Abdullah o Saudi Arabie

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Abdullah bin Abdulaziz
Keeng o Saudi Arabie
Custodian o the Twa Holy Mosques
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Keeng o Saudi Arabie
Reign 1 August 2005 – 23 Januar 2015
Bay'ah 2 August 2005
Predecessor Fahd
Successor Salman
Regency 2 Januar 1996 – 1 August 2005
Spouse Alanoud Al Fayez (1972–2003)
Jawahir bint Ali Hussein
Aida Fustuq (Divorced)
Munira Al Otaishan
Munira bint Abdullah Al Al Shaykh
Tathi bint Mishan al Faisal al Jarba
(7 or more other wives)
Issue
Prince Khaled
Prince Mutaib
Prince Mishaal
Prince Abdulaziz
Prince Turki
Prince Badr
Princess Nora
Princess Aliya
Princess Adila
Princess Maryam
Princess Sahab
Princess Sahar
Princess Maha
Princess Hala
Princess Jawahir
Princess Anoud
Prince Saud
Prince Bandar
Hoose Hoose o Saud
Father Abdulaziz o Saudi Arabie
Mother Fahda Al Shuraim
Born 1 August 1924(1924-08-01)
Riyadh, Nejd
(nou Saudi Arabie)
Died 23 Januar 2015(2015-01-23) (agit 90)
Riyadh, Saudi Arabie
Burial 23 Januar 2015
Al Oud cemetery, Riyadh
Religion Sunni Islam

Keeng Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Bin Abdulrahman Bin Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdullah Bin Muhammad Bin Saud, Custodian o the Twa Holy Mosques, (Arabic: خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك عبد الله بن عبد العزيز آلسعود‎, born 1 August 1924-dee'd 23 Januar 2015)[1] wis the saxt Keeng o Saudi Arabie, an heid o the Hoose o Saud frae 2005 till his daith. He succeedit tae the throne an assumed the title o Keeng upon the daith o his hauf-brither, Keeng Fahd, on August 1, 2005.[2] As Crown Prince since 1982, he haed previously actit as de facto regent and thus ruler o Saudi Arabie since Januar 1, 1996, when keeng Fahd wis incapacitatit bi a major stroke.[3] He wis formally enthroned on August 3, 2005. Ane o his sons, Prince Mutaib, serves as a deputy commander in the Saudi Naitional Guard.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. London Summit 2009.
  2. King Fahd of Saudi Arabia dies, BBC News, August 1, 2005. Accessed March 29, 2008.
  3. "King Fahd ibn Abdel-Aziz Al Saud: The Times obituary", Times Online, August 1, 2005. Accessed March 29, 2008.