Meshal bin Abdul Aziz
Prince Mishaal Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (26 Safar 1345 AH / September 5, 1926 -), Chairman of the Allegiance Commission in Saudi Arabia. Is the fourteenth son of sons of King Abdul Aziz males.
Born in Riyadh, he loved politics and aviation from a young age, and it was Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud and his father, who became king in 1351 decided his training on the war in 1353 AH and was 8 years old.
Appointed by his father, King Abdul Aziz Al Saud in 1364 his deputy defense minister, and remained in that position until the death of his brother, Defense Minister Prince Mansour in 1370 his father and set it and the defense minister to replace him. After the death of his father was appointed as Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Education, and has been working with Prince Fahd bin Abdul Aziz, and remained in that position until after he left Prince Fahd. In 1382, he was reappointed as Minister of Defense and Aviation, and remained there for a short period. And then appointed governor of Mecca.
In 1389 appointed Prince Khaled bin Abdul Aziz, head of the Tourism Authority, where he remained until 1414, and then appointed by King Fahd adviser to him and stayed assume this position until 1426 when he decided the political left and a full-time to his personal life and his business, where he has several projects in the Kingdom the most famous torch Holding Group, as he presides over the Council Ballnaarz management Holding. On December 10, 2007, King Abdullah appointed chief of Allegiance.
The Royal Court of Saudi Arabia announced in an official statement of his death on Wednesday, 7 Shaaban 1438 AH, corresponding to 3 May 2017. He was prayed for by the prayer of the dead after the evening prayer on Thursday, 8 Sha’ban 1438 H corresponding to May 4, 2017 at the Sacred Mosque in Makkah. Salman bin Abdulaziz and a number of princes.