Şahın, Hanifı
September 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p91
Academic Journal
Islamic societies presented required respect for Ahl al-Bayt. It is niqabat, the foundation date of which isn't clearly known, that made the Ahl al-Bayt connect with politics. Until Buwayhids reign, Abbasid-Talibid records were kept seperately and both families were represented by Abbasids.With Buwayhids, Talibids were made to represent the Ahl al-Bayt and this continued in the same way until the Ilhanli Period.That the Ahl al-Bayt was active during the Ilkhanids reign was due to the shiite's efficiency in administration. In this period, the representatives of Ahl al-Bayt participated in spreading Shiism.This article highlights Ahl al-Bayt's relations with politics, their dominance and situations in society.


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