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Ibn Sa·ud

 (sä-o͞od′) Full name Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman al-Saud. 1880?-1953.
Arab leader who was the founder and first king of Saudi Arabia (1932-1953).
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ibn Sa•ud

(ˌɪb ən sɑˈud)

n.
Abdul-Aziz, 1880–1953, first king of Saudi Arabia 1932–53.
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The House of Saud would do well to remember the sage advice of its founder, King Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud, who said on his deathbed, "the good or evil for us will come from Yemen." Written by Mona Zaid Saba