Abdullah of Pahang

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Abdullah
عبدﷲ
King Abdullah of Pahang at the Enthronement of Naruhito (1).jpg
Yang di-Pertuan Agong
Reign31 January 2019 – present
Installation30 July 2019
PredecessorMuhammad V
DeputyNazrin Shah
Prime Ministers
See list
Sultan of Pahang
Reign11 January 2019 – present
Proclamation15 January 2019
PredecessorAhmad Shah
Heir apparentTengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah
Chief MinisterWan Rosdy Wan Ismail
Personal Life
Born (1959-07-30) 30 July 1959 (age 62)
Istana Mangga Tunggal, Pekan, Pahang, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
Spouse
Issue
Names
Tengku Abdullah ibni Tengku Ahmad Shah
Regnal name
Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah [fn 1]
HouseBendahara
FatherSultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mu’azzam Shah
MotherTengku Ampuan Hajah Afzan Rahimahallah binti Almarhum Tengku Panglima Perang Tengku Muhammad
ReligionSunni Islam
SignatureAl-Sultan Abdullah signature.svg
Military career
Allegiance Malaysia
Service/branch Malaysian Army
Years of service1978–present
RankMalaysia-army-OF-10.svg Field marshal
Unit
Abdullah of Pahang
Medal record
Polo
Representing  Malaysia
SEA Games
Gold medal – first place 1983 Singapore Men's tournament[2]

Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah (Jawi: السلطان عبدﷲ رعاية الدين المصطفى بالله شاه الحاج ابن المرحوم سلطان حاج أحمد شاه المستعين بالله; listen ; born 30 July 1959) has reigned as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia and the 6th Sultan of Pahang since January 2019. He was proclaimed as sultan on 15 January 2019, succeeding his father, Sultan Ahmad Shah, whose abdication was decided at a Royal Council meeting on 11 January 2019.[3]

On 24 January 2019, days after his accession to the throne of Pahang, he was elected as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the head of state, of Malaysia,[4] and was sworn in on 31 January 2019. He was also a member of the FIFA Council from 2015 to 2019.[5] Abdullah had considerable involvement in the 2020–22 Malaysian political crisis.[6]

Early life[edit]

Tengku Abdullah was born on 30 July 1959 at Istana Mangga Tunggal, Pekan, Pahang. He is the first son of Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang and Tengku Ampuan Afzan. He is the fourth child among eight siblings. His eldest sibling is Tengku Meriam.[7][8]

Tengku Abdullah received his early education in Clifford School, Kuala Lipis in 1965. He continued his primary education in Sekolah Kebangsaan Ahmad, Pekan from 1966 to 1969 and St. Thomas Primary School and his secondary education in St. Thomas Secondary School from 1970 to 1974, both located in Kuantan. He went to Aldenham School, Elstree Hertfordshire – Advance School from 1975 to 1977. He also attended The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst from 1978 to 1979 as well as Worcester College Oxford and Queen Elizabeth College, receiving a Diploma in International Relations and Diplomacy upon his graduation in 1981.[7]

Tengku Mahkota and Regent of Pahang[edit]

Abdullah was appointed as the Tengku Mahkota, the crown prince of Pahang on 1 July 1975. He was formally installed on 23 October 1977 at Istana Abu Bakar, Pekan.[7]

He was also appointed as the Regent of Pahang twice. The first time was when his father was elected as Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, where he became Regent for five years, starting from 26 April 1979 until 25 April 1984. When his father's health deteriorated in 2016, Abdullah served again as the Regent from 28 December 2016 until he ascended the throne and became the Sultan of Pahang in 2019.[7]

Sultan of Pahang[edit]

On 15 January 2019, at the age of 59, Abdullah was proclaimed as the sixth Sultan of modern Pahang upon the abdication of his father due to ill health. The ceremony took place at Istana Abu Bakar, the official residence of the Sultan of Pahang. His reign was declared retroactively began on 11 January 2019, the day the Regency Council decided his succession.[3][9]

