Mohammed Ben Aarafa
Mohammed Ben Aarafa, or Ben Arafa (1889 – 17 July 1976) was a distant relative of Sultan Mohammed V of Morocco (Arabic: محمد بن عرفة بن محمد); he was put in Mohammed V's place by the French after they exiled Mohammed V to Madagascar.
Installed in August 1953, he abdicated in October 1955, while Mohammed V was still in exile.
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