Recent Muslim sectarian extremist Sunni violence around fourteen centuries past killed, injured, tortured and put to death millions of Shiite leaders and Shi'ite populations worldwide from first post-Islam century by Umayyad and Abbassid
dynasties up to present Wahabi and Salafi imperialism, in Muslim as well as non-Muslim countries, fourteen centuries after dawn of Islam.
They faded away, whereas the Dnieper Rus' survived and grew stronger, because their commercial activities were not aimed directly at the Abbassid
caliphate but rather at Byzantium's silk market.
Lauziere understands the project of Purist Salafis to situate the term 'Salafism' in the Abbassid
era, and exposes the misleadingness of such claim by stating that the term Salafi was used by the followers of Hanbali theology; the reality is that this term was used only from the 12 (th) century onwards.
One more thing is that many of these Central Asian origin Scholars were also there in Middle East to spread their knowledge and shared during the times of Abbassid
In Syria or Iraq, jihadis are presented with the opportunity to contest the so-called near enemy, that is, the forces of the Assad regime, Kurdish militias, Iraqi federal forces, Iranian-sponsored Shia militias, and anyone else who stands in the way of controlling the Umayyad caliphate capital of Damascus or the Abbassid
caliphate capital of Baghdad.
After the overthrow of the Ummayads, and the establishment of the Abbassid
dynasty (from 750 to 1258 in Baghdad), a need was felt for a common code of law, partly required for the guidance of government, and the security of person and property, as well as to coincide with the 'wishes of the despots'.
Summary: In narrow market, which dates to Abbassid
era more than 700 years ago, Iraqis peruse Christmas and New Year's decorations.
"We're here to protect civilians and children in the Abbassid
region," one said.
The conflicts in Iraq and Syria, where jihadists seek to restore the Abbassid
caliphate once centred on Baghdad, have allowed Al Qaeda and its fellow travellers to expand considerably.
Historic market set ablaze In Baghdad, two bomb blasts in the historic Shorjah market, which dates to the Abbassid
era over 700 years ago, killed at least two people and wounded at least 11, officials said.
Interestingly, this evil intellectual (Tusi) was the man who inspired Mongolian Hulago Khan to invade Baghdad and end the Abbassid
dynasty forever, and wipe out the Arab Islamic power from the region.