Dibba Al Hisn in archaeology

Dibba Al Hisn in archaeology

Dibba Al-Hisn, this small city, occupies a quiet, privileged location overlooking the western coast of the Sea of Oman, and represents the eastern natural geographical extension of the Emirate of Sharjah. It is bordered to the north by Dibba Al Baya, which is part of the Sultanate of Oman, and to the south by Dibba Al Fujairah. It should also be noted that Dibba Al Hisn is the smallest area in area among the three parts of the city of Dibba. In pre-Islamic history, the name Dibba is associated with one of the Arab markets. The merchants of the Arabian Peninsula met with others from India, Sindh, China, and Saraf. The name Dibba was also associated with the wars of apostasy that broke out between the Muslim army on the one hand, and the group of apostates from the religion of Islam on the other hand. After he builds guidance and mercy, the most honorable Messenger Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace). .

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