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PRINCE FAISAL BIN ABDULLAH BIN ABDULAZIZ APPOINTED CHIEF OF SAUDI RED CRESCENT
Published in Saudi Press Agency on 20 - 11 - 2006

UPON RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MINISTER OF HEALTH, PRINCE FAISAL BIN ABDULLAH BIN ABDULAZIZ WAS APPOINTED CHIEF OF THE SAUDI RED CRESCENT AT THE RANK OF MINISTER, A ROYAL ORDER SAID HERE TODAY.
A GRADUATE OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN LONDON IN 1983, PRINCE FAISAL COMPLETED A SPECIAL COURSE IN SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE STUDIES WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN 1988.
BACK TO THE KINGDOM, HE WAS APPOINTED DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION AT THE NATIONAL GUARD IN 1991. HE SERVED AT THE COMMAND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD UNTIL 2000 WHEN HE WAS APPOINTED ADVISOR TO THE CHIEF OF GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, A POST HE WAS KEEPING UNTIL TODAY'S ROYAL ORDER APPOINTING HIM CHIEF OF SAUDI RED CRESCENT.


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