Saudi Arabia & Abdul Aziz

Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. Abdul Aziz is a male Muslim given name and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Aziz. 5.0/5

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Praise ceremonial laying the foundation for the field of King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia in Luxor, in the presence of the governor and the Saudi ambassador and public figures. Directly from Luxor now
Middle East and Turkey, there is a new board replaces Yildiray is Oğuryildiray.og is @ tg.com.t Taif 16 years old, illiterate as dark-skinned son of a concubine was born . Mother and aunt had just before . Then the prince came to his father and grandmother queen . At the age of eight his father Sultan bin Abdülaziz'l in their 20s met . At the age of 11 while Saudi Arabia's founder King Abdulaziz favorite of 22 with his wife Hassan El Sudeyr her grandmother and mother to the palace Longfellow. Now he is not the son of a slave was Prince Bandar bin Sultan . Sultan bin Abdul Aziz , Hassan El Sudeyri 's ( that come out of the Wahhabi sect , her grandmother's name also was a member of the tribe of the movement ) Sudeyr called the Seven was the second of seven sons . Broad band in the Saud family throne in the name of fighting often the last Sudeyr Yedilisi and it was from a new generation had grown . First received military training . It was a good Fighter Pilot , then earned his masters degree at Johns Hopk ...
Wanker, Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh, Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia says women driving as evil. Is this the way to the dark ages?
JNN 26 Aug 2012 : A senior Saudi prince, Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, has revealed that his father was paid a monthly salary from Britain during the time of establishing Al Saud kingdom. In an interview with Al Jazeera news agency, responding to the reporter’s question on whether Abdul Aziz Al Saud was paid from the UK, he replied, “Yes, he received a salary from Britain, and in my opinion, this wage was like a loan, which wealthy countries offer the poor ones.” Being asked whether the fixed wage was like a bribe in order to dominate the King, the twentieth son of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz said, “Perhaps. Is it reasonable that in that time the UK gave a large amount in God’s way to someone who lived in the desert? Certainly, they gave the money with an aim.” The 81-year-old Price Talal, who has been living out of Saudi Arabia for a long time because of his criticisms against the Saudi regime, has led the Free Princes Movement along with his four brothers. The movement is s ...
Ambassador delivers President Isaias’ message to King Abdalla Bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia's Road to Implosion   Sandra Mackey September 12, 2013 As the budding blossoms of the Arab Spring of 2011 wither in the fall of 2013, Saudi Arabia’s fragile stability hangs from the shriveled stem of the House of Saud. The threat posed by a region in turmoil to the kingdom’s ruling elite, the strategic interests of the United States, and the health of the world economy is not so much the danger of an explosion of political unrest within the kingdom as an implosion of the country itself. Although vast expanses now encompassed within its borders were never occupied by a foreign conqueror, Saudi Arabia did not find unity and statehood until 1932, when Abdul Aziz Al Saud pulled together under his rule diverse regions containing tribes of the desert and families of the cities. But Abdul Aziz and his descendants over the last eight decades have never attempted to implant an overarching identity beyond the Wahhabi sect of Islam. Instead, Saudi Arabia is a family enterprise ruling over six dist ...
The SLEEZE Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia promises BILLIONS to the military in Egypt. Sunny, hot. Have a great day SMILE:-) -Andy
Arab states welcomed the overthrow of "Mercy" Arab states welcomed the change, which took place in Egypt after the announcement of Egyptian Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Mohamed Morsi exclusion from the presidency of the country, handing power to the President of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Adli Mansour Counsel. He sent the Saudi monarch King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz sent a cable of congratulations to Mansour, in which he said, "On behalf of the people of Saudi Arabia and myself, we congratulate you assume leadership of Egypt at this critical stage of its history." He added: "We are doing so to call on God to help you to take responsibility assigned to you to achieve the hopes of our brotherly Arab Republic of Egypt, at the same time looked at the hands of the armed forces all represented in the person of Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi who have been driven out of Egypt in this stage God knows tunnel dimensions and implications. " The UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed on his confiden ...
