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Kissami, also given as Kasmi and variously spelled as Kasimi and Kassimi, more commonly known as the Kissami family (Arabic: Template:Lang, Template:IPA-ar) is a Moroccan family of sharif and idrisid descentTemplate:OR.
The Kissami family descends from Yahya IIITemplate:Failed verification (883-904), eighth ruler of the idrisid dynasty and grandson of Idris II (791-828), who inherited the Beni Snassen region upon the death of his father, Qasim ibn Idris.
The Kissami and Kasmi patronyms are derived from the possessive term (Arabic: قاسمي, qāsimi, "descendants or followers of Qāsim"), the latter of which comes from the Arabic verb (Arabic: قسم, qassama)Template:Failed verification meaning to divide or to distribute, and into the doer from (Arabic: قاسم, qāsim) meaning one who divides goods among his people.
- Template:Interlanguage link multi is a Doctor in English Studies and a satirical writer.
- Kissami, Abdelhamid is a Doctor in Plasma Physics and a historian.
- Kissami, Bouazza is the founder and ex-CEO of Beni Snassen SARL.
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