Jazirah

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Shammar in Iraq
... Many of the Shammar in Iraq gave up the nomadic life to settle in major cities, especially the Jazirah plain, the area between the Tigris and Euphrates from Baghdad to Mosul ... a few examples of Shammar outside of the Jazirah ... The Shammar took over the Jazirah after displasing Al-Ubaid tribe ...
Banu Bakr - Tribe Tree / Classic Relations
... (ربيعة), migrated northwards and eastwards from Hejaz, for example to Diyar Rabi'a in Al-Jazirah Bakr ibn Wa'il, Nejd, bedouin sections migrated before Islam to Diyar Bakr in Al-Jazirah ... Bani Hizzan in Al-Yamama in eastern Najd Taghlib ibn Wa'il, migrated northwards to the Jazirah plain in northern Mesopotamia in the 6th century ...
Al Jazirah (state)
... Al Jazirah (Arabic ولاية الجزيرة‎ Al Ǧazīra), also spelled Gezira, is one of the 15 states of Sudan ... Al Jazirah became the Sudan's major agricultural region with more than 2.5 million acres (10,000 km2) under cultivation ... Peace Agreement Central Darfur East Darfur Al Jazirah Kassala Khartoum North Darfur North Kurdufan Northern Al Qadarif Red Sea River Nile Sennar South Darfur West Darfur White Nile ...
Muslim Conquest Of Syria - Conquest Under Caliph Umar - Conquest of Northern Syria
... He arranged for the necessary defenses in Jazirah and Armenia and left for his capital Constantinople ... of their homeland, they abandoned the siege and hastily withdrew to Jazirah ... This act of Jazirah's Christian Arabs was followed by fierce measures from the Caliphate, and Jazirah, the last base of the Eastern Roman empire in the Middle East was captured the same year ...
Shammari - Shammar in Iraq
... in Iraq gave up the nomadic life to settle in major cities, especially the Jazirah plain, the area between the Tigris and Euphrates from Baghdad to Mosul ... in the city of Nasiriyah are a few examples of Shammar outside of the Jazirah ... The Shammar took over the Jazirah after displasing Al-Ubaid tribe ...