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Saturday, 24 January 2015

WHATS NOW ? BREAKING NEWS'''SAUDI ARABIA WAMZIKA KING WAO ''KING ADBULLAH'' SO SAD'' HAKUNA KISICHO NA MWISHO''


Saudi King Abdullah was buried in an unmarked grave in Riyadh following his funeral this afternoon, less than a day after he died
Saudi King Abdullah was buried in an unmarked grave in Riyadh following his funeral this afternoon, less than a day after he died''
The body of King Abdullah has been buried in an unmarked grave in Riyadh less than 24 hours after his death plunged Saudi Arabia into mourning.
Family, friends and dignitaries from the Arab world crowded around the grave to pay their final respects after the monarch's funeral this afternoon. 
King Abdullah's body was shrouded in a simple cloth as he was carried into the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh on a stretcher.
The royal died last night aged 90 after losing his battle with pneumonia and was buried in an unmarked grave, in keeping with Muslim traditions.
Tens of thousands gathered in the capital and Mecca to pay their respects, with Prince Charles set to visit the oil-rich Kingdom on behalf of the Queen to offer his condolences.  
 Thousands gathered in Mecca as King Abdullah was laid to rest in Riyadh after losing battle with pneumonia at the age of 90
 Thousands gathered in Mecca as King Abdullah was laid to rest in Riyadh after losing battle with pneumonia at the age of 90''
Family, friends and dignitaries from the Arab world crowded around the grave to pay their final respects following the monarch's funeral
Family, friends and dignitaries from the Arab world crowded around the grave to pay their final respects following the monarch's funeral''
Tens of thousands gathered in Riyadh and Mecca to pay their respects, while foreign leaders congregated in the Saudi capital for the funeral
Tens of thousands gathered in Riyadh and Mecca to pay their respects, while foreign leaders congregated in the Saudi capital for the funeral''
Mourners crowd around the grave of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, with some taking pictures on mobile phones, at the Al-Od cemetary
Mourners crowd around the grave of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, with some taking pictures on mobile phones, at the Al-Od cemetary''
A member of the Saudi security forces stands guard as mourners pray at the grave of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah at the Al-Od cemetary
A member of the Saudi security forces stands guard as mourners pray at the grave of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah at the Al-Od cemetary''
 Abdullah's death was confirmed on state television yesterday with channels cutting to Koranic verses, which only happens following the death of a senior royal.
His funeral took place in Riyadh, where, in keeping with Muslim traditions, Abdullah's body was shrouded in a simple cloth as he was carried in by men wearing red-and-white checked headgear. 
He was then buried in an unmarked grave, in a ceremony believed to show humility and respect for Allah.
Abdullah's predecessors and late half brothers have also been interred in unmarked graves, both in the al-Aoud cemetery where Abdullah will be buried and in other graveyards in other cities.
Prayers for Abdullah were led by King Salman, 79, who has succeeded his half-brother as King of Saudi Arabia.
The funeral was attended by Muslim heads of state and other senior figures, including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. 
Saudi King Salman pledged on Friday to maintain existing energy and foreign policies then quickly moved to appoint younger men as his heirs 
Saudi King Salman pledged on Friday to maintain existing energy and foreign policies then quickly moved to appoint younger men as his heirs ''
The body of Saudi King Abdullah, laid on a prayer mat, is carried into the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh during his funeral
The body of Saudi King Abdullah, laid on a prayer mat, is carried into the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh during his funeral''
The body of King Abdullah was carried into the mosque as his funeral began, less than 24 hours after Saudi Arabia was plunged into mourning 
The body of King Abdullah was carried into the mosque as his funeral began, less than 24 hours after Saudi Arabia was plunged into mourning ''
Mourners carrying the body of King Abdullah, wrapped in a shroud, during his funeral at Riyadh's Imam Turki bin Abdullah mosqu
Mourners carrying the body of King Abdullah, wrapped in a shroud, during his funeral at Riyadh's Imam Turki bin Abdullah mosqu''
The body of King Abdullah, who died early in the morning and was replaced by his half-brother Salman, is held high by mourners at the funeral
The body of King Abdullah, who died early in the morning and was replaced by his half-brother Salman, is held high by mourners at the funeral''
His funeral takes place after Saudi state TV reported King Abdullah died at the age of 90 - plunging the country into mourning
His funeral takes place after Saudi state TV reported King Abdullah died at the age of 90 - plunging the country into mourning''
 Also in attendance were Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa, the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani, and Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah.
However, President Abdel Fatteh al-Sisi of Egypt, one of Abdullah's closest allies, was unable to attend due to poor weather preventing his departure from the Davos World Economic Forum.
Non-Muslim dignitaries will visit the new monarch and crown prince and other members of the Al Saud dynasty in the coming days.
Prince Charles, on behalf of the Queen, will also visit Saudi Arabia in the coming days to offer his condolences, Clarence House announced.
In a mark of respect, Buckingham Palace lowered its flag to half-mast. 
Following evening prayers, the new King Salman and Crown Prince Muqrin was set to receive pledges of allegiance from other ruling family members, Wahhabi clerics, tribal chiefs, leading businessmen and other Saudi subjects.
The body of King Abdullah was shrouded in a simple cloth after being carried in to the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh
The body of King Abdullah was shrouded in a simple cloth after being carried in to the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh''
Dozens of mourners attended the funeral prayer of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on January 23
Dozens of mourners attended the funeral prayer of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on January 23''
Leaders and mourners attend the funeral of Saudi King Abdullah at Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh
Leaders and mourners attend the funeral of Saudi King Abdullah at Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh''
His body was shrouded in a simple cloth as he was carried from the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh on a stretcher
His body was shrouded in a simple cloth as he was carried from the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque in Riyadh on a stretcher''
The king's body was carried outside the mosque past the huge crowd of mourners and dignitaries on a stretcher carried by a group of men
The king's body was carried outside the mosque past the huge crowd of mourners and dignitaries on a stretcher carried by a group of men''
Abdullah's death was confirmed on state television  with channels cutting to Koranic verses - only used following the death of a senior royal
Abdullah's death was confirmed on state television with channels cutting to Koranic verses - only used following the death of a senior royal''
Death: Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz died last night aged 90 following a battle with pneumonia
Death: Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz died last night aged 90 following a battle with pneumonia''
ILA HUKO SAUDIA NI SHIDA KWA WALE WAPENDA MAGARI '' MBUTA NANGA''
Sasa sijui ni nani aliweka hiyo sheria Saudi Arabia Wanawake wasiruhusiwe kuendesha magari '' sasa kule kungenifaa mimi maana sipendi magari na kuendesha magari mimi huona kama ni WANAUME PEKE YAO NDIYO HUTAKIWA KUENDESHA MAGARI'' KUMAMAMBI UPO APA EEEE'' Sasa na hawa WANAWAKE WASAUDIA UTAWAAMBIAJE ? YANI USIONE MAGARI MKUNDU UKAKUPASUKA ''MAMA BABOON TULIA LEA SOKWE WAKO ''WACHA WIVU WA MAENDELEO YA WENZAKO'' YANI WEWE ANDIKA KITABU KIZIMA UTAISHIA KUTUFANYIA KAZI BURE BILA MSHAHARA'' HHAHAHHAAA''
BORA YEYE KAFARIKI NA MIAKA 90 ''..UKAPUMZIKE KWA AMANI KING WA WENYEWE'' 

