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  Kingdom of Nekor
The Kingdom of Nekor was an emirate in the Rif area of modern day Morocco, with its capital initially at Temsaman but later at Nekor.
He converted the local Berber tribes to Islam; they soon tired of the restrictions of the religion, and threw him out in favor of a person known as az-Zaydi from the Nafza tribe, but then changed their mind and took him back, and his dynasty, the Banu Salih, ruled the region until 1019.
In his reign, Nekor was sacked by the Normans, who took many prisoners, a few of whom were ransomed by the Umayyad ruler of Spain.
publicliterature.org /en/wikipedia/k/ki/kingdom_of_nekor.html   (623 words)

  
 About my Charactors
Their names are Kitarna Elmira, Neko Elmira, Nekor Elmira, Elta Elmira, Orla Elmira and Rohan Elmira.
Kit, