Ibrahim ibn Tashfin
|Ibrahim ibn Tashfin|
|Sultan of Morocco|
|Predecessor||Tashfin ibn Ali|
|Successor||Ishaq ibn Ali|
|Father||Tashfin ibn Ali|
Ibrahim ibn Tashfin (died 1147) was the seventh Almoravid king, who reigned shortly in 1146–1147. Once the news of the death of his father Tashfin ibn Ali reached Marrakech, he was proclaimed king while still an infant. He was soon replaced by his uncle Ishaq ibn Ali, but the Almohads quickly subdued Marrakech and killed both.
- Viguera, María Jesús (1992). Los reinos de taifas y las invasiones magrebíes. MAPFRE. p. 188. ISBN 84-7100-431-3.
Tashfin ibn Ali
Ishaq ibn Ali
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