The Royal Family 

The Royal Family of the African Diaspora

Within the Royal Family of the African Diaspora Kingdom, the dynamic partnership between High King Muja 'Dib Jamel El’Sori-Oser and Her Royal Majesty Queen Muja'Dib Saidah forms a harmonious union. High King Muja 'Dib, as the esteemed leader, brings forth a legacy deeply rooted in tradition, while Queen Muja'Dib Saidah, as the devoted Queen Consort, offers invaluable companionship and multifaceted support. Together, they embody the essence of unity, resilience, and cultural preservation within the African Diaspora Kingdom. Beyond their individual roles, the royal couple stands as a symbol of a shared commitment to the diasporic community.

High King Muja 'Dib's leadership is complemented by the grace and dignity of Queen Muja'Dib Saidah, creating a cohesive force that resonates with the values of the monarchy. Within this regal partnership, the Queen Consort's role extends beyond the traditional to encompass not only companionship but also moral and practical support.

Queen Muja'Dib Saidah's involvement in charitable and cultural initiatives further strengthens the ties between the royal family and the broader diasporic community, contributing to the unity and cultural richness of the African Diaspora Kingdom. As key figures within the Royal Family, High King Muja 'Dib and Queen Muja'Dib Saidah collectively shape the narrative, fostering a legacy that transcends gender roles and emphasizes the collaborative spirit essential for the continued vibrancy and unity of the African Diaspora Kingdom.       

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This document has been made historical facts of King Muja'Dib and the Numi Kingdom.

Abdul Rahman Ibrahima ibn Sori (1762-July 6, 1829) was a Fula prince and commander hailing from the Fouta Djallon region of Guinea, West Africa. Unfortunately, he was captured by slave traders and transported to the United States in 1788. Fast forward to the present day, HRH Prince Menkheperure El'Osiris, Oser, Sori is Abdul Rahman's seventh-generation grandson, while HRM King Muja'Dib Jamel El'Osiris, Oser, Sori is his eighth-generation grandson. King Muja'Dib Jamel El'Osiris, Oser, Sori holds sovereign authority over the Kingdom of Numi-Numidia through constitutional and legislative provisions and serves as the kingdom's representative in dealings with foreign powers.


Prince Abdul Rahman Ibrahima Sori came from the Royal family of the Fula, a tribe in West Africa (Fula: 𞤊𞤵𞥅𞤼𞤢 𞤔𞤢𞤤𞤮𞥅, romanized: Fuuta Jaloo; Arabic: فوتا جالون) is a highland region in the center of Guinea, roughly corresponding with Middle Guinea, in West Africa. The captive Prince Abdul Rahman was taken to the Gambia River and sold onto the slave ship Africa, reportedly for "two bottles of rum, eight hands of tobacco, two flasks of powder, and a few muskets." Trans-shipped Dominica to New Orleans, he was taken upriver to Natchez, Mississippi, where he and another enslaved person were sold to Thomas Foster for about $950. There, after an early abortive escape attempt, he labored for more than thirty-eight years before gaining his freedom. On Christmas day, 1794, he married Isabella, another slave of Foster's, and eventually fathered a large family of nine children. Isabella would join the Baptist Church by 1797. Though Abdul Rahman regularly attended services with his family by 1818, he continued to have objections to those aspects of Christianity that contradicted the Islamic faith of his upbringing, particularly the doctrine of the Trinity, while also criticizing how Christianity was practiced in the context of American plantation slavery.

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Royal Coat of Arms
High King
Numi-Numidoria Kingdom

Prince Jamel El'Oser and Her Highness Princess Saidah were approached and  Coronated by High Priests and chosen by the Berbers and African people to lead a Kingdom with the African Diaspora in America. The Prince and his Princess were given new names and new titles: King Muja'Dib Jamel and Queen Muja'Dib Saidah  − The Prince and the Princess were known as Sovereign High King, and High Queen of ancient ancestry bloodline called Berbers Mende, Fula, Mauri Amazigh.

Welcome to our Kingdom Flags of Numi

Abdul Rahman Ibrahima ibn Sori (1762-July 6, 1829)

Royal Family of Sori-Oser

King Muja'Dib Jamel El'Osiris Oser Sori
Eighth-Generation descendant of Abdul Rahman

Royal Family of Sori-Oser

The King Monogram

Royal Family of Sori-Oser

Queen Muja'Dib Saidah El'Osiris Oser Sori

Royal Family of Sori-Oser

The Queen Monogram

Royal Family of Sori-Oser

Welcome to our Kingdom Flags of Numi

The Crown Royal Flag

The Flag to Numi Kingdom

The Crown Defense Flag to Numi Kingdom

The Crown Royal Flag

The red background and the gold border on the Numi flag represent the Gold stars' hardiness, bravery, strength, and valor. Two stars on each corner of the flag represent love, truth, peace, freedom, justice, and wisdom; the color of Islam and the Lions in the swords represent protection. Means the seal of Ausar. The 12 Stars branches also represent the pillars of Islam.

