Prince Faisal passes away



JEDDAH: ARAB NEWS

Published — Wednesday 7 November 2012

Last update 7 November 2012 1:50 am

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Riyadh Gov. Prince Sattam yesterday joined several princes and a large number of ordinary citizens in a funeral prayer for Prince Faisal bin Abdullah bin Nasser, former president of Riyadh Club, who died on Monday.
Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh led the prayer, which was attended by Deputy Riyadh Gov. Prince Muhammad bin Saad, Jazan Gov. Prince Muhammad bin Nasser and PME chief Prince Turki bin Nasser.
Prince Nawaf bin Faisal, head of the Youth Welfare Presidency, expressed his condolences on Prince Faisal’s death and commended his contributions to sports and Riyadh Club.

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