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Who are the oldest Arab kings?




• Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad:


- Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah (1885 - January 29, 1950) was born on June 16, 1929, and he is the fourth son of the tenth male sons of the tenth Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah from his mother Mrs. Munira Al-Ayyar, who is the half-brother of the late Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber.
- He took office on January 29, 2006 after the National Assembly transferred the powers of Prince Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah to the Council of Ministers due to his health conditions, and members of the National Assembly unanimously sold him after he was chosen by the Council of Ministers for this position after he assumed the princely powers.

• Michel Aoun:


- Michel Aoun (born in Haret Hreik, September 30, 1933), President of the Lebanese Republic from 31 October 2016, Lebanese military and politician, president of the Free Patriotic Movement. He was the commander of the Lebanese army from June 23, 1984 to November 27, 1989, and the head of the Lebanese government that was formed in September 1988. Michel Aoun is considered the 13th president of the Lebanese Republic.
- He was appointed to the government in addition to being its chief minister of national defense and information while maintaining his military rank in the army. On October 4, 1988, he was assigned the functions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, the Ministry of National Education and Fine Arts and the Acting Ministry of Interior for the duration of the original minister's absence.


•Mahmoud Abbas:


- Mahmoud Abbas, who was nicknamed Abu Mazen (15 November 1935 -), second president of the Palestinian National Authority since January 15, 2005, and president of the Palestine Liberation Organization, and remains in the same position despite his constitutional term in office on January 9, 2009, where he extended the Central Council of the PLO His presidential term, pending presidential and legislative elections.
- He was chosen as head of the Palestine Liberation Organization to succeed President Yasser Arafat after his death on November 11, 2004. The Fatah movement nominated him in the same month to head the Palestinian Authority. He succeeded with 62.52% of the vote. And the presidential term according to Palestinian legislation is five years.
- His presidential term ended constitutionally on January 9, 2009, but he remained in office.


•Salman bin Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud :


- Salman bin Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (5 Shawwal 1354/31 December 1935) is the seventh king of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, prime minister and supreme commander of all military forces, the twenty ruler of the Al Saud family and the twenty-fifth son of the founding king Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud.
- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, pledged allegiance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Rabi` Al-Thani 3 January 1436 \ 23 January 2015, after the death of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

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