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Title

Pouvoir sacré et mahdisme: Ahmad al-Mansur al-Dhahabi

AuthorsGarcía-Arenal, Mercedes
KeywordsFillogía árabe
Historia
Issue Date1996
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationAl-qantara: Revista de estudios árabes, Vol. 17, Fasc. 2, 1996, pags. 453-472
Abstract[ES] Este artículo examina la propaganda establecida por Ahmad al-Mansür al- Dahabi tanto en su correspondencia, como a través del ceremonial de la corte y de los cronistas, apologistas oficiales del sultán, propaganda que sacraliza extraordinariamente su figura y que roza en todo momento la pretensión mahdista, unida a la pretensión califal. Esta propaganda se realiza en el contexto de rivalidad con los Otoinauos y en torno a la conquista del Sudán; conquista profundamente contestada por los ulemas marroquíes. La conclusión del artículo es que la sacralizacióii del poder islámico es siempre efímera y coyuntural g sólo puede hacerse a través de la figura del rnahdi; una figura rupturista y a la que generalmente recurren los rebeldes al poder establecido: el recurso a esta figura por parte de un sultán es necesaria en un inoineuto en el que los ulemas no consideran legitimo un poder o unas acciones emprendidas por tal poder.
[EN] This article examines the propaganda put forth by &mad al-Maiisur al- Dhahabi in liis correspondence, in his development of court ceremonial aud by his chroniclers, official apologists of the Sultan; a propaganda which sanctified his figure to an extraordinary degree and which emphasired above al1 his claiin to be the Mahdi together which his Caliphal pretensions. This propaganda was created in the context of his rivalry with the Ottomans aud with regard to the conquest of the Sudan, a conquest which was questioned profoundly by tiie Moroccan írIa,nü: The conclusion of the article is that the sanctification of Islamic political power is always ephemeral and relative and can be realized oiily through tlie figure of the Mahdi. Such strong sanctification of the sovereign is necessary when he is not legitimate enough for the '11.1arni' or his actions are not legitimate.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/20366
ISSN0211-3589
E-ISSN1988-2955
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