Bou Hmara also spelled Bou Hamara or Bouhmara : (the one who owns a she-ass) (c.1860-1909), a rogui or pretender to the throne of Morocco. His real name was Jilali ben Driss Zirhouni al-Youssefi (from his birthplace of Ouled Yousseffr:Ouled Youssef in the Zerhoun area near Fes).He originally held the position of secretary to Moulay Omar, brother of Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz, but after some intrigues at the royal court was imprisoned.

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  • عمر بن إدريس الجيلالي بن ادريس محمد اليوسفي الزرهوني، لقَّبه خصومه بالروكي وبوحمارة (1860، أولاد يوسف; توفي 2 سبتمبر 1909، فاس) هو ثائر ومعارض مغربي نازع العلويين على حكم المغرب. سيطر على المغرب الشرقي وأصبح يهدد السلطة المركزية نتيجة المساعدات الفرنسية والإسبانية التي حصل عليها مقابل استغلال الدولتين لمناجم المنطقة. أقام مملكته التي جعل عاصمتها مدينة تازة وتوج نفسه سلطاناً بها وحكم لمدة 7 سنوات متتالية.
  • Bou Hamara (arabisch ‏بوحمارة" أو "بوحمالة ‎ ‚Vater, Eigentümer der Eselin‘; * um 1860 in Ouled Youssef; † 2. September 1909 in Fès) war ein marokkanischer Warlord, der behauptete, Kalif zu sein.
  • Bou Hmara also spelled Bou Hamara or Bouhmara : (the one who owns a she-ass) (c.1860-1909), a rogui or pretender to the throne of Morocco. His real name was Jilali ben Driss Zirhouni al-Youssefi (from his birthplace of Ouled Yousseffr:Ouled Youssef in the Zerhoun area near Fes).He originally held the position of secretary to Moulay Omar, brother of Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz, but after some intrigues at the royal court was imprisoned. After release, he went to Algeria, from whence he returned (riding a she-ass) to Taza in the northeast of Morocco with the idea of impersonating Moulay Mohammed, another brother of the Sultan. Moulay Mohammed was venerated by the Moroccan public as a saintly figure, but although still alive and well, he kept to the royal palace in Fes and was almost never seen in public. Under this assumed identity, Bou Hamara proclaimed himself Sultan of Morocco. This was at the end of 1902, when he was about 40 years old.He is said to have ruled ruthlessly in Taza and the surrounding area of the Rif and Nekor. He persecuted the Jews, who had to take refuge in neighbouring areas. He is said to have executed some of his opponents by soaking the victims in petrol, then setting them alight at night.While ensconced in Taza, he was able to repel all attempts by the Sultan's army to invade his domain. However, by 1909, he had enlarged his area of control, and could not retain the loyalty of all the many different tribes it encompassed. In addition, he had alienated some of these tribes by selling mining concessions to Spanish interests.By then the Sultan was Moulay Abdelhafid, a more vigorous ruler than Abdelaziz. Abdelhafid first attempted to discredit Bou Hamara by taking the real Moulay Mohammed to a public mosque; but this caused a near riot and was not repeated. Fearing that Bou Hamara was expanding towards Fes, Abdelhafid sent another army against him, armed with cannon manned by French artillery instructors. During the resulting battle, the cannon were used to shell a religious shrine where Bou Hamara had taken refuge, and he was captured.Bou Hamara's men were either decapitated on the spot, or taken hostage. It is said that 400 prisoners began the march to Fes but only 160 arrived, the remainder having been ransomed. Once at Fes, one-fifth of the captives were punished at a public mutilation, a hand and opposing foot being cut off (hirabah), and the others imprisoned.Bou Hamara himself was for some time kept imprisoned in a small cage in which he could not stand. There are conflicting stories about how he was eventually executed. The most popular has it that he was thrown to the lions in the Sultan's menagerie, then shot when they proved too slow to kill him. Another account says that, too weak to hold himself upright, he was propped up in a metal tub normally used for the lions' feed, allowed to recite the shahada, then immediately shot in the head with a pistol. In both accounts, the body was later burned with the assistance of curtains from the Sultan's harem.
  • Jilali ben Driss Zerhouni el Youssefi surnommé Rogui Bou Hmara, بوحمارة), alias l’Homme à l’Anesse, né en 1860 au village d'Ouled Youssef dans le nord du massif de Zerhoun (Maroc).Selon Eugène Aubin dans "Le Maroc dans la tourmente" : En 1862, sous le régime de Sidi Mohamed, un individu de la fraction des Rouga, qui appartient à la tribu des Seffian, dans le Gharb, Djeloul Rogui souleva quelques partisans, tuant le Caïd et marchand vers Fès... la colonne envoyée contre lui recueillit son cadavre à la Zaouia de Moulay Idriss Zerhoun où il était réfugié. L'insurrection avait duré quarante jours. Depuis lors, tout insurgé, fut surnommé Rougui. Sobriquet malencontreux et écrasant.Bou Hamara était un homme politique d'origine très modeste, appartenant à la famille des Ouled Abbou. Naguère, avait accompli son initiation au coran à lamssid, ses études supérieures à Fès, au corps des Tolba Mouhendissine mais aussi à Tlemcen, à Alger et vraisemblablement à Paris, où il aurait obtenu le diplome d'ingénieur topographe dans la prestigieuse École des ponts et chaussées[réf. nécessaire]. Instruit et émérite, cet homme a su acquérir de la considération et du respect de son entourage et des personnalités influentes du Makhzen.
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  • عمر بن إدريس الجيلالي بن ادريس محمد اليوسفي الزرهوني، لقَّبه خصومه بالروكي وبوحمارة (1860، أولاد يوسف; توفي 2 سبتمبر 1909، فاس) هو ثائر ومعارض مغربي نازع العلويين على حكم المغرب. سيطر على المغرب الشرقي وأصبح يهدد السلطة المركزية نتيجة المساعدات الفرنسية والإسبانية التي حصل عليها مقابل استغلال الدولتين لمناجم المنطقة. أقام مملكته التي جعل عاصمتها مدينة تازة وتوج نفسه سلطاناً بها وحكم لمدة 7 سنوات متتالية.
  • Bou Hamara (arabisch ‏بوحمارة" أو "بوحمالة ‎ ‚Vater, Eigentümer der Eselin‘; * um 1860 in Ouled Youssef; † 2. September 1909 in Fès) war ein marokkanischer Warlord, der behauptete, Kalif zu sein.
  • Bou Hmara also spelled Bou Hamara or Bouhmara : (the one who owns a she-ass) (c.1860-1909), a rogui or pretender to the throne of Morocco. His real name was Jilali ben Driss Zirhouni al-Youssefi (from his birthplace of Ouled Yousseffr:Ouled Youssef in the Zerhoun area near Fes).He originally held the position of secretary to Moulay Omar, brother of Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz, but after some intrigues at the royal court was imprisoned.
  • Jilali ben Driss Zerhouni el Youssefi surnommé Rogui Bou Hmara, بوحمارة), alias l’Homme à l’Anesse, né en 1860 au village d'Ouled Youssef dans le nord du massif de Zerhoun (Maroc).Selon Eugène Aubin dans "Le Maroc dans la tourmente" : En 1862, sous le régime de Sidi Mohamed, un individu de la fraction des Rouga, qui appartient à la tribu des Seffian, dans le Gharb, Djeloul Rogui souleva quelques partisans, tuant le Caïd et marchand vers Fès...
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