Saudi Arabia: Forced hijab for public, corruption for royal family TEHRAN, May 7 (MNA) – while women in Saudi Arabia have been deprived of their rights bestowed upon them by Islam, royal family female members violated Islamic codes of behavior. Saudi family has a claim on leadership of Muslim world, but they are highly corrupt, and not only male royal members, but also female members, violate their Wahhabist rules and codes of behavior, let alone orthodox Sunni faith. To show this, see the pictures below. The first picture belongs to a daughter of Saud bin Abdul Aziz, former monarch. Then 41, she was studying in University of Florida, when two years earlier, she had been fined $ 1000 for insulting and abusing her Philippine servant. The court’s verdict was 15 years of prison, but Saudi influence in its embassy in the US, diplomatic visa and immunity cut the verdict to only $ 1000 fine. The second picture is of Hend Shams El-Din El-Fassi, wife to Turki bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, brother to King Abdullah . ...
Information Of The Day King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia both suggested (in 1966) and largely funded the Faisal Mosque, which is named in his honor. Ever since its conception, the mosque has been regarded as the national mosque of Pakistan, and as such it symbolizes the hopes and aspirations of the new nation. The architect was Vedat Dalokay of Turkey, whose design was chosen in 1969 after an interNational Competition. Constructed was completed in 1986.
The appointment by Saudi King Abdullah of his half-brother Prince Muqrin bin Abdul Aziz to the key position of second deputy Prime Minister raises new questions about who will succeed the Saudi monarch and the next generation of Saudi rulers, writes Thomas Lippman.
ROYAL MONSTER COULD BE INSANE. A Saudi Arabian prince has been accused of kidnapping, raping a girl and dumping her body in the streets. Although police in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia have confirmed that a girl was indeed raped and murdered by a Saudi prince, the prince has not yet been charged, reports say. Identified as Prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, he was said to have met the girl at a shopping mall and she turned him down. Witnesses in Samer, a Jeddah suburb told news agents that after they saw the girl’s body which was wrapped up in a blanket being dropped out of a car on May 30, they decided to call the police. When police arrived, they realised the girl had died. [READ: Saudi prince who raped and murdered his male servant in the UK transferred HOME to serve life sentence ] [READ: Sore loser? Saudi prince sues Forbes for estimating his fortune at ONLY $20 billion ] Since the incident became news, some other witnesses have also come out to say that they saw the prince’s body guards . ...
June 9 Qabbani Says Attack on Saudi Mufti 'Offensive to All Muslims' Grand Mufti Sheikh Mohammed Rashid Qabbani rejected on Sunday statements attacking Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Shaikh, considering that this is an “offense to all Muslims.” "An attack on the Mufti of Saudi Arabia is an attack on all Muslim due to the noble religious status he represents in the Arab and Islamic world,” Qabbani said in a released statement, adding that al-Shaikh is a “renowned Islamic and international reference in religious matters.” He noted: “Fools are attacking our top clerics and people are silent despite insults against their scholars.” "It is not acceptable for any man to offend another because he disagrees with him. So how can we accept offense against the Saudi Mufti?” "It is a foolish thing to allow disagreements to lead to insults and the demolition of ethics," the Mufti stressed. Tawheed Movement leader Wiam Wahab called Abdul Aziz on Sunday morning a “handicap,” asking him as wel ...
New carpet for the King Faisal Masjid arrived as a gift from the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Saudi Arabia. We are thankful to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz for this valuable gift.
Riyadh plays extensions of 20 May Celebration Cameroon's National Day was celebrated on May 29 in Saudi Arabia more than a week after the original date due to the commitments of the ambassador, Iya Tijani vis-à-vis the Islamic Development Bank (IDB). Cameroon was honored by the presence of HRH Khalid bin Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, Governor of Riyadh, at the ceremony. Ambassador Ala'Eddin Alaskari, Under Secretary of the Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, several members of the diplomatic corps accredited to the Kingdom, many guests as well as all the Cameroonian community in Riyadh and its environs have also participated the reception hosted by the head of a diplomatic mission in the beautiful gardens of the residence. The evening was marked by the implementation of Cameroon and Saudi national anthems, the speech of welcome and thanks to the cut cake, visiting the exhibition booths of art Cameroonian Ambassador to Cameroon, opening up of the buffet dishes Cameroon, European, Arab an ...
