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I scatter, I burn my enemies' tents. SD 111-114 Checked: Auda abu Tayi of the Howeitat center drew together the Arab force that he led to capture Akaba. Zaal ibn Motlog is Auda's nephew.
Lawrence, mounted on his camel at Akaba. Lawrence of Arabia wrote about Auda abu Tayi: Auda ibn Zaal is the fourth great man of Abu Tayi.Lawrence da Arábia
As was customary in the desert Auda was known for his sweeping hospitality and generosity that "kept him always poor, despite the profits of a hundred raids". In battle Auda became a wild beast assuaged only after he had killed. For the Arabs.
Then I will execute the Law. Take notice to quit Arab territory before the end of Ramadan.
The Arabs were fighting for their freedom from the Turks. The great warrior was by Lawrence's side when they entered Damascus. I am Auda abu Tayi! Lawrence Studies website is edited and maintained by Jeremy Wilson.
Feisal and Lawrence agreed on a desert attack plan. In his youth he was notoriously wild, but reformed himself the night he was condemned to be hanged by Nevris Bey, Sami Pasha's Staff Officer, and has repaid many of the injuries he once wrought.
Does Auda take me for one of his own bastards? With the help of the British gold, Auda abu Tayi drew fighters from tribes along the way. Auda ibn Zaal is the fourth great man of Abu Tayi.
I knew your father well.