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Alwaleed Alasmari

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Alwaleed Abdulrahman Alasmari
23 April, 1997
NationalitySaudi Arabia
Other namesAlasmari from House of Azd in Kingdom of Hejaz or 'Asir Region
Years active  2007 until now
Known forLord Alwaleed
Notable workMember in Royal Commission


Student of Computer and Information Technology at Jubail Industrial College
  • Sheikh Abdulrahman Al Qaddoum Alasmari (father)
  • Lady Nadia Al Muhrez Alasmari (mother)

Alwaleed Abdulrahman Alasmari (born 1997) is a son of Sheikh Abdulrahman Awad Al Qaddoum, and a younger than brother - Khalid Abdulrahman Alasmari- In 2015, he was graduated from Schools of King Abdulaziz Naval Base and continue studying at royal commission especially in Jubail Industrial College and work in the perfect major/Specialised which is Computer and Information Technology (COIT) in Saudi Arabia's . Always he spent his time to learn a new skills,ideas,reading,training(experience) and many things. His tribe “Billasmar” is from Asir Region or Abha.[1]

'Asir Country[edit | edit source]

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Asir Region
Map of Saudi Arabia with 'Asir highlighted
Map of Saudi Arabia with 'Asir highlighted
 • GovernorFaisal bin Khalid
 • Vice Governorvacant
 • Total76,693 km2 (29,611 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total1,913,392
ISO 3166-214

The region is divided into sixteen governorates (with 2010 Census populations[2]):

  1. Abha (+366,551)
  2. Muhayil (ar) (+228,979)
  3. An-Namas (+54,119)
  4. Billasmar (+34,080)
  5. Billahmar (+25,709)
  6. Balqarn (ar)
  7. Bareq (+74,391)
  8. Bishah (+205,346)
  9. Khamis Mushayt (+512,599)
  10. Rijal Alma (+65,406)
  11. Zahran Al-Janub (+63,119)
  12. Tathlith (+59,188)
  13. Sarat Abidah (+67,120)
  14. Ahad Rifaydah (+113,043)
  15. Al-Majardah (+103,531)
  16. Al-Harajah (ar)

List of governors[edit | edit source]


House of Azd[edit | edit source]

A family tree of the Qahtanites

UAE Al Maktoum UAE Al Nahyan family UAE House of Al Falasi

History of Alasmari Family[edit | edit source]

In 25 B.C. Aelius Gallus marched his legions south from Egypt on a 1,300-mile expedition to take control of the ancient overland trade routes between the Mediterranean and what is now Yemen and Hadhramaut. The Romans wanted control of those routes because they were desperate for money and hoped to raise some by capturing Marib, capital of Yemen, and taking control of the trade in incense - then a priceless commodity - and other valuable aromatics. As it turned out, however, the expedition was a disaster and little information about 'Asir emerged.

By 1920, however, ibn Saud, founder of Saudi Arabia, had begun to recoup the losses of the House of Sa'ud and to unify most of the Peninsula under his rule. As part of this campaign, he sent his Bedouin warriors also known as the Ikhwan to occupy 'Asir, and from then on 'Asir was controlled by the House of Sa'ud - a situation formalized in 1934 with the signing of the Treaty of Taif between Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Even then the region was still largely unknown to the West. In 1932, St John Philby, one of the first Europeans to explore and map the Peninsula, did enter 'Asir, but as he did not publish his observations until 1952, the area remained one of the blank spots on the world's map.

References[edit | edit source]

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  1. Alwaleed Alasmari in Social media
  2. http://www.data.gov.sa/ar/node/1729/download
  3. Mackey, Sandra. The Saudis: Inside the Desert Kingdom. Updated Edition. Norton Paperback. W. W. Norton & Company, New York. 2002 (first edition: 1987). ISBN 0-393-32417-6 pbk.
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  6. Ibn Khallikan wafayat alayan p. 524. alwarraq edition.