Hajar sentence example
- tion in of Nakb (el Hajar) in the W.
- Bahrein, inhabited chiefly by the Bani'Abd Qais and the Bani Bakr, was largely subject to Persian influence near its coast, and a Persian governor, Sebocht, resided in Hajar, its chief town.
- The Arabs who lived more inland were mostly Bedouin who found the obligations of Islam irksome, and do not seem to have made a very vigorous opposition to the Carmathians who took Hajar the capital of Bahrein in 903.
- Hughes (aondon, 1896); Aus ibn Hajar of the Bani Tamin, famous for his descriptions of weapons and hunting scenes (ed.
- 1442) is the subject of a separate article; Ibn Hajar (d.Advertisement
- pp. 698-770; Ibn Hajar al-Haitami's Biography, publ.