Sultan Moulay Ismail of Morocco is said to have lived in the past. A legend, the Bloody King of Morocco, was so revered. A record-keeping organisation, notably the Guinness Book of Records, disputes the Sultan's claim to have had over 1,000 children during his lifetime. The Sultan's offspring were estimated at 800 by the archivists. Every day for thirty-two years, the Sultan slept with one woman.
Sultan Moulay Ismail is regarded as a great Moroccan Sultan. War whispers and unrest plagued Morocco during his reign. He maximized procreation to get an advantage over his opponents. He gave ladies to his army of 150 thousand men.
A power struggle erupted after the Sultan's death. Chaos reigned.
Moulay Ismail Ben Sharif, the second ruler of the Alaouite dynasty, was born in Sijilmassa around 1645 and died in Meknes on March 22, 1727. He reigned from 1672 to 1727 as Sultan Moulay Ismael II ('The Bloodthirsty'). As a descendant of Islam's founder, Moulay Ismail claimed to be his mother's black slave.
Forbes magazine estimates his net worth at $2.1 billion in 2019.
Barcelona, March 21, 2018Ainhoa sources close to the palace inform HELLO! sister publication HOLA! that King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma have divorced. Mohammed, 54, had heart surgery in Paris a few weeks ago, causing the royal divorce announcement.
Moroccan Royalty. The Alawite dynasty has ruled Morocco since the 17th century. The following year, Morocco gained independence, and Mohammed became king. King Hassan II succeeded his father, Mohammed V, in 1961.
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