Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Musa'ed bin Jiluwi Al Saud

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Abdullah bin Abdullaziz bin Musa'ed
Emir of Saudi Northern Borders Region
In office1957 - 4 July 2015
SuccessorMish'aal bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Musa'ed Al Saud
MonarchAmir of Northern Borders Region
Born1931
Hail
Died4 July 2015(2015-07-04) (aged 83–84)
Arar
Burial5 July 2015
Full name
Abdullah bin Abdullaziz bin Musa'ed bin Jiluwi Al Suad
HouseHouse of Saud
MotherTarfah bint Musaed Albatall Al Mutairi
ReligionWahhabi Hanbali Sunni Islam

Abdullah bin Abdullaziz bin Musa'ed bin Jiluwi Al Suad (1931 – 4 July 2015) was governor of the Northern Borders Region (Arabic: منطقة الحدود الشماليةAl-Ḥudūd Aš-Šamāliyya). He served as the Emir of the northern border region and its capital and administrative Arar from 1957 until his death in 2017, and before that he served as the Governor of Qassim region for ten years. He was one of the longest serving governors in the Kingdom.[1]

Early life[edit]

Abdullah was born in Hail in 1931,[2] 1348 AH, and his father, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Musa'ed, is the cousin of King Abdul Aziz and one of his commanders. His brother, Prince Jiluwi bin Abdul Aziz bin Musa'ed, is the governor of Najran Region. Prince Abdullah was appointed by King Saud as a northern border region governor in 1956.

Death[edit]

Prince Abdullah bin Abdullaziz bin Musa'ed died on 4 July 2015. He was buried after Isha prayer on 6 July 2015 at the Grand Mosque in Mecca.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Northern Borders Province governor is dead". arabnews.com.
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  3. ^ "Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz bin Missaed Al Saud, Governor of the Northern Border Region dies". Al Riyadh.