İpek, Ali
September 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2005, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p189
Academic Journal
Sajids state became independent and powerful under the rule Abu'l-Kasım Yusuf. Yusuf was a pacifist leader and he had released many Armenian captives. Nevertheless, Simbat I, a Bagratid prince, set some politically false activities against Yusuf. Simbat did not obey the conditions of the agreement that he signed with Sajids state. Simbat could not drive away Yusuf from Armenia and he confronted difficult conditions. In the end his faults brought about his death Ashot II succeeded Simbat. Yusuf directed towards east and it caused an administrative disorder in this region that gave Ashot the opportunity to act freely. Ashot attacked against the Muslim Garrisons and killed many Muslims. Later with the support of Byzantines, Ashot allied with some Armenian social groups. As a result of the numerous masccres in Armenia, he managed to rule over in great part of this region.


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