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Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Wathiq

 

Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Wathiq

Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Wathiq
Sultan of Morocco
Reign 1386–1387
Predecessor Musa ibn Faris al-Mutawakkil
Successor Abul Abbas Ahmad Mustanzir
Full name
Muhammad ibn Ahmad Abu Zayyan
Dynasty Marinid
Religion Muslim

Muhammad ibn Ahmad, al-Wathiq (Muhammad ibn Ahmad Abu Zayyan) was Marinid Sultan of Fez from 1386 to 1387.

Musa ibn Faris al-Mutawakkil had replaced the Sultan Abul Abbas Ahmad Mustanzir in 1384.[1] His accession was engineered by the Nasrid dynasty of the Emirate of Granada. In 1386 he was replaced by Muhammad ibn Ahmad, al-Wathiq, who ruled

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