Ali bin al Mugrab Al Uyuni

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Ali bin al-Mugrab Al Uyuni (علي بن المقرب العيوني) Bahrani poet from Al-Hasa, died in 630 AH (1232 AD), one of the late known poets among the people of the Arabian Peninsula before the modern era. Percentage due to Al Uyuni built from Abdul Qays, who ruled Ahsa in that period after extracted from Qarmatians. Al Uyuni poet, and is considered his office and explanations which are attached by one of the most important sources on the history of that state.

This has been achieved by his several times of poetry, by a number of researchers, including Ahmed Musa al-Khatib and newly investigation and explanation Bureau I'm close[clarification needed][1] by three researchers (Abdul-Khaliq al-Janabi, Abdul Ghani Alarafat, and Ali Bey).[2]

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  1. ^ Abdul Khaliq al-Janabi and others, explained the Court I'm close, the cultural center of publishing and distribution in Beirut, 1999.
  2. ^ Mirza Khuwaildi, pleural and his two companions Asdran Sharh Diwan I'm close in three parts, Asharq Al Awsat: Saturday, March 20, 1425 May 8, 2004 Issue 9293