Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz


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Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz

(fɑːd ˈɪbən ˈæbdʊl əˈziːz)
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(Biography) 1923–2005, king of Saudi Arabia (1982–2005)
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To do so, the report stressed, the Kingdom has deployed various organizations supervised by the Supreme Hajj Committee, which reports to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz, who traditionally, situated in Makkah, all through the pilgrimage season, WAM shed light.
In 2005, the Beirut Municipality named a street after the late King Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz, stretching from the western port to Downtown Beirut.
King Faisal University Quality Assurance and Academic Accreditation Unit head, who is also King Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz Centre for Quality's consultant Ibrahim Abdelkareem al-Hussain gave lectures at the event attended by SEC educational leaders and directors, assistant directors of SEC's institutes as well as department directors and units heads.