Saudi–Rashidi War (1903–1907)
|Part of Unification of Saudi Arabia|
| Emirate of Ha'il
|Emirate of Nejd and Hasa|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Abalkhail Emir of Qassim region.||
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 engaged between the Saudi loyal forces of the newborn Emirate of Riyadh versus the Emirate of Ha'il (Jabal Shammar), under the Rashidis. The pro-Ottoman Rashidis were supported with 8 battalions of the Ottoman military forces. The warfare period of sporadic battles ended with Saudi takeover of the al-Qassim region, after decisive victory in 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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