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Journal:   TARIKH WA TAMADDUN-I ISLAMI   FALL 2017-WINTER 2018 , Volume 13 , Number 26 ; Page(s) 25 To 38.
 
Paper: 

WAR, PEACE AND A MARRIAGE: THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TULUNID RULER KHUMARAWAYH (270-282 A.H.) AND THE ABBASID CALIPHATE

 
 
Author(s):  PANJEH MASOUMALI*
 
* DEPARTMENT HISTORY & CIVILIZATION OF ISLAMIC NATIONS, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH BRANCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

This article examines the relationship between the Tulunid, an autonomous dynasty in Egypt and Syria (270-282 A. H.) and the Abbasid Caliphate that was commenced with a war and continued with peace and a marriage when al-muwaffaq, brother of abbasid Caliph and the main enemy of Tul?nids, couldn’t succeed to defeat Ibn Tulun by threats and even psychological warfare, a war sparked with his son Khum?rawayh. The outcome was the Abbasids failure that consequently returned the Tulunids domination over Sh?m (Syria) and the expansion of their territory on the Jazira (Northern Mesopotamia). By absolute authority of Khum?rawayh over Sh?m and Jazira, the Abbasids were forced to accept the peace and affirmed their recognition of the Tulunids as legitimate rulers of the territories between the Euphrates and the Nile. Before the murder of Khum?rawayh, which was the beginning of Tulunids decline, his daughter's marriage to Al-Muta?id caliph strengthened the relationship between the Tulunids and Abbasids.

 
Keyword(s): TUL?NIDS AND ABBASIDS, KHUM?RAWAYH, AL-MUWAFFAQ, AL-MUTA?ID, QATR AL-NADA
 
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