Upon his accession to throne of Pahang, Abdullah took the regnal title "Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah".[10] His royal consort, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Binti Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, the Tengku Puan (Crown Princess) of Pahang was proclaimed as the Tengku Ampuan (Queen consort) of Pahang on 29 January 2019.[11]

Yang di-Pertuan Agong[edit]


On 24 January 2019 Thursday, the Conference of Rulers elected Sultan Abdullah as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia to replace Sultan Muhammad V of Kelantan who abdicated weeks earlier.[4] Sultan Abdullah was sworn in as the 16th King of Malaysia on 31 January 2019 in a public ceremony as he officially took up the residency of the Istana Negara, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim.[12] The Conference of Rulers also elected Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah of Perak as the Deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong.[4]

Regarding the regency of Pahang throughout Sultan Abdullah's tenure as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the duty of ruling the state was handed to Sultan Abdullah's son, Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah, who was proclaimed as the Tengku Mahkota and Regent of Pahang on 29 January 2019.[11]

On the date of appointment, Tengku Hassanal was still pursuing his studies at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, United Kingdom. He was assisted in carrying out his duties by the Majlis Jumaah Pangkuan Diraja Negeri Pahang ('Pahang Council of Regency') led by Sultan Abdullah's eldest younger brother who is also Tengku Hassanal's uncle, Tengku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, from 15 February 2019 until his graduation on 15 December 2019.[13]

Sultan Abdullah ceremonial installation as King took place at the Throne Hall of the Istana Negara on 30 July 2019, seven months after his assumption of the throne[14] on his 60th birthday.

The installation on 30 July 2019 has yet another historical significance because Sultan Abdullah and the Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, are the children of sultans who had been previously elected as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

He holds the rank of Marshal of the Royal Malaysian Air Force in his full constitutional duties as Commander-in-Chief of the Malaysian Armed Forces as well as the ranks of Field Marshal of the Malaysian Army and Admiral of the Fleet of the Royal Malaysian Navy, in addition, he is the current Colonel-in-chief of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, having taken over the duties since his assumption to the throne, previously he acted as his father's representative to RMAF events and ceremonies twice in his capacity as Regent.

He is the chancellor of MARA University of Technology (UiTM), National Defence University of Malaysia (UPNM) and University of Kuala Lumpur (UniKL).[15][16]

Events during Kingship[edit]

As Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Abdullah has reigned at the most challenging times in Malaysian history. Sultan Abdullah's tenure as Yang di-Pertuan Agong witness the fall of Pakatan Harapan administration after the Sheraton Move incident on 21 February 2020, which eventually led to the resignation of Mahathir Mohamad as Prime Minister on 24 February 2020. To maintain political stability until the decision to appoint a new Prime Minister had been made, Sultan Abdullah asked Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to serve as Interim Prime Minister until 1 March 2020 when Muhyiddin Yassin was chosen as the new Prime Minister to succeed Tun Mahathir.

On 25 October 2020, Sultan Abdullah rejected Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's request for him to declare a state of emergency in response to a spike in COVID-19 cases throughout Malaysia.[17] On 12 January 2021, Sultan Abdullah issued a nationwide Proclamation of Emergency until 1 August to address the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and a political crisis involving Muhyiddin Yassin's Perikatan Nasional government. Under this Proclamation of Emergency, parliament and elections will be suspended while the Malaysian Government will be empowered to introduce laws without Parliamentary scrutiny and oversight.[18][19] The decision on the new administrative policies changes and the government's mismanagement in handling the Covid-19 growing cases in Malaysia provoked widespread anger among Malaysians.[20][21][22] On July 31, 2021, hundreds of protesters gathered in Kuala Lumpur calling for Muhyiddin's resignation over his government's response to the pandemic.[23][24]

On 8 July 2021, UMNO withdrew support for Muhyiddin and called for his resignation in July 2021. As a response to the call for him to resign, Muhyiddin Yassin submitted a motion of confidence to Sultan Abdullah on 4 August 2021 stating that he still had the majority support within the lower house of parliament Dewan Rakyat.[25][26]

