ibn-Saud


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ibn-Saud

Abdul-Aziz . 1880--1953, first king of Saudi Arabia (1932--53)
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Ibn-Saud remained in love with Hussa bint Ahmad and therefore forced his half-brother to divorce her so he could re-marry her.
Al-Draiweesh, President, International Islamic University Islamabad to make IIUI outstanding university in the world, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn-Saud Islamic University has recently appointed senior faculty members in the disciplines of Management Sciences, Physics, Electronics Engineering, and Biotechnology at IIUI.
I quote directly from his book FDR Meets Ibn-Saud (Selwa Press):
Their father, the late King Abdul-Aziz al-Saud - Ibn-Saud - had married over 40 women from among the Arabian Peninsula's most prominent tribes.
The ruling House of Saud was founded in the 18th century AD in a lasting alliance between Emir (prince) Muhammad ibn-Saud who ruled the Najd and Shaikh Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab of the Tamim Tribe, a reformer of Sunni Islam who founded a religious movement now known as Wahhabism.
But this Wahhabi kingdom remains in a transition from the ageing sons of the late ibn-Saud, founder of the third Saudi dynasty, to the grand-sons.