Mohammed Ben Arafa, Morocco’s unpopular sultan and the story of his unmarked grave.
When the French realized that nationalists were close to Sultan Mohammed ben Youssef, they dethroned him and replaced him with his cousin Mohammed Ben Arafa. The latter remained sultan for two years before being banned from living in Morocco
When Morocco was under the French protectorate, sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef decided to team up with nationalists, who wanted France out of the country. The French were so worried that they started thinking of a plan B, which considered getting rid of the beloved sultan.