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Faisal of Saudi Arabia

May 1971.

Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (September 190625 March 1975) was the King of Saudi Arabia from 1964 to 1975, who caused a whole new progress and developments inside his country regarding the industrialization, agriculture, etc. He is known for being anti-Communist, pan-Islamist, and a supporter of Palestine.

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  • I beg of you, brothers, to look upon me as both brother and servant. 'Majesty' is reserved to God alone and 'the throne' is the throne of the Heavens and Earth.
    • Speech, after he took power, in 1964. [1]
  • Our constitution is Quran.
    • Responding to the demands for a written questions, October 20, 1967.[2]
  • I am a man of great age and my wish is to pray two rak'ahs in the al-Aqsa mosque before I die, can I get my wish ?

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