Zabid

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Zabid
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tiŋa, city, urban area
Zuliya wuhibuزبيد Mali niŋ
TiŋaYemen Mali niŋ
Din be shɛli polonaAl Hudaydah Governorate Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbaŋ yaɣili calinli14°12′0″N 43°19′0″E Mali niŋ
Wakati luɣiliUTC+03:00 Mali niŋ
Significant eventlist of World Heritage in Danger Mali niŋ
Heritage designationUNESCO World Heritage Site Mali niŋ
World Heritage soliWorld Heritage selection criterion (ii), World Heritage selection criterion (iv), World Heritage selection criterion (vi) Mali niŋ
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Zabid

Zabid a ni tooi lahi boli li zabeed bee zebid nyɛla tiŋ'shɛli din mali daadam biɛligu kamani tuhupihinu ni ayi ni tusaanu ni pihiwɔi m-be Yemen western coastal plain. Di nyɛla tin'shɛli din nyɛ tiŋ'kurili Yemen puuni ka lahi nyɛ UNESCO Heritage site tum 1993; amaa yuuni 2000, lala tingbani yaɣili ŋɔ daa nyɛla din pahi World Heritage in danger puuni.

Jiŋ' karili shɛli din be Zabid, bɛ ni lahi booni shɛli Alsha-ir Mosque, be daa mɛli la yuuni 628 AD, Abu Musah Ashaari n-daa mɛ li. Anabi Mahammaŋ nyaandɔlibu la ni yino. Tiŋa maa n-daa nyɛ Yemen tiŋzuɣu 13th n ti gbaai 15th yuuni puuni.

Taarihi[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Tiŋ maa nyɛla shɛli dini zaŋ Wadi Zabid yuli tili, wadi din be di nudirigu zuɣu, nyɛla tiŋ kura zaɣyini Yemen tingbani ni. Abu Musa Ashaari, Anabi Mohammaŋ soɔhabe nim yino, ŋun daa yi Zabid na ka daa che ka Great Mosque din be tiŋpuuni daa me yuuni 628 AD, Anabi nyɛvili saha. Di yi doli kali, dini n - nyɛ jiŋli din pahi anu dini me musulinsi taarihi puuni. Sohabe so yaha, Amru bin Ma'adi Yakrib gba nyɛla ŋun daa yi Zabid na ka daa yi House of Zubaid, laribu balli shɛli dini zaŋ tiŋ maa yuli ti. Zabid daa nyɛla Yemen tiŋ zuɣu 13th century hali ni 15th century ka lahi nyɛ laribu ni musulin nima duniya di bahi bahindi di daa mali karinzoŋ karili University of Zabid din nyɛ musilinsi bohimbu shee. Di daa nyɛla Ziyadd dynasty tiŋzuɣu din gbaagi 819 - 1018 ni Najahid dynasty din gbaagi 1022- 1158.[1]

Yuuni 1067 ni, haʒi niŋbu saha, Banu Najah daŋ ban daa be Sa'id Ibn Najah sulinsi ni, ŋun daa nyɛ Zabid nabia, daa liri Ali gorim niriba ni Asma Shibab bia ka daa ku Ali ka gbaabi Asma dansarika.[2] Bi daa zaŋoo niŋ dansarika soɣirili Zabid ni ka o yidaan zuɣu daa nyɛla shɛli dini zaŋ sa doɣu zuɣu ka o ni too nyɛli sarika maa ni. O ni daa be sarika maa yuun gbaliŋ, o daa nyɛla ŋun sabi ti o bidibbila ni o bii paɣa Sa'na ka o bii maa daa ŋme n- nkpe Zabid ti yiho.

Mausoleum Muhammad Ezzuddin, Zabeed, Yemen

Laribu nira ŋun yulu booni ibn Mahdi al-Himyari, ŋun nyɛ yemen tiŋbiya, daa nyɛla ŋun nya Mahdid dynasty Tihama ni. Ibn Mahdi mini o nyaan doliba daa dabi tiŋsi pam din be Zabid nuzaazuɣu. O daa poya ni o ni labi gbahi Abyssinians daba ka daa yɛli o niribi maa ni bi kum sokam, hali nandaambi gba.[3][4] Dabiɛm zuɣu, Zabid niribi daa nyɛla ban suhi soŋsim Zaydi limam Ahmed Sulayman bia sani ni bi guba ka che al-Himyari. Zaydi limam daa puhiya ni bi ku Fatiq III dama o daa tum taali din nyɛ doo ni doo laɣimbu. Fatiq III daa nyɛla Imam, Mahdids bee o sojanima ni daa kuso. Daba gbahibu daa nyɛla din che ka Mahids nima daa dee Zabid yuuni 1158 ni.

Ayyubid nabia n ti Turan Shah niribi daa nyɛla ban deegi Yemen yaɣa pam ka daa deegi Zabid 13 May 1174.

Hadim Suleiman Pasha daa waɣiligi Othoman's yaa ka Zabid daa pahi di zuɣu yuuni1539.[5][6] Zabid daa leegi Yemen Eyalet administrative headquaters.[7][8]

Mausoleum Muhammad Ezzudin, Zabeed, Yemen Dawoodi Bohra dai Syedna Mohammad Ezzudin daa nyɛla ban gba daa gbe Zabeed ka bi niya nyɛ ni bi niŋ haʒi amaa Zaidi daa nyɛla ŋun saɣim bi konyurim ŋarim maa ni ka di daa d Syedna Ezzuddin. O ni daa baŋ lala o daa daŋ labi Zabid ka da koŋ o nyɛvuli dabisa bihi sunsuni.O gballi gba nyɛla din be Zabid.

Zuŋo, zabid nyɛla naŋsim ni daabilim tiŋ Yemen ni.[9]

Joografi[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Zabid nyɛla din mali foŋ niribi kamani 52, 590 Yemen wulinluhili coastal plain.[10]

Duniya nɛma tiɛri[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Zabid nyɛla luɣi shɛli dini UNESCO ni boli World Heritage Site tum yuuni 1993. Zabid Jiŋ karili maa nyɛla din nyɛ asanzali dini tiŋ maa ni. Di karindukarili maa gba nyɛla luɣi shɛli niri ni too chaŋ ti nya.

Yuuni 2000 ni, Zabid daa nyɛla dini zaŋ shɛli pahi Duniya Siɣili yaɣ'shɛŋa ŋannyɛ chuuta; lala bolibu maa nyala Yemen gomnanti ni che ka di niŋ shɛli di bahi bahindi di daa bi gbibili viɛnyɛla. UNESCO nim vihigu wuhiya ni tiŋ maa yiya kamani kobigu puuni vaabu pihinahi nyɛla dini taɣi shɛli concrete duri, ka yi shɛŋa mii nyɛ din za dabari.[11]Tiŋ maa yi daa bi pili di kali ni ta- aada gbibbu yuma ayi dini daa zaŋli pahi UNESCO World Heritage Site, di daa naan nyɛ samili, dama yuli maa nyɛla UNESCO nim ni di yɛn kpihim shɛli bi kumdunima ni.[12]

Daabiligu[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Yuuni 1920, Zabid daa nyɛla tiŋ yini tiŋsi ayi Laribaawa nimani ni ban zooori indigo. Zabid lahi zoori gumdi.[13][14][15] Gbampiɛlla bala zaba daa nyɛla din che ka Zabid daabiligu siɣi 20th century piligu.[16][17][18]

Anfooni nima[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

External links[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Kundivihira[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

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