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 Abdul Aziz
In 1958 Abdul Aziz was awarded 3 Medals of Honour including the Guerrilla Star, War of Independence I medal and the War of Independence II medal, for services to the nation during the fight for Independence from the Dutch between 1945 and 1949.
Abdul Aziz was in complete support of his wife when she decided that women artists needed a gallery of their own, which led to the foundation of Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women, in his previous studio in central Ubud.
Abdul Aziz, originally from East Java but a resident of Bali for the last part of his life, was widely known and highly sought for his realistic paintings of village scenes and scenes from the Ramayana or other popular mythology, painted in high-contrast day-light.
eamusic.dartmouth.edu /~gamelan/javafred/gg_abdul_aziz.htm   (1023 words)

  
 Ain-Al-Yaqeen - November 19, 2004 - Article 5
Prince Abdul Rahman was accompanied by Prince Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz, Prince Mohammed Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz, Prince Fahd Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz.
Prince Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz was accompanied by Prince Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz; Prince Mohammed Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz; Prince Faisal Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz; and Prince Saud Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz.
Prince Abdul Rahman was accompanied by Prince Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz, Prince Mohammed Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz, Prince Faisal Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz; and Prince Saud Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz.
www.ain-al-yaqeen.com /issues/20041119/feat5en.htm   (2160 words)

  
 King Abdul Aziz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
On 22 September 1933, the lands under the control of Abdul Aziz were renamed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and in 1936 a treaty was signed with Yemen marking the southern borders of the Kingdom.
Although King Abdul Aziz was one in a long line of Saudi rulers who preceded him, he stands out as a respected father figure for the people of Saudi Arabia, and those of the Arab and Muslim worlds.
What set Abdul Aziz apart from other leaders was not only his ability to unite the Kingdom, but the manner in which he did so and the example he set for his successors and his people.
www.kfshrc.edu.sa /ksa100/html/king_abdul_aziz.html   (1565 words)

  
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When King Abdul Aziz and Sixty men headed for Riuadh in June 1901, his sole motive was to restore the purity and primacy of Islam rather than any worldly gain.
Abdul Aziz was born about 1880 and spent the early years of his life with his father in exile in Kuwait.
The main preoccupations of Abdul Aziz were the consolidation of his power and the restoration of law and order to all parts of his recently created kingdom.
www.arab.net /saudi/sa_abdulaziz.htm   (349 words)

  
 Ain-Al-Yaqeen - November 26, 2004 - Article 4
Prince Abdul Rahman was received by Prince Mohammed Ibn Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz, the Governor of the Eastern Region; Prince Mashari Ibn Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz, Undersecretary of the National Guard for the Eastern Sector; and senior civil and military officials.
The event was attended by Prince Mohammed Ibn Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz, the Governor of the Eastern Region; Prince Mashari Ibn Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz, Undersecretary of the National Guard for the Eastern Sector; Prince Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz and Prince Mohammed Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz.
Prince Abdul Rahman was accompanied by Prince Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz and Prince Mohammed Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz.
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 Al Akhbar Us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
If Abdul Aziz's bold undertaking had failed....Hail, Riyadh, and a large segment of the central part of the peninsula would have remained under the unpopular rule of Al-Rasid, the land would have remained fragmented, controlled by warring tribes and local rulers.
In 1744, Abdul Aziz's ancestor Emir Muhammad Ibn Saud, the ruler of Dariyah and the central Najd region, joined forces with Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab, a Muslim scholar and reformer, to restore the pure teachings of Islam to the Muslim community.
Using Riyadh as a base, Abdul Aziz would work tirelessly for the next 30 years, acting as both statesman and warrior and using his extensive skills to persuade, mediate and encourage the fractious tribes to set aside their differences and unite.
www.alakhbarusa.com /aloumaal3arabia/saudi_history.html   (786 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abdul Aziz is a common Muslim male name.
Saudi ruler Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad bin Saud
Saudi ruler Saud bin Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad al Saud
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 Abdul Aziz Said
Abdul Aziz Said and Nathan C. Funk, “Islam and Peace: An Ecology of the Spirit,” in Islam and Ecology: A Bestowed Trust, ed.
Abdul Aziz Said, Nathan C. Funk, and Lynne Kunkle, “Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution,” in The Future of Peace in the Twenty-First Century, ed.
Abdul Aziz Said and Nathan C. Funk with Lynne Kunkle, “The Role of Faith in Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution,” Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol.
www.american.edu /aasaid/WagingPeace.html   (934 words)

