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Salih bin Abdullah al Humaid

Shaykh Dr. Salih Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Humaid (Makkah)
Born May 10, 1947 Age: 67
Occupation Dean of Shura college at Umm al-Qura University
Spouse(s) Fahda Bint Aziz
Children 7

Dr. Ṣāliḥ ibn ʻAbd Allāh Ibn Ḥumayd (Arabic: ابن حميد، صالح بن عبد الله‎) is an Imam and Khateeb of the Holy Mosque in Makkah Mukarramah .

His many other offices include:

  • 1. President of International Islamic Fiqh Academy
  • 2. Supreme Advisor in the Saudi Royal Diwan
  • 3. Member of High level Ulema Council, KSA
  • 4. Professor of Higher Studies in several Universities

Formerly he has held several important offices:

  • 1. President of Higher Judicial Council, KSA
  • 2. President of Saudi Majlis al Shura (Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia).[1]
  • 3. President of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques.
  • 4. Dean of the Faculty of Shariah at Um-ul-Qura University

He has also authored more than 25 important books in Islamic subjects.

References

  1. ^ Mundo, Instituto del Tercer (2008). Guia del Mundo 2009 (in Spanish). IEPALA Editorial. p. 85.  
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