Talk:Mamluks

From New World Encyclopedia
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The Divine Principle recognizes the providential purpose of four great civilizations, one of which is the Islamic. For a long period of history, the Mamluks as rulers of Egypt enabled the survival of the Abbasid caliphs, as a symbol of Muslim unity.

The Mamluks themselves rose from slave-soldiers to become sultans. Their contribution to providential history can be identified as enabling the survival of a trans-national system of faith and practice, the religion of Islam. This gave millions of people a set of shared values and a religious worldview.
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