al Fayed


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al Fayed

Mohamed. born 1933, Egyptian-born businessman; owner of the Harrods department store from 1985 and of the Ritz Hotel, Paris, from 1979: his son Dodi Fayed (1956--97) died in the same Paris car crash as Diana, Princess of Wales
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Yesterday Mr al Fayed said he had made a mistake, claiming: "I did not mention winning the case.
From the moment he stepped into the witness box yesterday, it was clear that Mohamed al Fayed was ready to make his voice heard.
Mohamed al Fayed claimed at the inquests into their deaths that the alleged murder was sanctioned by Tony Blair.
MOHAMED al Fayed declared today that Diana, Princess of Wales and his son Dodi Fayed were "murdered", as he gave evidence at their inquest.
Mohamed al Fayed today insisted he would not accept a "shocking" police probe which concludes that the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, was an accident.
The lawyer, David Johnston, is on the legal team of Harrods tycoon Mohamed Al Fayed.
A High Court judge ruled Tuesday in London that Mohammed Al Fayed has no right to take part in an inquest into the death of Princess Diana.
Mohamed Al Fayed is understandably upset by the death of his son.
FORMER Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed revealed yesterday he had the store's royal warrants burned.
FULHAM owner Mohamed Al Fayed remains confident Roy Hodgson will still be at the club next season despite speculation linking the manager with the vacant post at Liverpool.
Mr Al Fayed added: "His legacy will live on forever, there will never be a man like that again.
Mohamed al Fayed accused the Duke of Edinburgh of being a "Nazi" and a "racist" and branded senior royals a "dracula family" during his evidence yesterday.