size to Ras Tanura, with a population of approximately 1,950, about half of whom are North Americans.
  4. Abqaiq was the site of a terrorist attack attempt by Al Qaeda on February 24, 2006 to attack the oil processing facility. (Web site)

Agriculture

  1. Agriculture is a growing economic sector, and the country is approaching food self-sufficiency.
  2. Agriculture was developed in the province during his governership, and the area became one of the kingdom's main producers crops such as wheat and fruit.
  3. The agriculture was modernized in the 1960's. (Web site)

Al-Ittihad

  1. Al-Ittihad is a Saudi Arabian professional football club based in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah.
  2. Al-Ittihad is a small, relatively weak organiza- tion, with a mainly domestic agenda.
  3. Al-Ittihad is a small, relatively weak organizat ion, with a mainly domestic agenda.
  4. Al-Ittihad is a small, relatively weak organization, with a mainly domestic agenda.
  5. Al-Ittihad was the first club in the country, being established in 1928. (Web site)

Al Khobar

  1. Al Khobar is a pleasant town, cosmopolitan, colorful and interesting place that is merged with Dhahran and Dammam. (Web site)
  2. Al Khobar is a pleasant town, cosmopolitan, colorful and interesting. (Web site)
  3. Al Khobar is a pleasant town, cosmopolitan, colourful and interesting. (Web site)
  4. Al Khobar is the favored residential area for expatriates.
  5. Al Khobar is the favoured residential area for expatriates. (Web site)

Dammam

  1. Dammam is a major seaport, involved in a wide variety of export and import. (Web site)
  2. Dammam is a city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  3. Dammam is a great city for a get-away weekend and a break from your business trip.
  4. Dammam is a large drum in one piece.
  5. Dammam is a major city and port in Saudi Arabia. (Web site)

Dhahran

  1. Dhahran is a major administrative center for the Saudi oil industry.
  2. Dhahran is a fenced in city, and only Saudi Aramco employees and their dependents may live inside.
  3. Dhahran is a fenced in, and only Saudi Aramco employees and their dependents may live inside. (Web site)
  4. Dhahran is a major center for the oil industry.
  5. Dhahran is a major centre for the oil industry. (Web site)

Ghamid

  1. Ghamid is a strong tribe where it's people are known for their hard work and love of education and trade.
  2. Ghamid is a strong tribe where its people are known for their hard work and love of education and trade.
  3. Ghamid is also a name of a tribe that lives in it.
  4. Ghamid is an area in the southwest of Arabia .
  5. Ghamid is an area in the southwest of Arabia as well as the name of a tribe that lives in it. (Web site)

Ibn Saud

  1. Ibn Saud is the father of all the King of Saudi Arabia that have succeeded him.
  2. Ibn Saud is the father of all the Kings of Saudi Arabia that have succeeded him.
  3. Ibn Saud is the father of all the Kings of Saudi Arabia that have suceeded him.
  4. Ibn Saud was also backed up by the British Empire who sought to weaken the Ottoman Empire. (Web site)
  5. Ibn Saud was considered a "magnetic" leader, and many former supporters of the House of Saud once again rallied to its call following the capture of Riyadh.

Jeddah

  1. Jeddah is a city of mystery, rich with tradition, history, culture and a unique heritage.
  2. JEDDAH - The SR150 billion strategic tourism development plan aims at boosting the Kingdom's growing tourism sector by making use of its Red Sea coast.
  3. JEDDAH: An Egyptian man accused of practicing ---sorcery--- was executed in Saudi Arabia on Friday.
  4. Jeddah is a classic mix of ancient with modern which is finely evident in its majestic architectures and buildings.
  5. Jeddah is a cosmopolitan city with modern shopping facilities, international cuisine, and a great variety of artwork.

