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Prince Moussaid Ben Abdelaziz Al Saoud

Prince Musaed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Biography


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Early life of Moussaid Ben Abdelaziz Al Saoud

Prince Musaed (Musa’id) bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was born in 1341 AH (1434 AH) (1923 – 19 August 2013) was a member of the House of Saud. He was the twelfth son of King Abdulaziz, the founder of Saudi Arabia, from his wife the Princess Jawhara bin Saad al-Sudairy.
Musa’id had two full-brothers Prince Saad ( died in 1993), Prince Abdul Muhsin and one full-sister Princess Al Bandari(died 2008).

Marriage and children

WIFE HIS SONS
watfa Bint Mohammed Bin Talal Al-Rasheed from the Shamar tribe – Prince Khalid, married to Princess Dana Mahndil of Bani Khalid.
– Princess of the Jawhara.
– Prince Faisal
– Prince Bandar is married to the daughter of his uncle Princess Nof Al-Talal Mohammed Al-Rashid of the Shamar tribe.
Fatima bint Hashim Turki Bek Al-Najrs A Syrian from the origins of Shamriya and her father Hashim, nicknamed Nishmi. She is from a very famous family in the Levant and her family is connected to the bonds of friendship and brotherhood with the tribal sheikhs in the Syrian Badia such as Nouri bin Shaalan and Burjis bin Hadeeb and Rakan Al-Murshid And friendship with Sultan Pasha Atrash – Prince Abdullah is married to Princess Jawahir bint Fahad bin Abdullah Al Saud.
– Prince Abdulrahman is married to Princess Al-Bindi, daughter of Hazloul bin Abdul Aziz .
 Nora Kaaki  – Prince Abdul Aziz is married to Princess Reem Bin Al Waleed Bin Talal Al Saud.
– Prince Abdul Hakim (Honorary member of Al Nasr Club).
– Princess Sara Bint Mousaed
– Princess Mashael,
– Princess Munira,
-Princess Sultana, and Princess Sitho.
 Princess Al Jawhara bint Saleh Al Rayes   did not have children
 Princess Hessa bint Mohammed Al Qahtani   mother of Prince Saud
 Princess Nora Deghether    – Prince Mashhour,
– Princess Madawi,
– Princess Latifa,
– Prince Yusuf, and Prince Mohammed.
 Princess Al-Jazi bin Abdullah Al-Kharazi Al-Otaibi    mother of Prince Nawaf
 Princess Al-Anoud Bint Jalal Al-Faram Al-Harbi Amir Ashayr Bani Ali from harb   did not have children

Prince Musa’id did not hold any significant administrative positions

Musa'id bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Musa’id bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

and hence he was sidelined for the throne. The involvement of his son Faisal bin Musaid in the assassination of King Faisal could also have weakened his position. In addition he seemingly never sought one. He gradually lost his eyesight after the death of his first son, Khalid. He lived an austere private life where he was known[by whom?] to be pious.

Death

The Royal Diwan announced that Prince Musa’id had died on 19 August 2013.He was the second eldest living son of King Abdulaziz at the time of his death next only to Prince Bandar bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. God bless his soul

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One comment

  1. Hello,
    About your biography of Prince Musa’ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, this seems more like a selected biography of his wives than his or his children. Who gave you this information? Why is it considered authoritative? What are your verified sources?
    Please permit me to point out some obvious and stark mistakes in your depictions above:
    1. Prince Musa’ad had two full sisters and not only one. Besides Albandari there was another older sister than Albandari by the name of Hissa.
    2. The first wife’s name is Watfa, you wrote it as watfa.
    3. You put his almost last wife as second of his wives whereas she should be listed as the one before last with children. Here is the proper order of his wives:
    A. Princess Watfa Bint Mohammed Bin Talal Al-Rasheed.
    B. Princess Hissa (and not Hessa) Bint Mohammed Al Qahtani.
    C. Princess Nora Bint Ibrahim Al Degeither.
    D. Princess Al-Jazi Bint Abdallah Al Oteibi.
    E. Princess Fatima Bint Hashim Al Najrs.
    F. Princess Nora Al Kaki.
    G. Princess Al Jawhara Bint Saleh Al Rayes.
    H. Princess Al Anoud Bnt Jalal Al Farm Al Harbi.
    4. Next to Princess Watfa Bint Mohammed Bin Talal Al-Rasheed, you wrote Princess of the Jawhara, whereas it should be: Princess Al Jawhara.
    5. Next to Princess Hissa Bint Mohammed Al Qahtani, you write the name of Prince Saud without a period after the name. It should be: Prince Saud.
    6. Next to Princess Nora Al Degeither, you write the name of Prince Mashhour after a double space and a dash for no good reason. Also, you mix up the names. They should be listed as follows:
    – Prince Mashhour,
    – Prince Yousef,
    – Prince Mohammed,
    – Princess Madawi,
    – Princess Latifa.
    7. Next to Princess Al Jazi Bint Abdallah Al Oteibi, you write the name of Prince Nawaf without a period after the name. It should be: Prince Nawaf.
    8. Next to Princess Nora Al Kaki, you list her last daughter as Princess Sitho whereas her name is: Princess Sita. Also, for no good reason, you list her next to her older sister Princess Sultana and not separately like almost all other names.
    9. Before your section on Death, on th last line, you write: He lived an austere private life where he was known [by whom?] to be pious. Any knowing and socially aware Saudi person living in Riyadh during the life of Prince Musa’ad knew that for almost all of his life Prince Musa’ad was austere and pious. Therefore, your depiction there should reasonably read: He lived an austere private life wher he was known in Riyadh society to be pious.
    10. The picture you have at the end of your biography is not Prince Musa’ad Bin Abdulaziz’s picture. You could see the clear difference between the upper image and the bottom image of a person with a darker skin. Furthermore, Prince Musa’ad never enrolled in the military. It is probably another royal’s picture with a similar name.

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