The Policy of the Ottoman State Towards the Arab and Kurdish Tribes in Mosul after the Return of Central Rule to it in 1834 AD
Author: Dr. Saja Qahtan Mohammed Qaba |Pages: 75-84|

Abstract: The Mosul area is considered one of the areas that attract the population, due to its geographical location connected to the mountains from the northeast and the plain area in the south and southwest… in addition to its abundant resources. Among the first tribes to inhabit Mosul in the aftermath of the Islamic liberation wars were the tribes of Taghlib, Iyad, Quraysh and Bani Tamim. The settlement movement continued in later periods, especially after Mosul entered under Ottoman control. Among the most prominent ethnic groups that inhabited Mosul were and still are the clans, as the city contained large numbers of endemic clans and nomads.


IJJA is a Humanities and Social Sciences publishing journal committed towards providing a platform to outstanding scientists and researchers to exhibit their findings for the furtherance of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The International Jordanian Journal, Aryam Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJJA) (ISSN print: 2710-3005), (ISSN Online: 2706 – 8455) welcomes high quality contributions investigating topics in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences .