Photos: How Saudi King Was Buried Today

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There were no golden carriages. Friday’s funeral of Saudi
Arabia’s King Abdullah was a relatively simple affair in line with the austere
form of Islam practiced by one of the world’s wealthiest ruling families,
nbcnews reports.
The body of the former custodian of Islam’s two holiest
cities, Mecca and Medina, was bathed according to Islamic ritual. The late
ruler, whose net worth has been estimated at around $20 billion, was then
wrapped in two pieces of plain white cloth; the standard shroud for all
Muslims.

Nothing out of the ordinary was done to King Abdullah’s
body.
It was later taken to the Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand
Mosque in the capital Riyadh for the funeral prayers at around 3:15 p.m. (7:15
a.m. ET). In line with codes that dictate that a tribal chieftain be accessible
to everyone in his community, the ceremony was open to the public. Women were
able to attend, sitting in the women’s section of the mosque.

After the funeral, Abdullah’s shrouded body was carried on a
board, taken to Al Oud cemetery and laid to rest in an unmarked grave.

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