مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 7, Numéro 27, Pages 112-124
الكاتب : تريكي فتيحة .
Abstract: The “unsaid” in history of Muslim rulers in Al-Andalus appear as a forbidden topic in modern Arabic historical studies. Meanwhile starting new investigation with a psycholinguistics approach, the reader will be astonished at what has happened with some rulers in the issues of punishments, not legal punishment but a kind of evilness in the relationship of the ruler and his victim. Some of this rulers were very famous by theirs war efforts and by their acts in the development of both the state and the society. In the same time, there were very tolerant and caring about minorities, foreigners, deprived people and women. Abd-ar-Rahman III (912-961), the first caliph Al-Andalus, was one of this kind of rulers; he was the powerful Governor of Iberia and the Gardner of freedom and toleration in his land. However, he practiced some illegal punishment against some peoples by cruel acts mentioned by few texts, and this is the topic of this paper.
Abd- ar-Rahman III ; Al-ANdalus; illegal punishment; torture; sadism,; bloodsheding; panic; victim; Authocracy; mentality
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