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See the full list. Family-Friendly Movies and Shows in April. The Indian sultanates did not extensively strive for a caliphate since the Ottoman Empire was already observing the caliphate. However, Aurangzeb's personal expenses were covered by his own incomes, which included the sewing of caps and trade of his written copies of the Quran.
The caliphate was claimed by the sultans of the Ottoman Empire beginning with Murad I reigned to ,  while recognising no authority on the part of the Abbasid caliphs of the Mamluk-ruled Cairo. Hence the seat of the caliphate moved to the Ottoman capital of Edirne.
In , after Mehmed the Conqueror 's conquest of Constantinople , the seat of the Ottomans moved to Constantinople , present-day Istanbul. Ottomans gradually came to be viewed as the de facto leaders and representatives of the Islamic world.
However, the earlier Ottoman caliphs did not officially bear the title of caliph in their documents of state, inscriptions, or coinage. The outcome of the Russo-Turkish War of — was disastrous for the Ottomans. Large territories, including those with large Muslim populations, such as Crimea , were lost to the Russian Empire.
His claim was most fervently accepted by the Muslims of British India. The sultan also enjoyed some authority beyond the borders of his shrinking empire as caliph of Muslims in Egypt, India and Central Asia. In John Hay , U. As a result, the "Sulu Mohammedans After the Armistice of Mudros of October with the military occupation of Constantinople and Treaty of Versailles , the position of the Ottomans was uncertain.
They called for help and the movement was the result. The movement had collapsed by late Islam portal. The argument of this book has been summarized as "Islam does not advocate a specific form of government". A summit was convened at Cairo in to discuss the revival of the caliphate, but most Muslim countries did not participate and no action was taken to implement the summit's resolutions.
Though the title Ameer al-Mumineen was adopted by the King of Morocco and by Mohammed Omar , former head of the Taliban of Afghanistan , neither claimed any legal standing or authority over Muslims outside the borders of their respective countries. Since the end of the Ottoman Empire, occasional demonstrations have been held calling for the re-establishment of the caliphate. Organisations which call for the re-establishment of the caliphate include Hizb ut-Tahrir and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Bornu Caliphate, which was headed by the Bornu Emperors, began in A rump state of the larger Kanem-Bornu Empire, its rulers held the title of Caliph until , when it was absorbed into the British Colony of Nigeria and Northern Cameroons Protectorate. The British recognized them as the 'Sultans of Bornu', one step down in Muslim royal titles. After Nigeria became independent, its rulers became the 'Emirs of Bornu', another step down. In sultan Hamengkubuwono X renounced any claim to the Caliphate in order to facilitate his daughter's inheritance of the throne, as the theological opinion of the time was that a woman may hold the secular office of sultan but not the spiritual office of caliph.
Founded during the Fulani War in the early 19th century, it controlled one of the most powerful empires in sub-Saharan Africa prior to European conquest and colonisation. The caliphate remained extant through the colonial period and afterwards, though with reduced power. It was eventually pacified and annexed by the French Republic , being incorporated into French West Africa. It was strong in British India where it formed a rallying point for some Indian Muslims as one of many anti-British Indian political movements.
After further arrests and flight of its leaders, and a series of offshoots splintered off from the main organisation, the Movement eventually died down and disbanded. The idea of the Sharifian Caliphate had been floating around since at least the 15th century. There is little evidence, however, that the idea of a Sharifian Caliphate ever gained wide grassroots support in the Middle East or anywhere else in the Muslim world. Though non-political, some Sufi orders and the Ahmadiyya movement  define themselves as caliphates.
Their leaders are thus commonly referred to as khalifas caliphs. In Sufism , tariqas orders are led by spiritual leaders khilafah ruhaniyyah , the main khalifas, who nominate local khalifas to organize zaouias. Sufi caliphates are not necessarily hereditary. Khalifas are aimed to serve the silsilah in relation to spiritual responsibilities and to propagate the teachings of the tariqa. He also claimed to be a follower- prophet subordinate to Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.
After Ahmad's death in , his first successor, Hakeem Noor-ud-Din , became the caliph of the community and assumed the title of Khalifatul Masih Successor or Caliph of the Messiah. Once the subject of intense conflict and rivalry amongst Muslim rulers, the caliphate lay dormant and largely unclaimed since the s.
For the vast majority of Muslims the caliph, as leader of the ummah , "is cherished both as memory and ideal"  as a time when Muslims "enjoyed scientific and military superiority globally". Prophethood will remain with you for as long as Allah wills it to remain, then Allah will raise it up whenever he wills to raise it up. Afterwards, there will be a Caliphate that follows the guidance of Prophethood remaining with you for as long as Allah wills it to remain.
