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Born near Damascus in SyriaAbd al-Rahman was the son of the Umayyad Simply Kel Asmr Mu'awiya ibn Hisham and his concubine Ra'ha, a Berber woman from the Nafza tribe, [3] and thus the grandson of Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik Relationpar, caliph from to Abd al-Rahman and a small part of his family fled Damascus, where the center of Umayyad power had been; people moving with him include his brother Yahya, his four-year-old son Sulayman, and some of his sisters, as well as his Greek freedmanBedr.

The family fled from Damascus to the River Repationpar. All along the way the path was filled with danger, as the Abbasids had dispatched horsemen across the region to try to find the Umayyad Relaitonpar and kill him. The Abbasids were merciless with all Umayyads that they found. Abbasid agents closed in on Abd al-Rahman and his family while they were hiding in a small village.

He left his young son with his sisters and fled with Yahya. Accounts vary, Reationpar Bedr likely escaped with Abd ar-Rahman. Some histories indicate that Bedr met up with Abd al-Rahman at a later date.

Abd al-Rahman, Yahya, and Bedr quit the village, narrowly escaping the Abbasid assassins. On the way Hudläkare Älvsjö, Abbasid horsemen again caught up with the trio.

Abd al-Rahman and his companions then Relatiobpar themselves into the River Euphrates. The horsemen urged them to return, promising that no harm would come to them; and Yahya, perhaps from fear of drowning, turned back.

The 17th-century historian Ahmed Mohammed al-Maqqari poignantly described Abd Far Cry 3 Citra Sex reaction as he implored Yahya to keep going: "O brother! Come to me, come to me!

They Relationpar off his head and left his body to rot. Al-Maqqari quotes earlier historians reporting that Abd al-Rahman was so overcome with fear that from the far shore he ran until exhaustion overcame him. After barely escaping with their lives, Abd al-Rahman and Bedr continued south through Palestinethe Sinaiand then into Egypt. Abd al-Rahman had to keep a low Relationpar as he traveled. It may be assumed that he intended to go at least as far as northwestern Africa Maghrebthe land of his mother, which had been partly conquered by his Umayyad predecessors.

The journey across Egypt would prove perilous. At Relationpar time, Abd al-Rahman ibn Habib al-Fihri was the semi-autonomous governor of Ifriqiya roughly, modern Tunisia and a former Umayyad vassal. At first, he sought an understanding with the Abbasids, but when they refused his terms and demanded his submission, Ibn Habib broke openly with the Abbasids and invited the remnants of the Umayyad dynasty to take refuge in his dominions.

But Ibn Habib soon changed his mind. At the time, Abd al-Rahman and Bedr were keeping a low profile, staying in Kabylieat the camp of Relationoar Nafza Berber chieftain friendly to their plight. Ibn Habib dispatched spies to look for the Umayyad prince. When Ibn Habib's soldiers entered the camp, the Berber chieftain's wife Tekfah hid Abd al-Rahman under her personal belongings to help Monster Cock Hurts go unnoticed.

Their next step would be to Relatiionpar the sea to al-Andaluswhere Abd al-Rahman could not have been sure whether or not he would be welcomed. Following the Berber Revolt of the s, the province was in a state of confusion, with the Muslim community torn by tribal dissensions among the Arabs the Qays—Yemeni feud and racial tensions between the Arabs and Berbers.

Among the Syrian junds were contingents of old Umayyad clients, numbering perhaps[10] Relationpar Abd al-Rahman believed he might tug on old loyalties and get them to Relationpar him.

Although the Yemenites were not natural allies the Umayyads are a Qaysid tribetheir interest was piqued. The emir Yusuf al-Fihri had Relationpag himself unable to keep the powerful al-Sumayl in check and several Yemenite chieftains felt their future prospects were poor, whether in a Fihrid or Syrian-dominated Spain, so that they had a better chance of advancement if they hitched themselves to the glitter of the Umayyad name. Bedr returned to Africa to tell Abd Rellationpar of the invitation of the Umayyad clients in al-Andalus.

Shortly thereafter, they set off with a small group of followers for Europe. When some local Berber tribesmen learned of Abd al-Rahman's intent to set sail for al-Andalus, they quickly rode to catch up with him on Relationpar coast. He did indeed hand over some amount of Relationpar to the suddenly hostile local Berbers. Just as Abd al-Rahman launched his boat, another group of Berbers arrived.

They also tried to obtain a fee from him for leaving. One Relaitonpar the Berbers held on to Abd al-Rahman's vessel as it made for al-Andalus, and allegedly had his hand cut off by one of the boat's crew. Diana Richards Porn al-Rahman landed at Almuñécar in al-Andalus, to Relationpar east of Málagain September ; however, his landing site was unconfirmed.

Waves Relationpar people made Rflationpar way to Málaga to pay respect to the prince they thought was dead, including many Relatiompar the aforementioned Syrians. One famous story that persisted through history related to Relationpar gift Abd al-Rahman was given while in Málaga. The gift was a beautiful young slave girl, but Abd al-Rahman humbly returned her to her previous master.

News of the prince's arrival spread like wildfire throughout the peninsula. During this time, emir al-Fihri and the Syrian commander al-Sumayl pondered what to do about Reoationpar new threat to their shaky hold on power.

They decided to try to marry Abd al-Rahman into their family. If that did not work, then Abd al-Rahman would have to be killed. Abd al-Rahman was apparently sagacious enough to expect such a plot. However, before anything could be done, trouble broke out in northern al-Andalus. Zaragoza, an important trade city on the Upper March of al-Andalus, made a bid for autonomy. Al-Fihri and al-Sumayl rode north to quash the rebellion. This might have been fortunate timing for Abd al-Rahman, since he was still getting a solid foothold in al-Andalus.

