Übersetzung für 'Qarmatians' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Qarmatians [9th - 11th century]
Qaramita {pl} [auch: Quarmaten, Karmaten]
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Übersetzung für 'Qarmatians' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Qarmatians [9th - 11th century]
Qaramita {pl} [auch: Quarmaten, Karmaten]hist.pol.relig.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Before Abu Tahrir's rule, the Qarmatians had launched several raids along the pilgrim routes crossing Arabia.
  • He praised Sevener-Qarmatians during the first fifty pages of his recently published book of Mansur Al-Hallaj about their social revolution achieved.
  • Battle of the Qarmatians in 929.
  • In 926 Yusuf was instructed by the caliph to take charge of the campaign against the Qarmatians of al-Hasa.
  • The Ismaili Shia sect known at the Qarmatians seized Bahrain in 899 AD, making it their stronghold and base of operations.

  • In their attack on Islam's holiest sites, the Qarmatians desecrated the Zamzam Well with corpses of Hajj pilgrims and took the Black Stone from Mecca to Ain Al Kuayba in Qatif.
  • The Qarmatians' goal was to build a society based on reason and equality.
  • During his campaigns in India, Mu'izz al-Din extirpated several local dynasties which included the Qarmatians of Multan, Ghaznavids of Lahore, Chauhans of Ajmer, Tomaras of Delhi, Jadauns of Bayana and possibly the Gahadavalas of Kannauj as well.
  • The Qarmatian invasion of Iraq was a large-scale raid by the Qarmatians of Bahrayn against the Abbasid Caliphate's metropolitan region of Iraq, that began in autumn of 927 and continued until the summer of 928.
  • In 1077–1078, an Arab sheikh named Abdullah bin Ali Al Uyuni defeated the Qarmatians in Bahrain and al-Hasa with the help of the Seljuq Turks of Baghdad and founded the Uyunid dynasty.

  • Ibn Banu is not subsequently mentioned, but the Abbasid reconquest of al-Qatif was short-lived, as the Qarmatians were soon back in control of the oasis.
  • In addition, the neighboring Qarmatians of al-Hasa sought to gain possession of Suhar, and Qarmatian raids into Oman were common during this period.
  • The Qarmatians had been expelled from Egypt and Iraq following their defeat at the hands of the Abbasids there.
  • The current name could be related to "Isma'il ibn Yusuf al-Ukhaidhir" from Banu Ukhaidhir who launched a rebellion against the Abbasid, then later he became the governor of Kufa with the support of Qarmatians.
  • The [...] or [...] were a subgroup of the Qarmatians that was active in southern Iraq in the early 10th century.

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