The Kingdom Flag of Present-day

The red background and the gold border on the Numi flag represent bravery, strength, and courage, with the Green and gold stars protecting all. Three stars on the coat of arms stand for Mother and Father God, representing the color of Islam, and the Lions in the swords represent protection. Means the seal of Ausar. The crossbar is a symbol of the Ankh.

The Ministry of Defense of Present-day

The Flag that is being used by the Ministry of Defense ( Peace be upon you- السلام عليكم on the face of the Flag) by the internationally recognized Numi Kingdom. Their emblem, outlined in gold, is placed on a red background with two lions and twelve stars that recognize The Mauri people worldwide. Two swords cross each other to protect The Crown of Numi; The Flag can be seen online

Flag of the Berber People Numi-Numidoria

The flag of the Berber People (Amazigh, the name meaning "free men") or the flag of the indigenous inhabitants of North Africa. Currently, the Amazigh (Berber) population is spread between the Canary Islands, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Numi-Numidoria, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, and Tunisia.

Order of Numi-Numidoria
Noble Titles

His Royal Majesty/Her Royal Majesty:
The reigning Monarch. (Hereditary Monarchy)
1.   High King Mu-ja’Dib ·Muad’Dib, Muja'Dib El'Osiris, El'Oser, El'Sori
1a. High Queen Mu-ja’Dib ·Muad’Dib, Muja'Dib El'Osiris, El'Oser, El'Sori 

Her Excellency:
Queen Mother (Nkunja): The mother of the reigning monarch, serving in the Queen's Court with a respected position. (Appointed Queen Mother to serve under the Queen's court)

Her Royal Highness/His Royal Highness:
Princess/Prince: Direct royal offspring
A close male relative of a monarch, especially a son's son.
2. Príncipe del  El
    Príncipe de la El
A princess is a female member of a royal family, usually the daughter of a king or queen or the wife of a prince.
3. Princesa del El
    Princesa de la El

His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Dux/Ducissa: Equivalent to Duke/Duchess, overseeing regions of significant importance.
4. Grand Dux El, Dux of El (Chief), Jrand duq 'iil
Among the High Nobility, Princes and Princesses are the highest order in Numi-Numidia Divine bloodlines from Elohim. 
4a. Grand Ducissa El, Ducissa 
The wife of a duke or a Woman holds a ducal title in her own right within immediate divine guidance or by officials regarded as divinely guided.

His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Oba/Obi: Advisor to the monarch, playing a key role in decision-making.

His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Marchio/Marchionessa: Similar to a Marquess/Marchioness, with a focus on the kingdom's borders.
5a. Marchio of El,  Vizconde
A marquess man was trusted to defend and fortify against potentially hostile neighbors and was thus more important and ranked higher than a count. The title is ranked below that of a duke, which was often primarily restricted to the royal family of Numi-Numidia.
6a. Marchionessa of El, Vizcondesa
The wife of a Marquess or a Woman who holds the rank of marquess in her own right and immediate divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided.

His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Baro/Baronessa: The Baron or Baroness, overseeing smaller territories or towns.
7. Baro'El
one of a class of tenants holding his rights and title by military or another honorable service directly from a feudal superior (such as a Duke'El): a lord of the realm

7a. Baronessa'El
a woman is holding the rank of baron either as a life peerage or as a hereditary rank, own right and immediate divine guidance, or by officials regarded as divinely guided.

His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Dominus/Domina: A general title for Lord or Lady, representing various levels of nobility within the Kingdom. 

 His Excellency/ Her Excellency:
Viscount/Viscountess: Assisting higher-ranking nobles in their duties.

Historic facts:

A High King is a King who holds a position of seniority over a group of other Kings in the Mauri Moorish Kingdom, without the title of emperor.
Similar titles include Great King and king of kings. The High Kings of history usually ruled over lands of cultural unity; thus, High Kings differentiate from emperors who control culturally different lands, and feudal monarchs, where subordinates assume lesser positions. High Kings can be chosen by lesser rulers through elections or be put into power by force through conquest of weaker kingdoms.

Numi Kingdom
Coat of Arms

The Royal coat of arms of the Numidoria-Numi Kingdom, or the Royal Arms for short, is the official coat of arms of the Moorish monarch, currently King Muja'Dib Jamel El'Oser; these arms are used by the King and Queen in his and her official capacity as monarchs of the Numi Kingdom. In addition, variants of the Royal Arms are used by members of the Numi Royal family Ancestry Bloodline, by the Mende, Fula, and Mauri Amazigh tribes. 

The Queen of Numi
Coat of Arms

The Names of Royal Family