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Muslim prosperity under al-Walid 3:629b Umayyads, or oMAYYADs, first great
Muslim dynasty to rule the Empire of the Caliphate (AD 661–750); sometimes
referred to as the Arab kingdom, reflecting traditional Muslim disapproval of the ...
By allying himself with the Seljuq Sultans Alp-Arslan and Malik-Shāh, Muslim
annexed part of northern Syria and thus established Uqaylid rule over an area
reaching from Aleppo to Baghdad. 'Uqaylid fortunes declined, however, when
challenge. occupied. Shāh. Wali. Allāh's. adult. life. Shāh Wali Allāh believed that
Muslim polity could be restored to its former splendour by a policy of religious
reform that would harmonize ...
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