Yahya ibn Idris ibn Umar
|Sultan of Morocco|
|Predecessor||Yahia III ibn Al-Qassim|
|Successor||Position abolished (Sultanate annexed to the Fatimid empire)|
|Father||Idris ibn Umar|
|Religion||Zaydi Shia Islam|
Fatimid rule of Morocco continued for 8 years after the death of Yahya IV and the Idrisids only regained power after the rebellion of Al-Hasan ibn Muhammad. Al-Hasan's rule however was short lived and lasted for only about 3 years before the Fatimids ousted him. The Fatimids ruled for 10 more years only to be once again overthrown by the Idrisids under the leadership of Al Qasim Guennoun.
- The Sansūsiyyah movement of North Africa. Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi. Shariʼah Academy, International Islamic University, 2001. p. 312.
Ubayd Allah al-Mahdi Billah of the Fatimid dynasty
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