Mohammed bin Salman
|Age||37 years (.2022)|
|Height||6 feet 0 inches|
|Profession||Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia|
|Weight||65 kg – 143 lbs|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Parent’s Family
|Father||Salman of Saudi Arabia|
|Mother||Fahda bint Falah Al Hithlain|
|Brother||Khalid bin Salman Al Saud, Saud Bin Salman Al Saud, ….|
|Sister||Hassa bint Salman Al Saud|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Relationship
|Affairs/Girlfriend||name yet to be uploaded|
|Wife/Spouse||Sara bint Mashour Al Saud (m. 2008)|
|Sons||Abdulaziz bin Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Salman Bin Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud, Mashour bin Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud|
|Daughter||Nora Bint Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud, Fahdah Bint Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud|
Mohammed bin Salman’s BioData
|Real Name||Mohammed bin Salman|
|Nick Name||Muhammed bin Sulman|
|Famous||Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia|
|Date of Birth||31 August 1985|
|Hometown||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Hobbies||Traveling, playing cricket|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Source of money
|Net worth||$18 Billion (.approx)|
|salary||$1 Billion (.approx)|
|Income||$16 Billion (.approx)|
|Appeared In||yet to be uploaded|
|Source||Source Of Income politics|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Physical fitness
|Eye color||The Color of the Eye is dark brown|
|Hair color||The Color of Hair is Black|
|body||The body Complexion is slim|
|skin colour||The Skin Color is fair|
|Body||The Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Physical state
|Birthplace||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Height F||6 feet 0 inches|
|Height m||1.83 in meter|
|Height cm||183 in centimeter|
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Mohammed bin Salman’s Qualification
|Education||Qualification Bachelor Degree in Law|
|College||college name N/A|
|University||King Saud University|
|School||school name N/A|
|Degree||Bachelor’s Degree in Law|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Address
|Town||Town name N/A|
|Ethnicity||Ethnicity name N/A|
|Address city||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Favorites
|Sports||tennis, football, basketball, cricket|
|Song||Favorites Songs N/A|
Mohammed bin Salman’s Personal Information
Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud is a Saudi Arabian politician who is the crown prince, deputy prime minister, and minister of defense of Saudi Arabia.
Mohammed bin Salman also serves as the chairman of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs and chairman of the Council of Political and Security Affairs.
Mohammed bin Salman is the seventh son of King Salman bin Abdulaziz and the eldest of six sons born to King Salman’s third wife, Fahda bint Falah Al Hithlain.
Mohammed bin Salman controls his father’s government and is considered the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia.
In June 2017 King Salman removed his nephew Muhammad bin Nayef from the position of the crown prince and appointed Mohammed bin Salman in his place.
Bin Salman rules an authoritarian regime.
There are no democratic institutions in Saudi Arabia, and elements of repression are still evident.
Human rights activists, women’s rights activists, journalists, former insiders, and dissidents are systematically repressed through tactics including torture, jailing, and killings, and bin Salman is said to use a group of assassins known as the Tiger Squad to carry out extrajudicial killings.
Mohammed bin Salman was personally linked to the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabian Washington Post columnist who had criticized the Saudi government but he has denied involvement in the killing.
Bin Salman was behind the Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen which exacerbated the humanitarian crisis and famine there.
His government has overseen a crackdown on feminists.
Bin Salman was also involved in the escalation of the Qatar diplomatic crisis, the detention of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, the start of a diplomatic spat with Canada, the arrest of Saudi princes and billionaires in November 2017, the alleged phone hack against Amazon chairman Jeff Bezos, and treason charges against his cousin and rival Muhammad bin Nayef in March 2020.
Bin Salman has touted reforms to rebrand his regime’s image internationally and within the Kingdom.
These include regulations restricting the powers of the religious police and improving women’s rights, such as the removal of the ban on female drivers in June 2018 and weakening the male-guardianship system in August 2019.
