The ‘Sleeping Prince’ Moved Home

  February 3, 2016 at 6:41 pm by

Saudi Prince Khalid bin Talal Al Saud has decided recently to transfer his ill son, Prince Al Waleed bin Khaled, home after spending ten years receiving treatment at a specialist hospital in Riyadh.

Prince Al Waleed, who is the eldest son of Prince Khalid, suffered traumatic injury following a traffic accident, causing him to be in a coma for a decade. His mother is Princess Jazzi, the daughter of the late King Saud bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia.

The Prince is known in the Arab press as the “Sleeping Prince”, referring to his medical condition. Since the tragic accident, he has been lying in hospital under the help of life support machines surrounded by the love and care of his family.

Although doctors said the young Prince is suffering from a rare medical condition of brain death, his parents have refused to stop the life support machines. They are hoping and praying for their beloved son to recover soon.

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5 Responses to The ‘Sleeping Prince’ Moved Home

  1. Shamsi says:

    From a mother to another, I hope he wakes up one day in good health

  2. Natalya says:

    May the Sleeping Prince recover to the greatest consolation of His Highness’ family .

  3. Abdullah aban says:

    These 10 days will be fully devoted in prayers….and from my bottom my heart I will pray for the prince recover to greatest consolation of his Highness’s family…May Allah accept our prayers…

  4. Ayisha says:

    May Allah show him mercy and grant him with his life and his family. May Allah pay heed to all good prayers for him and give him health again.

  5. Kebba Gaye says:

    Just read this sad story and can’t sleep again, devoting a lot of daily prayers for his recovery. May Allah wake him speedily amen.

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