KING ALLA AL-DIN AL-JUWAINI AND HIS POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, URBAN, ECONOMIC AND INTELLECTUAL ROLE AFTER THE MOGUL INVASION TO BAGHDAD FROM 657- 681 A.H

Authors

  • Dr.Kadhim shamukh mohsin

Abstract

King Aladdin Al-Juwayni is considered to be the first king who ruled Iraq upon an
authorization from the Mughal Khan after the occupation of Baghdad in 656 AH by the
Mongol forces led by Hulagu Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan, as a result of which Iraq
became a province of the Mughal Empire after Baghdad was the capital of the Abbasid
Caliphate for five centuries. Alaa Al-Din Al-Juwayni played a prominent and distinguished
role in restoring the political, administrative, economic and intellectual life in Iraq to its
previous era during the Abbasid Caliphate, after the devastation that befell it as a result of the
Mongol invasion. Al-Juwayni was characterized by the political and administrative ingenuity
in presiding over the deliberation of the governance in Iraq. He was sincere to the Iraqis and
he loved them and they loved him, and he is the best of those who ruled Iraq after the
Abbasid caliphs

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

Dr.Kadhim shamukh mohsin. (2020). KING ALLA AL-DIN AL-JUWAINI AND HIS POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, URBAN, ECONOMIC AND INTELLECTUAL ROLE AFTER THE MOGUL INVASION TO BAGHDAD FROM 657- 681 A.H. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1659 - 1692. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1020