Faisal of Saudi Arabia

King 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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