|Conquest of al-Hasa|
|Part of Unification of Saudi Arabia|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Unknown||Abdulaziz Ibn Saud|
|Ottoman garrison||Ikhwan militia|
The Conquest of al-Hasa was achieved by the Saudi forces of ibn Saud with support from the Ikhwan in April 1913. The Oasis of al-Hasa was conquered from an Ottoman garrison, who had controlled the area since 1871.
Although Saudi Shia religious community leaders negotiated a surrender and recognition of the Wahhabi political authority in exchange for leniency, the Shia communities in al-Hasa and Qatif were subjected to harsh oversight and cruelty.
The Ottomans swiftly acknowledged the loss of al-Hasa, and recognized al-Hasa and Nejd as being under the rule of Ibn Saud.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Jones, T. Embattled in Arabia. 03 June 2009.
- Habib, John S. (1978-01-01) (in en). Ibn Sa'ud's Warriors of Islam: The Ikhwan of Najd and Their Role in the Creation of the Sa'udi Kingdom, 1910-1930. Brill. pp. 13. ISBN 9789004057579. https://books.google.nl/books?id=wthtAAAAMAAJ&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=1913.
- Pp. 63, 124
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