Jizan

  1. Jizan is a city in the Asir region of Saudi Arabia.
  2. Jizan is a part of Saudi Arabia with a population of 1223911 and an area of 11671 square km.
  3. Jizan is a province of Saudi Arabia, located along the southern Red Sea coast, just north of Yemen.
  4. Jizan is a province of Saudi Arabia, located along the southern coast, just north of Yemen. (Web site)
  5. Jizan is a province of Saudi Arabia. (Web site)

Jubail

  1. Jubail is a city in the Eastern province on the Persian Gulf coast of Saudi Arabia.
  2. Jubail is a burgeoning industrial hub on the Gulf, which has already received foreign investments of over SR172 billion ($46 billion).
  3. Jubail is a city on the Persian Gulf, in Saudi Arabia.
  4. Jubail is a city.
  5. Jubail is the largest industrial city. (Web site)

Mecca

  1. Mecca is one of the oldest and most important cities in Saudi Arabia.
  2. Mecca is also the capital of Makkah province, which also includes neighboring Jeddah.
  3. Mecca is a place which admits infinite radio waves(radiation).
  4. Mecca is the birthplace of Mohammed and the location of the Great Mosque of Mecca, considered by Muslims to be the most sacred spot on Earth.
  5. Mecca is the capital city of Saudi Arabia's Makkah province, 80 kilometres from the Red Sea.

Mosque

  1. A mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. (Web site)
  2. A mosque is a place of worship for followers of Islam. (Web site)
  3. A mosque is a place of worship for followers of the Islamic faith. (Web site)
  4. Mosque are plenty full, big business organization have there own mosques.
  5. The mosque is the other principal structure, which is huge and takes center stage of the main airport design. (Web site)

Muhammad

  1. Muhammad is the "seal of the Prophets"; his revelation is said to complete for all time the series of biblical revelations received by Jews and Christians. (Web site)
  2. Muhammad was born in Mecca at a time when the city was establishing itself as a trading center. (Web site)
  3. Muhammad was born in Mecca in 570, and the story of his life has been inextricably linked with Mecca ever since.
  4. Muhammad was born in Mecca in 570, and thus Islam has been inextricably linked with Mecca ever since. (Web site)
  5. Muhammad was born in a minor faction, the Hashemites, of the ruling Quraysh tribe. (Web site)

Najran

  1. Najran is a city in southwestern Saudi Arabia near the frontier with Yemen. (Web site)
  2. Najran is a city of several attractive quarters, in which traditional houses of styles close to Yemeni styles can be found. (Web site)
  3. Najran is a modern town and capital city of Najran province.
  4. Najran is a part of Saudi Arabia with a population of 415639 and an area of 149511 square km.
  5. Najran is a province of Saudi Arabia, located in the south of the country along the border with Yemen.

Qatif

  1. Qatif is a center of the large Shia minority in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, and the victim herself was Shia.
  2. Qatif is a center of the very large Shia minority in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia, near where I lived for almost eight years.
  3. Qatif is a green oasis with rich agricultural soil. (Web site)
  4. Qatif is a historic coastal city and oasis located on the western shore of the Persian (Arabian) Gulf in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. (Web site)
  5. Qatif is a largely Shi’ite town which experienced a major incident of unrest in 1979. (Web site)

Riyadh Tv Tower

  1. The Riyadh TV Tower is a 170 metre (558 ft) high television tower with an observation deck at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
  2. The Riyadh TV Tower is a 170 metre high television tower with an observation deck at Riyadh , Saudi Arabia .
  3. The Riyadh TV Tower is a 170 m (558 ft) high television tower with an observation deck at Riyadh.
  4. The Riyadh TV Tower is a high television tower with an observation deck at Riyadh. (Web site)

Sabic

  1. SABIC is the Middle East's largest non-oil industrial company. (Web site)
  2. SABIC is also a partner in three regional ventures based in Bahrain. (Web site)
  3. SABIC is a Saudi Arabian Company To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. (Web site)
  4. SABIC is a company that would also like to take that step forward.
  5. SABIC is a very strong and highly committed player in the petrochemicals business. (Web site)

Settlement

  1. The settlement was historically famous for its Date Palm and orchards.
  2. The settlement was historically famous for its Date s and Orchard s.
  3. The settlement was historically famous for its Palm Trees and Dates and Orchards. (Web site)
  4. The settlement was historically famous for its dates and orchard s.
  5. The settlement was historically famous for its dates and orchards.

