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He spent three months in Khuzistan before proceeding to Damghan, where he stayed about three years. International Encyclopedia i Terrorism. During the day [10] he studied at home, and mastered palmistrylanguagesphilosophyastronomy and mathematics especially geometry. He later seized a mountain fortress called Alamut. Contemporary Ismaili Social and Political Thought.

Here he attracted the ire of priests following a heated discussion, and Hassan was thrown out of the town he was in. He was hosted by one of the Missionaries of his youth, a man who had taught the youthful Hassan in Rayy. Mufaddal Saifuddin claimant as 54th Dai: This prompted his abandoning Rayy and heading to Xabbah in Defense Technical Information Center.

Next, key people amongst this populace were converted, and finally, inHassan took over the fort by infiltrating it with his converts. He then turned south and traveled through Hasn, reached Damascus in Syria. Diario de Navarra in Spanish.

The terms having been agreed upon, Hassan cut the hide into strips and linked them into a large ring around the perimeter of the fort, whose owner was thus undone by his own greed.


There was plenty of mission activity, pervasive throughout its length and breath in Iran under the control of Abdul Malik bin Attash. Udu is reported to have stayed 18 months in Cairo, enjoying the patronage and favour of his master. It is said by some writers that Hasan received so many benefits at the hands of the Caliph that the courtiers became jealous, and eventually forced him to leave the country. Hassan evaded them, and went deeper into the mountains.

Hassan-i Sabbah

From here he went to Caucasian Albania current Azerbaijanhundreds of miles to the north, and from there through Armenia. A Brief History of Terrorism”.

Early in his life, his family moved to Rayy. Contact us – Sitemap. Retrieved from ” hasaj Polo’s travelogue describes Hassan as a charlatan who devised plots to convert young men to his sect. From early age he acquired the rudiments of formal education from his father at home.

At the court of the Old Man urduu the Mountain “they were educated in various languages and customs, courtly etiquette, and trained in martial and other skills”. Ismaili Electronic Library and Database. They stabbed their lords, and women as well, and they died”.

Death of Hasan bin Sabbah

Guests are not required to login during this beta-testing phase. In his autobiography, entitled ‘Sar Guzasht-i Sayyidna’ Incidents in the life haswn our Lordhe tells his own story that, ‘From the days of my boyhood, from the age of seven, I felt a love for the various branches of learning and wished to become a religious scholar; until the age of rudu I was a seeker and searcher for knowledge, but kept to the Twelver faith of my father.


Likening the perching of the eagle to a lesson given by it, he called the fort Aluh Amu kh t: Historians and scholars identify Hassan-i Sabbah as the founder of the Nizari Assassins urdk their doctrine.

First to Fourteenth Century A. Retrieved February 20, Kuhlman, Royed. He learnt the Ismaili doctrines from a Fatimid dai, Amir Dharrab, who expounded him the doctrine of the Ismailis.

He was rescued and taken to Syria. He also learnt latest tactics of the dawa in Dar al-Hikmah, which was in those days the biggest learning centre of Islam.

Hassan-i Sabbah – Wikipedia

It is unclear how long Hassan stayed in Egypt: Imam al-Mustansir gave him audience and honoured him. Hasan, thus profited much by his journey to Egypt. Hassan was briefly imprisoned by Badr al-Jamali. Ibn Attash, suitably impressed with the young seventeen-year-old Hassan, made him Deputy Missionary and advised him to go to Cairo to further his studies.

Their History and Doctrines 2nd Edition. Retrieved February 5, Tauris,