On 15 August 2021, Muhyiddin and his cabinet submitted their resignation to Sultan Abdullah on Monday, 16 August 2021.[27] Sultan Abdullah then decided to appoint the Deputy Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri as the 9th Prime Minister of Malaysia after he had commanded the confidence of the majority in Parliament, with a total of 114 from 220 members of the Dewan Rakyat nominating him in accordance with Article 40(2)(a) and Article 43(2)(a) of the Federal Constitution. He was formally sworn in as Prime Minister at the Istana Negara on 21 August 2021.[28]

Military career[edit]

Tengku Abdullah began his military career at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the United Kingdom in 1978 as Officer Cadet. There, he became good friend with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who would later became the President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi and Zulkiple Kassim, his senior and later became the Chief of Army.[29][30] He was commissioned as Second lieutenant by Queen Elizabeth II in 1979. In 1980, he was promoted to captain and served as cavalry officer in the Royal Armoured Corps.[31] In 1987, he was promoted to Major, the Royal Armoured Corps.[32]

In 1999, he was assigned to the Territorial Army Regiment (Malay: Rejimen Askar Wataniah) and in the same time was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and one year later, in 2000, he was promoted again to Colonel.[32]

Tengku Abdullah was then promoted to Brigadier general in 2004.[32]

Family[edit]

Abdullah with his wife, Tunku Azizah in 2019

He first married at the Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque, Johor Bahru, 6 March 1986 to the third daughter of Sultan Iskandar of Johor with his first wife, Enche' Besar Kalsom binti Abdullah (née Josephine Ruby Trevorrow), Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah binti Almarhum Al-Mutawakkil Alallah Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj. She has been created Tengku Puan (title for Crown Princess) in addition to her Johor title of Paduka Puteri in 1986. She is one of the sisters of the current Sultan Ibrahim Ismail of Johor. They have four sons and two daughters together.

He married, secondly, in 1991 Julia Rais (born at Kota Bharu, Kelantan, (1971-02-19) 19 February 1971 (age 51)), a former actress and daughter of Abdul Rais, in a private ceremony at Fraser's Hill.[33] They have three daughters together.

Sons[edit]

  • a) Tengku Ahmad Iskandar Shah, born and died on 24 July 1990(1990-07-24) (aged 0), son of Tunku Azizah
  • b) Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah, the Crown Prince and Regent of Pahang, (shortly Tengku Hassanal) born at Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital, Kuantan on (1995-09-17) 17 September 1995 (age 26), son of Tunku Azizah
  • c) Tengku Muhammad Iskandar Riayatuddin Shah, the Tengku Arif Bendahara (shortly Tengku Muhammad), born on (1997-08-03) 3 August 1997 (age 24), son of Tunku Azizah
  • d) Tengku Ahmad Ismail Muadzam Shah, the Tengku Panglima Muda (shortly Tengku Ahmad), born on (2000-09-11) 11 September 2000 (age 21), twin with his sister Tengku Afzan, son of Tunku Azizah

Daughters[edit]

  • a) Tengku Puteri Iman Afzan, daughter of Julia Abdul Rais (born on (1992-11-11) 11 November 1992 (age 29) at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur. On 24 August 2018, She married Tengku Abu Bakar Ahmad Bin Almarhum Tengku Arif Bendahara Tengku Abdullah. The couple's first child, a son named Tengku Zayn Edin Shah, was born on 23 July 2019. The couple's second child, a daughter named Tengku Aleya Norlini, was born on 2 February 2022.
  • b) Tengku Puteri Ilisha Ameera, daughter of Julia Abdul Rais (born on (1993-10-01) 1 October 1993 (age 28) Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
  • c) Tengku Puteri Ilyana, daughter of Julia Abdul Rais, (born on (1997-04-20) 20 April 1997 (age 25) at Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
  • d) Tengku Puteri Afzan Aminah Hafidzatu’llah (shortly Tengku Afzan), born on (2000-09-11) 11 September 2000 (age 21), twin with her brother Tengku Ahmad, daughter of Tunku Azizah.
  • e) Tengku Puteri Jihan Azizah Athiyatullah (shortly Tengku Jihan), born on (2002-04-27) 27 April 2002 (age 20), daughter of Tunku Azizah).

