King Abdul Aziz Al Saud – Genealogy


King Abdulaziz (15 January 1876 – 9 November 1953) (Arabic: عبد العزيز آل سعود‎ ‘Abd al-‘Azīz Āl Sa‘ūd) was the first monarch of Saudi Arabia, the third Saudi State. He was referred to for most of his career as Ibn Saud.

Beginning with the reconquest of his family’s ancestral home city of Riyadh in 1902, he consolidated his control over the Najd in 1922, then conquered the Hijaz in 1925. Having conquered almost all of central Arabia, he united his dominions into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1932.

As King, he presided over the discovery of petroleum in Saudi Arabia in 1938 and the beginning of large-scale oil exploitation after World War II.

Ibn Saud (Genealogy)

King Abdul Aziz Al Saud (Ibn Saud) bin Abdul Rahman bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Sa’ud bin Muhammad bin Migrin (Muqrin) bin Murkhan bin Ibrahim bin Musa bin Rabi’a bin Mani’ bin Rabi’a al‐Muraydi Al‐Dur’a al‐Hanafi Al‐Adnani…


Sa’ud bin Muhammad bin Migrin (Muqrin)(Al Sa’ud Family), originates from the ancient Arab tribe of Banu Hanifa, who belonged to Banu Bakr, son of Wa’il which descended from the large Rabi’ah branch of Adnanite tribes.

Banu Hanifa tribe’s original lands were in Wadi al-irdh , which later came to bear their name (wadi-hanifa) at the dawn of Islam, though in the pre-islamic era it was known as Wadi Alyamamah.

The Famous People of Banu Hanifa : Khawlah binti Ja’far 2 (one of the wives of Ali ibn Abu Thalib), Tsumamah bin Atsal (companions of the Prophet Muhammad, who opposed the false Prophet Musailamah al Kadzab 3).

Banu Hanifa are descendants of Hanifah (Atsal) bin Lujaym bin Sa’d bin ‘Ali bin Bakr bin Wael (Wa’il) bin Qasith bin Hinb bin Afsha bin Du’ami bin Judailah bin Asad bin Rabi’ah bin Nazzar bin Ma’ad bin Adnan 4.

Notes :

1 Sa’ud bin Muhammad bin Migrin (Muqrin) bin Murkhan bin Ibrahim bin Musa bin Rabi’a bin Mani’ bin Rabi’a al‐Muraydi Al‐Dur’a al‐hanafi Al‐Adnani.

Source : Regime Stability in Saudi Arabia: The Challenge of Succession

2 Khawlah binti Ja’far bin Qays bin Maslamah bin Tha’labah bin Yarbu’ bin Tha’labah bin al-Dul (ad-Daul) bin Hanifah (Atsal).

3 Musailamah bin Tsumamah bin Kabir bin Habib bin al-Harits bin Abdul Harits bin Hafan bin Dzahl bin al-Dul (ad-Daul) bin Hanifah (Atsal).

4 Adnan bin Add bin Humaisi‘ bin Salaman bin Aws bin Buz bin Qamwal bin Obai bin ‘Awwam bin Nashid bin Haza bin Bildas bin Yadlaf bin Tabikh bin Jahim bin Nahish bin Makhi bin Ayd bin ‘Abqar bin ‘Ubayd bin Ad-Da‘a bin Hamdan bin Sanbir bin Yathrabi bin Yahzin bin Yalhan bin Arami bin Ayd bin Deshan bin Aisar bin Afnad bin Aiham bin Muksar bin Nahith bin Zarih bin Sami bin Wazzi bin ‘Awda bin Aram bin Qaidar bin Ishmael bin Abraham (Ibrahim)…

Source :
The King of Kingdom
Arabic Nicknames
Atlas Hadits
The History of al-Tabari
The Imam Ahmad Ibn Hambal
Ahmad bin Hambal
Ibn Saud (wikipedia)
House of Saud (wikipedia)
Abdul Aziz ibn Saud
Saudi Royal Family
‘Anizzah (wikipedia)
Anizzah (eponym of the clan of Anizzah)
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The Lineage and Family of Muhammad [pbuh]
The Genealogy of Shaykh Muhammad Bin Abd Al-Wahhaab
Regime Stability in Saudi Arabia: The Challenge of Succession

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