Aliya bint Ali
|Aliya bint Ali|
|Queen of Iraq|
|Queen of Iraq|
|Tenure||25 January 1934 - 4 April 1939|
|Predecessor||Huzaima bint Nasser|
|Spouse||Ghazi of Iraq|
|Issue||Faisal II of Iraq|
|House||House of Hashemite|
|Father||Ali of Hejaz|
|Mother||Nefissa bint Abd al-Ilah|
|Died||December 21, 1950
|Burial||Royal Mausoleum, Adhamiyah|
Aliya bint Ali of Hejaz (1911 – December 21, 1950), was an Arabian princess and a queen consort of Iraq. She was the spouse of king Ghazi of Iraq and the queen mother of Faisal II of Iraq. She was the last queen of Iraq.
- Faisal II, King of Iraq - born May 2, 1935 died July 14, 1958.
Queen Aliya eventually separated from king Ghazi. When Ghazi died in a car crash on 4 April 1939, the politician Nuri as-Said was widely suspected of being implicated in his death. At the royal funeral crowds chanted: “You will answer for the blood of Ghazi, Nuri.” Nuri was suspected to have been in contact with queen Aliya and plotted with the brother of the queen, 'Abd al-Ilah, to depose the king  Nuri supported the accession of 'Abd al-Ilah as regent for Ghazi’s successor, Faisal II, who was still a minor. The new regent was initially susceptible to Nuri’s influence. As her son, the last monarch of Iraq, did not marry, Aliya was the last queen of Iraq.
- "IRAQ – Resurgence In The Shiite World – Part 8 – Jordan & The Hashemite Factors". APS Diplomat Redrawing the Islamic Map. 2005.
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Aliya bint AliBorn: 1911 1950
Huzaima bint Nasser
|Queen of Iraq
Title next held byKingdom abolished in 1958