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  • 1. MUSLIN CONQUESTS Social studies
  • 2. • THE BATTLE OF ALQADISSIYYAH • This was the battle between the Muslim Arab armies and the Sassanid Persian army. • It resulted in the conquering of Persia, ending the Sassanid rule, and paying the way for the Muslim army to conquer Iraq • The battle, which took place in the year 636, was commanded by Caliph Umar
  • 3. THE “VICTORY OF VICTORIES” • The Sassanid armies were smashed completely in the Battle of Nahavand which took place in the year 642. • The battle carried out by An-Numen Ibn Maqarrin took place in the city of Hamadan in Iran and resulted in the decisive victory of the Muslims who pushed the Persians out of all surrounding cities.
  • 4. THE KHAZAR ARAB WARS • The Khazar were a group of seminomadic Turks • The Khazar were engaged in several war campaigns with the Arab forces between the years 650 and 758 • The instability of the Umayyad forces made the area impossible.
  • 5. • The Khazar were able to reassert their indepence • It claimed that by the tenth century the Khazars and the caliphates became allies
  • 6. SOUTHERN ITALY UNDER ARAB CONTROLS • Between the years 831b and 902, the ruler who were under the commands of the Abbasids launched several wars from the present day Tunisia against forces in the areas like Palermo, Messina. • in 948, the Fatimid's reached the Emirate of Sicily, and Arabs controlled the region.
  • 7. THE CONQUEST OF ANATOLIA • Important achievements during the Abbasid reign was the invasion of Crete, and their control over the area in the year 840 • Seljuk Turks who first allied with the Abbasids and then reigned completely. • In 1068, Alp Arslan, a Seljuk Sultan, recaptured many lands and moved of the Abbasid lands and move further east toward Anatolia in one of the major wars called the Battle of Manzikeret which took the place in the year 1071.
  • 8. • Between the years 1200 and 1800, the Muslims were able to invade more areas in east Africa and Southern Asia. • The battle of Baghdad in the year 1258 resulted in the destruction of Abbasid caliphates. • The last Muslim Empire, the Ottoman Empire, collapsed in the year 1918 after the World War 1 and thus ended a great history of Muslim conquests