Grand Sultan of the Mashriq
سلطان الكبرى في المشرق
Ahmed-ad-Din Yusuf
since Declaration of Unification

Style: His Imperial and Most High Majesty
Heir apparent: tbd
First monarch: Ahmed-ad-Din Yusuf
Formation: Muharram 1, 848 AH

April 20, 1444 AD

Residence: Garden Palace, Gezira Island, Cairo
Titles: Most Holy Grand Sultan of Egypt, Syria, Arabia and Nubia and of Baghdad and Mesopotamia
Reigning house: Burji

 The Grand Sultanate of the Mashriq is the Head of Government and the Head of State of the Grand Sultanate of the Mashriq.

For the predecessors, see the Sultans of the Mamluk Sultanate.

Full Title

His Imperial and Most High Majesty, Sultan al-Salatin and Emir al-Umara Ahmed-ad-Din Yusuf; Protector of the Holy Cities of Jersusalem, Mecca, Medina, and Cairo; Grand Sultan of Egypt, Syria, Arabia and Nubia; Most Holy Sultan of Baghdad and Mesopotamia; Guardian of the Nile, the Tigris and the Euphrates; Defender of the Caliph and the True Muslims of Arabia; highest Commander of the Mamluks, arquebusiers, and Imperial Cavalry; and Heir of the Burji, Jalayirid. and Hafsid Dynasties.



List of Grand Sultans


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