al Fayed


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al Fayed

(æl ˈfaɪjəd)
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(Biography) Mohamed. born 1933, Egyptian-born businessman; owner of the Harrods department store (1985–2010) and of the Ritz Hotel, Paris, from 1979: his son Dodi Fayed (1956–97) died in the same Paris car crash as Diana, Princess of Wales
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LONDON: London luxury department store Harrods said Saturday that it was taking down a statue of the late Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Al Fayed and returning it to former owner Mohamed Al Fayed.
The statue was erected behind the Hammersmith Stand in April 2011 at the request of former owner and chairman Mohammed Al Fayed, who was close to Jackson.
The club announced that the bizarre simulacrum of the Thriller star is to be dug up and returned to Mohamed Al Fayed, who put it up when he owned the Premier League club.
Sustained reports this week suggested Al Fayed would now sell the club and the Cottagers last night confirmed a deal has been struck with Khan, billionaire owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
His battle with Mohamed Al Fayed during an often public and vitriolic eight-year dispute over the ownership of Harrods and beyond, dominated the headlines.
Former Harrods boss Mohammed al Fayed, the father of Dodi, who also died in the August 2007 Paris car crash, has long accused the pair of deliberately withholding evidence from the French investigation into their deaths.
CAMILLA AL FAYED opened a newly refurbished Zoe's Place baby hospice.
FULHAM chairman Mohammed Al Fayed has told fans they can "go to hell" if they do not appreciate the new Michael Jackson statue at Craven Cottage.
4 (ANI): Fulham FC chairman Mohammed Al Fayed has told fans they can "go to hell" if they do not appreciate a new Michael Jackson statue at Craven Cottage stadium.
Al Fayed, a close friend of the late performer, has caused controversy after placing the tribute to Jackson outside the Cottagers' stadium.
FULHAM owner Mohamed Al Fayed remains confident Roy Hodgson will still be at the club next season - despite speculation linking the manager with the vacant post at Liverpool.
HARRODS owner Mohamed al Fayed said he was "delighted" after French authorities were criticised over delays involving the investigation into the deaths of Princess Diana and his son Dodi.