HEBU TIZAMA PICHA HIZI HAPA CHINI AKIWA NA HAWA MARAISI WA MAREKANI ''ALAFU HUTOKOSA JIBU'' WACHA YOUR JIBU HAPA''
President George W. Bush and King Abdullah, pictured during the former president's visit to Saudi Arabia in 2008
President George W. Bush and King Abdullah, pictured during the former president's visit to Saudi Arabia in 2008
For the next three years, security forces battled militants, finally forcing them to flee to neighboring Yemen. 
There, they created a new al-Qaida branch, and Saudi Arabia has played a behind-the-scenes role in fighting it.
Personally, King Abdullah 'retained a love of the desert, along with a love of horsemanship' throughout his life, according to the the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia.
He is also said to have loved to read, establishing two libraries - the King Abdulaziz Library in Riyadh, and one in Casablanca, Morocco. 
Paying tribute to the late King, Saudi Arabian Princess Ameerah al-Taweel tweeted: 'A king that was not feared but loved by the Saudi people and the entire Muslim population.
'We did not lose a king today, we all lost a father.'
King Abdullah was admitted to the King Abdulaziz Medical City of the National Guard in Riyadh in December to undergo medical tests, according to state media.
The royal court earlier this month said the king was suffering from pneumonia and had temporarily needed help to breathe through a tube, but that the procedure was successful.
His death was rumoured earlier today, however a member of the royal family took to social media to say reports of his death were premature.
'All that is being reported about King Abdullah's death is far from the truth,' Ibrahem al-Rawsa, identified as a journalist at state-run Saudi Press Agency, wrote on his Twitter account. 
The late Saudi king - pictured here with President Obama in 2010 - had been in hospital since December
The late Saudi king - pictured here with President Obama in 2010 - had been in hospital since December''

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