Al Jazirah Al Hamra

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Al Jazeerah Al Hamra
Al Jazeerah Al Hamra is located in United Arab Emirates
Al Jazeerah Al Hamra
Al Jazeerah Al Hamra
Coordinates: 25°42′32″N 55°47′50″E / 25.70889°N 55.79722°E / 25.70889; 55.79722Coordinates: 25°42′32″N 55°47′50″E / 25.70889°N 55.79722°E / 25.70889; 55.79722
Country United Arab Emirates
Emirate Ras al-Khaimah
Elevation 8 m (29 ft)

Al Jazeerah Al Hamra is a town in the United Arab Emirates occupied by Ras al-Khaimah since 1970. Its last Al-Zaab Sharif (mayor) was Hussein Bin Rahma Al-Zaabi, who is now the Sharif of Al-Zaab area in Abu Dhabi. His eldest son Rahma is the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Lebanon.[1] Al Jazeerah Al Hamra is the oldest town on the Persian Gulf, it is the only traditional town in the United Arab Emirates. Al Jazeerah Al Hamra is home to the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport.

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  1. ^ http://www.uaepm.ae/en/media/news/articles/news85.html UAE Ambassador to Beirut Rahma Hussien Al Zaabi