Arab Administrator Treasurer and Minister of Defense of the Umayyad Caliphate

Arab Administrator Treasurer and Minister of Defense of the Umayyad Caliphate

Arab Administrator Treasurer and Minister of Defense of the Umayyad Caliphate


Hospitality Rayanta From ancient times the Arabs were famous for their hospitality. In the corner guest house. When your own A Despite Naz's financial misery, they did not skimp on hospitality. They would sit together and eat with the guests. Although the guest was the enemy, they did not disrespect the guest. Apart from this, architecture and music also spread during this period. The development of Muslim architecture took place during the reign of Khulafa Rashedin. The mosques built in different places, including the Medina Mosque, bear the signature of the earliest pubs of Muslim architecture. Music is also prevalent in Arab society. Different types of harp, guitar, tambourine, tambourine, ud etc. They used to relax by playing musical instruments. Thus it can be said that the era of Khulafa Rashedin was a glorious chapter in the history of the Islamic world.

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The Umayyad Khilafat (661-750 AD)

Hajjaj bin Yusuf (61-614 AD :Hajjaj bin Yusuf was. He was born in the month of Kan in the year 61 AD in the city of Taif in present day Saudi Arabia. He started his career as a madrasa teacher in his early life. But later he joined the Umayyad administration and became the provincial governor in his own right. He was the governor of the eastern part of the Umayyad Empire (Iraq). He was an administrator of intelligent and strict nature. Many Arab historians describe this absolute friend of the Umayyad Caliphate as a man of strict character. However, Hajjaj's contribution to the strengthening of the Umayyad Empire

Unparalleled and everlasting. As a result of its rigorous selection of troops, the Umayyad forces under Abdul Malik and al-Walid were able to expand the Muslim empire. Hajjaj was Abdul Malik's advisor on Arabicization. He encouraged Khalifa Abdul Malik to engrave authentic Arabic currency. He was the one who invented Naqtada to read and pronounce Arabic correctly. His role in the Arab and Muslim expeditions in India is important. He sent expeditions to the Indus with the permission of the Umayyad Caliph al-Walid. At first, he sent expeditions led by Obaidullah and Budayel. When they were defeated, he again sent Muhammad bin Qasim on an expedition. Muhammad bin Qasim defeated Dahir, king of Sindh in 612 AD, and established Muslim rule in India. Hajjaj bin Yusuf died in 614 AD.


Muhammad bin Qasim (695-615 AD)

Muhammad bin Qasim was born on December 31, 695 AD in Taif, present day Saudi Arabia. His father Qasim bin Yusuf died in his infancy. His uncle Hajjaj bin Yusuf, the Umayyad governor, trained him in martial arts. Angered by the arrogance of Dahir, the king of Sindh, Hajjaj bin Yusuf sent Muhammad bin Qasim on an expedition against Dahir in 612 AD. Muhammad bin Qasim defeated Dahir, king of Sindh and captured Sindh. After the remarkable success of the conquest of Sindh and Multan, Muhammad bin Qasim set out to conquer the whole of India. But in the meantime, when Caliph Walid died, he fell into the trap of the new Caliph Sulaiman. It is said that Muhammad bin Qasim was the daughter of King Dahir.



They complained to Caliph Sulaiman about his misbehavior towards the Sun Goddess and the Paramal Goddess 

