Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifa
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Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifa (Arabic: أحمد بن محمد بن خليفة), was the progenitor of the ruling Al Khalifa family of Bahrain and the first monarch or hakim of Bahrain. All of the Al Khalifa monarchs of Bahrain are descendants of Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifa. He is commonly referred to as Ahmed al-Fateh (Ahmed the Conqueror) for conquering Bahrain.
Ahmed ibn Muhammed ibn Khalifa was born in Kuwait in the first half of the 18th century and died around 1795 AD in Bahrain.
Siege of Zubarah 1783
When Nasr Al-Madhkur – whom the Zands had appointed as Bahrain's governor – besieged Zubara in 1783 AD, he was defeated and driven away by an army under the command of Al Bin Ali, the maternal uncles of Ahmed ibn Muhammed ibn Khalifa, who continued his victories and conquered Bahrain in 1783 AD 
His family lost Qatar in the nineteenth century and were left with Bahrain which they still rule today.
Today, Abdulla ibn Ahmad Al Khalifa descendants live in Qatar, while Salman ibn Ahmad Al Khalifa's descendants live in Bahrain.
- Shaikh Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa ,First Light: Modern Bahrain and its Heritage, 1994 p41
- Precis Of Turkish Expansion On The Arab Littoral Of The Persian Gulf And Hasa And Katif Affairs. By J. A. Saldana; 1904, I.o. R R/15/1/724
- Shaikh Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa ,First Light: Modern Bahrain and its Heritage, 1994 p34
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