Hamdan of Abbasid

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Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Rashid
King of Abbasid
Reign 17 November 2013 – present
Coronation 17 November 2013
Predecessor Hussein bin Talal
Heir apparent Saeed bin Nasser
Prime Ministers Mansour Reza
Spouse Rania Al Saeed
(deceased)
Issue
Prince Saeed
Princess Aisha
Prince Saif
Full name
Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Rashid
House House of Al Rashid
Father Zayed II of Abbasid
Mother Yasmin al-Nabul
Born (1982-11-14) 14 November 1982 (age 35)
Okashi, Okaiken
Religion Sunni Islam

Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Rashid (Kabier: عبد الله الثاني بن الحسين‎; born 30 January 1962) is the reigning King of Abbasid. He ascended the throne on 17 November 2013 upon the abdication of his father King Zayed II. King Hamdan is a member of the Bani Yousef family, which extends throughout the Kabier Peninsula.

Early life

Sheikh Hamdan is one of King Zayed II 12 children and his first son. His mother is Sheikha Yasmin al-Nabul, the second wife of King Zayed II. Hamdan was born on 14 November 1982, while the Al Rashid Royal Family was in exile in Okaiken, following a coup let by his uncle, Faisal.

Hamdan began his schooling in Okashi, and later attended the Waseda University, where he studied politics. Prior to becoming King of Abbasid, Hamdan served in the Royal Abbasidi Air Force for two years, before ending his service in 2009.

King of Abbasid

Politics as King

Democracy in Abbasid

Successor

Family and personal life

Titles, Honours and Awards

Published works

Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Rashid (Kabier: عبد الله الثاني بن الحسين‎; born 30 January 1962) is the reigning King of Abbasid. He ascended the throne on 17 November 2013 upon the abdication of his father King Zayed II. King Hamdan is a member of the Bani Yousef family, which extends throughout the Kabier Peninsula.

Early life

Sheikh Hamdan is one of King Zayed II 12 children and his first son. His mother is Sheikha Yasmin al-Nabul, the second wife of King Zayed II. Hamdan was born on 14 November 1982, while the Al Rashid Royal Family was in exile in Okaiken, following a coup let by his uncle, Faisal.

Hamdan began his schooling in Okashi, and later attended the Waseda University, where he studied politics. Prior to becoming King of Abbasid, Hamdan served in the Royal Abbasidi Air Force for two years, before ending his service in 2009.

King of Abbasid

Politics as King

Democracy in Abbasid

Successor

Family and personal life

Titles, Honours and Awards

Published works