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Moulay Bousselham is derived from a 10th-century patron saint (thousands of people come to collect each year in this village). According to a popular belief, Moulay Bouselham, "man in the selham" - "man in the cape" - had come from Egypt before settling on the edge of the Merja Zerga. He died in the Battle of Three Kings in 1578 in Wadi al-Makhazin. Since then, other saints have settled in the area and today no fewer than seven can be counted scattered throughout the village.
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