Rashidi dynasty

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The Rashidi dynasty, also called Al Rashid or the House of Rashid, was a historic Arabian House or dynasty that existed in the Arabian Peninsula between 1836 and 1921.wikipedia
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The Rashidi dynasty, also called Al Rashid or the House of Rashid, was a historic Arabian House or dynasty that existed in the Arabian Peninsula between 1836 and 1921.

House of Saud

Saudi royal familyAl SaudSaud
Its members were rulers of the Emirate of Ha'il and the most formidable enemies of the House of Saud, rulers of the Emirate of Nejd.
The family has had conflicts with the Ottoman Empire, the Sharif of Mecca, the Al Rashid family of Ha'il and their vassal houses in Najd, numerous Islamist groups both inside and outside Saudi Arabia and Shia minority in Saudi Arabia.

Emirate of Jabal Shammar

Ha'ilJabal ShammarEmirate of Ha'il
Its members were rulers of the Emirate of Ha'il and the most formidable enemies of the House of Saud, rulers of the Emirate of Nejd.
It was led by a monarchy of the Rashidi dynasty.

Ha'il

HailBarzan souqUniversity of Ha'il
They were centered in Ha'il, a city in northern Nejd that derived its wealth from being on the route of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, and was also a commercial center.
It is also the homeland of the Rashid royal family, historical rivals to Saudi royal family.

Emirate of Nejd

Second Saudi StateNejdWahhabi
Its members were rulers of the Emirate of Ha'il and the most formidable enemies of the House of Saud, rulers of the Emirate of Nejd.
Severe internal conflicts within the House of Saud eventually led to the dynasty's downfall at the Battle of Mulayda in 1891, between the forces loyal to the last Saudi imam, Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal ibn Turki, and the Rashidi dynasty of Ha'il.

Saudi–Rashidi War (1903–1907)

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Nevertheless, the Rashidi still ruled and fought together in the Saudi–Rashidi Wars.
Saudi–Rashidi War of 1903–1907, also referred as the First Saudi–Rashidi War or the Battles over Qasim, was a conflict between Saudi loyalist forces of the newborn Emirate of Riyadh and the Emirate of Ha'il (Jabal Shammar), supported by the Rashidis.

Riyadh

Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaRiyadAl Riyadh
In 1890, Al Rashid occupied Riyadh.
Following the death of Faisal, there was rivalry among his sons which situation was exploited by Muhammad bin Rashid who took most of Najd, signed a treaty with the Ottomans and also captured Hasa in 1871.

Abdullah bin Rashid

Abdullah ibn RashidʿAbdullah''' (I) '''bin Rashīd
The rulers of Ha'il were the sons of Abdullah bin Rashid, founder of the dynasty.
Under his leadership, the Rashidi dynasty contended with the Second Saudi State in Najd and the Ottoman Empire in Iraq.

Najd

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They were centered in Ha'il, a city in northern Nejd that derived its wealth from being on the route of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, and was also a commercial center.
Throughout the rest of the 19th century, the Al Saud contested control of the interior of what was to become Saudi Arabia with another Arabian ruling family, the Al Rashid.

Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah Al Saud

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Faisal depended on a close alliance with the Al Rashid family of Hail.

Abd al-Aziz ibn Mutib

Abdul-Aziz bin MitabAbdulaziz bin MitabIbn Rashid
A son of the third Rashidi emir, he was adopted by his uncle Mohammed, the fifth emir, and brought up to be his heir.

Shammar

Shammar tribe(al Jarbah)Alshammari
The first clan, the Al Ali, were replaced by the Al Rashid.

Battle of Rawdat Muhanna

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Battle of Rawdat Muhanna (معركة روضة مهنا or معركة روضة ابن مهنا) was a major battle of the Saudi–Rashidi War, during the unification of Saudi Arabia, fought between Rashidi and Saudi rebels.

Saudi Arabia

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Throughout the rest of the 19th century, the Al Saud contested control of the interior of what was to become Saudi Arabia with another Arabian ruling family, the Al Rashid, who ruled the Emirate of Jabal Shammar.

Abdullah of Saudi Arabia

King AbdullahAbdullahCrown Prince Abdullah
His mother, Fahda bint Asi Al Shuraim, was a member of the Al Rashid dynasty, longtime rivals of the Al Saud dynasty.

Faisal bin Musaid

Faisal bin Musa'idPrince Faisal bin Musa'idFaisal bin Musad
His father was Prince Musa'id, the paternal half brother to six Saudi Arabian kings including King Faisal; his mother was Watfa, a daughter of Muhammad bin Talal, the 12th (and last) Rashidi Emir.

Unification of Saudi Arabia

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The Al-Saud had been in exile in the British protected emirate of Kuwait since 1893 following their second episode of removal from power and dissolution of their polity, this time by the Al Rashid Emirate of Ha'il.

List of Sunni dynasties

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Barzan Palace

The palace was completed during the rule of the second Rashidi amir, Talal ibn Abdullah (1848–68).

Musa'id bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

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Musa'id married Watfa, a daughter of Muhammad bin Talal, the 12th (and last) Rashidi amir.

Conquest of Ha'il

Second Saudi–Rashidi WarRashidi-Saudi WarSaudi campaign of late 1921
Conquest of Ha'il also referred as the Second Saudi–Rashidi War, was engaged by the Saudi forces, which received British military assistance and its ally Ikhwan tribesmen upon the Emirate of Jabal Shammar, under the last Rashidi ruler.

Arabian Peninsula

ArabiaArabianArab Peninsula
The Rashidi dynasty, also called Al Rashid or the House of Rashid, was a historic Arabian House or dynasty that existed in the Arabian Peninsula between 1836 and 1921.

Hajj

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They were centered in Ha'il, a city in northern Nejd that derived its wealth from being on the route of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, and was also a commercial center.