Other cultural developments under his reign include the first Saudi public concerts by a female singer, the first Saudi sports stadium to admit women, an increased presence of women in the workforce, and the opening of the country to international tourists by introducing an e-visa system, allowing foreign visas to be applied for and issued via the Internet.
The Saudi Vision 2030 program aims to diversify the country’s economy through investment in non-oil sectors including technology and tourism.
Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud was born on 31 August 1985 to Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz and his third spouse, Fahda bint Falah Al Hithlain.
Fahda is a granddaughter of Rakan bin Hithlain, who was the head of the Al Ajman tribe.
In 1915 the Al Ajman tribe, under Dhaydan’s leadership, fought against the Al Saud during which King Abdulaziz’s brother Saad bin Abdul Rahman was killed in the battle of Kanzan.
Bin Salman is the eldest among his mother’s six children and is the eighth child and seventh son of his father.
His full siblings include Turki bin Salman and Khalid bin Salman.
Prince Mohammed holds a bachelor’s degree in law from King Saud University.
After graduating from university, bin Salman spent several years in the private sector before becoming a personal aide to his father.
He worked as a consultant for the Experts Commission, working for the Saudi Cabinet.
On 15 December 2009, at the age of 24, he entered politics as a special advisor to his father when the latter was the governor of Riyadh Province.
At this time bin Salman began to rise from one position to another, such as secretary-general of the Riyadh Competitive Council, special advisor to the chairman of the board for the King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives, and a member of the board of trustees for Albir Society in the Riyadh region.
In October 2011, Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz died. Prince Salman began his ascent to power by becoming the Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence.
Mohammed bin Salman made his son Mohammed his private advisor.
In June 2012, Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz died.
Mohammed bin Salman moved up into the number two position in the hierarchy as his father became the new crown prince and first deputy prime minister.
Mohammed bin Salman soon began remaking the court in his image. On 2 March 2013, the chief of the Crown Prince Court, Prince Saud bin Nayef, was appointed governor of the Eastern Province, and bin Salman succeeded him in the post.
Mohammed bin Salman was also given the rank of minister. On 25 April 2014, bin Salman was appointed state minister.
Bin Salman’s ideology has been described as nationalist and populist, with a conservative attitude towards politics and a liberal stance on economic and social issues.
It has been heavily influenced by the views of his former adviser Saud al-Qahtani and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed.
Mohammed bin Salman’s style of ruling has been described as extremely brutal by journalist Rula Jebreal and authoritarian by Jamal Khashoggi and Theodor Winkler.
On 29 January 2015, bin Salman has named the chair of the newly established Council for Economic and Development Affairs, replacing the disbanded Supreme Economic Commission.
In April 2015, bin Salman was given control over Saudi Aramco by royal decree following his appointment as deputy crown prince.
In December 2017, bin Salman criticized the United States’ decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
In March 2018, he referred to Turkey as part of a ‘triangle of evil’ alongside Iran and Muslim Brotherhood. In 2018, he voiced his support for the Jewish homeland of Israel.
This is the first time that a senior Saudi royal has expressed such sentiments publicly.
In September 2019, bin Salman condemned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to annex the eastern portion of the occupied West Bank known as the Jordan Valley.
Under bin Salman’s leadership, Saudi Arabia strengthened its relationship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin In 2016, bin Salman signed an agreement to cooperate with Russia in global oil markets.
After bin Salman was accused of murdering Jamal Khashoggi, Putin was one of few world leaders to publicly embrace bin, Salman.
In 2021, bin Salman signed a military cooperation agreement with Russia. Bin Salman took the lead in the restructuring of Saudi Arabia’s economy, which he officially announced in April 2016 when he introduced Vision 2030, the country’s strategic orientation for the next 15 years.
Vision 2030 plans to reform Saudi’s economy towards a more diversified and privatized structure.
It details goals and measures in various fields, from developing non-oil revenues and privatization of the economy to e-government and sustainable development.
One of the major motives behind this economic restructure through Vision 2030 can be traced back to Saudi Arabia’s reliance on a rentier economy, as a limit on oil resources makes its sustainability a problem in the future.
