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King of Morocco Mohamed VI

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Mohamed Ben Hassan (August 21, 1963) - King of Morocco. He is the twenty-third king of the Alawites. The legal pledge was made to him on Friday, 9 Rabee Al-Akhar 1420H (23 July 1999) following the death of his father, King Hassan II. According to a study published in 2009 and supervised by international researchers and specialists, it is one of the 50 most influential Muslim figures in the world [1]. Descent [edit] Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn Yusuf ibn al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Hisham ibn Muhammad ibn Abd Allah al-Khatib ibn Isma'il ibn Mawla Ali al-Sharif al-'Alawi Origination and education [edit] His father, aged four, introduced him to the Qur'anic book attached to the Royal Palace in Rabat. He graduated from the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences at the University of Mohammed V in Rabat in 1981. In 1985, he obtained a Bachelor's degree in the subject of "The Arab-African Union and the Kingdom's Strategy" International relations
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ISBN
9781387304455
Edition
2017
Published
October 17, 2017
Language
English
Pages
177
File Format
PDF
File Size
926.89 KB
Product ID
23373860

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