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The Battle of Chains was the first battle of the Rashidun Caliphate in which the Muslim army sought to extend its frontiers.As a result of Rashidun victory in 636 AD, the bay of Kuwait was home to a city known as "Kadhima" or "Kāzimah" in the early Islamic era.
Für diese Kurse können Sie sich ab sofort anmelden.In 4th century BC, the ancient Greeks colonized the bay of Kuwait under Alexander the Great, the ancient Greeks named mainland Kuwait Larissa and Failaka was named Ikaros.According to Strabo and Arrian, Alexander the Great named Failaka Ikaros because it resembled the Aegean island of that name in size and shape.Midhat Pasha, the governor of Iraq, demanded that Kuwait submit to Ottoman rule.The al-Sabah found diplomatic allies in the British Foreign Office.Britain saw Mubarak's desire for an alliance as an opportunity to counteract German influence in the region and so agreed.
This led to what is known as the First Kuwaiti Crisis, in which the Ottomans demanded that the British stop interfering with their empire.
This influence was not just internal but enabled the al-Sabah to conduct foreign diplomacy.
They soon established good relations with the British East India Company in 1775.
The decline in international trade resulted in an increase in gold smuggling by Kuwaiti ships to India.
Poverty has settled in Kuwait more heavily since my last visit five years ago, both by sea, where the pearl trade continues to decline, and by land, where the blockade established by Saudi Arabia now harms the merchants.
Some merchant families left Kuwait in the early 1930s due to the prevalence of economic hardship.