Saudi–Rashidi War (1903–1907)
|Part of Unification of Saudi Arabia|
| Emirate of Ha'il
|Commanders and leaders|
Ibrahim bin Aqeel
|Casualties and losses|
|at least 1,670||at least 937|
Saudi–Rashidi War of 1903–1907, also referred as the First Saudi–Rashidi War or the Battles over Qasim, was a conflict between Saudi loyalist forces of the newborn Emirate of Riyadh and the Emirate of Ha'il (Jabal Shammar), supported by the Rashidis. The pro-Ottoman Rashidis were supported by 8 battalions of Ottoman infantry. The majority of the war was fought out in a series of sporadic battles, which ended with a Saudi takeover of the al-Qassim region following their decisive victory at Qassim on April 13, 1906, though additional engagements followed in 1907.
Saudi–Rashidi War (combined 2,607+ casualties):
- Battle of Unaizah (1904) - 372 killed.
- Battle of Buraidah - unknown.
- Battle of Bekeriyah (1904) - 2,200 killed.
- Battle of Shinanah (1904) - unknown.
- Battle of Rawdat Muhanna (1906) - 35+ killed.
- Battle of Tarafiyah (1907) - unknown.
- James Wynbrandt. A brief history of Saudi Arabia: p169. 
- Mikaberidze, Alexander (2011). Conflict and Conquest in the Islamic World: A Historical Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. p. 807. ISBN 978-1-59884-336-1.
- Saudi Arabia 1922-50
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