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  Ibn Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In 1901, at the age of 21, Ibn Saud succeeded his father to become the leader of the Saud dynasty with the title Sultan of Nejd.
Ibn Saud is the father of all the Kings of Saudi Arabia that have suceeded him.
In 1964 King Saud (1902 - 1969) was deposed by the Saudi Council of Ministers and succeeded by King Faisal, another of Ibn Saud's sons.
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 Saud - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Son of King Ibn Saud, founder of the Saudi Kingdom, Saud was made crown prince in 1933 and...
A grandson of Faisal, sultan of Najd in central Arabia, Ibn Saud was leader of...
Al-Saud, Sultan ibn Salman ibn Abdul Aziz, born in 1956, Saudi Arabian astronaut and a prince of the Saudi royal house.
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 House of Saud - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Prior to Ibn Saud, this family ruled the Nejd and often came into conflict with the Ottoman Empire and the Rashidis.
The House of Saud is also linked with Wahhabism through the marriage of the son of Muhammad ibn Saud with the daughter of Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab in 1744.
Sons of Abdul Aziz (ibn Saud, the founder of the modern Saudi state) are from the Abdul Aziz line of the family, and have been the only members allowed to serve as King or Crown Prince.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Saud   (604 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz ibn Saud
In his wars, Abdul Aziz killed 400,000 tribesmen and Arabians mostly belonging to Shammar and Uneiza tribes and mostly from the al-Rasheeds family who was considered the pillar of Arabia due to their kindness, courage, gentlemanly manners, and the ability to help those who needed them.
When Abdul Aziz was undertaking uniting all the tribes under one rule, he approached the Ottoman empire, which at the turn of the century and after World War I had started to decline, to offer his services in return for arms and ammunition.
Even though the legacy Abdul Aziz left behind was somewhat distorted by Philby, the British plant in Abdul Aziz court, he nonetheless had certain charisma (none of it found in any of his sons except Prince Talal bin Abdul Aziz, a philanthropist benefactors of the UNESCO Foundation).
www.geocities.com /saudhouse_p/abdul.htm   (778 words)

  
 Zahid: Abdul Aziz Al-Saud
King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (known as Ibn Saud) was a tall, imposing figure, a natural leader of men.
Saud became Crown Prince in 1933 and succeeded to the Saudi throne on the death of his father, King Abdul Aziz (Ibn Saud), in 1953.
Faisal became viceroy of the Hijaz, thus extending King Abdul Aziz's remit to the west of the peninsula.
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 History of Saudi Arabia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
In 1902 Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud captured Riyadh, the Al-Saud dynasty's ancestral capital, from the rival Al-Rashid family.
Continuing his conquests, Abdul Aziz subdued Al-Hasa, the rest of Nejd, and the Hijaz between 1913 and 1926.
King Abdul Aziz died in 1953 and was succeeded by his eldest son, Saud, who reigned for 11 years.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/History_of_Saudi_Arabia   (1714 words)

  
 Saud - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Saud, as an Arab traditionalist, was uneasy with Faisal's advocacy of gradual Westernization, including the education of women.
However, he returned as prime minister in November 1962, after Saud fell ill. Faisal immediately published a ten-point reform and development programme that was designed to take the country into the modern age, through using the country's increasing oil wealth to provide social welfare benefits to Saudi citizens.
The son of King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, the founder of the Saudi dynasty, he was made crown prince in 1933 and became prime minister, three months before his father's death, in November 1953.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Saud   (331 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal Al Saud (Ibn Saud)
Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal Al Saud, 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.
In 1964 King Saud was deposed by the Saudi Council of Ministers and succeeded by King Faisal, another of Ibn Saud's sons.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/AlSaud.html   (920 words)

  
 King Ibn Sa'ud
Originally he was the leader of his family, the Sa'uds, as well as the leader of the dominant religious movement of Arabia, Wahhabism.
One of the few reforms of Ibn Sa'ud was to declare it a duty for nomads to settle at desert wells, which made it easier for the ensuing state to control its inhabitants.
1924: Ibn Sa'ud conquers Mecca and deposes the ruler of Hijaz, Sharif Hussein ibn Ali al-Hasham.
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 Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (1905-1975), King of Saudi Arabia (1964-1975), son of King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, born in Riyadh.
Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (1902-1969), King of Saudi Arabia (1953-1964).
Son of King Ibn Saud, founder of the Saudi Kingdom, Saud was made Crown...
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 WikiMiki.net - Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Saud bin Abdul Aziz (January 12, 1902 - February 23, 1969) was King of Saudi Arabia from 1953 to November 2, 1964.
Abdullah was born in Riyadh to Ibn Saud's eighth wife, Fahda bint Asi Al Shuraim of the Abde section of the Shammar tribe.
Sons of Ibn Saud are considered to have primary claim on the Kingship of Saudi Arabia.
arabia.saud.es.wikimiki.net /es/Abdul+Aziz+Ibn+Saud   (10113 words)

