Omran

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Omran or Omrane may refer to:

Places[edit]

  • Al-Omran (also spelled Al-Umran), a city in Al-Ahsa Governorate, Saudi Arabia
  • Ahmad-e Omran also known as Maʿbūdī, a village in Jazireh-ye Minu Rural District, Minu District, Khorramshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran
  • Bou Omrane, a town in central Tunisia in Gafsa Governorate
  • Omran Kandi, a village in Nazarkahrizi Rural District, Nazarkahrizi District, Hashtrud County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran
  • El Omrane Mosque, a mosque in Tunis
  • Souk El Omrane, one of the markets of Bab Jebli in the medina of Sfax, Tunisia

People[edit]

Given name[edit]

Omran[edit]

  • Omran Daqneesh, a Syrian boy who, at age five, gained media attention after footage of him injured in what was alleged to have been an air strike appeared on the Internet
  • Omran Haydary (born 1998), Dutch-born Afghan football player
  • Omran Sharaf, Project Manager of the United Arab Emirates' first Mission to Mars (Hope) and the Director of the Programs Management Department at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre
  • Omran al-Zoubi (born 1959), Syrian politician and government minister

Omrane[edit]

Surname[edit]

Omran[edit]

  • Abbas Al Omran, Bahraini human rights and labor activist
  • Adnan Omran (born 1934), Syrian diplomat, politician, government minister
  • Amal Omran (born 1968), Syrian actress and director of Syria play
  • Aseel Omran, Saudi Arabian singer
  • Lo'ay Omran, Jordanian football player
  • Mohammed Omran, also known as Sheikh Abu Ayman, established the Australian branch of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah Association
  • Nabil Omran (born 1981), Libyan futsal player

Omrane[edit]

  • Kamel Omrane (1951–2018), Tunisian scholar of Islam, politician and minister

Business and Economy[edit]

  • Omran Company, a government-owned company mandated to drive the investment, growth and development of the tourism sector in the Sultanate of Oman
  • Omran Sahel, an Iranian company owned or controlled by Khatam al-Anbia

See also[edit]