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The Arabian Peninsula and Arab world in photos

Discussion in 'Arab Defence Forum' started by al-Hasani, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. HannibalBarca

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    Well... Berber became a minority... N-Africans are mostly of Arab descent and Arab culture...
    At least what the genetical studies found... if I remember well, it's a research from the university of OXford, with Alger , Tunis and Tanger.
    Berbers ar emostly concentrated in South ALgeria and Morroco, in the other hand Tunis, have only a few percent, near the ALgerian-Tunisian border. As for Libya, almost none.

    But still, except that, we do not have anything to do with ME...
     
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    Uae has bombed isis mr. Defender of daesh the libyan war is now since 6 Years over ! There is percentage of jihadist who join Terror Groups like Al Qaida al nusra and all these Terror organisations most of them were North africans
     
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    Look at Algeria man! A world of words within a single image
     
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    Well, there are terrorist in algeria Too algerian Migrants in france join Isis
     
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    Bullshit, the last DNA analysis of Tunisian , where Arabs settled in Carthage before the invasion of North Africa, showed less than 4% of the population were Arab descents, Algeria and Morocco, their number doesn’t even register..
     
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    Not my finding... so... take it as it is... other studies say otherwise... But that's what we get...


    J-P209

    Haplogroup J (Y-DNA) distribution
    Haplogroup J-P209 is believed to have arisen roughly 31,700 years ago in Southwest Asia (Middle East) (31,700±12,800 years ago according to Semino 2004). Haplogroup J-P209 is found in greatest concentration in Southwestern Arabian Peninsula. Outside of this region, haplogroup J-P209 has a presence in North Africa: Algeria (up to 35%) (Semino 2004), Tunisia (up to 31%),[52] Morocco (up to 20%) (Semino 2004), Egypt (up to 20%) (Luis 2004)

    so in this day...someone being "pure" of somthing is rare... we , in that region, a bit of everything...
     
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    That is not true..

    I have a recent article in one of these thread. I will found it and direct you to it..

    Just not the UAE planes piloted by Turcs and western mercenaries, as well as eastern Européens, meaning Haftar jets..
    Lybia is so much a mess that there is no power that can stitch it together...and certainly not the Arabs...they can’t even subdue the Houthis, armed with AK’s and barefooted..
     
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    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1234171/saudi-arabia
    RIYADH: The oud is a very ancient instrument that has its ancestors in Babylon, Mesopotamia and Persia. It is a mystical instrument known for its enticing sounds and mesmerizing tunes which has captivated audiences for thousands of years.

    The oud went through much development, especially when a famous musician from Baghdad went to Iberia, after which the instrument ventured into the Western world.

    The director of the Saudi Heritage Preservation Society, Abdul Rahman Al-Aidan, tells the story of the selling of the oud belonging to the artist Tariq Abdul Hakim.

    It started when the team from the Society visited Tariq Abdul Hakim’s son, Sultan, in his father’s museum. Once they laid eyes on the oud, the idea of selling it was presented to him, and he agreed.

    During a ceremony honoring the artist in February 2017, the idea was implemented, and the oud was auctioned. So far, it the most valuable musical instrument to be sold in Saudi Arabia — for SR500,000 ($133,305).

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    Tariq Abdul Hakim’s oud was sold for half a million riyals. (social media)

    Sami Fortune, a musical instrument enthusiast, said: “It’s really unusual for an oud to sell for so much. There are some famous ouds that tend to sell for large amounts. Antiques in general are valued because of rarity and age, or because of their previous owner. The maximum price for an oud which I’ve heard of is £10,000 ($14,155). This is quite a jump up from that.”

    The lady who bought the oud donated it to the Museum of Historical Performing Arts in Jeddah, which is associated with the Society.

    Al-Aidan exclaimed: “This oud is one of the most valuable musical instruments since it belonged to the private collection of the late artist Tareq Abdul-Hakeem, and has appeared often on screen.”

    He explained that the association has set up a program, “Taraneem,” to annually honor artistic symbols and celebrate works that have influenced our artistic heritage.

    Al-Aidan pointed out that “Taraneem” began in 2015, and honored artists such as Toha and Ibtisam Lutfi, in addition to the artist Tariq Abdul Hakim.

    Sultan bin Tariq Abdul Hakim praised the efforts of the Society and its role in preserving the Saudi national heritage, especially the Museum of Performing Arts project, which will display the archives and holdings of his father, the late artist.

    A TV drama series will be produced about the life of Tareq Abdul Hakim and his artistic career in Saudi, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria.

    It was confirmed that Sultan and his siblings welcomed the reintroduction of their father’s work by any artist in Saudi Arabia or the Arab world, without any financial conditions.
     
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    Thank you mate :D
    in case you or any of the brothers here decided to visit one day, few more pictures:

    Aïn Soltane and El Feidja:


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