LIST OF WARS: DETAILS
Also called: El Rogui’s revolt
Battle deaths: 1,400 
Nation(s) involved and/or conflict territory [note]
Published prior to 2013 | Updated: 2014-03-04 15:02:07
Quote from Balagan.org.uk: An Arab ex-court scribe, Jilali ben Dris, revolted against the Sultan (Fleming, 1991; Furneaux, 1967; Woolman, 1968). Jilali ben Dris was popularly known as El Rogui ("the Pretender") or Bu Hamara (literally "the man who rides on a female donkey" but referring to a Djinn trickster in local myth). El Rogui’s movement lasted from late 1901 until Sep 1908. The rebellion started in the Taza region to the south of the Rif, but spread to cover the area from the Algerian border to Fez. In 1907 El Rogui invaded the Rif Mountains and promptly sold mining concessions to European companies. This action offended the Beni Urriaguel and other central Riffi tribes. The Elder Adb-el-Krim raised a Riffi army, crushed the interlopers in battle, and drove them back south to Taza (1908). The Sultan captured El Rogui in 1909, paraded him through Fez in a cage and then had him shot. [Furneaux calls him Bou Homara, known as Rhogi.]
SOURCES: FATALITY DATA
Notes on fatalities
 Battle deaths: Correlates of War, Intra-State War Data v4.1
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NOTE ON NATION DATA
NOTE! Nation data for this war may be inconlusive or incomplete. In most cases it reflects which nations were involved with troops in this war, but in some it may instead reflect the contested territory.
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