Muhammad I ar-Rashid

Bey of Tunis (1710–1759)

Muhammad I ar-Rashid
Bey of Tunis
Reign1756–1759
PredecessorAbu l-Hasan Ali I
SuccessorAli II ibn Hussein
Born1710
Died12 February 1759
DynastyHusainides
ReligionIslam

Muhammad I ar-Rashid (Arabic: أبو عبد الله محمد الرشيد باي; 1710 – 12 February 1759) was the third leader of the Husainid Dynasty and the ruler of Tunisia from 1756 until his death.

Preceded by Bey of Tunis
1756–1759
Succeeded by

See also

  • Rejeb Khaznadar
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Beylik of Tunis
(1705–1956)
  • Al-Husayn I ibn Ali
  • Abu l-Hasan Ali I
  • Muhammad I ar-Rashid
  • Ali II ibn Hussein
  • Hammuda ibn Ali
  • Uthman ibn Ali
  • Mahmud ibn Muhammad
  • Al-Husayn II ibn Mahmud
  • Mustafa ibn Mahmud
  • Ahmad I ibn Mustafa (Ahmad Bey)
  • Muhammad II ibn al-Husayn (M'hamed Bey)
  • Muhammad III as-Sadiq (Sadok Bey)
  • Ali III ibn al-Husayn (Ali Bey)
  • Muhammad IV al-Hadi (Hédi Bey)
  • Muhammad V an-Nasir (Naceur Bey)
  • Muhammad VI al-Habib (Habib Bey)
  • Ahmad II ibn Ali (Ahmed Bey)
  • Muhammad VII al-Munsif (Moncef Bey)
  • Muhammad VIII al-Amin (Lamine Bey)
Kingdom of Tunisia
(1956–1957)
  • Muhammad VIII al-Amin (Lamine Bey)

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