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Final Report 10th December 2002
The siamese twin, Ahmed and Mohammed Rosli Abdulraheem left Riyadh safely on Wednesday 4th December 2002 for their home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

At King Khalid International airport they received a warm farewell reception attended by Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, (Deputy Chief Executive Officer, National Guard Health Affairs and Head of the Multidisciplinary Team), Dr. Salim Al Malik, (Deputy Executive Director, Medical Services Central Region, National Guard Health Affairs), and members of Public Relations from King Abdulaziz Medical City – Riyadh.  

His Excellency the Malaysian Ambassador to Riyadh also attended, together with members of the Malaysian Embassy


The twin departed on Flight SV812 and arrived safely in Malaysia, receiving a large reception at Kuala Lumpur airport.  In spite of the length of the flight the twin did not experience any problems, and they were eager to see their grandparents and friends from home.

All members of the multidisciplinary team and staff of National Guard Health Affairs are happy to see the success of this operation enabling Ahmed and Mohammed to interact as normal, healthy children.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007