Tabuk

  1. Tabuk is a province in northwestern Saudi Arabia.
  2. Tabuk is a modern city with wide avenues lined with trees.
  3. Tabuk is a city in Saudi Arabia. (Web site)
  4. Tabuk is a component city and capital of the province of Kalinga .
  5. Tabuk is a part of Saudi Arabia with a population of 603405 and an area of 146072 square km.

Taif

  1. Taif is a center for famous for its agricultural farming and famous for its honey and grapes.
  2. Taif is a city in Saudi Arabia.
  3. Taif is a city in the central foothills of Saudi Arabia's western mountains, at an elevation of 1450 meters (4800 feet).
  4. Taif is a contrast of old and new.
  5. Taif is a contrast of the old and new. (Web site)

Wadi Al-Rummah

  1. The Wadi Al-Rummah is the longest wadi (river) in the Kingdom, stretching some 370 miles (600 kms) from near Medinah to the Al-Thuwairat sands.
  2. The Wadi Al-Rummah is the longest wadi in the Kingdom, stretching some 370 miles (600 km) from near Madinah to the Al-Thuwairat sands.
  3. The Wadi Al-Rummah is the longest wadi in the Kingdom, stretching some 370 miles (600 kms) from near Madinah to the Al-Thuwairat sands. (Web site)
  4. Wadi Al-Rummah is the longest wadi in the Kingdom, stretching some 370 miles (600 km) from near Madinah to the Al-Thuwairat sands.

Abdul Rahman Bin Faisal

  1. Abdul Rahman bin Faisal was forced to leave the city. (Web site)
  2. Abdul Rahman bin Faisal was the youngest son of Faisal bin Turki and father of King Abdul Aziz al-Saud who founded the modern nation of Saudi Arabia. (Web site)

Abdullah

  1. Abdullah is one of the most influential men in the kingdom and is highly respected for his honesty and is untainted by corruption.
  2. Abdullah is one of the most influential men in the kingdom and is highly respected for his honesty and lack of corruption.
  3. Abdullah is only a half-brother to the Sudairi Seven.
  4. Abdullah is the sole son of another wife of Abdul-Aziz, Fahda bint Asi bin Shurayim Shammar. (Web site)
  5. Abdullah was one of the 25 half brothers of the late king Fahd.

Abdullah Bin Saud

  1. Ad-Dar'iyah was taken and Abdullah bin Saud removed to Istanbul where his captors executed him. (Web site)
  2. In 1818, the Ottoman forces invaded Najd, captured the Saudi capital of Diriya and the Saudi emir Abdullah bin Saud. (Web site)
  3. Abdullah bin Saud (Arabic: ------ -------- ---- -------- ) succeeded his father Saud bin Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad al Saud in 1814 and ruled until 1818. (Web site)

Abdul Aziz

  1. Abdul Aziz was born about 1880 and spent the early years of his life with his father in exile in Kuwait. (Web site)
  2. Abdul Aziz was in turn succeeded by his son, Saud, under whose rule the Saudi state reached its greatest extent. (Web site)

Ad-Dahna Desert

  1. The ad-Dahna Desert is the central division of the Arabian Desert.

Adel Al-Jubeir

  1. Adel Al-Jubeir is a foreign policy advisor to the Crown Prince Abdullah. (Web site)
  2. Adel Al-Jubeir: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not support the so-called madrassas.
  3. Adel al-Jubeir is a foreign policy adviser to the Saudi Crown Prince.

