Muhammad III as-Sadiq

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Muhammad III as-Sadiq, GCB (1813–1882) (Arabic: محمد الصادق بن حسين‎, Muḥammad al-Sādiq bin Ḥusayn) was the ruler of Tunisia from 23 September 1859 to 28 October 1881,[1] when he abdicated. He signed the Treaty of Bardo with France on 12 May 1881 signifying Tunisia as a French Protectorate.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Spuler, Bertold (1977). Rulers and governments of the world. Bowker. p. 516. ISBN 978-0-85935-009-9. 
  2. ^ Scawen Blunt, Wilfred; Nourallah, Riad (2002). The future of Islam. Routledge. p. 176. ISBN 978-0-7007-1460-5. 
  3. ^ The Royal Tourist—Kalakaua's Letters Home from Tokio to London. Editor: Richard A. Greer. Date: 10 March 1881
Preceded by
Muhammad II ibn al-Husayn
Bey of Tunis
23 September 1859 – 28 October 1881
Succeeded by
Ali Muddat ibn al-Husayn