While the country claims to own a proven reserve of 266.58 billion barrels of crude oil, Energy analyst Matthew R.
Simmons estimates the true number to be far less, as the last non-Saudi Arabian report by the General Accounting Office in 1978 only spoke of 110 billion barrels.
At the inaugural Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh in October 2017, bin Salman announced plans for the creation of Neom, a $500 billion economic zone to cover an area of 26,000 square kilometers on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast extending into Jordan and Egypt.
Neom aims to attract investment in sectors including renewable energy, biotechnology (especially genetically modified agriculture), robotics, and advanced manufacturing.
The announcement followed plans to develop a 34,000 square kilometer area across a lagoon of 50 islands on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coastline into a luxury tourism destination with laws on par with international standards.
In a further effort to boost the tourism industry, in November 2017 it was announced that Saudi Arabia would start issuing tourist visas for foreigners, beginning in 2018.
Bin Salman’s biggest bet was his plan to restore Saudi dominance in global oil markets by driving the new competition into bankruptcy, and by keeping the oil price low enough for a long enough period. Saudi Arabia persuaded OPEC to do the same.
A few small players went bankrupt, but American frackers only shut down their less-profitable operations temporarily and waited for oil prices to go up again.
Saudi Arabia, which had been spending $100 billion a year to keep services and subsidies going, had to admit defeat in November 2016.
It then cut production significantly and asked its OPEC partners to do the same.
In the last week of September 2018, bin Salman inaugurated the much-awaited $6.7bn high-speed railway line connecting Mecca and Medina, the two holiest cities of Islam.
The Haramain Express is a 450 km line traveling up to 300 km/h that can transport around 60 million passengers annually.
The commercial operations of the railway began on 11 October 2018. In October 2018, bin Salman announced that the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia’s assets were approaching $400 billion and would pass $600 billion by 2020.
A project to build Saudi Arabia’s first nuclear reactor was announced by bin Salman in November 2018.
The kingdom aims to build 16 nuclear facilities over the next 20 years.
Efforts to diversify the Saudi energy sector also include wind and solar, including a 1.8-gigawatt solar plant announced in the same month as part of a long-term project in partnership with SoftBank.
Bin Salman heads a repressive authoritarian regime in Saudi Arabia.
Human rights activists and women’s rights activists in Saudi Arabia routinely face abuse and torture by the regime.
Critics, journalists, and former insiders are tortured and killed.
The regime has targeted Saudi dissidents who are located abroad, most famously Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post, who was murdered by the regime.
Bin Salman has justified the mass arrests of human rights activists as being as necessary for enacting reforms in Saudi Arabia.
Bin Salman has increasingly consolidated power in Saudi Arabia during his tenure as leader.
He significantly restricted the powers of the Saudi religious police.
In February 2019, bin Salman defended China’s Xinjiang re-education camps for Uyghurs and Muslims, saying ‘China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extermination work for its national security.’
Bin Salman’s comments received severe criticism worldwide.
The Chinese Communist Party has imprisoned up to 2 million Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities in China’s north-western province of Xinjiang in concentration camps, where they are allegedly subjected to abuse and torture. Miqdaad Versi, the spokesperson for the Muslim Council of Britain, called bin Salman’s remarks ‘disgusting’ and defense of ‘the use of concentration camps against Uighur Muslims.’
On 6 April 2008 bin Salman married his first cousin Sara bint Mashour, a daughter of his paternal uncle Mashour bin Abdulaziz.
Prince Mohammed and Princess Sara have five children; the first four were named after their grandparents, and the fifth one is named after his great-grandfather King Abdulaziz, the founder of Saudi Arabia.
In 2018 bin Salman’s net worth was estimated at US$3.0 billion.
In 2015, bin Salman purchased the Italian-built and Bermuda-registered yacht Serene from Russian vodka tycoon Yuri Shefler for €500 million.
