He assumed the position of general in the army after cutting a “guard finger” … and established the Arabian horse breeding program in Hungary
At the hands of the young Fadlallah Al-Haddad, who had Syrian origins, General Tibor de Bedko Centerer, known as the “Hungarian Expert”, became the director of Al-Zahraa station from 1949 until 1958.
The young Fadlallah, who has Syrian roots, was born in 1841, and came with the Rudolf Brodermann mission in 1857, “according to the data of the“ Fadlallah Al-Haddad ”record in the Hungarian Army No.
Historians say: “Fadlallah” was attached to a horse that his father sold to the mission, and he did not want to leave it, and soon won the love of soldiers and officers in the Hungarian army. “The military school, with the encouragement of” Brdman “, graduated from it, and soon he learned the Hungarian language perfectly, as he made a number of trips to the Middle East and Turkey to buy horses.
It is noteworthy that Abdullah’s father used to work as a horse merchant who sent him a group of horses to deliver them to Hungary, and when he offered the horses to the king of Hungary, one of the guards tried to hold him and took out his dagger and cut his finger, and for his courage, the king brought him into the Hungarian army and became a general in the army.
Al-Haddad was interested and specialized in Arab horses and knew their genealogy well, as he always went to the Levant to bring the best Arabian horses. He also established the breeding program for Arabian horses in Hungary, and Al-Khawaja Al-Majri was one of his students, so his possessions were collected and placed in the museum.