Mohammed al-Hajj ibn Abu Bakr al-Dila'i
Mohammed al-Hajj ibn Abu Bakr al-Dila'i (died 1671) was the head of the zaouia of Dila. He is the grandson of its founder Abu Bakr ibn Mohammed (1526–1612) and brother of the scholar Abu Abdallah Mohammed al-Murabit al-Dila'i (died 1678). He was proclaimed sultan of Morocco in 1659, after the fall of the Saadi dynasty.
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- Roger M. A. Allen, e.a., Essays in Arabic Literary Biography , 1350–1850, Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 2009, p. 278
- Peter Lamborn Wilson, Pirate Utopias: Moorish Corsairs & European Renegadoes, 2003, p.87
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