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  Ibn Saud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ibn Saud was born in Riyadh, Arabia, the son of Abd al-Rahman bin Faysal bin Turki Al Saud and.
Ibn Saud is the father of all the Kings of Saudi Arabia that have succeeded him.
In 1964 King Saud was deposed by the and succeeded by King Faisal, another of Ibn Saud's sons.
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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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 AllRefer.com - Ibn Saud (Middle Eastern History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Ibn Saud (Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud)[i´bun sAOOd´] Pronunciation Key, 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.
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 Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ibn Sa'ūd was born in Riyadh, Arabia, the son of Abd al-Rahman bin Faysal bin Turki Al Saud and Sara bint Ahmad al-Kabir Sudayri.
In 1901, at the age of 22, Ibn Sa'ūd succeeded his father, Abdul Rahman bin Faisal, as the leader of the Sa'ūd dynasty with the title Sultan of Nejd.
Ibn Sa'ūd was considered a "magnetic" leader, and many former supporters of the House of Saud once again rallied to its support following the capture of Riyadh.
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 Saud of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saud bin Abdul Aziz (January 12, 1902 - February 23, 1969) was King of Saudi Arabia from 1953 to November 2, 1964.
He was the eldest son of Ibn Saud, and was made a crown prince on May 11, 1933 and became king upon his father's death in 1953.
Saud was keen to give his own sons power, and placed them in high governmental positions.
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 Ibn Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1901, at the age of 21, Ibn Saud succeeded his father, Abdul Rahman bin Faisal, to become the leader of the Sauddynasty with the title Sultan of Nejd.
Ibn Saud was considered a "magnetic" leader, and many former supporters of the House of Saud onceagain rallied to its call following the capture of Riyadh.
In 1964 King Saud was deposed by the Saudi Council ofMinisters and succeeded by King Faisal, another ofIbn Saud's sons.
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 Ibn Saud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdul-Rahman Al Saud, generally known in the West as Ibn Saud, restored the Arabian state of his ancestors during the first three decades of the 20th century and founded the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Al Saud were thus townsmen, but enjoyed identification with an îasil, or noble tribe.They remained rulers of a small Arabian statelet until the middle of the 18th century, when Muhammad ibn Saud joined forces with the religious reformer Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab.
Ibn Saud, mindful that Saudi capture of Mecca and Medina a century and a quarter earlier had been the cause of foreign invasion, worked hard to demonstrate that Saudi stewardship would be beyond reproach.
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 King Ibn Sa'ud
Originally he was the leader of his family, the Sa'uds, as well as the leader of the dominating 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 Husseini bni Ali l-Hasham.
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 Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud Biography / Biography of Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud Biography Biography
Ibn Saud was born in Riyadh in the central Arabian principality of Nejd.
In 1913 Ibn Saud occupied the Ottoman province of al-Hasa on the Persian Gulf, a territory in which oil would soon be found.
In 1926 Ibn Saud assumed the title of king of the Hejaz, a year later that of the Nejd; in 1932 he joined them in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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 Royalty.nu - The Royal Family of Saudi Arabia- History, News, Books
The Saud clan, which had ruled part of the Arabian peninsula, was expelled from the emirate of Nejd in the 19th century by the rival Rashid dynasty.
Ibn Saud died in 1952 and was succeeded by his son Saud.
The House of Saud in Commerce by Sharaf Sabri.
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 Ibn Saud - Encyclopedia, History and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal Al Saud (1880 - November 9, 1953).
He is also known by several abbreviated forms of this name, or simply as Ibn Saud was first monarch of Saudi Arabia.
He was born into the House of Saud (also Sa'ud), which had historically maintained dominion over the interior highlands of Arabia known as the Nejd.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Abdul_Aziz_Al-Saud   (991 words)

  
 King Saud ibn Abd al Aziz Al Saud
Amir Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman al Faisal Al Saud, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, acted as Deputy to the King.
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.
Saud paid huge sums to maintain tribal acquiescence to his rule in return for recruits for an immense palace guard, the White Army, so-called because they wore traditional Arab dress rather than military uniforms.
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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 into a kingdom, formally declared so on 27 September 1932.
The ebbs and flows of the struggle to reach that goal are a saga of ingenious ploys that together with acts of force freed him from the threat of three strong adversaries and a large number of weaker ones.
F.D.R. Meets Ibn Saud is a fascinating first hand account as told by William A. Eddy, interpreter for President Roosevelt and King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia during the historic meeting.
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 The Desert of Yam ibn Saud
The Desert of Yam ibn Saud lies to the west of Azrael and to the south of Indor.
The Palace of Yam ibn Saud is the capital of the Desert of Yam ibn Saud; it is a town with a population of 3,782 Barakans.
When Yam ibn Saud ascended into godhood, his new duties and concerns took a larger focus and he returned the Heart of the Desert to Kaantar the Dragon, and the blue dragon rules again in the Desert, this time in the name of Yam ibn Saud, whom he worships and serves.
www.enworld.org /Inzeladun/inzeladun/realms/yisdesert.htm   (1979 words)

