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Old 07-24-2007, 06:14 AM
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More obituaries for the late HM King Mohammed Zahir Shah (1914-2007)




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Old 07-25-2007, 05:23 PM
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Afghanistan buries its last king
24 Jul 2007
The funeral has taken place in Kabul of Afghanistan's last king, Mohammad Zahir Shah, who died on Monday aged 92.
Dignitaries from around the world bade farewell to the man known as the father of the nation. He was buried beside his father and wife on a hill above Kabul...
BBC NEWS | South Asia | Afghanistan buries its last king
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Old 06-01-2009, 02:27 PM
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his youngest son just got married to swiss woman...

30.05. - Hereditary Prince Mir Wais of Afghanistan married a Swiss woman at the Palazzo della Repubblica, San Marino

Courtesy Netty Royalty Page.


Why is his youngest son called hereditary Prince?

his eldest surviving son is also called Crown Prince... Which one is the Head of Household?
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I am a firm beliver of that a monarchy is the best in any country. I would hope Afghanistan will reinstate the monarchy.
Afghanistan is still indeed torn by war, but if the royal family is the focal point of the people who turn to the royal family as "guidal light" for the future, the they should reinstate it. What makes me dissapointed is that a HUGE republican nation like the US may have pushed for them not to reinstate a monarchy, which is wrong. Even though many citizens in US loves royal families, historcaly (and politicaly) the US is the embodiment of anti-monarchy.
I hope the afghan people reinstates it as it's part of what was Afghanistan before the Taliban seized the country.
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Old 04-07-2012, 04:18 AM
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Any members of the Royal Family live in Kabul?
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The engagement was announced between Prince Mohammed Fakr-ad-Din of Egypt, Prince of Sa'ed (b.5 February 1979) [son of King Fouad II of Egipt (b.1952) & his former wife, Dominique-France "Fadila" Picard (b.1948)] and Princess Noal Zaher of Afganistan (b.1980) [daughter of Prince Muhammad Daud Pashtunyar Khan (b.1949) {himself son of King Muhammad Zahir Shah of Afganistan (1914-2007) & his wife, Queen Humaira Begum (1918-2002)} & his wife Fatima Aref Zaher)] on 27 April in Istambul.

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Princess Leylâ of Afghanistan née Tarzi died in Genève, Switzerland, on 19 June 2013.

She was born on 3 September 1932 as the oldest of three children and only daughter of Colonel Abdul Tawwab Khan Tarzi (1907-1999) & his wife Zakira Begum (died 1999, youngest daughter of Captain Hafiz Faris Bey Akoglu of Damascus, Syria).
On 27 July 1958 she married Prince Ihsanu’llah Khan of Afghanistan (b.1926), fifth son of H.M. Amanullah Shah Ghazi, the King of Afganistan & his third wife, Queen Suiraya Shahzada Khanum. She is survived by him & their two sons Rahmat'ullah (b.1961) and Aman'ullah (b.1965).

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What happend with the members ? Where lives they ?
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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/05/ny...=top-news&_r=0
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In 1945, Ertogroul Osman moved into a two-bedroom walk-up apartment on the top floor of a three-story commercial building on Lexington Avenue south of 74th Street. Though it had a handsome mansard roof at the time and a prime uptown location, the stout 34-foot-wide property was practically a hovel compared with the 124-acre Yildiz Palace in old Constantinople where Mr. Osman was born and where his grandfather Abdul Hamid II ruled from 1876 to 1909. Had the empire not been dissolved, Mr. Osman would have taken the throne in 1994.

Instead he spent 64 years in the same apartment until he died in 2009 on a trip to Istanbul with his second wife, Her Imperial Highness Zeynep Osman, who had joined him on Lexington Avenue after their marriage in 1991. Like her husband, Ms. Osman’s royal family had had to flee its home in Afghanistan in the 1920s.
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Afghan princess refuses to leave $390-a-month rent controlled luxury Manhattan apartment because she has 'become accustomed to a certain lifestyle' | Mail Online
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