Then, He will raise it up whenever He wills to raise it up. Afterwards, there will be a reign of violently oppressive rule and it will remain with you for as long as Allah wills it to remain. Then, there will be a reign of tyrannical rule and it will remain for as long as Allah wills it to remain.
Then, Allah will raise it up whenever He wills to raise it up. Then, there will be a Caliphate that follows the guidance of Prophethood. The Kalifatstaat "Caliphate State" was the name of an Islamist organization in Germany that was proclaimed at an event in Cologne in and banned in December after an amendment to the Association Act, which abolished the religious privilege.
However, this caliphate was never institutionalized under international law, but only an intention for an Islamic "state within the state". The leader of the association proclaimed himself the caliph, the worldwide spiritual and worldly head of all Muslims.
From an association law perspective, the old name remained. The leader was initially Cemalettin Kaplan , who was nicknamed " Khomeini of Cologne" by the German public. At an event in honor of Kaplan in , the German convert to Islam Andreas Abu Bakr Rieger publicly "regretted" in front of hundreds of listeners that the Germans had not completely destroyed the Jews: "Like the Turks, we Germans have often had a good cause in history fought, although I have to admit that my grandfathers weren't thorough with our main enemy.
Unlike them he had ancestors in the tribe of Quraysh , a traditional requirement for a caliph. The caliphate was ostensibly an attempt to unite the many other jihadis who were not his followers and who were quarrelling amongst each other. It was not successful. Local Afghans also despised him and his followers. Like the later Islamic State he tried to abolition of infidel currency and rejected nationalism.
A nexus had been forged between [Abu Issa's group] and local drug smugglers. The territory under his control "did not extend beyond a few small towns" in Afghanistan's Kunar province. Eventually he did not even control this area after the Taliban took it over in the late s. The caliphate then moved to London, where they "preaching to a mostly skeptical jihadi intelligentsia about the obligation of establishing a caliphate". Abu Issa died in , "after spending most of his final years in prison in London"  Abu Umar al Kuwaiti became a judge for the Islamic state but was later executed for extremism after he "took takfir to new levels In the summer of , the group launched the Northern Iraq offensive , seizing the city of Mosul.
This is believed to have been suspended with Ali, the son-in-law of Muhammad and re-established with the appearance of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad —, the founder of the movement whom Ahmadis identify as the Promised Messiah and Mahdi. Although the khalifa is elected it is believed that God himself directs the hearts of believers towards an individual. Thus the khalifa is designated neither necessarily by right i. If a khalifa does happen to bear governmental authority as a head of state, it is incidental and subsidiary in relation to his overall function as khalifa which is applicable to believers transnationally and not limited to one particular state.
Ahmadi Muslims believe that God has assured them that this Caliphate will endure to the end of time, depending on their righteousness and faith in God. The Khalifa provides unity, security, moral direction and progress for the community. It is required that the Khalifa carry out his duties through consultation and taking into consideration the views of the members of the Shura consultative body.
However, it is not incumbent upon him to always accept the views and recommendations of the members. The Khalifatul Masih has overall authority for all religious and organisational matters and is bound to decide and act in accordance with the Qur'an and sunnah.
A number of Islamist political parties and mujahideen called for the restoration of the caliphate by uniting Muslim nations, either through political action e. Those advocating the re-establishment of a Caliphate differed in their methodology and approach. Some [ who? Abul A'la Maududi believed the caliph was not just an individual ruler who had to be restored, but was man's representation of God 's authority on Earth:.
Khilafa means representative. Man, according to Islam is the representative of "people", His God's viceregent; that is to say, by virtue of the powers delegated to him, and within the limits prescribed by the Qu'ran and the teaching of the prophet, the caliph is required to exercise Divine authority. The Muslim Brotherhood advocates pan-Islamic unity and the implementation of Islamic law.
Founder Hassan al-Banna wrote about the restoration of the Caliphate. One transnational group whose ideology was based specifically on restoring the caliphate as a pan-Islamic state is Hizb ut-Tahrir literally, "Party of Liberation". It is particularly strong in Central Asia and Europe and is growing in strength in the Arab world. It is based on the claim that Muslims can prove that God exists  and that the Qur'an is the word of God.
Al-Qaeda has as one of its clearly stated goals the re-establishment of a caliphate. Scholar Olivier Roy writes that "early on, Islamists replace the concept of the caliphate The Quran uses the term khalifa twice. First, in al-Baqara , 30, it refers to God creating humanity as his khalifa on Earth. Second, in Sad , 26, it addresses King David as God's khalifa and reminds him of his obligation to rule with justice.
