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al jazeera where every. hello again peter will be here in doha with your top stories from al-jazeera iran is taking another step away from the 2050 nuclear deal on rouhani says from weapons to iran will start injecting uranium gas into more than $1000.00 centrifuges that process was banned under the existing agreement but rouhani didn't say whether it will be used to enrich uranium iran's gradually been shutting its commitments to the deal. more as father door on iran's 4th step will be launched at the forto nuclear facility and i will advise the atomic energy organization to start as of tomorrow by feeding gas into the centrifuges i will also inform the p 4 plus one of
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the step this new action will also be under the supervision of the international atomic energy agency dorsetshire body has reaction from tehran. what this means is that the future of this so-called way that's the nuclear agreement extending bleecker and bleaker with each step that iran takes this is the 4th that they've taken so far since may of this year that's when president hassan rouhani said that because the united states withdrew from this deal and imposed a series of new sanctions on iran the european signatories that are left are not complying with the steal and until that happens iran will continue to take these measures to get back its nuclear program on track and to make up for the loss times of the past 4 years since they decided the greed to slow it down because of this deal the president was adamant that they are still in this agreement but it's really up to the europeans to the side whether or not the seal has
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a future. iraqi protest as a blocking roads and bridges in the capital baghdad and several provinces as they step up pressure on the government security forces fired lines rounds of demonstrators gathering near the state t.v. headquarters killing at least 5 people. back to. what we're seeing is an escalation by protesters because there is an impasse between them and the government protesters here in tahrir square released a statement on monday evening saying the entire government must go and that includes dissolving the parliament which do you say is what they missed for election rigging they're calling for early elections and they're also calling for an election committee that would have members free of political party affiliation the president has announced the prime minister either that he would resign once a successor was named he did not give a timetable for that word indicate word for lack of a minute after the president has also said that
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a new election law is going to be drafted a new election committee will be formed and the members will be selected based on credentials not party affiliations the u.s. has formally started withdrawing from the paris climate agreement president trump announced his intention in 2017 but monday was the earliest he could legally legally make the move chinese premier paying has shown his support for the hong kong leader during a surprise meeting in shanghai mr she met kerry on the sidelines of a trade event on monday expressed a high degree of trust in hong kong's leader the government's ability to tackle months of antigovernment protests demonstrations in hong kong started in june over a plan to allow extraditions to mainland china. during a very short meeting with preston seeking peace here i expressed caring concern about hong kong especially given the social disturbances that we have seen in the last 5 months and he expressed support for the various actions taken by the hong
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kong special ministry of reaching government and we will continue to do so in strict accordance with the principle of one country 2 systems up holding the often or and trying to put an end to the violence that we have seen in the last few months britain's governing conservative party is being accused of suppressing what's described as a quotes potentially explosive report into alleged russian meddling in the 2016 e.u. referendum the u.k. prime minister boris johnson is under pressure to release the report before elections are held on december the 12th pro bricks that factions are keen to avoid any suggestion that the u.k. is divorced from the e.u. was treated unfairly the country did but not really in favor of departing the e.u. 52 to 48 percent back in 26 those are your headlines up next is the caliph foundation more news in 25 minutes with.
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the caliph. a form of rule in islam. that lasted for almost 13 centuries. from the death of the prophet muhammad. to the overthrow of the last ottoman caliph 924. the arabic 10th attaining. 25 which actually in essence simply means a successor or a deputy. ruler of the islamic world would call himself. successor go to mexico. through the centuries. the title of caliph is a term that has been used. at the times abuse. in
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june 2014. a militant group calling itself the islamic state in iraq and the divine or isis. declared the establishment of a caliphate. they call rejected by most muslims around the world. by so proclaimed its leader a buck in baghdad. a callous. the man no love would 1 go at the appropriate thing a title imbued with religious and political significance. and cost a dog shadow. over a rich history. of these catholic by deadly. sins destroying attempting to destroy much of the legacy the scaly ifs and want to preserve and to to foster. and the same with us and he's
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a methodist steady let us unlocked. and to. the polling house not 110 to one to this is a minister how the name of the messiah. this is the story of a tie to the originated 1400 years ago. that spanned one of the greatest empires the world has ever known. this is the story of the kind of. medina saudi arabia.
