01.07.2006  · Alhazred has 352 ratings and 33 reviews. Dan said: When Abdul Alhazred gets his lover, the daughter of the king, pregnant, he's forced to eat the roasted...

Abdul Alhazred is a fictional character created by American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. He is the so-called "Mad Arab" credited with authoring the fictional book ...

H. P. Lovecraft's compelling character, Abdul Alhazred , is brought to life in this epic tale detailing the mad sorcerer's tragic history and magical adventures.

01.07.2006  · Alhazred has 352 ratings and 33 reviews. Dan said: When Abdul Alhazred gets his lover, the daughter of the king, pregnant, he's forced to eat the roasted...

Abdul Alhazred is a fictional character created by American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. He is the so-called "Mad Arab" credited with authoring the fictional book ...

H. P. Lovecraft's compelling character, Abdul Alhazred , is brought to life in this epic tale detailing the mad sorcerer's tragic history and magical adventures.

Abdul Alhazred is not an Arabic name. The more proper Arabic form might be Abd al-Hazred or simply Abdul Hazred, although these are still anomalous, as Hazred is not one of the 99 Names of God. In Arabic texts, his name has appeared as Abdullah al-Ḥaẓrad (عبدالله الحظرد).

The term "Mad Arab" in reference to Alhazred is always capitalised and used in the manner of an official title such as another person would be called "Prince" or "Sir" and the term can actually be used in lieu of Alhazred's name as a synonym.

In 730, while still living in Damascus, Alhazred supposedly authored in Arabic a book of ultimate evil, al Azif, which would later become known as the Necronomicon .

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