The princes of the House of Saud congratulate Mohammed bin Salman on his new baby .. Why did his name have such a great interaction? | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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Many members of the ruling family in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as citizens congratulated the Crown Prince and de facto ruler of the Kingdom, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, on the occasion of the arrival of a newborn son.

And Prince Khalid bin Sattam Al Saud published a tweet to him through his official account on Twitter, which was monitored by (Watan), in which he congratulated Crown Prince Bin Salman on his baby. Which he said was the ears of Abdulaziz, after the founding king.

Prince Muhammad bin Sultan Al Saud wrote: “His Highness, the Crown Prince, had a son named“ Abdulaziz ”, God made him a child of happiness.

Abdul Latif Al Sheikh, who is also the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, congratulated his new baby.

He wrote: “I congratulate His Highness, Sir, # Crown_the Crown Prince_Prince_Mahmed_Ben_Salman for his child # Abdulaziz_Ben_Mahmed_Ben_Salman, asking the Lord. The Almighty to preserve them and preserve them, O Lord of the worlds.

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Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Many Saudi activists and accounts also interacted with the hashtag “Prince Muhammad bin Salman,” through which they congratulated him on the arrival of his newborn child, “Abdulaziz”.

And an account in the name of Columbus wrote: “Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman gave birth to a son named (Abdulaziz), may God make him a child of happiness.”

Bin Salman is born after the founding king

The Saudi crown prince named his new child Abdulaziz after his late grandfather, King Abdulaziz bin Saud, founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman bin Faisal Al Saud is the founder and first king of the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Abdulaziz, born in January 1876, and who died in 1953, was the fourteenth ruler of the Al Saud family.

King Abdulaziz was born in Riyadh to the ruling Al Saud family in Najd, and when he reached the age of fifteen, he moved with his family to Qatar, then Bahrain, and then to Kuwait by order of the Ottoman Empire.

And their sheikh at the time, Muhammad Al-Sabah, received them after the victory of Muhammad bin Abdullah Al-Rasheed, ruler of Hail, over Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal bin Turki Al Saud, the last imam of the second Saudi state.

King Abdulaziz and his men, who numbered sixty, set out on the night of Ramadan 21, 1319 AH, corresponding to January 2, 1902AD. From Kuwait, heading to Riyadh, to storm Al-Masmak Palace, which is the ruler’s residence.

After the restoration of Riyadh, King Abdulaziz laid the first building block in state building, announcing the beginning of the phase of unifying the country.

The stage after the recovery of Riyadh is the most important stage in the history of Abdulaziz, as he spent more than twenty years in battles and wars on more than one front.

The new King Solomon

King Abdul Aziz is known to the Arabs as (Abdel Aziz) and in the West as (Ibn Saud) in the Western media, in 1934 AD, he was called (Otto von Bismarck) the Arabs, (Napoleon) the Arabs, (Oliver Cromwell) the Sahara and the new (King Solomon).

And in 1931 he called it (George Washington) The New Nation. It was also called after the founding of Saudi Arabia (the leader of the Arabian Peninsula).

Symbols of the “royal family” tree in Saudi Arabia

In a report published by the Turkish Anadolu Agency, it touched upon the most prominent available information about the symbols of the “royal family” tree. That came out of the womb of Al Saud.

This family contributed to the continuation of the transition of power in the longest stable monarchy in the Arab world. Especially for those belonging to the most influential Sudairi wing in the family, and they are the children of the founding king Abdulaziz Al Saud from his wife, Princess Hessa bint Ahmed Al-Sudairy.

The Sudairi are seven, and they are: King Fahd, the current King Salman, the princes Sultan, Ahmed, Turki, Nayef, and Abdul Rahman.

The royal family tree, apart from the founder, was raised by 6 kings, including the current King Salman, in addition to large numbers of children and grandchildren. Officials in government and high positions in the Kingdom emerged from them.

Amidst initial estimates, there are between 5,000 to 15,000 princes from the House of Saud, but the most prominent of them and those who make up the pledge of allegiance do not exceed 34 (the sons of the founding king and a number of his descendants). But there are tens or hundreds of others holding sensitive positions of responsibility in the country.

4 Kings

Of the prominent sons of the founding king, 4 kings died: Saud, Khalid, Fahd, and Abdullah, and Faisal was assassinated. Among the prominent princes, 4 died: Sultan, Nayef, Abdul Rahman and Turki, while King Salman and 8 princes are alive, respectively. Bandar (the oldest son of the founder is 85 years old), Talal, Mutaib, Abdul Ilah, Mamdouh, Mashhour, Ahmed, and Muqrin (the youngest son of the founder 73 years), while Prince Abdul Rahman died last year.

According to press reports, in 2000, the first council for the ruling family was established, which included between 16 and 18 members. As well as holding its first meeting at the Peace Palace. With the aim of discussing the conditions of the royal family without addressing a political issue.

While 6 reached the position of king, unlike the founder, the eight prominent names varied between the position of crown prince and deputy crown prince. And Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Head of Intelligence, and access to the post of Deputy Minister of Defense.

The position of crown prince witnessed an approach from the generation of prominent grandchildren to the reign of the king, as Muhammad bin Nayef took over. The mandate of the Covenant from 2015 to 2017. Then Mohammed bin Salman (33 years old) from 2017 to the present day, in two precedents that are distinct in the history of the Kingdom between two generations.

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