Adoptive sons[edit]

Al-Sultan Abdullah also adopted a son before the birth of his own:

  • Tengku Amir Nasser Ibrahim Bin Almarhum Tengku Arif Bendahara Ibrahim, the Tengku Panglima Raja (shortly Tengku Amir), adopted in 1987. He was born on (1986-08-25) 25 August 1986 (age 35) as the youngest son of the late Tengku Arif Bendahara Ibrahim and his third wife, Czarina binti Abdullah.

Tengku Amir Nasser Ibrahim and Puteri Suraiya Afzan Binti Mohamed Moiz married on 19 December 2013. The couple's first child, a son named Tengku Adam Ibrahim Shah, was born on 27 December 2015. Their second child, a son named Tengku Sulaiman Abdullah Shah, was born 25 June 2018. Their third child, a son named Tengku Nuh Muhammad Shah was born on 31 January 2022.

Patron[edit]

He is a vice-president of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) executive committee and president of the Asian Hockey Federation. He is also the Honorary Member of International Hockey Federation (FIH).

Styles, titles and honours[edit]

Styles of
Al-Sultan Abdullah
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Reference styleHis Majesty
Spoken styleYour Majesty
Alternative styleTuanku

Styles & Titles[edit]

  • 30 July 1959 – 8 May 1974: His Highness Tengku Abdullah Ibni Tengku Ahmad Shah
  • 8 May 1974 – 1 July 1975: His Highness Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah
  • 1 July 1975 – 28 April 1979: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, Crown Prince of Pahang
  • 28 April 1979 – 25 April 1984: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, Crown Prince and Regent of Pahang
  • 25 April 1984 – 28 December 2016: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, Crown Prince of Pahang
  • 28 December 2016 – 11 January 2019: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, Crown Prince and Regent of Pahang
  • 11 January 2019 – 15 January 2019: His Royal Highness Sultan Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah
  • 15 January 2019 – 31 January 2019: His Royal Highness Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, Sultan of Pahang
  • 31 January 2019 - 22 May 2019: His Majesty Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, The 16th Yang Di-Pertuan Agong
  • 22 May 2019 – present: His Majesty Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, The 16th Yang Di-Pertuan Agong

His current official regnal name is His Majesty The Yang Di-Pertuan Agong XVI Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah, D.K.P., D.K.M, D.K., D.M.N. , S.S.A.P., S.I.M.P., D.K.(Terengganu)., D.K.(Johor)., S.P.M.J., D.K.M.B.(Brunei)., D.K.(Kedah)., D.K.(Perlis)., D.K.(Perak)., D.K (Selangor).

Military ranks[edit]

Malaysia Malaysia

Awards and recognitions[edit]

He has been awarded :[citation needed]

Honours of Pahang[edit]

Malaysia and its other states[edit]

Foreign honours[edit]

Places named after him[edit]

Several places were named after him, including:

  • Al-Sultan Abdullah Foundation Hemodialysis Cantres in Cheras Kuala Lumpur, Setiawangsa Kuala Lumpur and Pekan Pahang
  • Al-Sultan Abdullah Mosque in Masjid Tanah, Malacca
  • Tengku Mahkota Abdullah Mosque in Jerantut, Pahang
  • Tengku Mahkota Abdullah Mosque in Rompin, Pahang
  • Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Mosque in Balok, Pahang
  • Tengku Abdullah Science School (SEMESTA Raub), a secondary school in Raub, Pahang

Ancestry[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The meaning of his regnal name is "Sultan Abdullah as the protector of Islam who is chosen by Allah".[1]

References[edit]

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  32. ^ a b c "Tengku Abdullah now a Brig-Jen". The Star Online. 12 May 2004. Retrieved 13 September 2019.
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Regnal titles
Preceded by Sultan of Pahang
11 January 2019 – present
Incumbent
Preceded by Yang di-Pertuan Agong
31 January 2019 – present