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Professor Abdullah Alabdulgader, MD, DCH(I), DCH(Edinb), MRCP(UK), ABP, FRCP(UK) was born in Al -Khobar and raised in Al- Hasa, in the eastern part of Saudi Arabia. Al-Hasa is in the middle of ancient wisdom with cultural and religious sobriety, while being embraced in marvellous harmony with the gigantic oil industry. His genetic lineage extends to the Al-Ansar tribe where, over 40 generations ago, Abu Ayub Alansari was one of the elite partners of prophet Muhammad Professor Alabdulgader graduated from the college of medicine and medical sciences, King Faisal University, in 1991. Immediately, after graduation, he was involved in extensive medical training, cascaded at different levels of specialties, until 1997 where he was certified with five medical degrees. This qualified him to double major specialty in paediatrics and adolescent medicine and subspecialty in paediatric....More

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  • The number of the world's oceans is five and they are: the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean and the Antarctic Ocean.

  • Al-mujadila is the only sura “section of the Koran” in which the Majesty name (Allah) was stated in all its verses.

  • Popular culture is characterized by the rapid deployment between different social groups, for the ease of its assimilation, absorption, structural building and expressive ability that enables it to reflect the different patterns of human behavior, then for the continuity of its presence and its transition from one generation to another.

  • The Mughal Empire (1206 - 1405) was the second largest empire in history of the world after the British Empire.

  • The number of successors of the Abbasid state reached 37 Khalifa.

  • The muscle power of a women at the age of 25 is equivalent to the muscle power of a man at the age of 65

  • The elephant cries when sad, and it dies if an ant enters its ear.

  • The oldest inhabited capital in history is Damascus in Syria.