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last resting place of muhammad. the prophet of islam. it was here in june of the year 632. that he died after a brief illness. the prophet left behind a young and fibrous slum mixtape. uniting most of the tribes of the arabian peninsula. with medina as its capital. amman plan was assessment. and know the safaga the nebuchadnezzar man and sort of the who you would win sold as many subs are done in the us yet that is a mob and has so far thing. but. look at the hondas.
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and we said it and who would lead to. think with a thought. to. 10 years earlier muhammad and a group of his early followers would come to be known as a more headroom for the emigrants had fled mecca and persecution by the pagan leaders of their own try for a ship. or war will the prophet and the emigrants were given shelter by the citizens of medina or what their off to be called a one song. meaning the supporters. together these 2 groups formed. the close companions of the prophet the successor
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would come from one of them. and i would be in the home and he had been led to and i that well he then he can have him and yet i would rule that bad unless we were. in a humble building that used to stand on the sights of this public god. but the supporters gathered to decide which of them would be the prophet successor. but 2 of the leading emigrants. and almost interrupting their deliberations. had util an idol internationally and i thought it cannot be learned in ohio just now know that in islam and i was in the navy that it. gannett in mohajer. says nina. after hours of heated debate.
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the claim of the emigrants was judged to have precedence. done while awake and alert the content that there were lots of us will only do the . the that as the hour by hour had a history here let me highlight in which good or bad and barry are all my buddy. in a humble building in medina a new age had begun. a new title written into history. a title that would bring down the ages. the 1st color for this land the successor of muhammad was to be above the city.
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the following day a box position was confirmed when the most income unity gave. an oath of allegiance ready to the new caliph. o.-p. put it picked off has been assigned to me. now it is beyond doubt that i have been elected european. but though i'm not better than you. obey me as long as i obey our laws and his prophet. when i disobeyed him and his prophet. then obey me not. me but was the
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1st of 4 would be known as the russia doing. the right to guided caliphs. they were all people who had been very close to the prophet muhammad during his lifetime as his companion as those who had converted. to islam and had dedicated themselves to the formation of the community the spreading of the message here that folks in early campaigns and. internet of the prophet mohammad latins. there was a i didn't create out well out. the have a unless you. call that a lot of the cup loblaws how about how do you know if they i mean but. i bet it has been muslim in that business will go ok valdemar. they come in day to month. was
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a profoundly spiritual and modest mind. but when some of the arabian tribes rose up in rebellion refusing to submit to the new caliphate he was quick to act. as a much to someone who knows that i write that he knows all the tribal details the genealogies the clowns the weaknesses the strengths who could be employed against whom and he transformed himself into this extraordinary powerful man. of a book critic led war on the rebel tribes and after a year of heavy fighting. he emerged victorious. his attention was now turns to the territory of the 2 superpowers of the era the
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sussan it's in persia and the bison tines of the eastern roman empire. in an old day shift move taking on both empires at once he launched the muslim conquests. but crucially he gave his men orders to preserve. not destroy. our work and. well you will see. ballet i thought a little in the set now you. load him with a day guinea and every man i build him. a box commander in the east. made good ground in iraq fighting the sas and.
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the 4 armies sent to attack by sometime garrisons in the levant meeting heavy resistance. on the caliphs order. which he moved his men across the desert to the west of the. oldest 634 on the fields of here in palestine. the most i'm on he's gathered to take on the might of done to you. the most. wicked and. one. in the. and.
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so has some of the filming of. but in the wake of victoria as that. and after just 2 years this kind. of book. 61. there's no moment where there's an election or a council and we just have this placement as it were like a vice president coming on to the throne of the kind of one of the comes out. over the next 10 years almost. the 2nd right he got it kind of. would show himself to be a great strategist and state but. a
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few days after he became callous. almost on this once more under fairly conquered damascus. but. was soon to be stripped of his command. obama i mean who you see even want to say that. what obama said that you know might have by the of the what and the how did file a new war and. the and the men had run out of the tub in them until suddenly well i'm in a lab you're almost where that. after 2 years the caliph would recalled his brilliant commander to the battlefront once again. this time here in northern jordan in the tranquil valley of the yarmouk
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river. in august 636 this was where the by son time army clash with muslim forces underfed. once more victory fell to the muslims. a little better than it did the infancy have. a day off the hook and i didn't miss with the new to any i'm wouldn't it be your will. and yes we will die about. the muslim conquest smoove on words in all directions capturing the rest of the live on i did great cities. finally they laid siege to jerusalem it's so. often making the list and i don't see.
