Al-Ajrab, the sword of Saudi kings and imams, settled in Bahrain...


Its owner is Imam Turki bin Abdullah, and it is a Najd industry for which Diriyah is famous



The visit of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain comes as an extension of the historical relations that link the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Bahrain for more than 300 years, since the first Saudi state until today.

Among the relations between the two countries is the story of the “Ajrab Sword”, which is the sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah, founder of the second Saudi state, whose sword settled in Bahrain for 150 years before returning to Riyadh in 2010.

The sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Saud (1183 AH – 1249 AH), a Najd industry, where Diriyah was famous for that handicraft, and it is a historical possession that exists to this day, and the national symbolism of its history is realized, and the role of its owner in reviving the Saudi state once again.

The “sword of manger” was called by this name, according to most accounts, due to the presence of clear rust on its blade, and it is one of the important swords owned by the Al Saud family, the institution of the Saudi state, like many Arab and Islamic families that were famous for a number of types of swords, including: Daban, Khurasan, Arqban, Al-Bassam, and Bshiman.

Imam Turki bin Abdullah has a long poem in the local dialect known in the Arabian Peninsula, which he said 200 years ago, in which he mentioned his sword with pride and a sign of strength, the beginning of which is:

Cree flew away from my eyes and ran away
I got oil from my sleep, my emergency came to me

until he said:
The day that each of his brothers departed
I put (the mangy) for my brother Mubari

Where he described him as “Al-Khoei”, meaning the companion who accompanied him in his prayers and tours until the historic victory was achieved.

Al-Ajrab sword passed from Imam Turki bin Abdullah after his death to his son Imam Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah, and then to his sons after him until he settled in the State of Bahrain, and remained there for 150 years, until King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa handed him over to King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – may God have mercy on him – during the latter’s visit to Manama in 2010 AD, after the ruling Al Khalifa family kept him for a long period of time.

And in the year 2015 AD, the sons of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz – may God have mercy on him – gifted the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz the “Ajrab Sword”; After assuming the reins of power as king of the country, Al-Ajrab remained a national symbol inherited by the rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for more than 200 years.

“Al-Ajrab” is the sword of Saudi kings and imams.. He settled in Bahrain 150 years ago and returned to Riyadh 11 years ago
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2021-12-10

The visit of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain comes as an extension of the historical relations that link the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Bahrain for more than 300 years, since the first Saudi state until today.

Among the relations between the two countries is the story of the “Ajrab Sword”, which is the sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah, founder of the second Saudi state, whose sword settled in Bahrain for 150 years before returning to Riyadh in 2010.

The sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Saud (1183 AH – 1249 AH), a Najd industry, where Diriyah was famous for that handicraft, and it is a historical possession that exists to this day, and the national symbolism of its history is realized, and the role of its owner in reviving the Saudi state once again.

The “sword of manger” was called by this name, according to most accounts, due to the presence of clear rust on its blade, and it is one of the important swords owned by the Al Saud family, the institution of the Saudi state, like many Arab and Islamic families that were famous for a number of types of swords, including: Daban, Khurasan, Arqban, Al-Bassam, and Bshiman.

Imam Turki bin Abdullah has a long poem in the local dialect known in the Arabian Peninsula, which he said 200 years ago, in which he mentioned his sword with pride and a sign of strength, the beginning of which is:

Cree flew away from my eyes and ran away
I got oil from my sleep, my emergency came to me

until he said:
The day that each of his brothers departed
I put (the mangy) for my brother Mubari

Where he described him as “Al-Khoei”, meaning the companion who accompanied him in his prayers and tours until the historic victory was achieved.

Al-Ajrab sword passed from Imam Turki bin Abdullah after his death to his son Imam Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah, and then to his sons after him until he settled in the State of Bahrain, and remained there for 150 years, until King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa handed him over to King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – may God have mercy on him – during the latter’s visit to Manama in 2010 AD, after the ruling Al Khalifa family kept him for a long period of time.

And in the year 2015 AD, the sons of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz – may God have mercy on him – gifted the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz the “Ajrab Sword”; After assuming the reins of power as king of the country, Al-Ajrab remained a national symbol inherited by the rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for more than 200 years.

December 10, 2021 – Jumada al-Awwal 6, 1443

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Its owner is Imam Turki bin Abdullah, and it is a Najd industry for which Diriyah is famous

The visit of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain comes as an extension of the historical relations that link the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Bahrain for more than 300 years, since the first Saudi state until today.

Among the relations between the two countries is the story of the “Ajrab Sword”, which is the sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah, founder of the second Saudi state, whose sword settled in Bahrain for 150 years before returning to Riyadh in 2010.

The sword of Imam Turki bin Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Saud (1183 AH – 1249 AH), a Najd industry, where Diriyah was famous for that handicraft, and it is a historical possession that exists to this day, and the national symbolism of its history is realized, and the role of its owner in reviving the Saudi state once again.

The “sword of manger” was called by this name, according to most accounts, due to the presence of clear rust on its blade, and it is one of the important swords owned by the Al Saud family, the institution of the Saudi state, like many Arab and Islamic families that were famous for a number of types of swords, including: Daban, Khurasan, Arqban, Al-Bassam, and Bshiman.

Imam Turki bin Abdullah has a long poem in the local dialect known in the Arabian Peninsula, which he said 200 years ago, in which he mentioned his sword with pride and a sign of strength, the beginning of which is:

Cree flew away from my eyes and ran away
I got oil from my sleep, my emergency came to me

until he said:
The day that each of his brothers departed
I put (the mangy) for my brother Mubari

Where he described him as “Al-Khoei”, meaning the companion who accompanied him in his prayers and tours until the historic victory was achieved.

Al-Ajrab sword passed from Imam Turki bin Abdullah after his death to his son Imam Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah, and then to his sons after him until he settled in the State of Bahrain, and remained there for 150 years, until King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa handed him over to King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – may God have mercy on him – during the latter’s visit to Manama in 2010 AD, after the ruling Al Khalifa family kept him for a long period of time.

And in the year 2015 AD, the sons of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz – may God have mercy on him – gifted the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz the “Ajrab Sword”; After assuming the reins of power as king of the country, Al-Ajrab remained a national symbol inherited by the rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for more than 200 years.

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