Moulay Ali Alaoui

Prince Moulay Ali (1924–1988) was a member of the reigning Alaouite dynasty of Morocco.

Prince Moulay Ali
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Born1924
Marrakesh, French Morocco[citation needed]
Died1988
SpousePrincess Lalla Fatima Zohra
(1961–1988)
IssuePrincess Lalla Joumala Alaoui
Sharif Moulay Abdallah Alaoui
Sharif Moulay Youssef Alaoui
HouseAlaouite dynasty
FatherPrince Moulay Idriss
MotherLalla Joumala
ReligionIslam

He held many senior positions including ambassador to France (1964–1966), CEO of ONA Group (1980–1985), President of Cosumar and CEO of banks such as Banque Marocaine pour l’Expansion Economique and Soc de Banque et de Crédit.[citation needed]

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He was the son of Prince Moulay Idriss (son of Sultan Moulay Youssef) and Lalla Joumala, a daughter of Moulay Mustafa by his wife which was a daughter of Sultan Hassan I.[citation needed] Thus was a cousin of Hassan II both on his father's and mother's side. He studied in Lycée Lyautey in Casablanca.[citation needed]

Special Adviser to King Hassan II and Special Envoy to Iran 1966.

On 16 August 1961 he married his cousin Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra, an older sister of Hassan II, with whom he had a daughter and two sons:[citation needed]

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