Ali II ibn Hussein
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Ali II ibn Hussein (24 November 1712 – 26 May 1782) (Arabic: أبو الحسن علي باي‎‎) was the fourth leader of the Husainid Dynasty and the ruler of Tunisia from 1759 until his death in 1782.
Ali II ibn Hussein
Bey of Tunis
Reign1759 – 1782
PredecessorMuhammad I ar-Rashid
SuccessorHammuda ibn Ali
Born24 November 1712
Died26 May 1782
DynastyHusainides
Religionislam
Preceded by
Muhammad I ar-Rashid
Bey of Tunis
1759–1782
Succeeded by
Hammuda ibn Ali
See also
Muhammad al-Warghi

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