Hamdan

Hamdan (Arabic: حمدان‎ Ḥamdān) is a name of Arab origin. Among people named Hamdan include:

  • Al-Hamdan, famous Druze family
  • Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Yemeni Guantanamo detainee, driver and bodyguard of Osama bin Laden
  • Gibran Hamdan, former NFL and NFL Europe quarterback
  • Mustafa Hamdan, Lebanese general, head of the Presidential Guard
  • Jamal al-Din Hamdan, 19th century Lebanese Druze Sheikh
  • Anwar Hamdan Muhammed Al-Noor, former Guantanamo detainee
  • Gassan Hamdan, Iraqi scholar, poet and translator
  • Hamdan Mohamad, Malaysian businessman
  • Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi, Saudi Arabian sprinter

Sheikh Hamdan (Prince Hamdan) may refer to:

  • Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai
  • Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, Sheikh Hamdan's nephew, Crown Prince of Dubai
  • Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan (born 1963) son of Zayed II of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirati politician
  • Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Nahyan (1930-1989?) United Arab Emirati politician
Other
  • Banu Hamdan, ancient Yemeni tribal confederation
  • Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, US Supreme Court case involving Salim Ahmed Hamdan
  • Hamdan Air Base in Syria - see Deir ez-Zor Airport
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Other articles related to "hamdan":

Abdulmalik Mohammed - Questions From Salim Ahmed Hamdan's Defense Attorney
... On 23 April 2008 attorneys working on behalf of Salim Ahmed Hamdan requested permission to meet with Abdul Malik and Mustafa al-Hawsawi ... Hamdan's attorneys had previously requested permission to get the "high-value detainees" to answer written questions, which would confirm that if Hamdan played a role in al Qaeda it had been a peripheral one ... way to know that the questions purporting to be from Hamdan's attorneys was not a ruse ...
Hussein Hamdan
... Hussein Hamdan (born August 22, 1978) is a Lebanese footballer ... Hamdan is also a member of the Lebanon national football team ...
Soap Kills
... The group was formed in October 1997 when Zeid Hamdan and Yasmine Hamdan, both born in Beirut in 1976 but not related, decided to explore and combine their interest in classical Arabic song ... them as "Trip hop à l'orientale" The band's name was initially that of a song written by Zeid Hamdan, and according to him referred to the reconstruction of Beirut after the ... was initially dominated by a Roland MC-303 Groovebox, which Zeid Hamdan had acquired to replace musicians after the dissolution of Lombrix, a rock band that he had founded in the mid-1990s with Yasmine Hamdan and others ...
Salim Hamdan - July Trial - Robert McFadden's Testimony
... a former FBI agent who had interrogated Hamdan ... Officer had already ruled that the testimony of most of Hamdan's first interrogators at Guantanamo was inadmissible, due to their use of coercive ... key testimony expected from McFadden was his having heard Hamdan confirm that he had sworn "bayat", a kind of oath of fealty, to Osama Bin Laden ...
Salim Hamdan - Return To Yemen
... In November 2008, the United States transferred Hamdan to Yemen, where the government had agreed to keep him in custody until he served the remaining month of his sentence ... Chuck Schmitz, one of Hamdan's translators in Guantanamo, has been asked by a publisher about co-writing a book with Hamdan about his experiences ... A Fulbright Scholar when asked in 2004 to translate for Hamdan, Schmitz is now a Professor at Towson University ...