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"Al Haram" is a classical 1965 Egyptian drama film directed by Henry Barakat. The film stars Faten Hamama, Zaki Rostom, and Abdallah Gheith and is based on a novel by the same title by Yūsuf Idrīs. The film was nominated for the Prix International award at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival. It was also chosen as one of the best Egyptian film productions in the Egyptian Cinema centennial. A survey by Al-Fonoon magazine in 1984 chose it as one of the best ten films in the history of Egyptian cinema.


"Al Haram" a.k.a. "The sinners" is a book written by Yusuf Idris.


Al Haram a.k.a. The Al-Haram or Al-Harm are a Bedouin tribe of Saudi Arabia, Sunni Arabs. An Al-Haram myth of origin asserts that they were originally protectors of the Kaaba in the Sacred Mosque or Masjid al-Haram in Mecca.

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Google previewThe Life and Religion of Mohammed (1850)

As Contained in the Sheeãh Traditions of the Hyât-ul-Kuloob by Muḥammad Bāqir ibn Muḥammad Taqī Majlisī

" " Al Masher al haram is a mountain in the NOTES .

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