  
 KING ABDUL AZIZ IBN ABDUL RAHMAN Al-Saud - By Salman Age 13
King Abdul Aziz was born in Riyadh in 1876.
It was under the rule of King Abdul Aziz that the rules of Sharia – as revealed in the Qu’ran and Sunna – began to be established.
King Abdul Aziz was the first Islamic ruler to call for unity with in the Islamic World.
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 Encyclopedia: Abdul Aziz Al-Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal Al Saud (1880 - November 9, 1953), also known by several abbreviated forms of this name, or simply as Ibn Saud was first monarch of Saudi Arabia.
In 1901, at the age of 21, Ibn Saud succeeded his father, Abdul Rahman bin Faisal, to become the leader of the Saud dynasty with the title Sultan of Nejd.
All of these carry the surname "bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud" for men and "bint Abdul Aziz Al Saud" for women.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Abdul-Aziz-Al_Saud   (976 words)

  
 Fahd of Saudi Arabia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
King Fahd is the oldest of the "Sudairi Seven", the seven sons of King Abdul Aziz "ibn Saud" by Hassa bint Ahmad Sudairi who have been close to one another all their lives.
Among his full brothers, Prince (additional info and facts about Sultan bin Abdul Aziz) Sultan bin Abdul Aziz (born 1927) has been Minister of Defense since 1962 and Second Deputy Prime Minister since 1982, and is considered likely to be the next Crown Prince.
Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, who succeeded King Fahd as Interior Minister in 1975, and Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz, the Governor of Riyadh, are also considered potential future Kings among the Seven.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/f/fa/fahd_of_saudi_arabia.htm   (661 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz bin Fahd
It is safe to say that Abdul Aziz has brought upon the economic demise of Saudi Arabia because of a whim and a father who has no common sense and no sense of the national interests of Saudi Arabia.
Although Abdul Aziz was not named, an August 1988 letter outlining the proposal refers to the investor as "a member of the Saudi Arabia royal family." By that time it was common knowledge that the Ibrahims worked for their nephew, Prince Abdul Aziz.
Armed with enough cash to buy several countries, Abdul Aziz, the young empty head prince, will be a thorn in the sides of his cousins and uncles once his father dies.
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 Ain-Al-Yaqeen - January 9, 2004 - Article 3
Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz, Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard, reiterated the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's resolve to go ahead with political reforms but urged reformists to be patient.
On his part, Abdul Maqsoud Ibn Mohammad Khojah stressed the umbrella of faith covers all, noting that it is not possible to discuss matters relating to unity of faith, nation and loyalty.
The inaugural session of the five-day conference organized by King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue was presided over and addressed by the General President of the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque and the Chairman of the 2nd Forum Sheikh Salih Ibn Abdul Rahman Al-Hussein.
www.ain-al-yaqeen.com /issues/20040109/feat3en.htm   (3641 words)

  
 Saudi Arabia Fall 2000 Magazine: Legacy of King Abdul Aziz
The Lebanese-American scholar Amin Rihani, who spent several months traveling with King Abdul Aziz in the 1920s, saw firsthand the ruler's justice in action and said the transformation he brought to areas that came under his control bordered on "a miracle." One night as they were camped in the desert, Mr.
Although King Abdul Aziz always had advisors he conferred with on important decisions, the formation of the council, which reflected the Kingdom's adherence to the concept of consultation, allowed the appointment of experienced individuals to take responsibility for development in various fields.
At the time of King Abdul Aziz's passing, Saudi Arabia was already producing oil and had taken the first tentative steps on the path of economic and social development.
www.saudiembassy.net /Publications/MagFall99/KingAA.htm   (2343 words)

