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{{Infobox officeholder|Imam
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{{Infobox royalty|Imam
 
| name = Muhammad Al-Badr Hamididdin
 
| name = Muhammad Al-Badr Hamididdin
 
| Arabic name = الإمام المنصور بالله محمد البدر
 
| Arabic name = الإمام المنصور بالله محمد البدر
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Al-Badr played a prominent role in quelling the revolt against his father, Imam Ahmad, in 1955 led by Ahmad's brother Sayf al-Islam Abdullah and afterwards was declared Crown Prince.
 
Al-Badr played a prominent role in quelling the revolt against his father, Imam Ahmad, in 1955 led by Ahmad's brother Sayf al-Islam Abdullah and afterwards was declared Crown Prince.
   
In that same year Ahmad bin Yahya [[Russia–Yemen relations|forged connections and signed agreements]] during a tour to [[Soviet bloc]] countries. In April 1956 he signed a mutual defence pact with Egypt, involving a unified military command, and in 1958 incorporated Yemen with the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria into what then became the [[United Arab States]].
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In that same year Ahmad bin Yahya [[Russia–Yemen relations|forged connections and signed agreements]] during a tour to [[Soviet bloc]] countries. In April 1956 he signed a mutual defence pact with Egypt, involving a unified military command, and in 1958 incorporated Yemen with the [[United Arab Republic]] of Egypt and Syria into what then became the [[United Arab States]].
   
 
During the remaining period of Imam Ahmad's rule, Sayf al-Islam al-Badr held the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs and from 1958 he was also the Imam's deputy over Sana'a.
 
During the remaining period of Imam Ahmad's rule, Sayf al-Islam al-Badr held the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs and from 1958 he was also the Imam's deputy over Sana'a.

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