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Muhammad ibn Idris

Muhammad ibn Idris
Emir of Morocco
Reign 828-836
Predecessor Idris II al-Azhar ibn Idris
Successor Ali ibn Idris
Born ?
Fes, Morocco
Died 836
Fes, Morocco
Full name
Muhammad ibn Idris
Dynasty Idrisid
Father Idris II al-Azhar ibn Idris
Religion Zaydi Shia Islam

Muhammad ibn Idris (Arabic: محمد بن إدريس‎) was one of the sons and successor of Idris II of Morocco. He took power in 828 and died in 836.[1]


  1. ^ Rulers and governments of the world: Earliest times to 1491. Ross, Martha. Bowker, 1978.
Preceded by
Idris II
Idrisid dynasty
Succeeded by
Ali I

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