Ibadite Sultanate of Zanzibar
|Majid bin Said (first)|
|Jamshid bin Abdullah Al Said (last)|
|Today part of||Zanzibar archipelago|
The Sultanate of Zanzibar was an Ibadite kingdom in East Africa. It was under the influence of the Omani Muscat Sultanate at first. It came to an end when the British East Africa colony was established. This means it ended at the turn of the twentieth century.
References[change | change source]
- Lodhi, Abdulaziz Y. "The Arabs in Zanzibar: from sultanate to peoples' republic." Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal 7.2 (1986): 404-418.