Ziri ibn Menad
Ziri ibn Menad is the chief of a Berber tribe of the confederation Sanhadja which, as combined Fatimides, had demolishes the rebellion kharidjite of Abu Yazid with the head of tribes Zénètes which threatened the capacity fatimide seriously.
In reward, Ziri ibn Menad obtains the post of governor of the central Maghreb, corresponding about to the north of current the Algérie. It founds the capital of sound Gouvernorat with Ashir - in the south-east of the future town of Algiers, which his/her son will found - with the support of the Artisan S and the Architecte S fatimides.
In 971, Ziri ibn Menad dies in the battle of Mansourab against rebellious tribes Berbères of the Morocco. His/her son Bologhine ibn Ziri, who succeeds to him, will become viceroy of Ifriqiya in 972 when the Fatimides transfer their court in Egypt.
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