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Ali ibn Muhammad

Ali I
علي الأول
Emir of Morocco
Reign 836-848
Predecessor Muhammad ibn Idris
Successor Yahya ibn Muhammad
Born 827
Died 848
Full name
Ali Haydara ibn Muhammad
Dynasty Idrisid
Father Muhammad ibn Idris
Mother Roqiya bint Ismail al-Azadi
Religion Zaydi Shia Islam
Idrisid coin, minted at al-'Aliyah, Morocco, during the reign of Ali ibn Idris, in 840 CE.

Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Idris (Arabic: علي بن محمد بن إدريس‎) was the fourth Idrisid sultan of Morocco. He was the son of Muhammad ibn Idris whom he succeeded in 836. He died in 848 CE (Rajab 234 AH) and was succeeded by his brother Yahya I.[1]

References

  1. ^ Houtsama, Martijin. E.J. Brill's First Encyclopaedia of Islam, 1913-1936. 1987. Page 453.
Preceded by
Idris II
Idrisid dynasty
836–848
Succeeded by
Yahya I


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