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Al-Rashid, ar-Rashid ("the Righteous"), Al-Rasheed or Al Rasheed may refer to:
- Ar-Rashīd, one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Guide to the Right Path"
- Harun al-Rashid, Abbasid Caliph, 786–809
- Abu'l-Futuh al-Hasan ibn Ja'far, briefly anti-Caliph in 1012, claimed the regnal name al-Rashid
- Ar-Rashid (1109–1138), caliph of Baghdad, 1135–1136
Located in Baghdad, Iraq
- Al-Rashid, Baghdad, an administrative district
- Al Rasheed Street
- Al-Rasheed Airport
- Al Rasheed Hotel
- Al Rasheed TV, a satellite TV channel based in Baghdad
- Al-Rasheed SC, a defunct Iraqi football club based in Baghdad
- Al Rasheed University College, a private university
- Emirate of Al-Rashīd, a former state in the Nejd region of Arabia, existing from the mid-nineteenth century to 1921
- Rashidi dynasty, a historic dynasty of the Arabian Peninsula
- Al-Rashid, one of the 99 Names of Allah
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