Muhammad bin Talāl
Beginning of his Rule
Muhammad began his rule in early 1921, after Prince Abdullah's reign ended, which signaled the end of the Emirate of Jabal Shammar. Ibn Saud|Abdul Aziz Al-Saud made it his goal to include Ha'il, and by extension, the rest of the territory occupied by Jabal Shammar, in his nation. Muhammad Al-Talāl, the people of Ha'il, the Shammar tribe, and the Bani Tamim tribe fought several battles against the Al-Saudi forces, but King Aziz reigned triumphant, where the Kingdom of Ha'il (Jabal Shammar) joined the Saudi State.
Fall of Ha'il
Ha'il fell at the hands of King Aziz on 2 November, 1921, where upon the fall, Prince Muhammad Al-Talāl moved to Riyadh, and Musad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud|Musaed bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud married his daughter, Princess Watfa, who bore Musaed a son, Faisal bin Musaid|Faisal, who later assassinated King Faisal of Saudi Arabia|Faisal.
Muhammad bin Talāl died in Riyadh in 1954.
- ↑ ""Saudi Arabia: The Death of A Desert Monarch"". Time Magazine. 7 April 1975. Archived from the original on 10 Jan 2010.
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