Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud

Noble person

Muhammad bin Abdulaziz (1910-25 November 1988) (Arabic: محمد بن عبد العزيز ال سعود‎) was a member of the House of Saud. He was among the wealthiest and most powerful members of the Saudi royal family. His advice was sought and deferred to in all matters by his brothers. Until his death in 1988, he was a close and powerful confidant and senior adviser to his younger brothers, King Khalid and King Fahd. Prince Muhammad was born in 1910 and is the fourth son of the Kingdom's founder, King Abdulaziz. His mother was from the important Al Jiluwis, a clan whose members intermarried with the members of Al Saud family, Al Jawhara bint Musaed Al Jiluwi. King Khalid was his full brother. His sister, Al Anoud, married to the sons of Saad bin Abdul Rahman. She first married Saud bin Saad. After Saud died, she married Fahd bin Saad. Mohammed bin Abdulaziz participated in fights during the formation years of the Kingdom with his older brothers and cousins. In 1934, King Abdulaziz ordered his forces to attack Yemen's forward defences. Then, Faisal bin Sa'd, the son of the Saudi king's brother Saad, advanced to Baqem and the son of his other brother Mohammed, Khaled bin Muhammed, advanced to  ( Wikipedia article )


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Date of birth
Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia


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