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Ishaq ibn Ali

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Ishaq ibn Ali

Ishaq ibn Ali
Sultan of Morocco
Reign 1147
Predecessor Ibrahim ibn Tashfin
Successor Abd al-Mumin (Almohad)
Dynasty Almoravid
Father Ali ibn Yusuf
Religion Islam

Ishaq ibn Ali (died April 1147) was the eighth and last Almoravid king who reigned shortly in 1147.

Ibrahim was the uncle of his predecessor as emir, Ibrahim ibn Tashfin, and was killed after the conquest of Marrakech by the Almohads

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