  
 Ibn Saud - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
IBN SAUD [Ibn Saud] (Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud), c.1880-1953, founder of Saudi Arabia and its first king.
During Ibn Saud's youth the Saud family was in exile in Kuwait.
In 1924-25, Ibn Saud defeated Husayn and proclaimed himself king of Hejaz and Nejd.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-ibns1aud.html   (433 words)

  
 King Saud and the Issue of Palestine by Fahda bint Saud ibn Abdul Aziz -- 2002
The accession of Crown Prince Saud to the throne after the death of King Abdul Aziz (may his soul rest in peace) coincided with the election of Dwight Eisenhower as president of the United States.
King Saud explained that the Gulf of Aqaba was the gateway to the cities of Makkah and Madinah and that the 33rd paragraph of Article Ten of the 1888 Constantinople Convention was meant to ensure the security of the Muslim holy places and a smooth passage for Muslim pilgrims through the Gulf of Aqaba.
King Saud made it clear that he was unwilling for a debate on any matter affecting the Muslim holy places and travel to Makkah on the sidelines of the current controversy over Israeli navigation in the Gulf of Aqaba.
www.alfredlilienthal.com /saudpalestine.htm   (4723 words)

  
 Abdul Aziz (Ibn Saud) consolidates his sovereignty in Nejd and al-Hasa - The Saudi Arabian Information Resource
Abdul Aziz (Ibn Saud)'s drive for consolidation was successful to the extent that by the end of 1904 (1322 AH), he had managed to break the stranglehold of the Rashid and push them into the area at Jabal Shammar in northern Nejd.
Nevertheless, Ibn Saud's desert fighters kept control of the situation in Nejd.
Calculating on the Ottoman Empire's preoccupation with uprisings in Europe, and on his belief that Britain, considering the situation a domestic affair, would remain neutral, Ibn Saud launched a successful assault, and by 1913 (1331/32 AH), he had consolidated his authority in both Nejd and Al-Hasa.
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 kingaziz
King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud or (Ibn Saud) was born in Riyadh in 1880.
He was born into the Al Saud family which, in the previous century had consolidated its authority across much of the Arabian Peninsula but at the time of Ibn Saud’s birth had seen its power greatly diminished.
Abdul Aziz (Ibn Saud)'s drive for consolidation was successful to the extent that by the end of 1904, he had managed to break the stranglehold of the Rashid and push them into the area at Jabal Shammar in northern Nejd.
web.pdx.edu /~aziz/kingaziz.html   (2133 words)

  
 Presidential Papers, Doc#245 Secret To Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, 15 June 1953. In The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower
Ibn Faisal al-Aziz, second son of King Saud, had been Viceroy of the Hejaz since 1926 and Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia since 1930.
King Saud and Churchill had been in communication about the Buraimi question, and the Saudis had recently agreed in general terms that the matter should be submitted to arbitration.
Saud complained that his agreement to arbitrate the dispute had been answered by the British with "aggressive acts" and "abominable crimes" and asked Eisenhower to mediate the dispute (ibid.
www.eisenhowermemorial.org /presidential-papers/first-term/documents/245.cfm   (1297 words)

  
 Ain-Al-Yaqeen - November 26, 2004 - Article 3
The ceremony was attended by Prince Mishaal Ibn Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz, Governor of Najran region, 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/20041126/feat3en.htm   (2160 words)

  
 King Abdul Aziz Al Saud
A new epoch was launched when Abdul Aziz left Kuwait for Riyadh leading a small army of 60 men.
King Abdul Aziz Al Saud went on to unify the scattered parts and splintered tribes of the Arabian peninsula.
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   (565 words)

  
 Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Occupation of the Arabian Peninsula by the Al-e Saud
One was Abdul Aziz's attack on the Mismak fortress in Riyadh.
Shaikh Ajlan, Ibn Rasheed's governor, was slain and the fortress occupied by Ibn Saud.
www.muslimedia.com /archives/special98/saud.htm   (831 words)