  
 Ibn Saud's Star Wanes
The star of Ibn Saud, king of Saudi-Arabia, is setting with the rise of the star of Abdullah, king of Transjordan.
Ibn Saud is a protege of the Americans.
THE two main aspirants to domination in the Arab world are personal enemies: Ibn Saud, who gave the oil concessions in his kingdom exclusively to American interests, and thus earned the animosity of the British; and Abdullah, whom he deprived of the throne at Mecca and who is a British-created, British-supported, and British-financed king.
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 First Saudi State - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The First Saudi State was established in the year 1744 (1157 H.) when the Wahhabi leader Sheikh Mohammed ibn Abd al Wahhab settled in Diriyah and Prince Mohammed Ibn Saud agreed to support and espouse his cause, with a view to cleansing the Islamic faith from distortions.
The House of Saud with other allies rose to become the dominant state in Arabia controlling most of the Najd, but not either coast.
It would only be a few years before the Sauds would return to power, forming the modern Saudi Arabia.
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 frontline: house of saud: a chronology - the house of saud | PBS
frontline: house of saud: a chronology - the house of saud
Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, founder of "Wahhabism," an austere form of Islam, arrives in the central Arabian state of Najd in 1744 preaching a return to "pure" Islam.
In 1902, a direct descendent of Muhammad ibn Saud, twenty-year-old Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud, rides out of the desert with 60 of his brothers and cousins to restore the rule of Al Saud.
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 Ibn Saud
His personal hostility to Hussein ibn Ali, the British-supported political and religious leader of the Al Hijaz (Hejaz) region of western Arabia, meant that he stood back from the Arab Revolt of World War I, organized by T E Lawrence and in which Abdullah ibn Hussein and Faisal I, of Iraq, participated.
However, after the war, supported by the Wahabi-inspired Ikhwan (Brethren), Ibn Saud extended his dominions to the Red Sea coast, capturing Jedda and the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina (with their lucrative pilgrimage revenue).
In 1891 a rival north Arabian dynasty, the Rashidis, seized Riyadh, and Ibn Saud went into exile with his father, who resigned his claim to the throne in favour of his son, who was brought up in Kuwait.
www.tiscali.co.uk /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0001783.html   (470 words)

  
 Saudi Arabia NINETEENTH-CENTURY ARABIA - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, ...
The second period extends from this point to the rise of the second Abd al Aziz ibn Saud, the founder of the modern state; the third consists of the establishment and present history of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
While the Al Saud was bickering, however, the family of Muhammad ibn Rashid, who controlled the area around the Shammar Mountains, had been gaining strength and expanding its influence in northern Najd.
He removed the sons of Saud ibn Faisal from Riyadh and returned it to the nominal control of their uncle, Abd ar Rahman.
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 Saudi Arabia THE SAUD FAMILY AND WAHHABI ISLAM, 1500-1850 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural ...
Around 1500 ancestors of Saud ibn Muhammad took over some date groves, one of the few forms of agriculture the region could support, and settled there.
The rise of Al Saud is closely linked with Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab (died 1792), a Muslim scholar whose ideas form the basis of the Wahhabi movement.
In 1744 Muhammad ibn Saud and Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab swore a traditional Muslim oath in which they promised to work together to establish a state run according to Islamic principles.
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 The Arab War Chapter Four
THE VISIT TO BASRAH OF IBN SAUD, ON NOVEMBER 27,WAS AN episode in the Mesopotamian campaign no less picturesque to the onlookers than it was significant to those who have studied the course of Arabian politics.
When Abdul Aziz, the present representative of the house of Saud, was a boy of fifteen, the power of the Rashid touched its zenith; the great Emir Mohammed, Doughty’s grudging host, drove the Saud into exile and occupied their capital, Riyadh.
Ibn Saud is now barely forty, though he looks some years older.
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 The Kuwait Political Agency Arabic Documents 1899-1949, ARCHIVE EDITIONS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ibn Saud replies that Ha'il is not in danger as Ibn Rashid has no enemies to the North and those enemies he does have are not in a position to act.
Ibn Saud describes mutual historical obligations between Rulers of Kuwait and the House of Saud, and he threatens war if his sovereignty is infringed in current border dispute.
Ibn Saud is recognised by the British Government as King of Saudi Arabia.
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 Faisal ibn Abd al Aziz ibn Saud Biography / Biography of Faisal ibn Abd al Aziz ibn Saud Biography Biography
King Faisal ibn Abd al Aziz ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia (1904-1975) was the most prominent Arab leader in the early 1970s.
Faisal was born in Riyadh in 1904, the son of Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud, founder of Saudi Arabia.
His mother, Tarfa, a member of the leading religious family of the Al al-Shaikh, died when he was quite young, and he was raised by his maternal grandfather, who taught him the Koran and the principles of the Islamic religion, an education which left an impact on him for the remainder of his life.
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