:: Volume 1, Issue 25 (3-2017) ::
پژوهشنامه تاریخ اسلام 2017, 1(25): 59-76 Back to browse issues page
Hajj, Convergence and Divergence field among Abbasid and Hassnid From the late Umayyad until the end of the first period of Hosni's uprisings
Leyla NajafianRazavi
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Hajj rituals  in Islam  is unique  opportunity for refinement , Create unity in Islamic Ummah and the other effects. This religious rites, which the Prophet of Islam and Imams emphasized on doing so,  became a tool shortly after the death of the Prophet of God, implement for  direction to political  goals  and  opponents. The contradiction of the public Muslim approach to Hajj, With what the aim of the ruling class and its rival groups has been from the incarnation in different periods of Islamic history, Is a reflective issue For researchers in the field of history.
Considering the Motivation of Hasanid and Abbasid for power since the end of the Umayyad caliphate and the possibility of their productivity from the Hajj season in order to advance their goals, The present study is descriptive-analytic, Answering this fundamental question, the ways of using Abbasids and Hasanid from the end of the Umayyad period to the end of the first period of Sadat Hosni's uprisings How was it from the Hajj season. The hypothesis of the paper claims that Hajj was the opportunity to visit, renewal and planning against sovereignty in the late Umayyad period but after come to rule Abbasids, hajj was a tool for control Sadat Hasanid political activities.
Keywords: Sadat Hasanid, Abbasids, hajj season, Convergence, Divergence.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/01/6 | Accepted: 2018/01/6

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