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Journal: Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University International Journal of Social Sciences, Külliye (Vol.1, No. 2)

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Page : 214-231

Keywords : Buwayhids; Abbasids; Hamdanis; Beridis Baghdad;

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The influence of Ali b Buwayh, who entered the service of Merdâvîc b Ziyâr, who was the founder of the Ziyarî Dynasty, with the appointment of the governor of Kerec, was effective in the establishment process of the State of Buwayhids. Ali b Büveyh, who had an ambitious personality, took Shiraz. In contrast, his brothers Ahmet b Büveyh took Kirman and Ahvaz, Hasan b Büveyh took Isfahan, Rey, and Jibâl and included Persia and Hamadan within its borders, He ensured the establishment of Rey and Jibâl branches of Buwayhi. Although Ahmet b Büveyh organized many expeditions to conquer Iraq, which was under the control of the Abbasids, but he did not achieve any success. However, Ahmet B Büveyh took action upon the confusion in Baghdad due to the inability of Tüzün and İbn Şirzad, who was brought to control after Ibn Raik's death, entered Baghdad in 945. Later, Ahmed b Büveyh, who went to the caliphate palace and obeyed the ruling of the Abbasid Caliph, was appointed as Emiru'l Umera after receiving the title of Rüknüddev. However, Ahmed b Büveyh, shortly after, wanted to expel the Caliph due to the conflicts he had with the Abbasid Caliph, on the day of acceptance, had the eyes of Müstekfi Billah blinded by the Daylam soldiers and had him thrown into dungeons. Undoubtedly, some of the practices of Buwayhis, having adopted Shi'ism as a sect, that turned into tradition upon the capture of Baghdad, caused the Sunni-Shia conflict in the Islamic world.

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