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SALAH HAPKIDO

Moo Moo Kwan Bahrain Headquarter

About Hapkido

Hapkido is a unique Korean Martial Art . While there is a lot of argument and speculation as to the origin of the art, the truth is unknown, there are no records to support any one theory.  History does show that the art , before it was called Hapkido, was used in the Royal palace for a thousand years.  
The art was developed and jealously guarded by the privileged few charged with the protection of the King and the Royal Family.
Since then the art has been renamed Hapkido and enjoys huge popularity throughout Korea and many countries in the Western World. The literal translation of Hapkido is "The art (or way) of coordinated power."
The aims of the Hapkido practitioner are threefold:
To obtain a healthy mind and body, (Spiritual and Physical strength) from positive thought and physical training.
To develop good manners in all our dealings and general daily life.
To develop the ability and willingness to contribute to the happiness and well being of: One's family, One's friends and neighbours, One's Country.
While learning Hapkido the student acquires numerous skills such as hand , foot and weapons techniques together with spiritual improvements such as positive thinking and self-control.
Hapkido is not limited to punching and kicking like many martial arts. It is a complete means of self defence and incorporates many techniques that allow self defence with minimum violence and complete control of the opponent.
These techniques include joint locks, pressure points, take downs and restraints as well as the punching and kicking.
From the point of view of the ordinary person Hapkido may appear to be only self defence , however the art consists of procedures for both attack and defence.
Hapkido is a suitable means of fitness and self defence for men and women of all ages, from the young child to a retiree. If the student of Hapkido chooses to use the attack skills he/she will quickly overwhelm their opponent.
It is not easy to put in words the richness and complexity of this ancient art


Master Salah

Started Martial art in late 70s and 1980s , he practised Karate and Aikido ( 1980-1986 ) in "Muharraque city" in a place called R.F ( Royal Force area ) at that time, when there were no many martial arts schools in Bahrain. Salah trained with Master Mahmood Fakhro during that period.

1980 - 1986 KARATE,AKIDO 
In early 1987, did some Takewondos. 

Also in early 1987 joined HAPKIDO INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION with Master Kang Kyo Sig in Sitra Village near Yacht club. then the name changed to Hapkido Hoijeonmoosool, then Hoijeonmoosool, and Salah spent almost 25 years with Hapkido- Hoijeonmoosool. and then Salah became part of KOREA HAPKIDO MOO MOO KWAN ASSOCIATION .

SALAH AL-KHARRAZ'S ACHEIVEMENTS:

1995: Participated in Finland Competition:
         Gold Medal ( Art of Special Kicks )
         Bronze Medal ( Art of Sparring )

2000 : Mechegan-USA :
          Silver Medal ( Art of Sparring )

2004 : Cancun-Mexico :
          Gold Medal ( Art of Sparring)
          Silver Medal ( Art of Sward )
          Bronze Medal ( Art of Self-Defince )
          Bronze Medal( Art of Special Kicks )

2013:     KOREA 1ST OPEN WORLD HAPKIDO CHAMPIONSHIP
               Participated in the 1st OPEN WORLD HAPKIDO CHAMPIONSHIP as a consultant and Management. Conducted some seminars in various Korean Hapkido gyms

2013 - Country Branch Manager of KOREA MOOO MOO KWAN ASSOCIATION


2014:     KOREA SEMINARS
              Korea visit was very fruitful and alots of training and meeting seniors Hapkido Masters including the Founder of Moo Moo Kwan Hapkido, and exchanged  alot of experience, and conducts alot of seminars and class trainings.

2014 -  Director of Haedong Kum do of Bahrain branch.

2014 - Titled Grand Master of Hapkido


2015      Korea 2nd Open World Hapkido championshiop
              Participated with Mohammed Salah Alkharraz in Korea Open            Championship in July 2015 and Mohammed Got the Gold Medal in Sparring and also Silver Medal in Self Defence. And We got the country winning Cup.

2015   7th DAN HAPKIDO MOO MOO KWAN ASSOCIATION.

2015 -  SECERTARY GENERAL OF MIDDLE EAST HAPKIDO MOO MOO KWAN   ASSOCIATION.

Instructors and black belts graduated under Master Salah :

  1. RASHID ALASOMI ( 5 DAN )
  2. MAHDI FARHADI ( 4 DAN)
  3. ASGAR ABBAS ( 4 DAN )
  4. AYAD ALALAWI ( 4 DAN )
  5. MOHAMED SALAH ( 3 DAN )
  6. HASAN ABBAS ( 3 DAN )
  7. HASAN RIYATDH ( 3 DAN )
  8. Zuhoor ( 1 DAN )
  9. ERIC DUNAND (1DAN)
  10. AHMED SUROORI ( 1 DAN
  11. ALI MUSTAFA SAHWAN ( 1 DAN)
  12. ADITYA PHARAT ( 1 DAN)
  13. MOHSEN FAISAL (1DAN)
  14. HUSSAIN BALJEEK (1DAN)
  15. BASEM TANTOUSH (1DAN)
  16. OMRAN NAIROZ ( 1 DAN)
  17. WALEED ALSARRAJ ( 1 DAN )
  18. YAQUB SALAH ( 1 DAN )
  19. ZUHAIR ALSAMAHIJI ( 1 DAN)
  20. MOHAMED ALHALWACHI ( 1 DAN)
  21. HUSAIN ALHALWACHI ( 1 DAN )
  22. ISA ALNOAIMI ( 1 DAN)
  23.  

Master Salah