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a woman like you know. yeah the little. well you. see he lists of this. jerusalem significance lay as it still does today and its position as a holy place for the 3 great monotheistic religions judaism christianity. under slam. roof only for jerusalem was almost prepared to make his 1st and last journey a scowl if. not . all more often to small home less than. a bucket in medina again a dollar on. the whole does not was a slam oh
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a levy had a couple of whack. a definite. down. the line i'll us all what ya. sophronia to teach and welcome to mine given the keys of the city and then told them to come and pray in the holy sepultura the holiest church of christe and. who said no i will not pray here and when the patriarch asked why not just because if i play here then after many muslims will come and want to pray here take this church from you and i want you to have this church.
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instead almost prayed just outside the church. in later years on the exact spot. this most was a red. herring the cultists name. to this day a copy of the pledge that almost gave to the christians of jerusalem can be seen hanging on the walls of the smalls. this is an assurance of peace and protection given by the set of into a law among commendable to believe this to the people of jerusalem. he gave them an assurance of protection for their lives property cherish and crosses. as well as to seek and it's only through to just. it's a wonderful journey and so many stories about omar about puritanical commando but
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his journey jerusalem he's at his best he is sorting out the faith traditions. owning them in a city that can be shed by all faith communities. with the muslims now in full control of the levant so they moved west and conquered egypt. in the east the caliph's ami's triumphed over the south and it's a call to say. an advanced on the capital. testify. at the time the largest city in the world. all that remains today
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of tessie form. is the arch of course. once the throne home of persia and peru. you have to remember the 2 great superpowers of the by some time and the sustenance had screwed the world for the last 400 years they were the dominant putting it in a modern parlance it's a bit like the eskimos taking on the united states of america and russia. in october 644 at the height of his powers and while leading the feds don't prayers almost was assassinated by disaffected person slave. yeah i'm out of the club because i leave that. that it is him who
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has a lot of music many accidents with. who i love the stuff but i knew i sissoko i did it. yeah i need to stop the. media if you have your arm out of the cut up see how my sis sat in the idea. that it did feel he has yes. feel. that the minute i let go when. the leadership of the muslims now paused to a man with a markedly different character. became the 3rd day of the russia doing the right thing guided caliphs.
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the shrine and call it a 120. resting place of one of the sahal. the prophet muhammad's close companion. was killed in the early attempts to conquer the area during the reign of the colors . a minimum of one. going on the lot and. off men you know. the what i can change how any and. what has a. bizarre thing. at 1st successful the campaign soon run into problems over the division of the
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spoils of war. and the effort for 4 months i don't have a thread i'm not a fan but the shia and get it home with some hamas. that can be. off man about can at them and i want to go ahead and show but how mad at. the. how an act is said look at. the ruling elite of this empire where rules are rife from hundreds tribe to tribe of carraige these people have become the rule is a very very wealthy empire and they also have laws on me that have been drawn from across the peninsula and now we're being settled in garrisons in egypt and iran and so i think the politics and the economics of the situation who are almost inevitably going to drive conflicts. in $655.00
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mutinies broke out against the kind of uncalled for and bustle. and in the garrison that's a stall in egypt. a year later on dribbles march to medina and took up positions around off months house calling on him to step down. he broke a disease has tended to see each things get ugly but she's broken into and he's assassinated killed and it's said that all. awful symbolic moment he was meditating reading the koran the company one of his wives and the blood of the 3rd kid of the spilt on the cross to the court that emblematic moment when the word of god is splattered with blood and it's as if this lamb the community will never know peace again. once again
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a caliph had been assassinated. but this time the killers were muslims. less than a quarter of a century after the death of the prophet. calles. this december make the heroes of europe asia africa the middle east oceania. feel welcome to a stage played for the germans make an entrance and makes mistakes peak for the becoming the world's best city excite it'll be short to say i want to be. told this fee for. make cuts on your goal. they say to really know someone you must walk
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a mile in their shoes al-jazeera shands personal journeys of people following their chosen palm quickness on al-jazeera. hello again peter will be here in doha with your top stories on al-jazeera iran is taking another step away from the 2050 nuclear deal hasan rouhani says as weapons to iran will start injecting uranium gas into more than $1000.00 centrifuges now process was banned under the agreement the granny didn't say whether it will be used to enrich uranium iran's gradually been shedding its commitments to the deal also jabari is in tehran with more details what this means is that the future of this so-called jason pill way that's the nuclear agreement extending bleecker and recur with each step that iran takes this is the 4th that they've taken so far
