Ali bin Hamud of Zanzibar
Sayyid Ali bin Hamud Al-Busaid (June 7, 1884 – December 20, 1918) (Arabic: علي بن حمود البوسعيد) was the eighth Sultan of Zanzibar. Ali ruled Zanzibar from July 20, 1902 to December 9, 1911, having succeeded to the throne of the death of his father, the seventh Sultan. He served only a few years as sultan because of illness. In 1911 he abdicated in favour of his brother-in-law Sayyid Khalifa bin Harub Al-Busaid.
- 1884–1902: Sayyid 'Ali II bin Hamud
- 1902–1918: His Highness Sultan Sayyid 'Ali II bin Hamud, Sultan of Zanzibar
(abdicated in 1911, but kept styles as Sultan) .
- King Edward VII Coronation Medal-1902
- Special Class in brilliants of the Nishan-e-Osmanieh of the Ottoman Empire-1905
- Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown of Italy-1905
- Grand Cross of the Order of the Red Eagle, 1st Class of Prussia-1905
- Grand Cross of the Order of the Immaculate Conception of Vila Viçosa of Portugal-1905
Hamud bin Muhammad
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Khalifa bin Harub
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