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HE Damat HH Prince/HRH Prince Muhammad Abdel Moneim Beyefendi (February 20 1899 - December 1/2 1979) was an Egyptianmarker prince and former heir apparent to the throne of Egyptmarker and Sudanmarker from 1899 to 1914. He would later act as Regent for King Fuad II between 1952 and 1953.

Early life

Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim was born at the Montaza Palace, near Alexandriamarker. His father Abbas II was the reigning Khedive and so Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim became heir apparent immediately following his birth and was given with title Hereditary Prince. He was educated at Fribourgmarker, Switzerlandmarker. Following the Ottoman Empire's entry into World War I, Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim's father Abbas II was deposed by Britain on December 18, 1914 for supporting the Ottomans in the War. His father was replaced on the throne by his uncle Husayn Kamil thereby bypassing Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim who was now demoted in the line of succession. He was created His Highness in 1922. Later he would serve as President of the Egyptian Olympic Committee from 1934 until 1938. In 1939 he was appointed President of the Arab delegation to the Palestine Conference in Londonmarker in 1939.

Regency

Following the abdication of King Farouk, Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim served as Chairman of the Council of Egyptian Regency from 26 July 1952 to 18 June 1953 for the infant King Fuad II, being created His Royal Highness in 1952. The regency came to an end when Major General Muhammad Naguib took power and declared Egypt a republic and ending the rule of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty.

Death

He died in Ortaköy, Istanbulmarker, and was buried in Cairomarker.

Family

Prince Muhammad Abdul Moneim was married to his twice cousin HIH Princess Fatma Neslişah Osmanoğlu Sultan (Istanbulmarker, Nişantaşımarker, Nişantaşı Palace, 4 February 1921 -) at the Heliopolis Palace, Cairomarker, on September 26, 1940. Princess Fatima Neslişah is a daughter of HIH Prince Şehzade Omer Faruk Efendi (Istanbulmarker, Ortaköy, Ortaköy Palace, 27/29 February 1898 - 28 March 1969/1971) and first wife and cousin (m. Yıldız Palace, 29 April 1920) HIH Princess Rukiye Sabiha Sultan (Istanbulmarker, Ortaköy, Ortaköy Palace, 19 March/1 April 1894 - Istanbulmarker, 26 August 1971), paternal granddaughter of the last Ottoman Caliph Abdülmecid II by first wife and maternal granddaughter of the last Ottoman Sultan and Caliph Mehmed VI by first wife, having had two children:
  • HRH Prince HH Prince Sultanzade Abbas Hilmi Abdulmunim Beyefendi (b. Cairomarker, October 16, 1941), married in Istanbulmarker on June 1, 1969 to Mediha Momtaz (b. Cairomarker, May 12, 1945), and had one daughter and one son:
    • HRH Princess HGlory Nabila Sabiha Fatima Hilmi Hanım (b. Londonmarker, September 28, 1974)
    • HRH Prince HGlory Nabil Daoud Abdelmoneim Hilmi Bey (b. Paddingtonmarker, Londonmarker, July 23, 1979)
  • HRH Princess HH Princess İkbal Hilmi Abdulmunim Hanımsultan (b. December 22, 1944), unmarried and without issue


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