In 2015, he purchased the Chateau Louis XIV in France for over $300 million.
In December 2017, several sources reported that bin Salman, using his close associate Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Farhan as an intermediary, had bought the Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci: the sale in November at $450.3 million set a new record price for a work of art.
This report has been denied by the auctioneer Christie’s, the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, and the Government of the United Arab Emirates, which has announced that it is the actual owner of the painting.
The exact current location of the painting is unknown, as it has not been seen publicly since the auction.
However, it has been suggested that Bin Salman’s Serene motor yacht possibly houses the painting Salvator Mundi.
Bin Salman has traveled extensively around the world, meeting with politicians, business leaders, and celebrities.
In June 2016, he traveled to Silicon Valley and met key people in the US high-tech industry, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
In early 2018, he visited the United States, where he met with many politicians, business people, and Hollywood stars, including then-President Trump, Bill, and Hillary Clinton, Henry Kissinger, Michael Bloomberg, George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Oprah Winfrey, Rupert Murdoch, Richard Branson, Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, and Dwayne Johnson. Trump praised his relationship with bin Salman.
The prince also visited the United Kingdom, where he met with Prime Minister Theresa May, Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
On 25 December 2020, as part of the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Health’s national COVID-19 vaccination plan, the Crown Prince was shown receiving the vaccine in a video released by the Saudi Press Agency.
In December 2020, bin Salman invested money into Take-Two Interactive, Electronic Arts, and Activision Blizzard through Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund.
The investments amounted to 14.9 million shares in Activision Blizzard, 7.4 million shares in Electronic Arts, and 3.9 million shares in Take-Two Interactive. Bin Salman has stated that he grew up playing video games.
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Organization founded: MiSK Foundation
Office: Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia since 2017
Grandparents: Ibn Saud, Hussa bint Ahmed Al Sudairi
Brother: Khalid bin Salman Al Saud, Saud Bin Salman Al Saud, Sultan bin Salman Al Saud, Faisal bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Abdulaziz bin Salman, Turki Bin Salman Al Saud, Mohammed bin Salman al Saud Bandar bin Abdul Aziz-al Saud, Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Rakan Bin Salman Al Saud, Nayef Bin Salman Al Saud, Ahmed bin Salman Al Saud
Nephews: Ahmed bin Fahd Al Saud, Abdulaziz bin Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, Abdulaziz bin Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud
Great-grandparents: Abdul Rahman bin Faisal Al Saud, Ahmed bin Muhammed Al Sudairi, Sara bint Ahmed Al Sudairi, Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, Sharifa bint Ali bin Mohammed Al Suwaidi
Aunts: Al Bandari bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Sultana bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Latifa bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Seeta bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Haya bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Jawahir bint Abdulaziz, Al Jawhara bint Abdulaziz Al Saud, Luluwah bint Abdulaziz Al Saud
Bahrain: Member Exceptional Class of the Order of Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa (25 November 2018), Tunisia: Grand Cordon of the Order of the Republic (28 November 201 8), Pakistan: Nishan-e-Pakistan (18 February 2019), Oman: Civil First: Collar of the Order of Al-Hussein bin Ali (21 June 2022)
Questions About Mohammed bin Salman
How many wives do the Saudi princes have?
He had about 30 wives and fathered 36 children. Munira bint Abdullah al-sheik was the mother of King Abdullah’s eldest living son, Prince Khaled.
What did Mohammed bin Salman do?
Bin Salman was behind the Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen which exacerbated the humanitarian crisis and famine there. His government has overseen a crackdown on feminists.
Does Mohammed bin Salman have a wife?
Sara bint Mashour Al Saud
Who is the next king of KSA?
On Wednesday, Saudi King Salman appointed his 31-year-old son Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince, replacing the king’s nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, as first in line to the throne.
Is dating allowed in Saudi Arabia?
Dating in Saudi Arabia is officially illegal (even though some young people do find their way around the restrictions). Avoid spending time with people of the opposite sex in public. Public displays of affection are not allowed and can have serious consequences.