General information about the installation of Haram al-Sharif in Makkah clock hour complex was created over the House in Makkah Towers height of 601 meters to be the biggest clock in the world has been run in the month of Ramadan experimentally in 1431, initially announced Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah Region at 13-3 -2008 that Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz ordered the establishment of Mecca at the top of the clock tower V of the draft King Abdul Aziz Endowment in Mecca at an altitude of about 601 meters, in order to see and hear from all sides, from a distance of up to 13 km. As time tops on all four sides, "the word God." That's where space clock 43 × 43 Mtralparwa project includes the number "4" hours for the bodies of the four tower of hours main one facing the Haram al-Sharif to the north side and the other on the opposite side to the south up about 80 meters including the word God and a width of about 65 meters and Qtarhama about 43 meters. As الساعتان Ganpetan in di ...
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Would be interested how far this goes in discussion in Face Book. The King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Saudi Arabia dedicated to serving Islamic civilization, supporting continuing research, and encouraging cultural and scientific activities in a number of fields. The Center summarizes its "mission as follows: 1. To raise awareness about the contribution of Islamic civilization to human heritage and to highlight the main distinguishing features of Islamic civilization; 2. To raise public awareness about the late King Faisal b. Abdul Aziz, of his great humanity and remarkable qualities of leadership, and to highlight his central contribution to, and continuous support for Islamic Solidarity; 3. To support research in areas related to Islamic civilization, to develop it along scientific lines, and to encourage researchers and students at all academic levels; 4. To help train a new generation of scholars specialized in the fields of Islamic Studies, Arabic Language, and the social s ...
"I think public executions are part of our religion. It is accepted by the majority of the people. It is not done in secret: it's done in.public and it's announced on TV and on the radio. We have no apologies," Prince Saud bin Abdul Mohsen bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, a Royal Prince of Saudi Arabia.
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, addressing royal members on new appointments, told them to be fair to the Saudi people even if this will be against their own sons.The 89-year-old Monarch said he considered the Saudi people as “the most important thing” and
The $11.3 billion (Dh41.5 billion) expansion of King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Saudi Arabia is well...
Fahd bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, (16 March 1921 – 1 August 2005) King of the Saudi Arabia from 1982-2005.
the governor of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. He has held this post since 1962. One of the seven sons of country founder Abdul Aziz bin Saud's favorite wife, Hassa Bint Ahmad Sudeiri, he is the second youngest of the "Sudeiri Seven," the most influential group in Saudi Arabia. Prince Salman is known as one of King Fahd's most trusted advisers and reported peacemaker in royal family feuds. Since the king's stroke in November of 1995, the prince rarely leaves his brother's side King Fahd in Jeddah. According to diplomatic reports, Salman, along with his brother Sultan and his half- brother Abdullah, are the de facto rulers of Saudi Arabia. HEIR TO THE THRONE Prince Salman is more than a governor. He is one of the most powerful members of the ruling clan. An important Saudi academic phrased his influence in these terms: "if you fall out with him you're finished." (Financial Times, April 22, 1985). His unofficial roles include: head of intelligence (Turki al-Faisal, the late King Faisal's son is the no ...
SAUDI Arabia was established with the help of a British Jesuit spy!! The original founder of the Saudi dynasty was a Bedouin Emir named Muhammad ibn Saud (circa 1748- 1765). In 1744, Muhammad ibn Saud's son, Abdul Aziz, married the daughter of Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (1703-1792): Here in Dariya, Al-Wahhab won the support of the local chief, Muhammad ibn Saud, leader of a sub-branch of the powerful Aneiza tribe and already admired for his abilities as a warrior. Muhammad ibn Saud became not only a convert to Wahhabism but, by marrying his eldest son Abd Al-Aziz ibn Saud to Al-Wahhab's daughter, became the founding father of the Saudi-Wahhabi dynasty—the future rulers of Saudi Arabia. (Allen, God's Terrorists, The Wahhabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad, p. 52). This marriage alliance of Emir Abdul Aziz ibn Saud with Imam Abdul Wahhab created an alliance between political and religious Wahhabi Islam . . . and remains the basis of the Saudi dynasty to this very day. Abdul Aziz ibn Saud (18 ...
