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Al-Qa'im (Arabic: القائم بأمر الله) was an Abbasid Caliph of Cairo, Egypt for the Mamluk Sultanate between 1451 and 1455. He was deposed by Sultan Sayf ad-Din Inal after al-Qa'im supported a mutiny of mamluks against Inal.
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- Holt, P. M. (1984). "Some Observations on the 'Abbāsid Caliphate of Cairo". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (subscription required ) (University of London) 47 (3): pp. 501–507. JSTOR 618882.
Cadet branch of the Banu QurayshBorn: ? Died: 1455
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