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Āl Qāsimī Dynasty


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Emirate of Sharjah

Shaykhdom of Kalba

See also Abu Dhabi, Emirate of; Ajman, Emirate of; Dubai, Emirate of; Fujairah, Emirate of; Umm al-Qaiwain, Emirate of

Rush, A. de L., ed. Ruling Families of Arabia: United Arab Emirates 2 vols., n. p., (1991).Zahlan, R. S., Origins of the United Arab Emirates (New York, 1978).

1747–1777

Rāshid (son of Maṭar; shaykh of Sharjah on the Persian Gulf by c.1747; abdicated)

1777–1803

Ṣaqr I (son)

1803–1866

Sulṭan I, the Great (son)

1866–1868

Khālid I (son)

1868–1883

Sālim (brother; deposed, died 1919)

1883–1914

Sāqr II (son of Khālid I; British protectorate 1892–1971)

1914–1924

Khālid II (grandson of Sulṭān I; deposed, died 1952)

1924–1951

Sulṭān II (son of Ṣaqr II)

1951–1965

Ṣaqr III (son; deposed, died)

1965–1972

Khālid III (grandson of Ṣqr II; amir and member, United Arab Emirates 1971)

1972–

Sulṭān III (son)

1936–1937

Sa‛īd (great grandson of Sulṭān I; recognized as shaykh of Kalba by the British 1936)

1937–1951

Ḥamad (son; union with Sharjah 1952)

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