Saudi Arabia’s monarchical family the Saudi Family has been ruling Saudi Arabia since 1932! Since 2015 King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is in power. The history of the family dates back to 18th century 🇸🇦 🔙 👪 !!
The Al Saud family hails from Najd, an area in central Arabia which now belongs to Saudi Arabia and is part of the larger Anazzah tribe! Established in 1700s they have been a dominant force in this region ever since they gained control 🇸🇦 👪 ️.
Muhammad bin Saud was the leader of the Al Saud tribe and unified all Saudi tribes in 1744 declaring himself to be their first King in 1744. His son Abdulaziz bin Saud followed suit becoming widely considered as the founder of modern Saudi Arabia in 1932 when he consolidated power by declaring Saudi Arabia an absolute monarchy 🇸🇦. King Saud bin Abdulaziz Al Saud followed suit in 1932 and has remained in power ever since succeeding his father’s legacy: having maintained power through three generations since 1744!
The family is a large and powerful one with many branches and with members from all over the world. The family is considered to be one of the wealthiest royal families in the world. While the family’s wealth is primarily derived from its vast oil reserves it has also invested in other industries including banking and real estate.
The Al Saud family is a monarchy and so the family members hold executive powers in the country. This includes the power to appoint the country’s leaders and to pass laws. Laws are often passed by royal decrees and can be difficult for the public to challenge or dispute . The ruling family also holds a considerable amount of economic power with much of the country’s wealth being held and managed by members of the family.
The Al Saud family has a significant impact on Saudi Arabia’s religious and cultural life. Adhering to Sunni Islam they are heavily responsible for upholding strict Islamic regulations throughout the country – particularly those regarding women and religious minorities.
The Al Saud family’s influence is not without controversy. Human rights groups have criticized the country’s rights record, including the lack of political, and religious freedoms, the lack of accountability of the ruling family, and the lack of rights for women, and religious minorities.
The Al Saud family also has a reputation for being relatively closed off and private. Family members seldom interact with the public and rarely make public appearances 👪. They also rarely speak to the press keeping their activities and decisions largely hidden from the public eye.
The Saudi family is a long-standing and powerful force in Saudi Arabia and the region 🇸🇦 ️ 👪. While their influence has been heavily criticized in recent years the family has a long and complex history that has shaped the country and the region 👪 ️. . .
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