Who is the Iraqi young man who married the daughter of the Sultan of Brunei in a ceremony that lasted 7 days and nights

The wedding of the daughter of the Sultan of Brunei, Princess Fadela Lupol, occupied social networking sites, and turned into the talk of the hour in the world due to its exceptional magnitude, and its many and legendary details, which lasted for a whole week, day and night.

 But the thing that raised the Arab communication platforms greatly is that the husband of the daughter of Sultan Brunei is an Iraqi young man, and according to the British newspaper "Daily Mail", the daughter of the Sultan of Brunei married the Iraqi young man, Abdullah Nabil Mahmoud al-Hashimi.

 The name of this young man and the search for his identity became the main concern of search engines, and according to the few information about the young man, he is Abdullah Al-Hashemi from the Mosul family, and among the most famous figures in the family are Yassin and Taha Al-Hashemi, the prime ministers of Iraq and the chief of staff of the Iraqi army.

Abdullah's father is Nabil Al-Hashemi, and has been a professor at the University of Brunei for 19 years.

Princess Fadila, a graduate of Kingston University, the ninth of the Sultan's twelve children, the captain of the Brunei national netball team and a healthcare activist.

One of the ceremony was held at the Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque in Brunei, while another ceremony was held in a pure gold-plated palace.

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