Adnan Bukhari

  1. Adnan Bukhari: A Saudi flight engineer was found alive in his house on September 12th 2001.

Al-Ahli

  1. Al-Ahli is a Saudi Arabian professional football club based in Jeddah. (Web site)

Al-Ahsa

  1. Al-Ahsa is one of the oldest regions of the Arabian Peninsula.
  2. Al-Ahsa is the home of some of the richest oil fields in the world.

Al Faisaliyah Center

  1. The Al Faisaliyah Center was the first skyscraper constructed in Saudi Arabia, and the second tallest building in the country after the Kingdom Center.

Al-Hilal

  1. Al-Hilal is a club with alot of trophies under its name.
  2. Al-Hilal is a football club from Kadougli, Sudan. (Web site)
  3. Al-Hilal is the current title-holder (2008), and holds the best record in the competition, winning it 11 times. (Web site)

Al-Nasr

  1. Al-Nasr is a KFUPM KFUPM graduate and a chemical engineer by training.
  2. Al-Nasr is a KFUPM graduate and a chemical engineer by training.
  3. Al-Nasr was asked why Saudi Aramco was tasked with this prestigious project.
  4. Al-Nasr was founded in 1955 by the brothers Husein and Zeid Al-Ja'ba. (Web site)

Al-Sharurah

  1. At Al-Sharurah is the King Khalid air base and an army brigade.
  2. Al-Sharurah is located in the south of the Kingdom, a little more than 200 miles east of the town of Najran within the Rub al-Khali desert. (Web site)

Ali Al-Naimi

  1. The U.N. secretary-general met with Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi in the port city of Jiddah during a one-day trip to the world's largest oil producer.
  2. It was unclear if Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi's remarks Sunday at a high-level oil summit in the port city of Jiddah would quell concerns.
  3. Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi also confirmed the increase ahead of the conference.

Al Madinah

  1. Al Madinah is a province of Saudi Arabia, located on the country's west side, along the Red Sea coast. (Web site)
  2. Al madinah is a province of saudi arabia, EHandler: no quick summary. (Web site)

Al Naimi

  1. Al Naimi emphasised that record prices were not reflecting the true state of market supplies.
  2. The projects include a 900,000 bpd boost in Zuluf, 700,000 bpd in Safaniya, 300,000 bpd each in Berri and Khurais and 250,000 bpd in Shaybah, Al Naimi said.

Al Qasim

  1. Al Qasim is a province of Saudi Arabia, located in the centre of the country.

Amer Kamfar

  1. Amer Kamfar: A licensed Saudi pilot and turbo jet engineer who worked for Saudi Arabian Airlines.

Apartments

  1. Apartments are equipped with basic furnishings. (Web site)
  2. The apartments are fully furnished including kitchen utensils and bedding. (Web site)

Ar Riyad Province

  1. It is also the capital of Ar Riyad Province and belongs to the historical region of Nejd.
  2. Diriyah is situated outside of Riyadh in Ar Riyad Province and it is the traditional home of the House of Saud.
  3. Riyadh ( ar-Riy-----) is the capital of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, located in Ar Riyad Province in the Najd region.

Aramco

  1. ARAMCO was not here in Jeddah, they were always in Damman, Riyadh, and Yanbu.
  2. Aramco was Saudised as a company wholly owned by the state and became known as Saudi Aramco. (Web site)
  3. Aramco was originally owned by four American oil companies, but in 1974 controlling interest was gained by the Saudi government.
  4. Aramco was originally owned by four American oil companies, but in 1974 the Saudi government acquired controlling interest.

Arar

  1. Arar is a 34-year-old wireless technology consultant. (Web site)
  2. Arar is a Canadian citizen it is particularly appropriate for a specific request be made on Mr. Arar 's behalf.
  3. Arar is a Canadian-Syrian citizen who was detained by the United States on suspected ties to terrorism, and deported to Syria where he was tortured. (Web site)
  4. Arar is a household name around the world.
  5. Arar is the Canadian citizen who was abducted by U.S. officials at Kennedy airport in New York in 2002.

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