Points of interest
Possible sapient species (formerly)
Haji is a barren moon  in/within range of the  Koprulu Sector.
A windy world, Haji has many wind turbines, and tornadoes are frequent occurrences.
During/after the  Guild Wars, its star system was known for lawlessness.
 Terran archaeologists discovered ruins on Haji. The moon was terraformed for human habitation.
Terran Confederacy, Haji was known for its slums and "mean streets." 
In the months/years after the
Guild Wars, conflict came to its settlement of Geladi, as the Confederate Armed Forces hunted down outlaws Jim Raynor and Tychus Findlay. Confederate garrison commander General Sol Kervock set fire to part of the town of Geladi in an effort to capture them. General Kervock failed. Meanwhile, Raynor and Findlay rescued civilians, who began supporting them over the Confederacy.  General Kervock was killed while attempting to ambush the bandit duo. His successor, Acting General  Ternas Shan, put the moon under martial law.
2499, a few days after the protoss attack on Chau Sara, UNN reported that a Sons of Korhal team released poison gas in a public plaza on the planet.
"Haji" is a word of Islamic origin, referring to an individual who has made a pilgrimage to Mecca.
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