Mishari bin Abdul Aziz
Prince Mishari Bin Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (1349 1930) / May 24, 2000), the nineteenth of the sons of King Abdul Aziz, son males. It is one of the first Saudi pilots. He has not held any political office throughout his life.
Prince Mishari was born in Riyadh palace rule in the city (1349 1930), a nineteenth son of King Abdulaziz. His mother died at a young age, and the reign of King Abdulaziz upbringing to the mother of Prince Majed bin Abdulaziz. Included in education with the rest of his brothers under the confines of his father, King Abdulaziz, King Abdulaziz Me has raised him good education, in school princes famous in the presidential palace, where early scientific genius, and save parts of the Holy Quran and some of Sharia Sciences afternoon.
Due to his passion for aviation at that age, the learning aviation as the first pilot, a Saudi, and then continued aviation study in Britain and America, where he earned a year (1393 AH 1973) on the control certificate and control in aviation science from the US Air Force base -tendl- was inexperience on the number of aircraft civil and military. He mastered many foreign languages due to the large number of his travels, and where he was from his hobbies: tourism, fishing, swimming, horseback riding. It had a large library containing a large number of precious books that keen on the acquisition, collected from several countries, it has been a lover of culture, literature and poetry, especially popular. He loved his father in motion, a book tells the biography of King Abdulaziz and heroic struggle and the unification of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and called (steps over rocks).
At the end of his life suffered from an incurable disease he went on the effect of treatment in the United States, where he passed away there after long suffering with this disease. He died in 19-2- 1421 H, corresponding to May 2000 m 23, and his body was transferred to the Kingdom and pray in the Grand Mosque in Mecca, where sunnies large number of people, led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd God’s mercy and the rest of his brothers princes, the sons of King Abdul-Aziz, and was buried in Mecca, the age of upon his death nearly seventy years.