Jaber bin Abdullah

Jaber bin Abdullah (Jaber I or Jaber Al-Aish) was the third ruler of Kuwait's royal al-Sabah dynasty, ruling from 1814-1859. Sheikh Jaber I acceded to power upon the death of Abdullah bin Sabah.

The Reign of Jaber bin Abdullah

The British requested the Bin Abdullah allow them to turn Kuwait into a "protectorate", he refused and asserted that Kuwait was an independent nation.

Jaber Al-Aish was said to have generously given rice and bread to the poor.

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