Muhammad ibn Abd Al-Haqq

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Muhammad ibn Abd Al-Haqq or Muhammad ben `Abd al-Haqq (محمد بن عَبد الحَقّ ), (died 1244) was a Marinid ruler. He was the son of Abd al-Haqq I and the brother of Uthman I.

He continued to fight the Almohads especially around the city of Meknes.

Muhammad ibn Abd al-Haqq died during a battle in 1244 when he was killed by an officer of his own Christian mercenaries' militia.

Preceded by
Uthman I
Marinid Dynasty
1240–1244
Succeeded by
Abu Yahya ibn Abd al-Haqq

References[edit]

  • "Marinids." The Encyclopedia of Islam, Volume 6, Fascicules 107-108. pg. 571