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since in may of this year that's when president hassan rouhani said that because the united states withdrew from this deal and imposed a series of new sanctions on iran the european signatories that are left are not complying with the steal and until that happens iran will continue to take these measures to get back its nuclear program on track and to make up for the last times of the past 4 years iraqi process to blocking roads and bridges in the capital baghdad and several provinces elsewhere as they step up the pressure on the government on monday security forces fired live rounds of people gathering near the state t.v. headquarters killing at least 5 people. the u.s. has formally begun withdrawing from the paris climate agreement president trump announced his intention 2017 but monday was the earliest he could legally make the move the pact between 187 countries was set up to fight climate change in 2015. the chinese president xi jinping has put his support of hong kong's leader on show
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during a surprise meeting in shanghai he expressed a high degree of trust in hong kong's leader for her government's ability to tackle months of anti-government protests despite earlier speculation that he wanted to have her removed protests in hong kong began in june over a plan to allow extradition to the mainland. britain's governing conservative party is being accused of suppressing what's described as a potentially explosive report into alleged russian meddling in the 2016 e.u. referendum the u.k. prime minister johnson is now under pressure to release the report before elections are held on december the 12th progress that factions are keen to avoid any suggestion that the u.k.'s divorce from the e.u. was triggered unfairly you are right up to date with all the top stories i'm back with the news hour in about 30 minutes back now to the caliph season of.
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the year 656. just a quarter of a century has passed since the death of the prophet muhammad. on the foundation of the caliphate. the 3rd caliph offerman has been murdered by a group of rebels in the capital. baghdad . who on ghana living in the jail will follow them. that's. about when i mean i mean. what in the hell you are like admitting my duty in one stop. cousin and son in law of the prophet. to the pressure becoming the force of the
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russia doing the right kind of us. the media's plunge fall from being a spiritual sort of lost philosopher poet theologian he's plunged into having to cope with a very very murky political waters. iraq . bedrock of support for the new caliph ali. the bandaging mehdi you know he moved this capital here in the face of a growing threat coming from close to the prophet himself. calling for the punishment of off months killers. one of the prophet's wives and 2 of his closest companions. and his superiors gathered an army to do battle with the
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new caliph. it came to be known as the battle of the camp. they set the scene for violent conflicts between moments for my companions ali was victorious and top of the bab defeated are you sure withdrew from public life after this defeat. the islamic state had fallen into its 1st civil war. the 1st but not the last. damascus the syrian capital.
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and $634.00 and after almost 7 centuries on the roman rule. the city was conquered by most. an army commander was appointed governor of the mosques and later the entire province. i mean i mean look at the shammy wiley and there's an incentive. and that's where you are i mean a home with the idea that the n.c.i.c. who let you lay a pile am. some high level below. or the valley a shammy your own shadow behind them while we are well as law in a. while yet came from the same family of the correct strike the oh my yes as the murdered calif. he refused to give the oath of allegiance to the
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new caliph. many of a man's relatives began to mom but only hand over those killers for justice and the center of a myatt resistance to allah he was syria which was governed by a member of a finance family his 2nd cousin michael olea. and $657.00 ali marched northwards to quell as mutiny. they met a battle called prophecy fee which was inconclusive and they agreed to negotiate this proved to be a canny decision on the part of me because it's. splits elise support some of his supporters felt that he shouldn't be negotiating as the kale if he should just fight until he does stop missed his power. in january of 661. the dissidents in ali's army decided to try to wrest
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power from the elite. they plan to assassinate ali maju and his arm. the governor of egypt. but their conspiracy ended with only one victim ali the cat. after 3 decades the 1st chapter. of the russian doing the right to god. was. can see that they never do and i leave that would mean that i still. really need it denia lay in the sense that he is
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c.s.e. while we have been answered yet when at the end the c.s.l. know that. i would i should sleep. at the. emerged triumphant establishing the almighty caliphate. a new dynasty no longer primarily religious. the caliphate now began to look more like a model. the ruins of anja in eastern lebanon. once thought to be by sometime roman the city was in fact my domain.
