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a central plateau region of the Arabian Peninsula

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The threat of Nejdi invasion and political turmoil continued and the British also played an active role in it through their colonial rule in India.
Allah is great, His winds are free," Villiers tells Nejdi upon meeting him at the airport after 29 years.
Founded by the Nejdi teacher Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (d.
Regular time ended 2-2 as Shaikh Abdulla bin Khalifa Al Khalifa and Mohammed Al Nejdi scored for the Royal Special Forces team, while both Technical Maintenance team goals came from Mahmood Abdulrahman.
Contrairement a la precedente saison, le Wydad s'est fait plus discret sur le marche des transferts avec les recrutements de Nejdi, Oussama El Garib (FUS), Abderrazak Lemnasfi (MAT), Fabrice Ondama et l'ivoirien Bobley Anderson.
Muharraq, under veteran tactician Mohammed Al Murbarti, were also spearheaded by Cuban giant Pedro Ortiz, besides local talents like playmaker Emad Salman, Abdulla Al Nejdi, Rashid Ahmed, Mahmood Al Afy, Ebrahim Nesaif, and libero Rashid Al Haiki.
Also guiding Al Murbati's squad to victory were Cuban professional Pedro Ortiz besides local talents like Hassan Dahi, Abdulla Al Nejdi, Ebrahim Nesaif, Mahmood Al Afiya, Ali Abdulhussain, playmaker Emad Salman and libero Rashid Al Haiki.
en attendant l'eventuel retour de Omar Nejdi actuellement en Egypte.
Under the watchful eye of veteran Bahraini coach Mohammed Al Mubrati, who led the club to all previous eight title victories, the squad includes Bahraini national team players Fadhel Abbas, Abdulla Al Nejdi, Rashid Ahmed, Ebrahim Nesaif, Mahmood Al Afiya, Rashid Al Haiki and Hassan Dahi, who joined the club from Al Nasser especially in time for the championship.
On parle aussi du retour du virevoltant, Omar Nejdi, qui n'a plus grand-chose a donner en Egypte.
Veteran Bahraini tactician Mohammed Al Mubrati, who was at the helm of the team that won all the previous eight titles, was also banking on Abdulla Al Nejdi, Ebrahim Nesaif, Mahmood Al Afiya, playmaker Emad Salman, libero Rashid Al Haiki and Hassan Dahi, who joined Muharraq on loan from Al Nasser Club just for the duration of the tournament.
Under the watchful eye of veteran Bahraini coach Mohammed Al Mubrati who led the club to their previous eight title victories, the squad includes Bahraini national team players Fadhel Abbas, Abdulla Al Nejdi, Rashid Ahmed, Ebrahim Nesaif, Mahmood Al Afiya, Rashid Al Haiki and Hassan Dahi, who joined the club from Al Nasser especially in time for the championship.
They include national team star Fadhel Abbas, besides Ebrahim Nesaif, Abdulla Al Nejdi, playmakers Ahmed Yousef and Emad Salman besides Cuban spiker Pedro Ortiz.
The so-called 'Dream Team' include some of the kingdom's best volleyball players who were part of the team that took part in last month's 12th Arab Games in Doha, including playmaker Emad Salman and Abdulla Al Nejdi.