Dallah Al-Baraka

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Dallah Albaraka Group
Founded 1969; 45 years ago (1969)
Headquarters Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Number of locations Saudi Arabia
Area served Middle East
Key people Shaikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel, Chairman
Abdulla Saleh Kamel, CEO
Dr. Mohammed Abdu Yamani, VP for Relations Development
Dr. Naji M. Nazer, VP for Internal Audit and Inspection
Website www.dallah.com

Dallah Al-Baraka (Arabic: دله البركة‎), is a Saudi Conglomerate founded and owned by Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel. The word Dallah is the diminutive name of Abdullah[1] - it also translates to "coffee pot" in Arabic.

The Group traces its origins to a cleaning and maintenance services company established in 1969. In 1975, Dallah Avco was formed to specialize in the construction, operation and maintenance of airport based projects. Its continued success in winning several contracts with the Saudi Ministry of Defense and Aviation, catapulted the group to grow and diversify extensively. Group activities now include the media (Arab Radio and Television Network), construction, Islamic banking & Finance, insurance, real estate, tourism, etc. In 2004, Group statistics included annual revenue of US$ 4,960 million and had 38,250 employees.[2] Dallah Al-Baraka is considered one of the largest companies in the Middle East and Arab World.

Industries & Companies[edit]


  • Dallah Industrial Investment Company [3]
  • Dallah Group Co.[3]


  • Al Samaha Holding Company [4]


  • (ARM) Arab Reach Media & Services Company LTD. [5]
  • (Iqra) IQRAA TV International Company [6]


  • Dallah Communications Company [7]

Real Estate[edit]

  • Dallah Real Estate & Tourism Development Company [8]



  • Al-Jazeera Transport Company [10]


  • Dallah Health Services Company [11]


  • Digital Marketing Executive | Ramzi M. Rihani [12]


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  5. ^ "by STdesigners". Armadco. Retrieved 9 December 2013. 
  6. ^ "قناة اقرأ الفضائية". Iqraa. 24 June 2012. Retrieved 9 December 2013. 
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  12. ^ "Employees". Ramzirihani. Retrieved 9 December 2013. 

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