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Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il.

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  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il. Najd is in Islamic literature a region that can refer to many places, including mostly Iraq however.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Sudair, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il.
  • Najd, (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]), or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence.
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  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il. Najd is in Islamic literature a region that can refer to many places, including mostly Iraq however.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or Nejd is a geographical central region of Saudi Arabia that accounts for about a third of the population of the country. Najd consists of the modern administrative regions of Riyadh, Sudair, Al-Qassim, and Ha'il.
  • Najd, (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence. Historic Najd was divided into three modern administrative regions still in use today. Riyadh region featuring Wadi Hanifa and the Tuwaiq escarpment which houses easterly Yamama with the Saudi capital, Riyadh since 1824, and the Sudairi region which has its capital in Majmaah. The second administrative unit, Al-Qassim, houses the fertile oases and and datepalm orchards spread out in the region's highlands along Wadi Rummah in the center of Najd with its capital in Buraidah (second largest city in Najd) and the region was historically contested by the House of Rashid to its north and the House of Saud to its east and south. The third administrative unit is northerly Hail which features the mountains of Jabal Shammar housing the Tayy capital of Hail.
  • Najd, (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence. Historic Najd was divided into three modern administrative regions still in use today. Riyadh region featuring Wadi Hanifa and the Tuwaiq escarpment which houses easterly Yamama with the Saudi capital, Riyadh since 1824, and the Sudairi region which has its capital in Majmaah. The second administrative unit, Al-Qassim, houses the fertile oases and and datepalm orchards spread out in the region's highlands along Wadi Rummah in central Najd with its capital in Buraidah (second largest Najdi city) with the region historically contested by the House of Rashid to its north and the House of Saud to its east and south. The third administrative unit is northerly Hail which features the mountains of Jabal Shammar housing the Tayy capital of Hail.
  • Najd, (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]) or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence. Historic Najd was divided into three modern administrative regions still in use today. Riyadh region featuring Wadi Hanifa and the Tuwaiq escarpment which houses easterly Yamama with the Saudi capital, Riyadh since 1824, and the Sudairi region which has its capital in Majmaah. The second administrative unit, Al-Qassim, houses the fertile oases and datepalm orchards spread out in the region's highlands along Wadi Rummah in central Najd with its capital in Buraidah (second largest Najdi city) with the region historically contested by the House of Rashid to its north and the House of Saud to its east and south. The third administrative unit is northerly Hail which features the mountains of Jabal Shammar housing the Tayy capital of Hail.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]), or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence. Historic Najd was divided into three modern administrative regions still in use today. Riyadh region featuring Wadi Hanifa and the Tuwaiq escarpment which houses easterly Yamama with the Saudi capital, Riyadh since 1824, and the Sudairi region which has its capital in Majmaah. The second administrative unit, Al-Qassim, houses the fertile oases and datepalm orchards spread out in the region's highlands along Wadi Rummah in central Najd with its capital in Buraidah (second largest Najdi city) with the region historically contested by the House of Rashid to its north and the House of Saud to its east and south. The third administrative unit is northerly Hail which features the mountains of Jabal Shammar housing the Tayy capital of Hail.
  • Najd (Arabic: نَجْدٌ‎, pronounced [nad͡ʒd]), or the Nejd, forms the geographic center of Saudi Arabia accounting for about a third of the country's modern population and, since the Emirate of Diriyah, acting as the base for all unification campaigns by the House of Saud to bring Arabia under a single polity and Islamic jurisprudence. Historic Najd was divided into three modern administrative regions still in use today. The Riyadh region, featuring Wadi Hanifa and the Tuwaiq escarpment, which houses easterly Yamama with the Saudi capital, Riyadh since 1824, and the Sudairi region which has its capital in Majmaah. The second administrative unit, Al-Qassim, houses the fertile oases and date palm orchards spread out in the region's highlands along Wadi Rummah in central Najd with its capital in Buraidah (second largest Najdi city) with the region historically contested by the House of Rashid to its north and the House of Saud to its east and south. The third administrative unit is northerly Ḥaʼil, which features the mountains of Jabal Shammar housing the Tayy capital of Ḥaʼil.
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