  
 Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
King Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (born 1920)--the son of the founder of modern Saudi Arabia--succeeded his brothers Saud, Faisal, and Khalid in guiding a traditional Islamic society through the astonishing economic and social development made possible by his country's vast petroleum resources.
Born in 1920, Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, son of King Ibn Saud, was educated in Islamic history and religion, traditional politics, Arabic language, and desert lore at his father's court in Riyadh.
In an attempt to ready his sons for future political roles, King Saud sent both Fahd and his brother, Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz, to San Francisco in 1945 for the founding convention of the United Nations, and the visit marked a turning point for Fahd.
www.bookrags.com /biography/fahd-ibn-abdul-aziz-al-saud   (1615 words)

  
 King Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud
Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Ibn Faisal Al Saud was born in the city of Kuwait in 1902, the same year in which his father King Abdul Aziz recaptured the city of Riyadh from Al Rasheed.
Saud's Remarkable Achievements Emulating his father King Abdul Aziz, he strove to protect the country and safeguard its independence and Islamic principles.
King Saud's rule continued until the second of November 1964 (1383 H), when Crown Prince Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz was appointed King.
www.the-saudi.net /al-saud/saud.htm   (378 words)

  
 Middle East/North Africa/Persian Gulf Region
Abdul Aziz ibn-Saud and Sir Percy Cox of Britain held negotiations in al-Uqair on November 21-26, 1922.
Former Prime Minister Abdul Hussein Hajir was assassinated in Tehran on November 4-5, 1949 (the assassin was executed on November 9, 1949).
Abdul Mejid Efendi was elected as Caliph by the National Assembly on November 18, 1922.
faculty.uca.edu /~markm/tpi_narrative_middleeast.htm   (19074 words)

  
 Commanding Heights : Saudi Arabia Overview | on PBS
In 1902 Abdul al-Aziz Ibn Saud, a member of the family that has controlled much of the Peninsula since forging an alliance with Muslim Wahhabi religious reformers in the mid-1700s, returns from a decade-long exile to take the city of Riyadh.
1932-1938: Abdul Aziz officially establishes the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, an absolute monarchy covering an area with roughly the same borders as the present state.
Saud's spending depletes the treasury, and twice he must cede power to his brother, who cuts payments to the royal family, balances the budget, and pays national debts.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/commandingheights/lo/countries/sa/sa_overview.html   (914 words)

  
 Ibn Saud
The Sa'uds ruled much of Arabia from 1780 to 1880; but, while Ibn Sa'ud was still an infant, his family, driven out by their rivals, the Rashids, became penniless exiles in Kuwait.
Ibn Rashid, however, appealed for help to the Turks, who sent troops; Ibn Sa'ud suffered a defeat at their hands on June 15, 1904.
Ibn Sa'ud was in fact a devoted puritan Muslim--to him the Qur`an was literally the word of God, and his life was regulated by it.
www.naqshbandi.org /ottomans/wahhabi/ibnsaud.htm   (1087 words)

  
 Information and Photos / Pictures of King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (Ibn Saud)
Ibn Saud, also known as King Abdul Aziz, was the tribal and Muslim religious leader who formed the modern state of Saudi Arabia and initiated the exploitation of oil
For the next thirty years, Ibn Saud's superior intelligence, strong body, great courage, deep comprehension of the strengths and weaknesses of his people, and indisputable charisma were all used in full measure to regain most of his ancestors' holdings and to unite them to form the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1932.
Ibn Saud is the father of all the Kings of Saudi Arabia that have succeeded him but it was not until the Saudi Basic Law of 1992 declared the King of Saudi Arabia must be a son or grandson of Ibn Saud.
www.toursaudiarabia.com /ibn-saud.html   (598 words)

  
 Saudi Arabia - Gurupedia
Over the next one hundred and fifty years, the fortunes of the Saud family rose and fell several times as Saudi rulers contended with Egypt, the Ottoman Empire, and other Arabian families for control on the peninsula.
The Basic Law adopted in 1992 declared that Saudi Arabia is a monarchy ruled by the sons and grandsons of King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, and that the Holy Qur'an is the constitution of the country, which is governed on the basis of Islamic law (Shari'a).
The House of Saud rules the nation, and it is named after it.
www.gurupedia.com /s/sa/saudi_arabia.htm   (1070 words)

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