Buraydah


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Buraydah

(bʊˈraɪdə) or

Buraida

n
(Placename) a town and oasis in central Saudi Arabia. Pop: 462 000 (2005 est)
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Buraydah is the provincial capital of Qassim province, home to some of the kingdom's most conservative clerics, who observe a strict interpretation of Islam known as Wahhabism.
Meanwhile, Larsen & Toubro Saudi Arabia has bagged orders from the National Grid, Saudi Arabia (a subsidiary of Saudi Electricity Company), for the construction of 132 kV cabling & 132 kV double-circuit transmission lines in Buraydah and Hail Areas of Saudi Arabia.
4mn, which includes various orders from Saudi Electricity Company for cabling and transmission line networks in the cities of Buraydah and Hail.
More than 200 protesters, including women and children, were detained in Buraydah, north of the capital Riyadh, for demanding the release of imprisoned relatives.
Earlier this week, a Saudi court gave four young men sentences of between three to 10 years prison and 500 to 2,000 lashes for dancing naked in public in the city of Buraydah, north of Riyadh.
The contest is being held north of the capital in the city of Buraydah, known as a centre for Wahhabism - a strict interpretation of Islam that is followed in the desert kingdom.
From the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Qassim University, Buraydah 51452, PO Box 6622, Saudi Arabia.
The management of the prison in Buraydah, the capital of Al Qasem Region in north central Saudi Arabia, also provided food and drinks for the families, and friends of the inmate and his bride.
Qassim Power Plant serves the people of Buraydah, the capital of Qassim region, in the heart of the Arabian Peninsula.
A civil defense statement said the incident took place on the campus of al-Qassim University in the city of Buraydah.
Summary: Buraydah, Saudi Arabia, Jumada Al-Awwal 22, 1432 H/April 26, 2011, SPA -- U.
The fastest-growing major cities in the country are expected to be Khamis Mushait, Dammam and Buraydah, a recent report from Euromonitor