  
 King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud
At the same time, Abd al Aziz had to anticipate the manner in which events in Arabia would be viewed abroad and allow foreign powers, particularly the British, to have their way.
Abd al Aziz established the Saudi state in three stages, namely, by retaking Najd in 1905, defeating the Shammar clan at Hail in 1921, and conquering the Hijaz in 1924.
Twenty-one-year-old Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud left Kuwait in 1901, determined to recapture all of the territory once held by his forefathers and to extend his protection over the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/gulf/abdulaziz.htm   (3099 words)

  
 The Saudi Arabian Information Resource - King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (Ibn Saud)
King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (Ibn Saud)
King Abdul Aziz, founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (known as Ibn Saud) was a tall, imposing figure, a natural leader of men.
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 Ain-Al-Yaqeen - July 30, 2004 - Article 6
Prince Sultan Ibn Abdul Aziz Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General was born in Riyadh in 1928, and received his early education in religion, modern culture and diplomacy along with his brothers at the royal court.
The Sultan Ibn Abdul Aziz Al- Saud Foundation crowns the many generous charities supported by Prince Sultan Ibn Abdul Aziz, whose benevolence is acknowledged within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and around the world.
Prince Sultan Ibn Abdul Aziz therefore truly deserves the title: "Man of the Arab Environment", which has been awarded to him on several occasions, most recently in 1997, just as he deserves to have been singled out from among ten leading figures in the world for his global contribution in the field of nature conservation.
www.ain-al-yaqeen.com /issues/20040730/feat6en.htm   (5178 words)

  
 Iraq's Next Ruler: Abdul al-Aziz al-Hakim : SF Bay Area Indymedia
He alleged that Sistani is throwing his support to the slate of the United Iraqi Alliance, which is led by Abdul Aziz al-Hakim (the party head of the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq).
Abdul Aziz Al-Hakim is the son of late Grand Marjay of Shiia World Grand Ayatullah Sayyed Mohasin Al-Hakim.
Outside the office of Abdul al-Aziz al-Hakim, formerly the home of Tariq Aziz, one of the best-known faces of Saddam Hussein's regime, the pneumatic drills were clattering away, preparing fortifications to protect the man widely tipped to win the Jan 30 elections.
www.indybay.org /news/2005/01/1715220.php   (3680 words)

  
 The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center | Purebred Arabian Horses of Saudi Arabia
King Abdul Aziz Al Saud, the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, greatly prized his Arabian horses, and would surely be proud that their valuable heritage is being preserved at the King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center, named in his honor.
Rows of date palms and fields of berseem grace the 750-acre facility which is located in Dirab, an agricultural valley thirty-five kilometers outside the capital of Riyadh.
The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center maintains several families of pure Saudi desertbred Arabians and also features an outstanding group of Arabians representing the finest bloodlines in the world, including Polish, Russian, Egyptian, Spanish, and American.
www.saudiarabianhorses.com /kingabdulaziz   (248 words)

  
 King Abdul Aziz Al Saud
King Abdul Aziz Al Saud went on to unify the scattered parts and splintered tribes of the Arabian peninsula.
During these early stages of rule, King Abdul Aziz also established several ministries as an advance administrative organization, departing from the traditional administrative system of the First and Second Saudi States.
King Abdul Aziz Al Saud passed away in the city of Taif, in the Western Region, in 1953 (1372 H).
www.the-saudi.net /al-saud/abdulaziz.htm   (553 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz Unifies the Arabian Peninsula
Abdul Aziz ibn Saud Unifies the Arabian Peninsula
Abdul Aziz was the first King of Saudi Arabia and ruled until his death in 1953.
Control of the vast oil reserves that lay beneath the Kingdom was not Abdul Aziz's motive behind his desire to unite the country.
www.toursaudiarabia.com /abdul.html   (403 words)

