Maghrib-el-Aksa.—El Gharb
  • J. Scott Keltie
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Mulai-Abd-el-Aziz, born February 24, 1878, son of Sultan Mulai-Hassan; succeeded on the death of his father, being proclaimed Sultan in the Sherifian Camp June 7, 1894; his son, Prince Hassan, was born July, 1899.


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