Ottoman return of Mecca 1813
|Ottoman return of Mecca and Jeddah 1813|
|Part of the Ottoman-Saudi war|
|Ottoman Empire||First Saudi State|
|Commanders and leaders|
| Mohammed Ali Pasha
|Faisal bin Saud AL-Kabeer|
|22,000||1,000|
|Casualties and losses|
Ottoman return of Mecca 1813 (also known as the Battle of Mecca) happened several days after the recapture of Jeddah during the Ottoman-Saudi war. Diriyah's army and its 1,000 men in Mecca surrendered to Muhammad Ali of Egypt and Tusun Pasha, who recaptured the city for the Ottoman Empire.
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- Captain G. S. Froster : A trip Across the Peninsula – Rehla Abr Al-Jazeera, (Arabic). Mombai – India, 1866.
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