خليفة بن زايد. أين ولد الشيخ خليفة بن زايد

" On 4 January 2010, the world's tallest man-made structure, originally known as Burj Dubai, was renamed the in his honor The elections were set to take place in December 2006
He was also the chairman of the Environmental Research and Wildlife Development Agency Independence in 1971 [ ] Following the establishment of the UAE in 1971, Khalifa assumed several positions in Abu Dhabi: , head of the under his father , , and

ابناء الشيخ زايد بالترتيب

After the reconstruction of the , the Abu Dhabi Cabinet was replaced by the , and Khalifa became the 2nd 23 December 1973 and the 20 January 1974 , under his father.

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خليفة بن زايد .. رئيسا للامارات لولاية جديدة
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan 24
خليفة بن زايد .. رئيسا للامارات لولاية جديدة
Biography [ ] Early life [ ] Khalifa was born on 7 September 1948 at , , in Abu Dhabi then part of the , the eldest son of , the Emir of Abu Dhabi, and
تنفيذاً لتوجيهات خليفة بن زايد.. محمد بن زايد يأمر بصرف حزمة المنافع السكنية الثانية لمواطني أبوظبي
Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan 3
In that post, he oversaw the build up of the Abu Dhabi Defense Force, which after 1971 became the core of the In March 2011, Khalifa sent the to support the , alongside forces from , , and
In January 2014, Khalifa suffered a but was in a stable condition Knight Grand Cross with Collar of the 23 May 2008• Sheikh Khalifa succeeded his father, , as Emir of Abu Dhabi on 2 November 2004 and became the President of the UAE the next day

تنفيذاً لتوجيهات خليفة بن زايد.. محمد بن زايد يأمر بصرف حزمة المنافع السكنية الثانية لمواطني أبوظبي

On 1 February 1969, Khalifa was nominated the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and on the next day he was appointed Head of the Abu Dhabi Department of Defense.

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طلب مساعدة من مؤسسة خليفة بن زايد آل نهيان للأعمال الإنسانية
خليفة بن زايد آل نهيان
A few months later the position was handed to
سلطان بن خليفة يهنئ رئيس الدولة ونائبه ومحمد بن زايد والحكام بعيد الأضحى ‹ جريدة الوطن
He succeeded to the posts of Emir of Abu Dhabi and President of the United Arab Emirates UAE on 3 November 2004, replacing his father Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who had died the day before