A brief glimpse into the past

Team, Place & City Details

Hamoud Al-Saadi

Hamoud Al-Saadi is an Omani footballer who plays for Dhofar S.C.S.C. in Oman Professional League.

St Patrick's Athletic L.F.C.

St Patrick's Athletic Ladies Football Club is an Irish association football club based in Inchicore, Dublin. It is the women's section of St Patrick's Athletic F.C..

Christopher O'Connell

Christopher "Chris" O'Connell is an Australian professional tennis player. He grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Halloumi
Halloumi

Halloumi or haloumi () is a semi-hard, unripened, brined cheese made from a mixture of goat's and sheep's milk, and sometimes also cow's milk. It has a high melting point and so can easily be fried or grilled.

Hamoud bin Mohammed of Zanzibar
Hamoud bin Mohammed of Zanzibar

Sayyid Hamoud bin Mohammed Al-Said, GCSI, (ruled 27 August 1896 - 18 July 1902) (Arabic: حمود بن محمد‎) was the British-controlled Omani sultan of the protectorate of Zanzibar, who outlawed slavery on the island. Hamoud became sultan with the support of the British consul, Sir Basil Cave, upon the death of Sayyid Hamad bin Thuwaini.

Hamun Lake
Hamun Lake

Lake Hāmūn or Hamoun Oasis (Persian: دریاچه هامون‎) is a term applied to wetlands in endorheic Sīstān Basin on the Irano-Afghan border in the Sistan region. In Iran, it is also known as Hāmūn-e Helmand, Hāmūn-e Hīrmand, or Daryācheh-ye Sīstān (“Lake Sīstān”).Hāmūn is generic term which refers to shallow lakes (or lagoons), usually seasonal, that occur in deserts of southeast Iran and adjacent areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan as a product of snowmelt in nearby mountains in spring.

Hamoukar
Hamoukar

Hamoukar is a large archaeological site located in the Jazira region of northeastern Syria (Al Hasakah Governorate), near the Iraqi and Turkish borders. The early settlement dates back to the 5th millennium BCE, and it existed simultaneously with the Ubaid and the early Uruk cultures.

Hamour
Hamour

The name 'Hamour' or 'Hammour' is used to describe a number of fish, including the Brown spotted reef cod (Epinephelus chlorostigma). At the same time, it is the name given to a variety of closely related fish species in the Persian Gulf.

Hamoud al-Aqla al-Shu'aybi

Hamoud al-Aqla al-Shuebi was a Saudi-born Islamic cleric.He has been seen as a radical element since at least 1994 when he was quoted by Osama bin Laden in his Open Letter to Bin Baz on the Invalidity of his Fatwa on Peace with the Jews, and several weeks after the Invasion of Afghanistan.He supported the 9/11 attacks and issued a Fatwa praising the Taliban shortly after their destruction of the Buddha sculptures in Bamiyan for creating "the only country in the world in which there are no man-made laws".The Central Intelligence Agency accused many Guantanamo detainee of obeying his fatwa and used it to torture them without any evidence.