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Hamasa is an area currently in the Buraimi area in Oman. Hamasa, for the period of 200 years, was the capital of the Buraimi district (at that time a part of Saudi Arabia). In 1955, a force from Abu Dhabi and Oman, both supported by the United Kingdom, invaded the area. Most of the citizens are from Al Shawames.
The Hamasa is also a collection of early Arabic poetry, extolling virtues such as bravery, courage and honor.
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