real truth about EID MEELAD UN NABI SAWW. THE PERMISSIBILITY OF CELEBRATING THE MEELAD-UN NABI (saw) IN REFUTATION OF THE FATWA OF Sheikh Abdul Aziz BIN BAAZ OF SAUDI ARABIA The Sunni Muslim community should be fully aware and forewarned of the new fitna presently perpetrated by the Jamiatul Ulama (KwaZulu Natal) and the Jamiatul Ulama (Transvaal) on the Internet regarding the issue of an old Fatwa against Eid-e-Meelad-un Nabi (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) by "Sheikh" Abdul Aziz bin Baaz of Saudi Arabia. The Fatawa of such like must be met with the fiercest of opposition and open condemnation from all circles. This Fatwa was obviously instituted on the Internet, which is accessed by thousands of computer users, by these "theological" bodies as a flagrant attack on the Imaan and Aqeeda of Sunni Muslims or the righteous followers of the Ahle Sunnah Wa Jamaah, of whose beliefs and teachings the majority of Muslims the world over ascribe to. Muslims must also take cognizance of the fact that Bin Baaz of the ...
From Al-Rasheed Madawi's ' A History of Saudi Arabia' The 'Saudi' Arabian Peninsula is passing through a sensitive phase which will have a big effect in shaping the future of Islam in the Muslim Gulf. Perhaps the most evident of the features of this phase is the Islamic resurgence which revealed the fraud of the Saudi system, and confirmed the illegitimacy of the Saudi rule over the Muslims, and which has taken practical steps to effect change. A little over 64 years ago Abdul Aziz AAl Saud took advantage - in consort with the English - of the call of Sheikh Mohammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab to form his Saudi Kingdom in the Arabian Peninsula. After the entry of the Salafi movement into Makkah and its influence over it in 1925, Abdul Aziz began to realise the danger of this movement on his rule, particularly as they demanded continuation of Jihad in Jordan, Iraq, and Kuwait and reject the loyalty of Abdul Aziz to the British. Abdul Aziz then betrayed the Salafi movement and killed thousands of its best adherents. ...
Forbes released their annual ‘World’s Most Powerful People’ list for 2012 on Wednesday placing Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz as the seventh most powerful figure on the chart, and the only Arab figure to make it to the top ten list. The 2012 list covers the different powerful head of states, financers, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs who are popularly known all over the world. “There are nearly 7.1 billion people on the planet. These are the 71 that matter the most,” the Forbes report stated. Recently elected U.S. President Barack Obama topped the first ten in the list for the second time, followed by German chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, world’s second richest man, Bill Gates, Pope Benedict VVI, U.S Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, Chinese General Secretary Xi Jinping, and UK Prime Minister David Cameron. The 88-year-old monarch, who is currently recove ...
SAUDI PRIVATE SECTOR to get 2-day weekly holiday ... Discussion to be completed within 10Days ? Saudi Arabia is planning to allow its private sector to have a two-day weekly holiday on par with its public sector in a bid to upgrade output and lure nationals into private jobs, a newspaper in the Gulf Kingdom reported on Tuesday King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz endorsed a request by Shura council (appointed parliament) to cut the daily weekly work hours to 40 from 48, Aleqtisadiah Arabic Language daily said, quoting Ibrahim Al Suleiman, a Shura member. "The council has received a Royal approval to reduce weekly work hours from 48 to 40.theoretically, this means that the private sector will work five days a week as is the case with the public sector," he said. "An agreement has already been reached between the ministry of labour and local businessmen to cut work hours in the private sector...in Shura, we are still studying this proposal and our discussions will be completed within 10 days." Officials say this wi ...
