Byzantine later continued peace efforts with Caliph Harun al-Rashid
. In the year 798 A.D., Irene had sent Euthymius, minister of Sardis, as emissary with a gift to avoid attacks against Byzantine.
of Harun al-Rashid
, who has his dinner host, the commoner Abou Hassan,
Consider also the case of Abbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid
. When he sought advice from Fudayl ibn 'Iyadh (R) - an ascetic follower of Imam Abu Hanifah (R) - the latter said: "[Consider] The lands of Islam as your own house, and their inhabitants as your family.
In 795, Abbasid Caliph Harun al-Rashid
imprisoned Moussa al-Kadhim.
The 1942 movie Arabian Nights starred Maria Montez as Scheherazade, Sabu as Ali Ben Ali and Jon Hall as Harun al-Rashid
Examining the history of the `Abbasid caliphate between 809 and 833, a period that began in civil war between the two sons of the just-deceased Harun al-Rashid
and ended with the reign of one of the brothers, al-Ma'mun, on Baghdad's throne, Yucesoy (history, Saint Louis U.) focuses on the role of Muslim and non-Muslim messianic and apocalyptic beliefs in shaping political behavior in the caliphate.
Dice la historia que el virtuosismo de un joven musico llego a oidos del califa Harun al-Rashid
(763-809) de Bagdad, quien se vanagloriaba de reclutar a los artistas mas impetuosos de su tiempo.
The caliphs al-Mansur, Harun al-Rashid
(of the Thousand and One Nights fame), and al-Ma'mun are noted for their patronage of learning and medicine.
Islamic historians say Imam Musa al-Kadhem was imprisoned and poisoned in Baghdad in 799 AD by Harun al-Rashid
, leader of the Sunni caliphate at the time, who feared him as a rival for power.
The next fifteen years were a time of comparative peace and prosperity, in many ways the high point of Abbasid power and the 'golden prime' of Harun al-Rashid
. The new Caliph was happy to leave day-to-day running of the administration in the hands of his mentor, Yahya the Barmakid, whom he referred to as his 'father'.
There is a long line of fictional and historical figures who embody this role in Arab cultural artifacts, whether traditional oral epics or modern TV serials, from Abu Bakr to Harun al-Rashid
He fancied himself the descendant and natural heir to the likes of Abu Jafar al-Mansur, the city's founder, and Harun al-Rashid
, its most illustrious ruler.