The battle of Dhi Qar is an pre-Islamic battle which proceeded in 611 (some indicate 604) between the Arabs and Persians (Sassanides) with Dhi Qar (in current Iraq). According to the Arab historian Abu Obayda (death in 824), Khusraw Parviz was annoyed with King Numan III which refused to give him his/her daughter in marriage, and it thus carried out it.

Later, Khusraw sent troops to recover the armours of family of Numan, but Hany bin Masud (the friend of Numan) refused, and the forces Persians were defeats with the battle of Dhi Qar, close to Al-Hira, the capital of the dynasty of Lakhmid.

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