Mohammad Hassan Mirza II

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Prince Soltan Mohammad Hassan Mirza II Qajar
Heirs Presumptive of the Qajar Imperial Family
Reign May 5, 1988 – present
Predecessor Hamid Mirza
Dynasty Qajar dynasty
Father Hamid Mirza
Born (1949-07-18)July 18, 1949
Texas, United States
Styles of
Prince Soltan Mohammad Hassan Mirza II Qajar
Imperial Emblem of the Qajar Dynasty (Lion and Sun).svg
Reference style His Highness
Spoken style Your Highness
Alternative style Sir

Prince Mohammad Hasan Mirza II Qajar (born July 18, 1949) is the son of Hamid Mirza and a grandson of Mohammad Hassan Mirza the last Crown Prince of Iran from the rule of the Qajar dynasty. As heir apparent, he is considered the Qajar pretender to the Sun Throne. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas, in the United States.[1]

He has one son, Prince Arsalan Mirza and two daughters, Princesses Laleh Kadjar and Negar "Nina" Kadjar.

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  1. ^ "Malek-Mansour-Qajar (Kadjar) Genealogy". Retrieved 29 January 2013. 

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Mohammad Hassan Mirza II
Born: July 18, 1949
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Hamid Mirza
— TITULAR —
Shah of Iran
May 5, 1988 – present
Reason for succession failure:
Crown of Iran given to Pahlavī dynasty in 1925
Monarchy abolished in 1979
Incumbent
Heir:
Arsalan Mirza