International Academic Journal of Social Sciences

  • ISSN 2454-3918

The Study of the reasons of the Islamic dynasties formation in North Africa and Andalusia

Abbas Nico and Galilee Pourhasan Darabih

Abstract: The Umayyad rule dynasty that established by Muawiya bin Abu Sufyan, was not a proper solution to the caliphate. Though it seems that Mu'awi himself had assumed the caliphate to form a dynasty of government, such as that in Iran and Rome, but with time, especially after the Hisham bin Abdul Malik caliphate race, caliphate lost its sacred, and the regime people made their best effort to achieve this post. These diminished the influence of the Umayyads as Islamic Caliphs and ought-subordinated in Islamic territories govern. As a result, numerous Islamic dynasties were formed all over the world after several years. The present article describes the reasons of Islamic dynasties formation during the Umayyad period in North Africa and Andalusia by a descriptive analytical method

Keywords: Umayyad dynasty, Shiite, social discontent, Andalusia, North Africa

Page: 66-72

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2017