Yahya ibn Al-Qassim
|Sultan of Morocco|
|Predecessor||Ali II ibn Umar|
|Successor||Yahya IV ibn Idris|
|Father||Al-Qassim ibn Idris|
He was nicknamed Al-Kettani or the one related to linen, "Kettan" in Arabic. This nickname was a result of him ordering his troops in Tlemcen to use linen made tents. His descendants are the Kettani family, which is well known in Morocco.[verification needed]
- The Sansūsiyyah movement of North Africa. Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi. Shariʼah Academy, International Islamic University, 2001. p. 312.
- "Kettani Foundation". Retrieved 2012-09-09.
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