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After Marzuban ibn Justan converted to Islam inthe ancient family of Justan's became connected to the Zaydi Alids of the Daylam region. The Justanids adopted the Zaydi form of Shi'ism. The Karkiya dynastyor Kia dynasty, was a Zaydi Shia dynasty which ruled over Bia pish eastern Gilan from the s to They claimed Sasanian ancestry as well. Alid dynasty of Tabaristan. See Alid dynasties of northern Iran. The Idrisid dynasty was a Zaydi dynasty centered around modern-day Morocco.
It was named after its first leader Idriss I. The Banu Ukhaidhir was a dynasty that ruled in al-Yamamah central Arabia from to at least the mid-eleventh century. The Hammudid dynasty was a Zaydi dynasty in the 11th century in southern Spain. Muttawakili Kingdomalso known as the Kingdom of Yemen or, retrospectively, as North Yemen, existed between and in the northern part of what is now Yemen. Since the earliest form of Zaydism was Jaroudiah many of the first Zaidi states were supporters of its position, such as those of the Iranian Alavids of Mazandaran Province and the Buyid dynasty of Gilan Province and the Arab dynasties of the Banu Ukhaidhir [ citation needed ] of al-Yamama modern Saudi Arabia and the Rassids of Yemen.
The Idrisid dynasty in the western Maghreb were another Arab  Zaydi       dynasty, ruling — The Alavids established a Zaydi state in Deylaman and Tabaristan northern Iran in ;  it lasted until the death of its leader at the hand of the Sunni Samanids in Roughly forty years later, the state was revived in Gilan Northwest Iran and survived until From the 12thth centuries, Zaydi communities acknowledged the Imams of Yemen or rival Imams within Iran.
The Buyid dynasty was initially Zaidi  as were the Banu Ukhaidhir rulers Syzzeye Pt 1 - Zark Behida - Isis (CD) al-Yamama in the 9th and 10th centuries. The leader of the Zaidi community took the title of Caliph. As such, the ruler of Yemen was known as the Caliph. The Rassid Imamate continued until the Syzzeye Pt 1 - Zark Behida - Isis (CD) of the 20th century, when a revolution deposed the Imam.
The Rassid state was founded under Jarudiyya thought;  however, increasing interactions with Hanafi and Shafi'i schools of Sunni Islam led to a shift to Sulaimaniyyah thought, especially among the Hadawi sub-sect.
In the 21st century, the most prominent Zaidi movement is the Shabab Al Mu'mineencommonly known as Houthiswho have been engaged in an uprising against the Yemeni Government in which the Army has lost men and thousands of innocent civilians have been killed or displaced by government forces and Houthi, causing a grave humanitarian crisis in north Yemen. Some Persian and Arab legends record that Zaidis fled to China from the Umayyads during the 8th century.
Since in YemenZaidi fighters have been waging an uprising against factions belonging to the Sunni majority group in the country. The Houthisas they are often called, have asserted that their actions are for the defense of their community from the government and discrimination, though the Yemeni government in turn accused them of wishing to bring it down and institute religious law.
On 20 Septemberan agreement was signed in Sana'a under UN patronage essentially giving the Houthis control of the government after a decade of conflict. Saudi Arabia has exercised the predominant external influence in Yemen since the withdrawal of Nasser's Egyptian expeditionary force marking Syzzeye Pt 1 - Zark Behida - Isis (CD) end of the bitter North Yemen Civil War.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Zaydiyyah. For the surname Zaidi and other uses, see Zaidi disambiguation. Branch of Shia Islam. Beliefs and practices. Holy days. Branches and sects. Ahl al-Kisa. Muhammad Ali Fatimah Hasan Husayn. Holy women, Syzzeye Pt 1 - Zark Behida - Isis (CD). Texts and sciences. Culture and society. Related topics. Five Pillars of Islam. Shahada Salah Sawm Zakat Hajj. Other schools of theology. Main article: Houthis.
Further information: Imams of Yemen.
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