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Encyclopedia > Abdallah ibn Muhammad

Abdallah ibn Muhammad, of the Umayyad dynasty, was Emir of Cordoba from 888 to 912.



Preceded by:
al-Mundhir
Umayyad Leader Succeeded by:
Abd-ar-rahman III
Emir of Cordoba

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Umayyad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1218 words)
One son of Abd-Munaf was Hashim, whose son was Abdul Muttalib, whose son was Abdullah, whose son was Prophet Muhammad.
The Umayyad clan had bitter rivalry with the Hashim clan (from which came the Abbasid clan), especially as Abu Sufian was the most determined and bitterest enemy of Muhammad, and sought to exterminate the adherents of the new religion, by waging a series of battles.
Marwan II ibn Muhammad (ruled from Harran in the Jazira) 744–750
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