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Numerology information Hejaz:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Songs about Hejaz:
Mawal Hejaz (Johnny Brenda's, Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, U.S. 2010) by Omar Souleyman from the Album Haflat Gharbia: The Western Concerts
Aboo Ata (Hejaz - Gabri) by Iraj Tahiri from the Album Del Navaz
Abouata_ Hejaz by Pejman Haddadi Sahba Motallebi from the Album To the Memory of Ostad Aliakbar Shahnazi
Abu ata:Daramad-e Hejaz ba Tahrir by Ebrahim Sarkhosh Adib Khansari from the Album Songs of Adib Khansari, Vol. 4
Abu Ata:Hejaz by Arshad Tahmasbi from the Album Radif of Mirza Abdollah (Persian Classical Music Style Learning) - Narrates from Nurali Borumand Vol:1 & 2
Abu ata:Hejaz by Ebrahim Sarkhosh Adib Khansari from the Album Songs of Adib Khansari, Vol. 4
Abu Ata:Hejaz,Owj-e Hejaz by Hassan Kasaei from the Album Iranian Classical Music Radifs 2: Edameh-Ye Abu Ata / Avaz-E Afshari
Books about Hejaz:
The Hejaz Railway by Metin Hulagu (Jan 16, 2011)
The Hejaz Railway by James NICHOLSON (Jul 15, 2005)
The Hejaz Railway and the Muslim pilgrimage;: A case of Ottoman political propaganda, by Muhammad Arif ibn Ahmad Munayyir (1971)
Hejaz Before World War I by D. G. Hogarth and T. E. Lawrence (Dec 1978)
The Hejaz Railway and the Ottoman Empire: Modernity, Industrialisation and Ottoman Decline (Library of Ottoman... by Murat Özyüksel (Nov 26, 2014)
King Husain and the Kingdom of Hejaz (Arabia Past & Present) by P.R. Baker (Sep 1979)
The Hejaz Railway 1st (first) Edition by Nicholson, James published by Stacey International (2005) (0100)
Wiki information Hejaz:
Al-Hejaz, also, Hijaz is a region in the west of present-day Saudi Arabia. It is bordered on the west by the Red Sea, on the north by Jordan, on the east by Nejd and on the south by Asir. Its main city is Jeddah, but it is probably better known for...
The Kingdom of Hejaz was a state in the Hejaz region ruled by the Hashemite family. It became independent from the collapsing Ottoman Empire as a result of World War I when the Sharif of Mecca made a deal with the British that the Arab population...