In addition, the following excerpt from the Quran, known as the 'Istikhlaf Verse', is used by some to argue for a Quranic basis for Caliphate:. God has promised those of you who have attained to faith and do righteous deeds that, of a certainty, He will make them Khulifa on earth, even as He caused [some of] those who lived before them to become Khulifa ; and that, of a certainty, He will firmly establish for them the religion which He has been pleased to bestow on them; and that, of a certainty, He will cause their erstwhile state of fear to be replaced by a sense of security [seeing that] they worship Me [alone], not ascribing divine powers to aught beside Me.
But all who, after [having understood] this, choose to deny the truth — it is they, they who are truly iniquitous! In the above verse, the word Khulifa the plural of Khalifa has been variously translated as "successors" and "ones who accede to power". Several schools of jurisprudence and thought within Sunni Islam argue that to govern a state by Sharia is, by definition, to rule via the Caliphate and use the following verses to sustain their claim.
So govern between the people by that which God has revealed Islam , and follow not their vain desires, beware of them in case they seduce you from just some part of that which God has revealed to you. O you who believe! Obey God, and obey the messenger and then those among you who are in authority; and if you have a dispute concerning any matter, refer it to God and the messenger's rulings, if you are in truth believers in God and the Last Day.
That is better and more seemly in the end. Hadhrat Huzaifa narrated that the Messenger of Allah said: Prophethood will remain among you as long as Allah wills. Then Caliphate Khilafah on the lines of Prophethood shall commence, and remain as long as Allah wills. After that, despotic kingship would emerge, and it will remain as long as Allah wills.
Then, the Caliphate Khilafah shall come once again based on the precept of Prophethood. In the above, the first era of Caliphate is commonly accepted by Muslims to be that of the Rashidun Caliphate. It has been reported on the authority of Nafi, that 'Abdullah b. Umar paid a visit to Abdullah b. Muti' in the days when atrocities were perpetrated on the People Of Medina at Harra in the time of Yazid b. But the latter said: I have not come to sit with you. I have come to you to tell you a tradition I heard from the Messenger of Allah.
I heard him say: One who withdraws his band from obedience to the Amir will find no argument in his defence when he stands before Allah on the Day of Judgment, and one who dies without having bound himself by an oath of allegiance to an Amir will die the death of one belonging to the days of Jahiliyyah.
Leaders will take charge of you after me, where the pious one will lead you with his piety and the impious one with his impiety, so only listen to them and obey them in everything which conforms with the truth Islam. If they act rightly it is for your credit, and if they acted wrongly it is counted for you and against them.
Muslim narrated on the authority of al-A'araj, on the authority of Abu Hurairah , that Muhammad said:. Behold, the Imam Caliph is but a shield from behind whom the people fight and by whom they defend themselves. Muslim reported on the authority of Abdel Aziz al-Muqrin , who said:. I accompanied Abu Hurairah for five years and heard him talking of Muhammd's saying: The Prophets ruled over the children of Israel , whenever a Prophet died another Prophet succeeded him, but there will be no Prophet after me.
There will be Khalifahs and they will number many. They asked: What then do you order us? Surely God will ask them about what He entrusted them with. Many Islamic texts, including several ahadith , state that the Mahdi will be elected caliph and rule over a caliphate. Let there be one Amir from us and one Amir from you meaning one from the Ansar and one from the Mohajireen. Upon this Abu Bakr replied:. Then he got up and addressed the Muslims. It has additionally been reported  that Abu Bakr went on to say on the day of Al-Saqifa:.
It is forbidden for Muslims to have two Amirs for this would cause differences in their affairs and concepts, their unity would be divided and disputes would break out amongst them. The Sunnah would then be abandoned, the bida'a innovations would spread and Fitna would grow, and that is in no one's interests. The Sahaba agreed to this and selected Abu Bakr as their first Khaleef. Habbab ibn Mundhir who suggested the idea of two Ameers corrected himself and was the first to give Abu Bakr the Bay'ah.
This indicates an Ijma as-Sahaba of all of the Sahaba. Ali ibni abi Talib, who was attending the body of Muhammad at the time, also consented to this. Imam Ali whom the Shia revere said: . People must have an Amir Al-Nawawi  and Abd al-Jabbar ibn Ahmad  declared it impermissible to give oaths of loyalty to more than one leader.
