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an ancient Mediterranean seaport that was a thriving city state in Phoenicia during the second millennium BC

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On 16 February 1991 there was a Scud missile impact in the immediate vicinity of an ammunition-laden pier at Al Jubayl.
The day after the Israeli retreat, Irish officers listened in amazement as Hezbollah leader Sheik Nasrallah at Binta Jubayl addressed 50,000 supporters, many heavily armed, at a rally to celebrate Israel's withdrawal.
to small communities to the east of Jubayl (Byblos), surviving until today" (p.
The veterans described in detail an apparent chemical weapons attack near their camp at the Port of Jubayl in Saudi Arabia and said that their commanders had ordered them not to discuss it.
It is important to note that only a small fraction of the oil reached the more productive regions of the Gulf to the south of Jubayl.
Top priority went to corralling the oil in booms and cleaning up shoreline areas around key facilities, such as Saudi Arabia's Jubayl desalination plant -- the world's largest.
Jubail Chemical Industries Company (Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia) will invest approximately $160 million in the construction of a chloralkali plant in Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia.
During the buildup of Operation Desert Shield, the Saudi Arabian ports of Ad Dammam and Al Jubayl were congested with tens of thousands of military and commercially leased containers.