Abu l-Hasan Ali, Sultan of Granada

Abu L-Hasan Ali, Sultan Of Granada

Abu l-Hasan Ali, Sultan of Granada

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Abu l-Hasan Ali (, d. 1485), known as Muley Hacén in Spanish (Muley being derived from Arabic Mawla = "patron", "master"), was the twenty-first Nasrid ruler of the Moorish Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula, from 1464 to 1482 and again from 1483 to 1485.


Son of Said, Abu l-Hasan Ali became sultan in 1464, and he refused to pay tribute to the Castilian king. This started a disastrous war.

He was the father of Muhammad XII (also known as Boabdil), the last sultan of Granada, by his relative Aixa.

By a former Christian slave, Isabel de Solís, renamed after her convert as his second wife Zoraya, the daughter of Sancho Jiménez de Solís, Alcalde of La Peña de Martos, he had two sons. There are no other biographical elements on Zoraya: she could have joined him in his exile with her two sons. It seems that after the death of Abû Al-Hassan, Zoraya and her two sons converted to Catholicism. The sons took the name of Jean de Grenade and Ferdinand de Grenade

Cici Haya, Cad, and Nazar who in the vicinity of Granada Spain received Catholic religion and received baptism in the names Pierre Ferdinand De Grenade, and Jean De Grenade. In “Trophees Du Brabant, 1724” by R.P Burkens it is mentioned that among the Lords admitted to the court of Charlequint (Charles V) at Brussells in 1546-1547 is found Jean De Grenade. In this family were also mentioned were Jean and Bernadine-Jerome De Grenade with the spouses, and children. likewise...
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