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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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We are very proud to have played our role in celebrating the lives of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Al Fayed at Harrods, and to have welcomed people from around the world to visit the memorial for the past 20 years," he said.
Al Fayed sold the west London club to Shahid Khan in July and, after consulting with supporters, the American decided to pull the 7ft 6in statue down.
The statue of Jackson in a performance pose, wearing a signature single glove, was loved only by Al Fayed - and he refused to listen to any dissenters.
My time of serving as the custodian of Fulham Football Club would one day come to an end, and I feel that time has now arrived," Al Fayed said in a statement.
But Mr Al Fayed said he would send his condolences to Mr Rowland's family.
In a statement released here Lord Condon said "Sir David and I volunteered to go to Paris as witnesses to help the French authorities explore and then bring to a conclusion these repeated complaints made by al Fayed.
Money was donated by the Al Fayed Charitable Foundation and members of the public.
Al Fayed, a close friend of the late performer, has caused controversy after announcing he had decided to place the tribute to Jackson outside the Cottagers' stadium.
Al Fayed unveiled the statue on Sunday prior to the west London Premier League team's match against Blackpool.
However, Al Fayed, who appointed Hodgson in December 2007, believes Hodgson has no reason to leave the London club.
Judges have ordered the French state to pay Mr al Fayed almost pounds 5,000 in compensation for the delays.
MOHAMED al Fayed has been awarded almost pounds 5000 damages over delays in the probe into the deaths of Princess Di and his son Dodi.