|Sabah II Al-Jaber I Al-Sabah|
|Reign||May 1893 to 1896 ( 3 years)|
|Predecessor||Abdullah II Al-Sabah|
|Father||Sabah II Al-Sabah|
The 6th Monarch Ruler of Kuwait
|Reference style||His Highness|
|Spoken style||Your Highness|
Muhammad al-Sabah Al-Sabah (1838 – 1894) was the sixth ruler of Kuwait. He ruled between May 1893 and 1896  during which he held the title of Pasha from the Ottoman Sultan. He was the second son of Sabah II Al-Sabah and succeeded his half-brother Abdullah II Al-Sabah upon his death. Sheikh Muhammad and his brother Jarrah was assassinated in his house by another brother, Mubarak Al-Sabah in May 17, 1896.
- H. St. John Philby (1955). Saudi Arabia. London: Ernest Benn. p. 236. – via Questia (subscription required)
- Alghanim, Salwa (1998-10-15). The Reign of Mubarak-Al-Sabah: Shaikh of Kuwait 1896-1915. I.B.Tauris. ISBN 9781860643507.
Muhammad Al-SabahBorn: 1831 Died: 17 May 1896
Abdullah II Al-Sabah
|Sheikh of Kuwait
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