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Arabic: أبو القاسم. محمد بن عباد
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Birthplace: Seville,Spain
Death: Died in Seville, AL, Spain
Immediate Family:

Son of Ismail bin Qarais bin 'Abbad; Isamai'il ibn Qaris Khadi, of Seville and No Name Zauja-e-Ismail bin Qarais
Husband of Unknown I Kadi Abu'l -Kasim ibn Ismail
Father of Muhammad Motadid; Muhammed al-Mutamid Abu Amr Abbad; Ismail ibn Muhammad and Abbad II (Abu Amr Abbad) al-Mutadid hajib de Sevilla
Brother of Muhammad Motadid

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About Abbad I (Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad) hajib de Sevilla

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abbadid_dynasty

Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad (ruled 1023–1042), the qadi of Seville, founded the house in 1023. He functioned as the chief of an Arab family settled in the city from the first days of the conquest. The Beni-abbad had not previously played a major role in history, though they were of noble pedigree, hailing from Bani Lakhm, the historical kings of Al-Hira in south-central Iraq. The family also did have considerable wealth.

Al-Qasim gained the confidence of the townsmen by organizing a successful resistance to the Berber soldiers of fortune who had grasped at the fragments of the caliphate. At first, he professed to rule only with the advice of a council formed of the nobles, but when his power became established, he dispensed with this show of republican government, and then gave himself the appearance of a legitimate title by protecting an impostor who professed to be the caliph Hisham II.

When al-Qasim died in 1042 he had created a state, which, though weak in itself, appeared strong as compared to the little powers about it. He had made his family the recognized leaders of the Andalusian Muslims against the neo-Berber element arrayed under the king of Granada. -------------------- Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad

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Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad or Abbad I, (died in 1042), was the founder and eponym of the Abbadid dynasty; he was the first independent Muslim ruler of Seville in Al-Andalus (resigned 1023–1042).

He was an administrator notable for declaring Seville independent of the Al-andalus province of Córdoba in 1023.

Abbadid

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Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad (ruled 1023–1042), the qadi of Seville, founded the house in 1023. He functioned as the chief of an Arab family settled in the city from the first days of the conquest. The Beni-abbad had not previously played a major role in history, though they were of noble pedigree, hailing from Bani Lakhm, the historical kings of Al-Hira in south-central Iraq. The family also did have considerable wealth.

Al-Qasim gained the confidence of the townsmen by organizing a successful resistance to the Berber soldiers of fortune who had grasped at the fragments of the caliphate. At first, he professed to rule only with the advice of a council formed of the nobles, but when his power became established, he dispensed with this show of republican government, and then gave himself the appearance of a legitimate title by protecting an impostor who professed to be the caliph Hisham II.

When al-Qasim died in 1042 he had created a state, which, though weak in itself, appeared strong as compared to the little powers about it. He had made his family the recognized leaders of the Muslims of Arab and native Iberian descent against the Berber element arrayed under the king of Granada. -------------------- Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad or Abbad I, (died in 1042), was the founder and eponym of the Abbadid dynasty; he was the first independent Muslim ruler of Seville in Al-Andalus (ruled 1023–1042).

He was an administrator notable for declaring Seville independent of the Al-andalus province of Córdoba in 1023.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_al-Qasim_Muhammad_ibn_Abbad

-------------------- ID: I165996

Name: Muhammed I Kadi Abu'l-Kasim ibn Ismail

Sex: M

Birth: ABT 984 in Of, Seville, Espania

Death: ABT 1042 in Seville

Father: Ismail ibn Qarais , Emir of Seville b: 951 in Seville, Spain

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

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Muhammed al-Mutadid Abu' Amr' Abbad b: 1014 in Of, Seville
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