Most of conquest of Spain by the Arabs was a very significant event

The conquest of Spain by the Arabs was a very significant event

Most of conquest of Spain by the Arabs was a very significant event

The result is the end of Islam Introduces Results of the Conquest of Spain The results were as follows This conquest did not only extend the dominance.


Umayyad dynasty :On the contrary, as a result of the expansion of the Muslim kingdom, its religious, political, social and cultural influence became widespread. It brought about a social revolution by overthrowing the aristocracy and the clergy. The Arabs introduced taxation on the basis of power and justice. The ideals of Islamic equality and brotherhood established friendship and harmony among them. The rights and powers of the privileged classes are violated. Non-Muslims gain security of life and property and religious freedom by paying only security jizya tax. Slaves breathe a sigh of relief as they gain human status. 

Political: Spain's conquest established Muslim empires across three continents. Seville was chosen as the capital of Spain as a result of Muslim rule. The king, the clergy and the aristocracy all broke the power. It comes under Muslim administration with the same status. The Muslims formed a new administration. 

Economic: The conquest of Spain led to the expansion of industry and trade and the development of agriculture. Spain again became a developed and prosperous country. Historian Amir Ali said, "There is much to be learned from the Muslim rule in Spain. People get relief from illegal taxes and live happily ever after. For almost eight hundred years, Muslims have ruled Spain with pride. 

Cultural: During the Muslim rule , the inhabitants of Spain reached the pinnacle of progress in education, culture and civilization. The civilization cherished by the Muslim rulers of that time was ignorant of the whole world, especially Europe. Darkness leads to the kingdom of Alec and begins a renaissance in Europe. 

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Religious: In the religious field, the whole picture of Spain changes. Religious freedom freed Jews from the persecution, persecution, and forcible conversion of the elite to Christianity. Jews, Christians and Muslims could perform their rituals without hindrance. Slaves are happiest. They get back all the human rights and privileges. Historian Hale said, “New churches were allowed to be built until the fall of the caliphate. And there was no ban on the bell market in every corner of the church for worship. The Conquest of Sindh The conquest of Sindh by the Arabs during the reign of the Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid was a significant event in the history of Islam. Events. There were some direct and indirect reasons behind the Arab invasion of Indus. 

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Most of conquest of Spain by the Arabs was a very significant event

Beyond was the era of expansion of the Muslim empire. This imperialist and expansionist policy of Khalifa Alwali was one of the reasons for the conquest of Indus. 

Wealth Gain: At that time India was full of wealth and prosperity. As a result of maritime trade off the coast of India. Arab merchants became aware of the wealth and prosperity of India and expedited the Indus for economic reasons.

Asylum seekers: Many Iraqis seek refuge in the Indus region after being severely tortured by the eastern ruler Hajjaj. Hajjaj then requested King Dahir of Sindh to send back the rebels. But Dahir refused.


Political and military reasons: The lack of political unity in the kingdom of Sindhuraj Dahir and his racism angered the Hindu subjects especially the lower caste Hindus. At this time the deprived lower caste Hindus wished for the arrival of a powerful external force. In 612 AD, Muhammad bin Qasim's invasion of Sindh took place at Maksam. Besides, the Muslim authorities had a high opinion of the Muslim forces led by Muhammad bin Qasim, organized by Hajjaj bin Yusuf. The Indus army, confined within its borders, was in many ways weaker than the Arab army. These weaknesses encouraged the Muslim forces to conquer the Indus. 

The MostLY Direct reason

The book ‘Chachnama’, which contains the early history of Muslims in India, states that Sindh is a pirate. The direct cause of this expedition was the plunder of Arab ships by Hajjaj demanded compensation when the pirates of Debal, a ship with many valuable gifts sent by the king of Sinhala to Caliph Walid and Hajjaj, looted it. There were many Arab merchants and their orphaned children in this ship. King Dahir's compensation or punishment of robbers.  In such a manner Hajjaj ordered the Indus expedition. The direct cause of the Indus conquest of Abard was systematic GTO ST 07977869 Sir Wolseley Haig Total 7500, "The king of Ceylon was sending to Hajjaj, viceroy of the western provinces of Caliphate. That is, “Muslims killed in Sinhala near Hajjaj, the governor of the eastern kingdoms of the Sinhala king caliphate.

The merchants were sending orphans and gifts. But they and their cargo were attacked and looted by pirates on the Indus coast.

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 son-in-law and Hazrat Fatima (ra) daughter of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) are known as Fatemi in 2 Tahas. After the demise of the Prophet (peace be upon him) a group of Muslims support Hazrat Ali (peace be upon him) but they do not consider the first three caliphs of the caliphate as legitimate. They are known in history as the 'Alabi' or Shia community. Later they were divided into different parts. One of them is the son of Hazrat Ali (ra). Muhammad al-Hanafia was accepted as the Imam. They mobilized the Abbasi movement and with their support the Abbasid Caliphate was established. Hazrat Ali (ra) was the first, Imam Hasan (ra) and Husain (ra) the second and third, Imam Husain (ra) 's son Zainul Abidin (ra) the fourth Imam and Zainul Abidin (ra). Muhammad al-Bakir, the son of the Prophet, was accepted as the fifth Imam. Similarly, they regard Zafar al-Sadiq, the son of Muhammad al-Bakir, as the sixth Imam. 

Then they split into two

(1) Believer in Isna Asharia or Twelfth Imam.

(2) Ismaili or Sabaiya meaning believer in the seven Imams.

There is no difference of opinion among them till Imam Zafar As-Sadiq. Before his death, Zafar As-Sadiq appointed his son Ishmael as Imam. But when Ishmael died before the death of Jafar al-Sadiq, Jafar appointed his other son Musa al-Qazim as Imam. In this sequence, one group believes in the Barajan Imam, but the Ismailis reject Musa al-Qazim and accept Ismail's son Muhammad al-Maktum (Gupta or Bateni) as Imam. According to them, the Zahiri Imamate has ended since Ishmael and Muhammad al-Maktum. Bateni Imamate has started from. They are also called Sabaiya because they believe in seven Imams. They. The Persian philosopher Munir was influenced by philosophy. They answered in 909 AD under the leadership of Obaidullah Al-Mahdi.

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