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they had adopted the architectural style of the by sun times along with the structures of imperial rule. but underdog numbers is hopeless you see but he was 100 can all of so and one of them of hawkman bizarre and put out the lead for this is for after the one in the main the hut they have no desire to have but there's a. bill for on it got enough to where solid in cern. under maja the caliphate changed its form. and as a king would have done he named his son yes he was a successor. and the caliphate was not dynastic people were chosen by being designated by fact trade assessed by groups and he
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consulted amongst themselves so it was if you like elect even the least this possible sense of the word and that's have a 1st for cain if which chosen by few not a consensus of the only mystery in community. became color from his father's death in 68. his rule was to plunge the states into another civil war. in medina the 1st capital powerful figures in the most income. were beginning to build strong opposition to his ear. particularly important examples are abdullah the son of the bear who were challenged ali in the 1st civil war also hussein the son of ali who had been kailash cheering the 1st civil war he also resisted the
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call for a pledge of allegiance to his ear. to signal his rejection of years each kind of. scene left medina for america from there he set off for coup for former stronghold of his father. ok. but in october 6th 80 here in karbala iraq has its forces trapped and killed the same and most of the members of his family. nonetheless opposition to a maid rule was far from over. and done remains a pair refused to pledge allegiance to. he described himself as the one who seek sanctuary in god's house and went to mecca sought refuge there easy decided to send
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an army against up to ribbons of bad but after a bit of a bear was saved by the premature death of years and at that moment in 683 he proclaimed himself. meanwhile in damascus ma you know the 2nd son of yours he was installed that's the 3rd column of the my dentist. but within a few weeks he died leaving no son no successor a power vacuum seized on by the rival caliph and. co yet the model of the. let the. the lebanese will be. such as that how the robot will cover a lot of the. iraq. welcome back. for the c.
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m and the jordanian capital. the city overlooked by the remains of a bison tynecastle. and the palace of the inmate governing. the tribes of jordan with a loss to stay loyal to the mites. in 684 a tribal gathering held here chose marwan as a new my youth countess. luann. and it was his son melich would reunite the islamic states under the firm rule of the almighty it's.
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the dome of the rock the jerusalem's most recognizable lung. built on the orders of the in my youth caliph domanick this is the 3rd holiest sites in islam. but at that time the 2 most holy sites the mosques of mecca and medina lay in the hands of the almighty its rival calif it was obeyed. in 691 as had judge a ruthless made general set off for islam's holiest place with a powerful army. sent him to besieged mecca. defeat even so bad perhaps because i'm dumb i can self didn't want to be too closely associated with the damage to the shrine.
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of the sea. and a desperate missile base took shelter in a slam is most sacred shrine. the kaaba. but the hijazi was not to be deterred and the body did with a couple. after 8 months of determined resistance. it was so bad was killed in last ditch fighting. was stopped by the many women my one and your 8 though he did know that it's not me yet mother left and jenny that was a new age c.s. at the had been checking in a lot way behind like at the. woman just sad to see about that said the many below one c.c.'s when at the end i don't believe. after 2 decades as callous demanding the legacy of stability to the sun.
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and that foundation. would build a still great and. probably . the capital of modern morocco. it was here in 708 that the armies of the oh my youth calif. reached the atlantic coast. after more than 50 years of fierce resistance by local baba tribes the muslims had finally conquered the whole of north africa. our way but i don't mean that you want to fight or. one of them it when it's the crowd water avoid a shut up where the shade harder for you know obviously. having
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been conquered the berbers discovered that this land had much to offer. and began to convert and assimilate. one of them. was about to write his name in history. thought of. the mountain of thought. gibraltar. southern tip of the iberian peninsula. it was here in the spring of $711.00 torics army of berbers landed after crossing the mediterranean. inside 3 years he had toppled the visigoths rulers. and secured almost total
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control of the peninsula turning it into a colorful province known as under lucio. power about me what i can now mostly one problem the army doesn't f a didn't he did. a didn't he did not follow. along with the great conquests in europe there was more success in asia. muslim armies began advancing towards what is today pakistan afghanistan and the central asian republics. within 10 years they had reached the borders of china. had built the biggest empire yet no. have you know. and that's a theme the general men in military i mean us. commander general. we have.
