|Battle of Wadi Musa|
|Part of Arab Revolt of the Middle Eastern theatre of World War I|
|Kingdom of Hejaz||Ottoman Empire|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Mawlud Mukhlis||Djemal Pasha|
Large Infantry formation|
|Casualties and losses|
The battle began when General Djemal Pasha ordered his forces to secure the Hejaz Railway by "any and all means". The Ottoman Army at Ma'an was sent to deal with the North Arab Army. The Ottomans were ambushed by 700 Arab troops, inflicting heavy casualties and capturing 300 men. The remaining Ottoman forces retreated, leaving the railway uncaptured.
- Al-Shyyab 2020, p. 5942.
- Al-Shyyab, Ibrahim Ahmad (2020). Mohammad Ali Ajlouni: A Figure of the Great Arab Revolt (1893–1971). Palarch’s Journal Of Archaeology Of Egypt.