“Throw me under the Sufyan family tree” … a saying to the “founder” here is her story

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Documentation from the “circuit” of the site and a return to historical memory 160 years

The “King Abdulaziz House” brought back history to 160 years ago, specifically that spot that was known for the sweetness of water, and was a place for relaxation of the founding king, “Abdulaziz Al Saud,” may God rest his soul, who said at the time his famous saying “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

Al-Darah, which was known as the “Memory of the Nation,” shed light on the so-called “Hassi Al-Sufyan”, which is located in the city of Riyadh, specifically in the Sayah neighborhood, and was on the way from the imam, “Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah” – may God have mercy on him – to the sons of Nasser bin Ibrahim Al-Sufyan, and its history according to the document goes back to 1282 AH.

In the details of her historical memory, she said: Previously, the pilgrims’ route used to come via “Al-Ha’ir or Harimla”, as well as the “Qiddiya” road, which is considered a passage for the pilgrims in Riyadh on their feet, before Imam “Faisal bin Turki” at the time – together with the notables of the capital – thought about Fatah. A camel road on the Qiddiya road, and this matter lasted for more than 5 years.

She added: Imam “Faisal bin Turki” ordered that a place be chosen for the pilgrims to supply water, so the choice fell on “Hassi Al Sufyan,” so the imam bought the site from his minister, “Abdullah Al Zahifi” and handed it to “Al Sufyan” so that they would supervise and direct it. Water is for pilgrims, and after a period of time it became planted and owned by those who bought it for them, and his sons inherited it after him.

“Al-Dara” continued its story: “Al-Hassi” was known for the sweetness of the water, and the people of Riyadh used to return to it, and it became a watering water for them. Indeed, the late Imam “Abd al-Rahman” – may God have mercy on him – did not drink except from this well. Where he sends one of his workers daily to fill in the four so-called “proximity”, and return to his residence. “She concluded by saying:” Indeed, King Abdulaziz – may God rest his soul – used to frequent this area, and when someone asked him about his location, he would say in his own dialect. ” Colloquial: “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

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“Throw me under the Sufyan family tree” … a saying to the “founder” here is her story

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The “King Abdulaziz House” brought back history to 160 years ago, specifically that spot that was known for the sweetness of water, and was a place for relaxation of the founding king, “Abdulaziz Al Saud,” may God rest his soul, who said at the time his famous saying “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

Al-Dara, which was known as “The Memory of the Nation,” shed light on the so-called “Hassi Al-Sufyan”, which is located in the city of Riyadh, specifically in the Sayah neighborhood, and was on the way from the imam, “Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah” – may God have mercy on him – to the sons of Nasser bin Ibrahim Al-Sufyan, and its history according to the document goes back to 1282 AH.

In the details of her historical memory, she said: Previously, the pilgrims’ route used to come via “Al-Ha’ir or Harimla”, as well as the “Qiddiya” road, which is considered a passage for the pilgrims in Riyadh on their feet, before Imam “Faisal bin Turki” at the time – together with the notables of the capital – thought about Fatah. A camel road on the Qiddiya road, and this matter lasted for more than 5 years.

She added: Imam “Faisal bin Turki” ordered that a place be chosen for the pilgrims to supply water, so the choice fell on “Hassi Al Sufyan,” so the imam bought the site from his minister, “Abdullah Al Zahifi” and handed it to “Al Sufyan” so that they would supervise and direct it. Water is for pilgrims, and after a period of time it became planted and owned by those who bought it for them, and his sons inherited it after him.

“Al-Dara” continued its story: “Al-Hassi” was known for the sweetness of the water, and the people of Riyadh used to return to it, and it became a watering water for them. Indeed, the late Imam “Abd al-Rahman” – may God have mercy on him – did not drink except from this well. Where he sends one of his workers daily to fill in the four so-called “proximity”, and return to his residence. “She concluded by saying:” Indeed, King Abdulaziz – may God rest his soul – used to frequent this area, and when someone asked him about his location, he would say in his own dialect. ” Colloquial: “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

29 September 2020 – 12 Safar 1442

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Documentation from the “circuit” of the site and a return to historical memory 160 years

The “King Abdulaziz House” brought back history to 160 years ago, specifically that spot that was known for the sweetness of water, and was a place for relaxation of the founding king, “Abdulaziz Al Saud,” may God rest his soul, who said at the time his famous saying “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

Al-Dara, which was known as “The Memory of the Nation,” shed light on the so-called “Hassi Al-Sufyan”, which is located in the city of Riyadh, specifically in the Sayah neighborhood, and was on the way from the imam, “Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah” – may God have mercy on him – to the sons of Nasser bin Ibrahim Al-Sufyan, and its history according to the document goes back to 1282 AH.

In the details of her historical memory, she said: Previously, the pilgrims’ route used to come via “Al-Ha’ir or Harimla”, as well as the “Qiddiya” road, which is considered a passage for the pilgrims in Riyadh on their feet, before Imam Faisal bin Turki at the time – with his notables in the capital – thought about Fatah A camel road on the Qiddiya road, and this matter lasted for more than 5 years.

She added: Imam “Faisal bin Turki” ordered that a place be chosen for the pilgrims to supply water, so the choice fell on “Hassi Al Sufyan,” so the imam bought the site from his minister, “Abdullah Al Zahifi” and handed it to “Al Sufyan” so that they would supervise and direct it. Water is for pilgrims, and after a period of time it became planted and owned by those who bought it for them, and his sons inherited it after him.

“Al-Dara” continued its story: “Al-Hassi” was known for the sweetness of the water, and the people of Riyadh used to return to it, and it became a watering water for them. Indeed, the late Imam “Abd al-Rahman” – may God have mercy on him – did not drink except from this well. Where he sends one of his workers daily to fill in the four so-called “proximity”, and return to his residence. “She concluded by saying:” Indeed, King Abdulaziz – may God rest his soul – used to frequent this area, and when someone asked him about his location, he would say in his own dialect. ” Colloquial: “Throw me under the Sufyan tree.”

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