Order of Muhammad Ali
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Order of Muhammad Ali
Royal Order of Muhammad Ali
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Grand Cordon set of the Order
Awarded by
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Head of the Egyptian Royal Family
TypeDynastic order
Established14 April 1915
Royal houseMuhammad Ali
Religious affiliationIslam
RibbonGreen with two White stripes on either side
FounderSultan Hussein Kamel
SovereignKing Fuad II
Grand MasterPrince Muhammad Ali
GradesKnight Grand Cordon with Collar
Knight Grand Cordon
Former gradesKnight Commander
Next (higher)None (Highest)
Next (lower)Royal Order of Ismail
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Ribbon bar of the order

The Order of Muhammad Ali (Nishan al-Muhammad'Ali) was an order of chivalry and state honour in the Kingdom of Egypt.


The Order of Muhammad Ali was founded by Sultan Hussein Kamel to commemorate the Muhammad Ali dynasty on 14 April 1915.[1] It was discontinued on formation of the Arab Republic of Egypt on 18 June 1953.[1] There were three classes (collar, grand cordon and commander) and two medals (gold and silver).[1] The collar was restricted to heads of state and members of Egyptian and foreign Royal families; there were only fifteen at any one time.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "Kingdom of Egypt: Order of Muhammad Ali". medals.org. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Egyptian Awards and Decorations". The Worcestshire Regiment. Retrieved 2020.

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