Sytuacja chrześcijan za panowania kalifa Al-Hakima Bi-Amr Allaha
THE STITUATION OF CHRISTIANS DURING THE REIGN OF AL-HAKIM BI-AMR ALLAH
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Al-Hakim was a Fatimid caliph who reigned in the late 10th and the early 11th century. His rule was characterised by a strong pressure exerted on his non-Muslim, especially Christian, subjects. The aim of this paper is to provide an insight into his policy concerning the Christian minority in Egypt and Syria, to describe the reasons that made Al-Hakim turn against Christians as well as the reasons that made him change his attitude towards them shortly before his death.
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