Arab Administrator Treasurer and Minister of Defense of the Umayyad Caliphate

The caliph became enraged and ordered Qasim to be brought to Damascus in a cowhide wrapped in salt, and he died on the way to Damascus in July 615 AD. Historical Balajuri and Ibn. According to Khaldun, the story is baseless and baseless. He was primarily due to the personal dislike of Caliph Sulaiman. Drinks For this he was first taken prisoner and later killed. The establishment of the Umayyad dynasty is a landmark event in the history of Islam. The caliphate that Muawiyah bin Abu Sufyan established in Damascus in 61 AD after the death of Hazrat Ali (ra), the last caliph of Rashedin, and the departure of Hazrat Imam Hasan (ra), is known as the 'Umayyad caliphate'. As the Umayyads gained power in the Arab Empire, not only did hereditary rule begin, but also radical change in governance policy. And new influences and customs emerge in the political, social, economic, cultural and spiritual life of Muslims. Syed Amir Ali in his famous book 'A Short History of Saracens' has rightly commented on the Umayyad Caliphate "The accession of the Umayyad did not simply imply a change of dynasty. " That is, “Umayyad rulers. By adopting foreign and foreign customs, they have lost their religious consciousness and independence. ” In a word, they turned the Islamic state into a worldly state by worldly pleasures. In this context.


The statement of the historian von Kramer is noteworthy: "During the Umayyad period, the previous policy, ideology, shape and nature all changed radically." Mate had 14 rulers in the Umayyad Caliphate and the Umayyad Empire through the Battle of Jab in 750 AD. The fall occurs. This chapter discusses the Umayyad Caliphate.

Suppression of Abu Rakwa: A saint named Abu Rakwa secretly fled from Spain to Egypt. He captured Barca with the help of Janata goal. Caliph Al Hakim sent a general named Inal against him. But he was defeated. Abu Rakwa established his capital at Barka. This caused a mixed reaction in Egypt. Many emirs, including al-Hakim's prime minister Hussein, support Abu Rakwa. Caliph Hakim sent an army led by Fazl. Jal called the rebels and conspirators separately and kept an eye on them and against Rakwa. Conducts military operations. Defeated, Rakwa first went to Qayyum and then to Saba. Does. Rakwa again attacked Sajal and was defeated. Defeated, Abu Rakwa, the envoy of the Caliph Hakim, disguised himself as a candidate to meet the King of Nubia. Fazal Abu Rakwa was taken prisoner with the help of the King of Nubia. Brought to Cairo. At the behest of the caliph, Rakwa was taken on a camel and flogged to make the whole road go round! When Rakwa died of whipping, he was beheaded and taken to the royal court. Thus Rakwa was brutally killed. 

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Formulation of governance policy

After taking power in his own hands in 1001, he formulated several policies.


1. Instead of addressing the caliph as our master, lord, etc., only 'Amirul Mamenin' should be addressed.


2. Gives more importance to the night than the day and starts the meeting of the Minister or Advisory Council at night.


3. He would go out on city trips at night. 


4. Artificial alaye roads are arranged in alakemala. 


5. shops, business establishments all keep the raft at night and buy and sell instructions. . He ordered the killing of such animals as dogs and pigs were unclean.


6. The caliph strictly instructed the women not to leave the house at night. 

7. Even to shoe manufacturers They are instructed not to make women's outdoor shoes. 


8. Alcohol is banned and any use of alcohol is a punishable offense, he said. 


9. Religious symbols of Judeo-Christians are required to wear bells and crosses.


10, preventing ordinary people from entering Kaira. 


11. He issued an order to walk barefoot in front of the palace. 


12. Obstruction of Johar prayers.


Thus he introduced many new rules and announced the death penalty for disobedience. Moreover, many restrictions were imposed on the movement of Christians and Jews. Even state functions, offices and courts are run at night instead of during the day under the direction of the magistrate. However, the Caliph Hakim was later forced to cancel the arrangement. 


Public interest: Khalifa al-Hakim was a pro-democracy ruler. He used to give generously to alleviate the sufferings of the people. The Abbasid Caliph, according to Harun-ur-Rashid, used to walk the streets at night and take notice of the misery of the people. For this reason, he killed Fahad and Isa-bin-Nastab, accused of financial corruption, and cracked down on grain hoarders. Cow slaughter without a single sacrifice was prohibited. Although the policies adopted by him seemed unrealistic, there was a public interest mentality behind it.


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