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Concealment and Hiding in Arab Islamic State is Investigated in Faculty of Arts

The Department of History at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Kufa has examined a doctoral thesis entitled: (Concealment and Hiding in the Arab Islamic State until the End of the First Abbasid Era) by the Ph.D. student Azhar Abbas Khushi. The topic of the thesis relates to the phenomenon of Concealment and Hiding in the Arab Islamic state, as this phenomenon has existed from previous periods of time to the present day. The Islamic society has been exposed to many changes over the ages and times, and these changes became clear through their repercussions on the various political, military, social and intellectual levels. era, and these revolutions and movements took on multiple aspects, sometimes we notice them in the sermons of some political opponents, and at other times in the owners of religious sects, so we did not find power over the ages to solve only the suppression of those revolutions and movements and the pursuit of fugitives and fugitives from the statesmen and the authority of the regime followed by politicians Where the opponents of the authority and the regime had no solution but to hide and hide from sight. There are several reasons that push a person to hide and hide, and these reasons may be political, social, economic, intellectual, religious or other. And passing through the Umayyad era and ending with the first Abbasid era. The political factor occupied the largest part in this study, especially in the Umayyad and Abbasid eras, through the two authorities following the descendants of Ahlulbait (peace be upon him) and their companions and followers, where we notice most of the hidden and hidden are opponents of the Umayyad or Abbasid authority, and these opponents are the Alawites and their supporters.

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