Al-Joziri said: . The Imams scholars of the four schools of thought - may Allah have mercy on them- agree that the Caliphate is an obligation, and that the Muslims must appoint a leader who would implement the injunctions of the religion, and give the oppressed justice against the oppressors. It is forbidden for Muslims to have two leaders in the world whether in agreement or discord. Shia scholars have expressed similar opinions. Al-Qurtubi said that the caliph is the "pillar upon which other pillars rest", and said of the Quranic verse, "Indeed, man is made upon this earth a Caliph":  .
This Ayah is a source in the selection of an Imaam, and a Khaleef, he is listened to and he is obeyed, for the word is united through him, and the Ahkam laws of the Caliph are implemented through him, and there is no difference regarding the obligation of that between the Ummah An-Nawawi said: .
Al-Ghazali when writing of the potential consequences of losing the Caliphate said: . The judges will be suspended, the Wilayaat provinces will be nullified, Ibn Taymiyyah said  [ page needed ] :. It is obligatory to know that the office in charge of commanding over the people ie: the post of the Khaleefah is one of the greatest obligations of the Deen. In fact, there is no establishment of the Deen except by it In his book The Early Islamic Conquests , Fred Donner argues that the standard Arabian practice during the early Caliphates was for the prominent men of a kinship group, or tribe, to gather after a leader's death and elect a leader from amongst themselves, although there was no specified procedure for this shura , or consultative assembly.
Candidates were usually from the same lineage as the deceased leader, but they were not necessarily his sons. Capable men who would lead well were preferred over an ineffectual direct heir, as there was no basis in the majority Sunni view that the head of state or governor should be chosen based on lineage alone. Since the Umayyads , all Caliphates have been dynastic. Traditionally, Sunni Muslim madhhabs all agreed that a Caliph must be a descendant of the Quraysh.
Following the death of Muhammad, a meeting took place at Saqifah. At that meeting, Abu Bakr was elected caliph by the Muslim community. Sunni Muslims developed the belief that the caliph is a temporal political ruler, appointed to rule within the bounds of Islamic law Sharia. The job of adjudicating orthodoxy and Islamic law was left to mujtahids , legal specialists collectively called the Ulama. Many Muslims call the first four caliphs the Rashidun, meaning the Rightly-Guided, because they are believed to have followed the Qur'an and the sunnah example of Muhammad.
With the exception of Zaidis ,  Shi'ites believe in the Imamate , a principle by which rulers are Imams who are divinely chosen, infallible and sinless and must come from the Ahl al-Bayt regardless of majority opinion, shura or election. They claim that before his death, Muhammad had given many indications, in the hadith of the pond of Khumm in particular, that he considered Ali , his cousin and son-in-law, as his successor.
For the Twelvers , Ali and his eleven descendants, the twelve Imams, are believed to have been considered, even before their birth, as the only valid Islamic rulers appointed and decreed by God. Shia Muslims believe that all the Muslim caliphs following Muhammad's death to be illegitimate due to their unjust rule and that Muslims have no obligation to follow them, as the only guidance that was left behind, as ordained in the hadith of the two weighty things , was the Islamic holy book, the Quran and Muhammad's family and offspring, who are believed to be infallible , therefore able to lead society and the Muslim community with complete justice and equity.
Shia Muslims emphasise that values of social justice , and speaking out against oppression and tyranny are not merely moral values, but values essential to a persons religiosity. After these Twelve Imams, the potential Caliphs, had passed, and in the absence of the possibility of a government headed by their Imams, some Twelvers believe it was necessary that a system of Shi'i Islamic government based on the Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist be developed, due to the need for some form of government, where an Islamic jurist or faqih rules Muslims, suffices.
However this idea, developed by the marja' Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and established in Iran, is not universally accepted among the Shia. Ismailis believe in the Imamate principle mentioned above, but they need not be secular rulers as well. The Majlis al-Shura literally "consultative assembly" was a representation of the idea of consultative governance.
The importance of this is premised by the following verses of the Qur'an:. The majlis is also the means to elect a new caliph. Al-Mawardi also said that in emergencies when there is no caliphate and no majlis, the people themselves should create a majlis and select a list of candidates for caliph; then the majlis should select a caliph from the list of candidates. Some Islamist interpretations of the role of the Majlis al-Shura are the following: In an analysis of the shura chapter of the Qur'an, Islamist author Sayyid Qutb argues that Islam only requires the ruler to consult with some of the representatives of the ruled and govern within the context of the Sharia.
Taqiuddin al-Nabhani , the founder of a transnational political movement devoted to the revival of the Caliphate, writes that although the Shura is an important part of "the ruling structure" of the Islamic caliphate, " it is not one of its pillars", meaning that its neglect would not make a Caliph's rule un-Islamic such as to justify a rebellion.
