he states that it became a maḥalla. This word means a special place for alighting and descending, and so one may conclude that al- Kunāsa was a kind of a way station where travellers used to stop and spend some time resting.
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- (no access) - Hussein, Ali: The Formative Age of the Naqaid Poetry, p504
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