AbstractStudying the history of Arab Maghrib, in its different stages, occupied a great importance for a great number of researchers where the important events, on their social, economical and political levels, had effected people with their different social ranks. Those small states in Al-Maghrib in general, and Africa in particular, especially the Hafssy state, that had lasted for three centuries, had been studied and examined to exhibit their political, economical and educational role in this Islamic place, yet the social aspect is still unstudied, so this became the reason, as well as the aim, of selecting this subject where there is no academic research devoted to studying the effect of the family conflicts effects on their rulers and on the society and the famines and the natural disaster that affected the Hafsy society.
The research is divided into an introduction, a conclusion and the bibliography.
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