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commanded them for as cover now minister 30. mean lies while you nada he had a few thoughts on him but. unlike the traditions of earliest. the walls of foresight armor in the jordanian desert are painted in a by sometimes style. here a well is depicted not as a religious figure but as an emperor. in just 10 years he had made himself the most powerful man on earth.
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but the successes would struggle to retain that power. the pyrenees. the don't sing natural barrier between spain and france. in $732.00 under the command of up the russian monitors off of the governor of under lucio. them forces across these mountains into french territory. seemingly unstoppable they advance north capturing one city after another. from the left at the unity and it's look it is a thing. to be hugged. and
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that. a no. and solemn talk on the assembly here a lot of. the new i mean in the west how to look. on this field to the north of the french city of what you. did france in troops were stopped by frankish army under shock mocked at. the muslims were defeated and their commander up to rahmani kill. muslims remember this battle of the martyrs young. but european history knows it as the battle of tools. of victory that stopped the northern spread of islam and saved pristine europe. it then came to symbolize
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for later historians in particular for the great english historian edward gibbon he saw it as a decisive turning point in the battle between. europe and the muslim world and he famously said that if it hadn't been for charles martel into war we would now be preaching the koran in oxford. this defeat in europe in the reign of the 10th of may it caliph sham brought an end to a my youth invincibility. and just as his palace in jericho palestine lies in ruins today. is shams death and 743 through the whole state into chaos.
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after almost 2 years of all made family infighting over the caliph it. won the 2nd emerged as the 14th and last in my youth calendar. for my javelin few of my one been muhammad my one been one gun a. well and yorkie. absolved by his efforts to contain trouble at the heart of the state the new caliph was oblivious to grave events unfolding in the east. a rather mysterious leader whose remember by the name of a muslim was calling for pledges of allegiance to the prophet's family and he managed to draw a substantial following from eastern iran into an army to opponents of mind rule. the rebel army marched westward and captured coup for in iraq. in november
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749 here in the city's mosque by on the oath of allegiance was given to the 1st a bus in calif. they proclaimed a man as called abu allah by a sufi and he was a descendant of one of the prophet muhammad's uncles and he based his claim to the kayleigh fate on that kinship with the prophet mohammed. in january 750. on the banks of the zab river in iraq the oh my that's dead by their color or one 4th their last battle against the us at all. after a heavy defeat marwan escaped westwards. that summer of the year 715 he was killed by the
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a bus. after 19 years in power you might caliph it had been brought to an end. why the mayans lost power and what exactly happened in the aussie revolution is a difficult question but it seems to be related to this ongoing sense that the profits family had a right to rule the kayleigh fight and this was a problem of the a my it's never really successfully contained. some muslims believe that the caliphate should always have remained strictly within the prophet's bloodline. this belief would lead to the biggest splits in the history of islam. a split which is still exploited to this day.
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the centuries old divide. between sunni and shia. a story 1400 years in the making. a story of succession and the leadership. as josie that though the story of dispute and division of the hall and empire. of the caliph episode 2 on a just. how
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i we've got some cooler weather now we see paraquat thanks to clouds and some rain the heaviest rain is now into the southeastern corner of brazil just pushing its way down towards you see this little area clappison up towards bolivia that's all in the process of making its way for the race was ascension gets up to around $26.00 celsius on cheese day $23.00 and more sunshine here not too bad it's all ascension will have a rather wet day on the other side of the end this is generally fine and dry the full santiago she's day 27 celsius but it's warming up in that warming trend affecting many as well would have a $31.00 to $4.00 ascension as the sunshine returns here scattering the showers
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into the amazon more especially over to the western side of the amazon and pushing up towards colombia and into the western side of the caribbean munchie across eastern side of the caribbean and it's heading kristie went here as because through the next few days so much of the island sits going to be fine and dry with some lovely blue skies and sunshine but clouds are starting to push its way towards trinidad and tobago towards grenada some vincent pushing up towards the go on into wednesday big showers here elsewhere across the sea about atoll fine and dry the fairly wet west. the weather sponsored by a cattle ranch. and a territory that's been under constant siege for 12 years. and in a state of perpetual conflict with its neighbor. women are swimming against the tides and challenging stereotypes in the isolated society.
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