Faisal I

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Faisal I

(ˈfaɪsəl) or

Feisal I

n
(Biography) 1885–1933, king of Syria (1920) and first king of Iraq (1921–33): a leader of the Arab revolt against the Turks (1916–18)
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(2014) Faisal I of Iraq. London: Yale University Press.
He was released in March 1917 to take command of the Arab regular forces fighting under the Amir Faisal bin Hussain (later King Faisal I of Iraq) in the Hijaz.