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Abu'l Abbas Ahmad of Morocco

Abu'l Abbas Ahmad

Sultan 'Abul Abbas Mulay Ahmad ud-Dhahabi bin Ismail as-Samin (1677 – 5 March 1729) was the Sultan of Morocco in 1727–1728 and 1728–1729.

He was born at Meknes in 1677, as a son of Ismail Ibn Sharif. Between 1699 and 1700 he was the Khalifa of Tadla. He ascended the throne on 22 March 1727,after his father's death.

He was deposed in 1728 by Abdalmalik of Morocco, yet he was restored briefly afterwards at Oued Beht. He was deposed once more, on the day of his

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