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Sabr ad-Din I (flourished 1332) was an amir of Ifat, the son of Nahwi bin Mansur bin Umar Walashma and younger brother of Haqq ad-Din I. Sabr ad-Din rallied his fellow Muslims in a counteroffensive in early 1332 against the Ethiopians; however, the Emperor of Ethiopia Amda Seyon I defeated him in battle, then invaded a number of Muslim kingdoms, including Dawaro and Bale, which brought an end to the independent kingdoms of Hadiya, Fatagar, Dawaro, and Ifat. More information...
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