  
 King Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud 1906-1975 (1324-1395 H)
Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Faisal Al Saud was born in April 1906 (1324 H).
King Abdul Aziz involved his son, Faisal, in politics at an early age, sending him on visits to Britain and France at the end of World War I (1914-1918) (1331 - 1335 H).
Still in the midst of his work, King Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz was martyred on Tuesday the 25th of March, 1975 (13/3/1395 H), and was succeeded by Crown Prince Khaled Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud.
www.the-saudi.net /al-saud/faisal.htm   (527 words)

  
 thetruereligion.org - Converts-Abdul Aziz (Formerly Jermaine Boddy)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
He was born Jermaine Boddy and was raised in Charleston, West Virginia, United States, as a Baptist Christian as were his parents and their parents and so on and so forth.
Brother ‘Abdul Aziz is a young man of 28 years of age from West Virginia and has learned his Salat, Kalima, Du’a Qunut, couple of other Du’as, and many Surahs along with all of the Arabic alphabet.
Brother ‘Abdul Aziz took his Shahadah just seven months back but has learned a lot and also is serving the Sunni Muslim Community as an Amir of Da’awah and Assistant Security.
thetruereligion.org /modules/xfsection/article.php?articleid=201   (525 words)

  
 Highlights of Saudi Foreign Relations
September 23, 1932: The modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is unified under the leadership of King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud.
November 9, 1953: King Abdul Aziz dies at the age of 73 and is succeeded by his son, Prince Saud Bin Abdul Aziz, as King.
October 23, 1995: Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz addresses the UN General Assembly on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
www.saudiembassy.net /Publications/MagFall96/forrel.htm   (635 words)

  
 "Aziz, Abdul" Correspondence: Thomas Merton Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Living in Karachi, Pakistan, Abdul Aziz can be attributed with sparking Merton's first interest in Sufism, an interest later shared with his novices at Gethsemani.
Aziz was introduced to Merton's work through Louis Massignon, a mutual friend.
Arrangement is chronological, except correspondence between Aziz and Nicholas Heer to be found at the end of the sequence.
www.merton.org /Research/Correspondence/zbc58.html   (2942 words)

  
 AM - Abdul Aziz Rantisi speaks as new leader of Hamas
Abdul Aziz Rantisi was speaking to AM in his stronghold of the Gaza Strip.
Abdul Aziz Rantisi is also seen as even more hardline than Sheikh Yassin.
ABDUL AZIZ RANTISI: We are all waiting for the last day of our life, nothing will be changed.
www.abc.net.au /am/content/2004/s1073257.htm   (500 words)

  
 Deaf Opinions 5
Now, our guest with us today is an individual by the name of Abdul Aziz Al-Obaid, and this is his name sign "Aziz".
Aziz and his two twin brothers are deaf.
Aziz hopes to bring SignWriting to his homeland.
www.signwriting.org /deaf/deaf005.html   (263 words)

  
 Umar Bin Abdul Aziz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz, the celebrated Umayyad Caliph whose empire stretched from the shores of the Atlantic to the highlands of Pamir, was sitting in his private chamber examining a pile of State documents.
Hazrat Umar bin Abdul Aziz, surnamed "Al-Khalifat-us-Saleh" (The pious Caliph) was the son of Abdul Aziz, the Governor of Egypt, and his mother, Umm-i-Aasim was the grand daughter of the Caliph Umar.
Umar Bin Abdul Aziz was a capable administrator well versed in his duties towards this world and the Hereafter.
www.renaissance.com.pk /novletfor95.html   (3406 words)

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