- for the town and commune see Moulay Brahim, Morocco
Moulay Brahim or Moulay Brahim ben Ahmed Mghari (died 1661), also called Tayr Lejbel (Berber for 'bird of the mountain'), was a well-known Moroccan sufi saint. He was the grandson of Abdallah ben Houssein al-Hassani, who was the founder of the zawiya of Tameslouht, one of the greatest Zawiyyas in the region of Marrakech (founded ca. 1525). The zawiyya of moulay Ben Brahim was founded in 1628 during the reign of sultan Zidan Abu Maali in the village 'Kik', since called 'Moulay Brahim'. It lies a few kilometers to the west of Tameslouht.
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- Mouna Hachim; "Dictionnaire des noms de famille du Maroc" histoires et légendes, Casablancha, 2007, 500 p
- Deverdun G., "Tamesluht (Tameslouht)", the history of a religious center, Encyclopédie Berbère, 1986, no 38
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