Middle Eastern History and Civilization Week 4 Notes
Middle Eastern History and Civilization Week 4 Notes ASH 1044
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Celia Bonett The Abbasids were very cunning. o With a strong military, they were able to exploit the Umayyad’s moments of weakness and overthrow the empire o Muhammad would not have the same capability because his “military” was just a collection of tribesmen willing to sacrifice themselves in the name of God, which can be very powerful Abbasid state: o more complex state than the ones that Muhammad described/lived in Mohammad: nomads, tribes, state at war/expanding, monotheist, polytheist Abbasid: had big settled, capital cities, culture mixing, trade relations with people far away, administrative traditions harder to deal with o More diverse: Umayyad had Persians and Byzantines Abbasid had Turks and Greeks from Constantinople o Leadership methods are complex: Caliphs chosen through Shura Committee Laws and a different culture from Muhammad Muhammad’s rules – people wound up not getting along with the Jews that lived in the city (the Abbasid Muslims were a minority), they chased out nonMuslims in Medina, which would not have worked for the Abbasids. o Muhammad Muslims were generally the same o Abbasid Muslims – Sunni and Shi’a
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