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see FaisalFaisal bin Abd al-Aziz al-Saud
, 1905–75, king of Saudi Arabia (1964–75), son of Ibn Saud, brother of Saud. Faisal led several military campaigns in the making of Saudi Arabia. In 1958 he became premier and foreign minister in the cabinet of his brother, King Saud.
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During the meeting, His Royal Highness Prince Feisal bin Al Hussein extended His Majesty King Abdulla II of Jordan's greeting to His Royal Highness and best wishes of further prosperity to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
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International Olympic Committee member Prince Feisal Al Hussein, from Jordan, said he expects one or two bids from the Middle East for 2024.
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His Royal Highness, Lieutenant General Prince Feisal Bin El Hussain, advisor to King on security was also present on the occasion.
Majority shareholder Feisal Nahaboo said: "Rightly or wrongly at the start of the season the club had made the decision to strike at the end of the season to prepare a Super League strength squad to compete next season.
The World Assembly of Muslim Youth was founded in 1974 at the initiative of the King of Saudi Arabia Feisal Ibn Abdulaziz.
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Ali al-Wardi, from the Ottoman Empire to King Feisal. By Youssef H.
Documents to get from GEAB residence in the Governorate, [ El Malek Feisal St., next to the Books Sector, Feisal, Giza, El Arizona Bus Station ].