Abû Ja`far "Ar-Râchid Bi-llah" Al-Mansûr Ben Al-Fadhl Al-Mustarchid called Ar-Râchid It was born in 1109. It succeeded like thirtieth Caliph Abbasside of Baghdad his father Al-Mustarchid assassinated in 1135. A great-uncle Al-Muqtafi wire of the twenty-eighth caliph Al-Mustazhir deposited it in 1136. He died assassinated in 1138.
BiographyThe Sultan Seljoukide Mas `ûd dominates all the short reign of the Caliph Ar-Râchid. This last tried to follow the steps of his/her father to conquer a certain independence with same misfortunes. To be avenged for the assassination of his father, he insulted the emissary of the Sultan come to require advantages. He was supported by Zengi governor of Mosul in his opposition to the Sultan.
The Sultan who resided in Perse is hastened towards Baghdad to make obey this rebellious city. He besieged the city which, protected well by the river and its channels with resisted the attacks. Zengi and the Caliph Ar-Râchid Finally the caliph and Zengi, despairing of success, are escaped in Mosul.
End of the reignOnce the capacity of the restored Sultan, a council met which decided resignation of the Caliph and nomination of his great-uncle Al-Muqtafi wire of Al-Mustazhir to replace it (1136).
Ar-Rachid fled in Ispahan, where it was the new victim of the daggers of the assassins (1138).
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