Hadeng Abdul-Aziz

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Si Hadeng Abdul-Aziz

Si Hadeng Abdul-Aziz nin Arabya Saudita (namundag Enero 15, 1876 - Nobyembre 9, 1953) (Arabo: عبد العزيز آل سعود) iyo an kaenot-enoteng hade kan Ika-3ng Estado nin Saudi na mas bisto sa apod na Arabya Saudita. An komun na arapodan saiya Ibn Saud.

Kan taon 1902, nasakop niya giraray an Riyadh, na dating ginikanan na siyudad kan saiyang pamilya. Dangan napapusog niya an kontrol sa banwang Najd kan 1922. Kan taon 1932, nabilog niya na asin napundar an saiyang nasyon sa pangaran na Arabya Saudita. Bilang hade, kan taon 1938, siya an namoon sa pagdiskubre kan petroleo asin ini na an pino'nan kan mahiwas, lakopan asin puga-pugang pagexploitar nin asayte sa saiyang nasyon pakatapos sana kan Ika-2ng Gerang Pangkinaban. Dakulon siyang aki asin gabos na nagsurunod na mga hade sa Arabya Saudita saiya guminikan.

Pamilya asin mga agom[liwatón | liwaton an gikanan]

An bilang kan mga aki ni Ibn Saud daing nakakaaram na gayo. Sarong masasarigan nagsasabi na igwa siyang 37 aking lalaki. An bilang kan saiyang mga agom tinatayang 22 gabos. [1]


  1. Prinsesa Wadha bint Muhammad Al-Hazzam
    1. Turki (I) (1900–1919)
    2. Saud (Enero 12, 1902 - Pebrero 23, 1969)
    3. Nura
    4. Munira
  2. Prinsesa Tarfah bint Abdullah Al-Abdul-Wahab
    1. Khaled (I) (namundag, 1903, nagadan sa pagkaomboy)
    2. Faisal (Abril 1906 - Marso 25, 1975)
    3. Saad (I) (1914–1919)
    4. Anud (namundag, 1917)
  3. Prinsesa Lulua bint Salih Al-Dakhil
    1. Fahd (I) (1905–1919)
  4. Prinsesa Jauhara bint Musaid Al Saud
    1. Muhammad (1910–1988)
    2. Khalid (II) (1913 - 13 June 1982)
  5. Prinsesa Lajah bint Khalid bin Hithlayn
    1. Sara (1916 - Hunyo 2000)
  6. Prinsesa Bazza I
    1. Nasser (1919–1984)
  7. Prinsesa Jawhara bint Saad bin Abdul-Muhsin al-Sudairi
    1. Saad (II) (1920–1993)
    2. Musa'id (namundag, 1923)
    3. Abdul-Mohsin (1925–1985)
    4. Al-Bandari (1928–2008)[2]
  8. Prinsesa Hassa bint Ahmad al-Sudairi
    (an mga aki inaapod na "Sudairi Seven")
    1. Fahd (II) (1920 - Agosto 1 2005); nagtukaw, 1982–2005
    2. Sultan (namundag, 1928); presenteng crown prince
    3. Luluwah (ca 1928 - 2008)[3]
    4. Abdul-Rahman (namundag, 1931)
    5. Naif (namundag, 1933);presenteng pangaduwang crown prince
    6. Turki (II) (namundag, 1934)
    7. Salman (namundag, 1936)
    8. Ahmed (namundag, 1942)
    9. Jawaher
    10. Lateefa
    11. Al-Jawhara
    12. Moudhi (hubin nagadan)
    13. Felwa (hubin nagadan)
  9. Prinsesa Shahida
    1. Mansur (1922 - Mayo 2 1951)
    2. Mishaal (namundag, 1926)
    3. Qumasha (namundag, 1927)
    4. Mutaib (namundag, 1931)
  10. Prinsesa Fahda
    1. Abdullah (namundag, Agosto 1922); presenteng hade, poon pa kan 2005
    2. Nuf
    3. Seeta (c. 1930 – Abril 13, 2011)
  11. Prinsesa Bazza (an ika-2 agom nagngangaran Bazza)
    1. Bandar (namundag, 1923)
    2. Fawwaz (1934–2008)
    3. Mishari (1932 - Mayo 23 2000)
  12. Prinsesa Haya bint Sa'ad al-Sudairy (1913 - Abril 18 2003)
    1. Badr (I) (1931–1932)
    2. Badr (II) (namundag, 1933)
    3. Huzza (1951-Hulyo 2000)
    4. Abdulillah (namundag, 1935)
    5. Abdul-Majeed (1943–2007)
    6. Nura (namundag, 1930)
    7. Mishail
    8. Zubri
  13. Prinsesa Munaiyir (nagadan Desyembre 1991, nagpanganan sa pangadye si King Fahd [4])
    1. Talal (I) (1930–1931)
    2. Talal (II) (namundag, 1932) [4]
    3. Nawwaf (born 1933) [4]
    4. Madawi [4]
  14. Prinsesa Mudhi
    1. Sultana (ca. 1928 - 7 July 2008) [5]
    2. Haya (ca. 1929- Nonyembre 2009) [6]
    3. Majid (II) (Oktobre 1938 - Abril 12 2003)
    4. Sattam (namundag, Enero 21 1941)
  15. Prinsesa Nouf bint al-Shalan
    1. Thamir (1937 - Hunyo 27 1959)
    2. Mamduh (namundag, 1941)
    3. Mashhur (namundag, 1942)
  16. Prinsesa Saida al-Yamaniyah
    1. Hidhlul (namundag, 1941)
  17. Prinsesa Khadra
  18. Prinsesa Baraka al-Yamaniyah
    1. Muqrin (namundag, Septyembre 15 1945)
  19. Prinsesa Futayma
    1. Hamoud (1947–1994)
  20. Sa ki Dai Bistong Ina
    1. Shaikha (namundag, 1922)
    2. Majed (I)(1934–1940)
    3. Abdul-Saleem (1941–1942)
    4. Jiluwi (I)(1942–1944)
    5. Jiluwi (II) (1952-1952) Pinakanguhod ni Ibn Saud, nagadan sa pagka'omboy.

