He took control of Muslim holy cities such as Mecca and Medina. He also took control of Cairo and Egypt, the intellectual center of the Muslim world. Selim’s son, Suleyman, made tremendous impact on the Ottoman empire, driving it to it’s peak. Suleyman made an efficient and structured government that reduces bureaucracy. He also made law codes to handle criminal and civil actions, limited taxes, and improved citizens lives.
8. Safavid Empire (460-461) Ismail, the ancestor of Safi al-Din, founded the Safavid Empire and used Persian methods of ruling. He expanded his region over regions such as the Iranian plateau, Caucus, and central Asia. Ismail established his political base at the tomb of Safi al-Din. In an attempt to find favor in the eyes of Turkish in the region, the Safavids decided to convert to a form of Shiism - he forced the Sunnis to convert to the religion, Twelver Shiism.
He led many troops to victory among his greatest achievement was conquering the Persian Empire. This conquest was a critical moment in history as it led to contacts between Asia and Europe. History was influenced by Alexander’s many accomplishment and dominance of power in the region. “He was a man of passionate ambitions, who saw the intense adventure of the unknown. He did not believe in impossibility, man could do anything, and he nearly proved it.
The Ottoman Empire then entered its stature and what is known as the Period of Great Expansion, amid which time the empire came to incorporate the lands of more than ten diverse European and Middle Eastern states. It is trusted that the Ottoman Empire had the capacity grow so quickly in light of the fact that different nations were powerless and disorderly furthermore on the grounds that the Ottomans had propelled military association and
Alexander the Great Alexander the Great was an ancient Macedonian ruler and considered one of history’s greatest military minds who—as King of Macedonia and Persia—amassed the largest empire the ancient world had ever seen. By turns charismatic, ruthless, brilliant, power hungry, diplomatic and bloodthirsty, Alexander inspired such loyalty in his men they followed him anywhere and, if necessary, died in the process. Though Alexander the Great died before realizing his dream of uniting a new realm, his influence on Greek and Asian culture was so profound it inspired a new historical era—the Hellenistic Period. Alexander the Great was born in Pella, Macedonia, in 356 B.C. to King Philip II and Queen Olympias.
The unified people of Qatar were successful into overpowering the ottomans in an unpleasant bloody battle. This made sheikh Jassim my great grandfather, the first nationwide hero. Sheikh Jassim’s victory in battle over the Ottomans has pronounced the real dominance of my family and the roots of Qatar as a state. Sheikh Jassim died in 17 July 1913 and is viewed as the founder of modern
During the 16th and 17th centuries, absolutism was at the height of its popularity. Monarchs ruled over their countries with total authority. They claimed their spots on the throne by divine right and kept their power by limiting the nobilities’ influence. Spain was ruled by their own monarch, King Philip II. Under his rule, Spain became one of the richest nations in Europe.
Utilising his military skill and diplomatic ingenuity, Philip had rapidly expanded Macedonian borders north to Paeonia and then east to Illyria, regaining territory that had previously been ceded. By the end of his reign, Philip’s Macedonia was the dominant power in Greece, confirmation of which came with victory over an Athenian-Theban alliance at the Battle of Chaeronea in 338 BCE. Alexander himself is said to of remarked, according to Plutach that ‘“my father will get everything first and will leave no great or glorious deed for me to perform”’. To the contrary however, upon his father’s death, Alexander was presented with the task of conquering the Persian Empire, one his father had already begun planning for. Without doubt, this was a ‘great’ and ‘glorious deed’, but Alexander intended to go further than Philip had ever intended.
To begin with, Sheikh Zayed transferred his vision into reality, consequently, he brought something different to the table which is the ambition to make UAE one of the highest, developed and, superior countries, and furthermore, he built UAE although it was a hopeless idea at the time. Most Rulers all over the world regulate a country the way it is, however, Sheikh Zayed made a united country from divided states. Leaders normally just do
Butu was then only 16 years old. Despite his tender age, he was designated prime minister to the new sultan because of his knowledge of the Arabic language and the Qu’ranic law. A years later (1882), he accompanied Sultan Badarud on a pilgrimage to Mecca, the Holy City of Islam in Saudi Arabia. This was his first visit to Mecca, and from this time on till his death he enjoyed the title of Hadji. In Mecca, Hadji fraternized with the learned priests and scholars of Arabia, thereby improving his knowledge of the Arabic language, religion, and jurisprudence.