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A rebellion led by him in 1915 - in the context of his giving his support to the Ottoman Empire during the First World War - provoked the British to launch a punitive expedition, the Anglo Egyptian Darfur Expedition, in which he was killed.
- Entry in the Encyclopædia Britannica
- Jay Spaulding,Lidwien Kapteijns: An Islamic alliance: ʻAlī Dīnār and the Sānūsiyya, 1906-1916 at Google Books
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