Fingerprints must for a Saudi visa Saudi Arabia yesterday announced its plan to take fingerprints and other biometrics of foreigners visiting the country on entry, Haj and Umrah visas, through specialized agents in their respective countries. The measure will not be applied on people holding diplomatic and special passports, said Culture and Information Minister Abdul Aziz Khoja while explaining the Cabinet decisions. The Cabinet approved amendment of Article 4 of the Cabinet's decision No. 202 on 22/6/1430H as follows: “Fourth: 1- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the competent offices accredited by the Kingdom's missions abroad, is to take the necessary measures to obtain biometrics (fingerprint, picture or others) for visa applicants to enter the Kingdom including Haj and Umrah pilgrims.” The ministries of Foreign Affairs and Interior will coordinate to implement the decision, the Cabinet said. “The measure does not apply on holders of diplomatic and special passports according to the meas ...
New York Daily News The Indian Forum for Interest-Free Banking (IFIB) has called upon Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take quick measures for opening interest-free banking windows at Indian banks in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. Officials of the Jeddah-based forum told reporters that IFIB would present a memorandum to the Prime Minister in this respect during the Emerging Kerala Investment Forum that opens in Kochi on Wednesday. They said a substantial number of Indian workers in Saudi Arabia and other countries wish to invest their hard-earned money on a profit-sharing basis rather than an interest basis. "We would therefore request Your Excellency to facilitate the introduction of profit-based financial intermediaries in India and in foreign branches of Indian banks," read the memorandum, which will be presented to the premier by V K Abdul Aziz, Secretary General of the forum, in the presence of other community leaders.
(Siasat News)Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and Dupty Prime Minister, Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz told that India has always been the friendly country for Saudi Arabia. He told that the Indians have contributed a lot in the development of Saudi Arabia.
Contracts worth over SR1 billion signed in Saudi Arabia: Mansour Bin Mit'eb Bin Abdul Aziz, Minister of Municipa...
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Saudi Arabia sacks spymaster: Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz has sacked the head of the kingdom’s ...
Saudi Arabia was preparing Sunday to bury Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz amid worldwide condolences, as Defense Minister Prince Salman appeared poised to become the new heir apparent.
Saudi Arabia is preparing to bury Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud.
RIYADH, June 16: Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, the 79-year-old Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, died in Geneva on Saturday.
Body of Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, kingdom's long-serving interior minister, repatriated ahead of funeral in Mecca.
RIYADH (June 16, 2012): Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, a half brother of King Abdullah, died on Saturday, the Royal Court said, leaving the oil powerhouse with no apparent successor to the throne.
Jeddah, 27Rajab/17June (IINA) – The funeral prayers for the Saudi Crown Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz will be held at the Haram Mosque in Makkah following the Maghreb prayer today.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz is staying in his residence in Geneva, Switzerland.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz returned to the world's top oil exporter on Wednesday after spending three months abroad for medical treatment, s...
Move to keep Pakistan off Iran pipeline S. Arabia offers help to tide over energy crisis ISLAMABAD, April 10: Saudi Arabia looks askance at Pakistan`s commitment to pursue energy cooperation with Iran and is nudging the government to reconsider its decision. This was the essence of a message from the Saudi King conveyed by Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz in his meetings with Pakistani leaders on Tuesday, Arab diplomatic sources based in Islamabad said. Riyadh is said to have offered an `alternative package` to meet Islamabad`s growing energy needs in an effort to persuade it to abandon the Iran gas pipeline and electricity/oil import deals. The deputy Foreign Minister`s visit closely follows a trip by Saudi Culture and Information Minister Dr Abdul Aziz bin Mohiuddin Al-Khoja last week, which coincided with Chief of Army Staff Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani`s visit to Saudi Arabia.The exchanges took place against the backdrop of an intensifying cold war between Tehran ...
CNN: Nayef bin Abdul Aziz -- currently Saudi Arabia's interior minister -- has been named the new Crown Prince o...
Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz obituary: Heir to the throne of Saudi Arabia, he served as de...
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince has died
Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and heir the throne, has died.
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