مترجم: توبه یانی، ابراهیم؛
پاييز 1384 - شماره 23 ISC (8 صفحه - از 197 تا 204)
کلید واژه های ماشینی : Jundi Shapur Iranian Abbasid ، The Kufah Muslim World ، The University Jundi Shapur ، Mu ، Jundi Shapur ، THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ، Mahdi Ghaybah Raj ، Kufah Hasan Ali ، Muslim ، Muslim Emigrants Prophet
"Key words: Shi''''ism, Mahdawiyah (belief in Mahdi), Waghifiyah, Imam Musa ibn Ja''''far, Ghaybah (Occultation), Raj''''ah (Return). THE FORMATION OF KHARIJITE STATES IN NORTH AFRICA Reza Kordi At the peak of the spread of intellectual and political movements in early Islamic history, particularly during the period when power was being transferred form the Umayyads to the Abbasids, an influential sect, often known as the Khrijites, managed to muster support for its ideas in a number of peripheral territories at distant corners of the Muslim World. In its shi''''i from, the belief in Mahdi has been closely intertwined with the issue of Ghaybah (Occultation) and Raj''''ah (Return)'''' becoming a pretext for a number of leaders and followers of Muslim sects to base their sreed upon. After power passed to the Abbasid hands, Ctesiphon regained some of its past prosperity, Baghdad was chosen as the new capital of the Muslim World, and hence Jundi Shapur once again found its lost importance under the Iranian viziers of the early Abbasid period."
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