sultan moulay ismail: father of 1000 was this cruel sultan

sultan moulay ismail: father of 1000 was this cruel sultan
Sultan Moulay Ismail

There is one king in history who had not  50, or 500 but full 1000 children. The name of this king was ‘Sultan Moulay Ismail‘, who ruled Morocco from 1672 to 1727. Sultan Moulay is considered a descendant of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. No one doubts this, but people considered his father of 1,000 children to be a myth. However, suspecting these data recorded in history, the scientists conducted a computer test and checked it with a team of scientists to confirm it. In this investigation, it was found that if a human being has a relationship with different women once daily continuously for 32 years, then it is possible. However, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Sultan had 888 children. However, French diplomatists claim to have 1,171 children across the Sultan’s 1000 children.

The study revealed that “The Bloodthirsty” ruler, as he was called, could be the biological father of the 1,171 kids if he had sex between 0.83 to 1.43 times per day, that is an average of once every single day throughout 32 years until he turned 56 years old.

How do you get enough mothers for that many children? Easy! The Sultan was known to have had 4 wives and 500 concubines, yet the study showed only 65 to 110 women would have been necessary to give birth to more than 1,000 babies.

Questions of women infertility and the quality of the sperm to be capable of fertilizing eggs have come up to debunk the once believed “myth.” Yet the different reproductive studies have confirmed his fatherhood and put all doubts to sleep.

Live Science shared that Sultan Moulay Ismail treated Morocco from 1672 to 1727 and was a Sharifian, descendant from Prophet Muhammad.

Sultan Moulay Ismail was not known being “ruthless” having murdered over 30,000 people plus those fallen in war, hence earning the nickname “The Bloodthirsty”.

Even to the mothers of his hundreds of children, he was not very nice. It is believed that if he had any “suspicion of adultery” he strangled the women, chopped their breasts off, or simply knocked out their teeth. As a man, it was best not to glance at any of his 504 women, running the risk of being murdered.

Fully detailed results of the reproduction and simulation study can be found in the PLOS ONE Journal.

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