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King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz AL-Saud

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Mohamed T. Ahmad

on 4 October 2013

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King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud
Born on (1924-08-01) 1 August 1924 (age 89)

King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz AL-Saud
Flag of The kingdom of Saudi Arabia
King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz
Abdullah is the sixth king of Saudi Arabia, following King Abdulaziz
From 2010 to 2012 King Abdullah had four back surgeries.[94] The first two of the surgeries were in New York, one in 2010 for a slipped disk and a blood clot pressing on nerves in his back and a second to stabilize vertebrae in 2011.[94] The third one was in Riyadh in 2011. And the last one was also in Riyadh on 17 November 2012
King Abdullah with the Russian Prime Minister
Philanthropy
He established two libraries: the King Abdulaziz Library in Riyadh; and another in Casablanca, Morocco
Influence
King Abdullah has been named as the most influential Muslim among 500 Muslims for the past 4 years.[111][112] In December 2012, Forbes named him as the seventh most powerful figure in its list of the "World's Most Powerful People" for 2012, being the sole Arab in the top ten
King Abdullah Be came a king in 2005 , which is 9 Years ,
Before he was a king he was a Prince King Abdullah's administration has realized various reforms in different fields.

In 2005, King Abdullah implemented a government scholarship program to send young Saudi men and women to Western universities for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The program offered funds for tuition and living expenses up to four years. It is estimated that more than 70,000 students studied abroad in more than 25 countries. United States, England, and Australia are the top three destinations mostly aimed for by the young Saudi students. There are more than 22,000 Saudi students studying in the US, exceeding pre-9/11 levels. Public health engagement included breast cancer awareness and CDC cooperation to set up an advanced epidemic screening network that protected this year's 3 million Hajj pilgrims
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