Abu Zayd al-Hilali
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Who is Abu Zayd al-Hilali?
Abu Zayd al-Hilali: Abu Zayd Ibn Rizq Al-Hilali was an 11th-century Arab leader and hero of the 'Amirid tribe of Banu Hilal.
"Abu Zayd al-Hilali" is a 1947 Egyptian film that portrays the life of the tenth-century Arabic leader and hero Abu Zayd al-Hilali. It was directed by Ezzel Dine Zulficar and written by Zulficar and Abu Butheina. It stars Faten Hamama, Seraj Munir, and Amina al-Sharif. It was one of Hamama's earliest starring roles.
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Encyclopedia of Islam (2009)
by Juan Eduardo Campo
There were also popular oral epics about noble Arab warriors such as Antar and Abu Zayd al-Hilali. The Arabic literary heritage was selectively translated into Hebrew and Latin and transmitted to Europe during the Middle Ages, which ...
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