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Saudi Arabia:Desert Nomads to Royal Realms

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Today's Saudi Arabia Was Once a Barren Territory Inhabited by Bedouin Tribes

After the Ice Age, Human Settlement Began in Saudi Arabia's Deserts About 15-20 Thousand Years Ago

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This Region Was a Nomadic Expanse, Hosting Diverse Bedouin Tribes, Each Enjoying Autonomy and Coexistence

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The Arabs Called Themselves Al-Arab or the Island of the Arabs

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Pre-Islam, Bedouins Were Divided into Clans with Unique Governance and Traditions

After the Spread of Islam, Mecca Came Under Muslim Control in the Year 630

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In 1744, Muhammad bin Saud Established the First State in Saudi Arabia

After That, Saudi Arabia Began to Look Different

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