Hadid (disambiguation)

Hadid (disambiguation)

Hadid or Al-Hadid may refer to:

*Hadid, a moshav in central Israel
*Al-Hadid, the 57th sura of the Qur'an
*Bab al-Hadid, a shrine located in Syria

It is also an Arab surname. Notable people by that name include:
*Ahmed Hadid, an Omani football player
*Ibn Abi al-Hadid, a 13th century Islamic scholar
*Mohammed Hadid, an Iraqi-British politician and father of Zaha Hadid
*Tala Hadid, an American film director
*Zaha Hadid, an Iraqi-British architect

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