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Abul-Aish Ahmad

Ahmad I
أحمد الأول
Sultan of Morocco
Reign 948-954
Predecessor Al-Qassim Guennoun
Successor Al-Hassan ibn Guennoun
Full name
Abul-Aish Ahmad ibn Al-Qassim Guennoun
Dynasty Idrisid
Father Al-Qassim Guennoun
Religion Zaydi Shia Islam

Abul-Aish Ahmad ibn Al-Qassim Gannoun (Arabic: أبو العيش أحمد بن القاسم كنون) was the twelfth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after Al Qasim Gannum in 948 until his death in 954.[1]

His title Abul-Aish means in Arabic "father of rice".


  1. ^ African states and rulers. Stewart, John. McFarland & Co., 2006. 3rd Edition.p. 122
Preceded by
Al Qasim Gannum
Idrisid dynasty
Succeeded by
Al-Hasan ben Kannun

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