A large unusually balanced rock in the Hala-'l Badr Volcanic Region, Saudi Arabia. Hala-'l Badr is a dormant volcano on the northeast corner of the Thadra table mountain in the al Jaww basin and there are many geological features in this area. No information is available about this rock but it is amazing to see such a large volume (and mass) supported on a narrow pedestal. Any information about this rock will be appreciated.
Interestingly many scholars and authors have advocated equating Mt. Sinai with Hala-'l Badr. (Source: Wikipedia)