Arab genealogical tradition

The Arab genealogical tradition divides the Arab people into two main groups; Qahtanites (southerners) and Adnanites (northerners), referring to the areas of Arabia which are regarded as their homelands. The Qahtanites are held to be descended from the biblical Qahtan, a descendant of Noah, while Ishmael is the father of the Adnanites.

The map below shows places of Qahtanite and Adnanite tribes at the Time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

سكان الإمارات

وبلغ عدد سكان دولة الإمارات، حسب إحصاء عام 2018، 9.4 ملايين نسمة، يشكل الأجانب منهم نحو 88.52%، أما النسبة الباقية التي تقدر بنحو 11.4% فهم السكان الأصليون في دولة الإمارات.

Aqaba Flagpole

The flagpole in Aqaba is currently the 6th-tallest flagpole in the world at a height of 130 metres, however, it was the tallest flagpole in the world when it was built in 2004

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