Establishment of the Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia's history spans over for nearly three centuries, and it appeared in three stages. First Saudi state began with the Alliance between Imam Mohammed Bin Saud and Imam Mohammed Bin Abdul Wahhab in 1157 A.H. (1744). The historical sources fully document the account of the establishment of the First Saudi state, the Second Saudi State, and the Third Saudi State when King Abdulaziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud – may Allah’s mercy be upon him – re-gained the control of Riyadh after a decisive battle in 1902 AD. Even today, historians acknowledge the brave and well-organized battle that accomplished this. King Abdulaziz and his countrymen then continued the journey toward unification of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing in all the present day provinces into a unified one state, for the first time in the history of the Arabian Peninsula.