Al-Jaroudiya

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Al-Jaroudiya (or just Jaroudiya) is a village situated in the Qatif region in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Other villages in Qatif such as Saihat, Anak, Safwa, Awamiya, Awjam, Qudaih, Khuwailidiya, Al-Jish, Umm Al-Hamam, as well as Tarout Island (which includes the districts of Sanabis and Darin). Jaroudiya is located in north-west Umm Al-Hammam, close to Badr-el-Badrani which was a place for pilgrims resting when camel was a means for transport across the deserts. Jaroudiya also rests on top of the Sald mountains. Original families resulting are referred to as Jaroudi, or Jarudi, or Al-Jaroudi. For more details visit the official site of Al-Jarodiah village [1][citation needed]

Coordinates: 24°36′55″S 46°41′55″E / 24.61528°S 46.69861°E / -24.61528; 46.69861