However, the Muslim Brotherhood, the largest Islamic movement in Egypt, has toned down these Islamist views by accepting in principle that in the modern age the Majlis al-Shura is democracy but during its governance of Egypt in , the Muslim Brotherhood did not put that principle into practice. Al-Mawardi said that if the rulers meet their Islamic responsibilities to the public the people must obey their laws, but a Caliph or ruler who becomes either unjust or severely ineffective must be impeached via the Majlis al-Shura.
Al-Juwayni argued that Islam is the goal of the ummah, so any ruler who deviates from this goal must be impeached. Al-Ghazali believed that oppression by a caliph is sufficient grounds for impeachment. Rather than just relying on impeachment, Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani stated that the people have an obligation to rebel if the caliph begins to act with no regard for Islamic law.
Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani said that to ignore such a situation is haraam and those who cannot revolt from inside the caliphate should launch a struggle from outside. Al-Asqalani used two ayahs from the Qur'an to justify this:. And they the sinners on qiyama will say, 'Our Lord! We obeyed our leaders and our chiefs, and they misled us from the right path. Our Lord! Give them the leaders double the punishment you give us and curse them with a very great curse' Islamic lawyers commented that when the rulers refuse to step down after being impeached through the Majlis, becoming dictators through the support of a corrupt army, if the majority is in agreement they have the option to launch a revolution.
Many noted that this option is to be exercised only after factoring in the potential cost of life. The following hadith establishes the principle of rule of law in relation to nepotism and accountability  [ non-primary source needed ]. They asked, "Who will intercede for her with Allah's Apostle? By Allah, if Fatima , the daughter of Muhammad my daughter stole, I would cut off her hand. Various Islamic lawyers, however, place multiple conditions and stipulations on the execution of such a law, making it difficult to implement.
For example, the poor cannot be penalised for stealing out of poverty, and during a time of drought in the Rashidun caliphate , capital punishment was suspended until the effects of the drought passed. Islamic jurists later formulated the concept that all classes were subject to the law of the land, and no person is above the law; officials and private citizens alike have a duty to obey the same law. Furthermore, a Qadi Islamic judge was not allowed to discriminate on the grounds of religion , race , colour , kinship or prejudice.
In a number of cases, Caliphs had to appear before judges as they prepared to render their verdict. According to Noah Feldman, a law professor at Harvard University , the system of legal scholars and jurists responsible for the rule of law was replaced by the codification of Sharia by the Ottoman Empire in the early 19th century: .
During the Muslim Agricultural Revolution , the Caliphate understood that real incentives were needed to increase productivity and wealth and thus enhance tax revenues. A social transformation took place as a result of changing land ownership  giving individuals of any gender ,  ethnic or religious background the right to buy, sell, mortgage and inherit land for farming or any other purpose.
Signatures were required on contracts for every major financial transaction concerning agriculture , industry , commerce and employment. Copies of the contract were usually kept by both parties involved. Early forms of proto- capitalism and free markets were present in the Caliphate,  since an early market economy and early form of merchant capitalism developed between the 8th and 12th centuries, which some refer to as "Islamic capitalism".
Business techniques and forms of business organisation employed during this time included early contracts , bills of exchange , long-distance international trade , early forms of partnership mufawada such as limited partnerships mudaraba and early forms of credit , debt , profit , loss , capital al-mal , capital accumulation nama al-mal ,  circulating capital , capital expenditure , revenue , cheques , promissory notes ,  trusts waqf , startup companies ,  savings accounts , transactional accounts , pawning , loaning , exchange rates , bankers , money changers , ledgers , deposits , assignments , the double-entry bookkeeping system ,  and lawsuits.
The taxes including Zakat and Jizya collected in the treasury Bayt al-mal of an Islamic government were used to provide income for the needy , including the poor , elderly , orphans , widows and the disabled. Caliph Umar added to the duties of the state an allowance, paid on behalf of every man woman and child, starting at birth, creating the world's first state run social welfare program.
Maya Shatzmiller states that the demographic behavior of medieval Islamic society varied in some significant aspects from other agricultural societies. Nomadic groups within places like the deserts of Egypt and Morocco maintained high birth rates compared to rural and urban populations, though periods of extremely high nomadic birth rates seem to have occurred in occasional "surges" rather than on a continuous basis.
Individuals living in large cities had much lower birth rates, possibly due to the use of birth control methods and political or economic instability. This led to population declines in some regions. The early Islamic Empire also had the highest literacy rates among pre-modern societies, alongside the city of classical Athens in the 4th century BC,  and later, China after the introduction of printing from the 10th century.
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