Mutadinun Caliphate

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Mutadinun Caliphate

خلافة المتدينين
632 AD–712 AD
Flag of Mutadinuns
Flag
Mutadinun Map.png
Area ruled 700
CapitalMedina Alrasul (660-681)
Dimashaq (681-712)
Common languagesArabic and local languages
Religion
Islam
GovernmentImperial Republic
Caliph 
• 632-660
Fahron ibn Faseeha
• 660-681
Mansoor ibn Qazi
• 681-699
Abdul Khaliq el-Rashed
• 699-709
Waatiq Altabet
• 709-712
Aiman el-Sultana
LegislatureMajlis as Shura
Historical eraEarly Islamic
• Election of Fahron ibn Faseeha as first Caliph
632 AD
• Mansoor ibn Qazi elected
660
• Abdul Khaliq el-Rashed elected
681
• Waatiq Altabet elected
699
• Aiman el-Sultana elected
709
• Second Shia Revolution 
712 AD
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Zahjeddah (Christian)
Romanyan Empire
Pre Islamic Arab States
Pre Islamic Azumankan States
Hussienad Caliphate
Emirate of Sabotah
Emirate of Avergis
Atlan Kingdom
Sultanate of Ankarabad
Shahnate of Ibrahamshah
Emirate of Khazovr

The Mutadinun Caliphate (Arabic: خلافة المتدينين) was the first caliphate to succeed Muhammad in 632 and took on further expansion after the unification of the Arabian tribes. The Caliphate gets it's name from the word "متدينين" meaning the pious due the nature of the caliphs. They are recognized as the first five caliphs in Sunni Islam and Alhaz Islam. The consensus in Ahfariq Islam tends to be based on personal opinion (though it tends to be for recognition) while in Shiya Islam they are not recognized at all.

The caliphate is characterized by it's rapid expansion being the second largest Islamic state to even have existed behind the Islamic Republic but larger than the Caliphate of Deltino. It took over over most of South Ecros by 710 though missing the Campodine peninsula ruled by the Emirate of Cordoba, Portugal, and parts of modern day northern Greater Sacramento. It was able to hold northern Savotta under from 680-712 before it broke away during the Second Shia Revolt.

Origins

Caliphs

Fahron ibn Faseeha's Rule

Mansoor ibn Qazi's Rule

Abdul Khaliq el-Rashed's Rule

Waatiq Altabet's Rule

Aiman el-Sultana's Rule

Conquests

Zahjeddah Kingdom

Hiyanpur Coast and Azumanka

Qunazistan

Sabotah

Intemil Region

Eastern Terranihil

Iberia

Administration

Provinces

Judicial administration

Elections

Accountability of rulers

List of Caliphs

Economy

Public Works

Military