Mga hehelingan[liwatón | liwaton an gikanan]

  • King Abdulaziz bin Saud (Ibn Saud) website
  • Michael Oren, "Power, Faith and Fantasy: The United States in the Middle East, 1776 to the Present" (Norton, 2007).
  • [1] The Saudi Historian Net- Archive Home of King Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, founder of the Kingdom.
  • [2] The Saudi Historian Net- The historical strong ties between King Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, founder of the Kingdom and Prince Rashed Al-Khuzai, ruler of Ajloun Emirate.
  • [3] The Egyptian Magazine "Noon", Cairo- Egypt- History of Prince Rashed Al-Khuzai with King Abdul Aziz Al Saud, an article that was published by the American Writer Mr. Muneer Husainy & the Saudi Historian Mr. Khalid Al-Sudairy.This article was published at 27 November 2009.
  • [4] Arab News Network, London- United Kingdom- The political relationship between Prince Rashed Al-Khuzai, Sheikh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, and Saudi Arabia.
  • [5] The Arab Orient Center for Strategic and civilization studies London, United Kingdom- The political relationship between Prince Rashed Al-Khuzai and Sheikh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam.
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  • Long, David. Saudi Arabia Sage Publications, 1976.
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  • File:A historical document that was issued at 28th of March 28, 1938 which proved the political asylum of Prince Rashed Al-Khuzai, and followers at 1937 to King Abdul-Aziz Al Saud and shows the start of Ajloun revolution.JPEGAlsabah- Formal Egyption magazine, Rashed Al Khuzai article .. published in Cairo at 29/3/1938.
  • [6] Alrai- Formal Jordanian news paper, Rashed Al Khuzai .. Home of the men and militants in the nation issued at 27/7/2009.
  • [7] Althawra News-The Official Website of the Palestinian National Authority (Fath Movement)- Sheikh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam and Prince Rashed Al Khuzai role in the Palestinian revolution at 1935- All rights reserved for Althawra1965.com.
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