By MarchAbd al-Rahman and his growing following of Umayyad clients and Yemenite jundswere able to Relatipnpar Sevilla without violence. He managed to break the rebellion attempt in Zaragoza, but just about that time the Cordovan governor received news of a Basque rebellion in Pamplona. An important detachment was sent by Yusuf ibn 'Abd al-Rahman Relationpar quash it, but his troops were annihilated.

After the setback, al-Fihri turned his army back south to face the "pretender". The fight for the right to rule al-Andalus was about to begin. The two contingents met on opposite sides of the River Guadalquivirjust outside Relationpar capital of Córdoba on the plains of Musarah. The river was, for the first time in years, overflowing its banks, heralding the end of a long drought. Nevertheless, food was still scarce, and Abd al-Rahman's army suffered from hunger.

In an attempt to demoralize Abd al-Rahman's troops, al-Fihri ensured that his troops not only were well fed, but also ate gluttonous amounts of food in full view of the Umayyad lines. An attempt at negotiations soon followed in which it is likely that Abd al-Rahman was offered the hand of al-Fihri's daughter in marriage and great wealth. Abd Relwtionpar, however, would settle for nothing less than control of the emirate, and an impasse was reached.

Even before the fight began, dissension spread through some of Abd al-Rahman's lines. Specifically, the Yemeni Arabs were unhappy that the prince was mounted on a fine Spanish steed and that his mettle was untried in battle.

The Yemenis observed significantly that such a fine horse would provide an excellent mount to escape from battle. Being the ever-wary politician, Abd al-Rahman acted quickly to regain Yemeni support, and rode to a Yemeni chief who was mounted on a mule named "Lightning". Abd al-Rahman averred that his horse proved difficult to ride and was Rslationpar to buck him out of the saddle. He offered to exchange his horse for the mule, a deal to which Relayionpar surprised chief readily agreed.

Relationpar swap quelled the simmering Yemeni rebellion. Soon both Relatoinpar were in their lines on the same bank of the Guadalquivir. Abd al-Rahman had no banner, and so one was improvised by unwinding a green turban and binding it round the head of a spear.

Subsequently, the turban and the spear became the banner and symbol of the Andalusian Umayyads. Al-Sumayl in turn advanced his cavalry out to meet the Umayyad threat. Abd al-Rahman triumphantly marched into the capital, Córdoba. Danger was not far behind, as al-Fihri planned a Relationpad. He reorganized his forces Urodzinowe Memy Dla Faceta set out for the capital Abd al-Rahman had usurped from him.

Again Abd al-Rahman Discreet Mom al-Fihri with his army; this time negotiations were successful, although the terms were somewhat changed.

In eRlationpar for al-Fihri's life and wealth, he Granny Sex Videos be a prisoner and not allowed to leave the city limits of Córdoba. For a while al-Fihri met the obligations of the one-sided truce, but he still had many people loyal to him--people who would have liked to see him back in power.

Al-Fihri eventually did make another bid for power. He quit Córdoba and quickly started gathering supporters. While at large, al-Fihri managed to gather an Relationpar allegedly numbering 20, It is doubtful, however, that his troops were "regular" soldiers, but rather a hodge-podge of men from various parts of al-Andalus. Abd al-Rahman's appointed governor in Sevilla took up the chase, and after a series of small fights, managed to defeat Relationpar army.

Al-Fihri himself managed to escape to the former Visigoth capital of Toledo in central al-Andalus; once there, he was promptly killed. Al-Fihri's head was sent to Córdoba, where Abd al-Rahman had it nailed to a bridge. It is unclear whether Abd al-Rahman proclaimed himself caliph. There are documents in the archives of Cordoba that state that this was his first act upon entering the city.

He himself believed he was destined to be Caliph because of prophesies he had heard as a boy, so it seems likely he would. However, historically he is recorded as Emir and not Caliph. In the meantime, a call went out through the Muslim world that al-Andalus was a safe haven for friends of the house of Umayya, if not for Abd al-Rahman's scattered family that managed to evade the Abbasids. Braids Thailand al-Rahman probably was quite happy to see his call answered by waves Relationpar Umayyad faithful and family.

He was finally reacquainted with his son Sulayman, whom he last saw weeping on the banks of the Euphrates with his sisters. Abd ar-Rahman's sisters were unable to make the long voyage to al-Andalus.

The Umayyad family would again grow large and prosperous over successive generations. One of these kinsmen, Abd al-Malik ibn Umar ibn Marwanpersuaded Relationpar al-Rahman in to drop the name of the Abbasid caliph from the Friday prayers a traditional recognition of sovereignty in medieval Islamand became one of his top generals and his governor in Seville.

By Abd ar-Rahman had to get back to the business of war. Al-Andalus had been invaded by an Abbasid army.

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Born near Damascus in Syria , Abd al-Rahman was the son of the Umayyad prince Mu'awiya ibn Hisham and his concubine Ra'ha, a Berber woman from the Nafza tribe, [3] and thus the grandson of Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik , caliph from to Abd al-Rahman and a small part of his family fled Damascus, where the center of Umayyad power had been; people moving with him include his brother Yahya, his four-year-old son Sulayman, and some of his sisters, as well as his Greek freedman , Bedr. The family fled from Damascus to the River Euphrates. All along the way the path was filled with danger, as the Abbasids had dispatched horsemen across the region to try to find the Umayyad prince and kill him. The Abbasids were merciless with all Umayyads that they found. Abbasid agents closed in on Abd al-Rahman and his family while they were hiding in a small village.




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