Ceremony Systems for Al -Murabteen and Al- Muwahid in the Islamic Maghreb448-668 AH

Authors

  • Zamzam Mohamed Sabber Asst. Prof. Rahim Khalaf Oklah (Ph.D.)

Keywords:

ceremonies, Diwaniyah, embassies

Abstract

The study examines the Diwaniyah decree systems for the states of Al-Murabteen and Al-Muwahiden explaining how the Shura initially established the rule in Al-Murabteen. With Youssef's arrival the rule changed to hereditary out of fear of chaos and the necessity for a prince to compose the state's laws and the hearts of the Moroccan and Andalusian boys, as well as his duties evaluating complaints, disbanding inmates, and allocating funds. The Murabteen wore black clothing as their symbol, adopted the titles as "Nasser al-Din and The Prince of Muslims", which had been used later on. They also follow the Al-Mohads in their system of government. The latter consists of the state council and leaders, who are dismissed when they behave badly or defy some governors and endanger the security of the state. Additionally, they took badges, including whiteness, as their emblem, and among their titles are Al- Mahdi Al- Malaum and the infallible Imam and Ibn Tumart Al-Mahdi gave his successor, Abd Al-Mu’min, the title Commander of the Faithful. titles were the known Mahdi and the infallible Imam. And upon his successor, Abd al-Mu’min, Ibn Tumart al-Mahdi gave the title of Commander of the Faithful

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Published

2024-04-26