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Al Walid ben Zidan

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Al Walid ben Zidan

Al Walid ben Zidan, also known as Mulay al-Walid (? – 21 February 1636) was a Sultan of Morocco from 1631 to 1636.

He was assassinated by French renegades on February 1636.[1]


  1. ^ by Mercedes García-Arenal,Gerard Albert Wiegers p.116A man of three worlds: Samuel Pallache
Preceded by
Abu Marwan Abd al-Malik II
Saadi Dynasty
Succeeded by
Mohammed esh Sheikh es Seghir
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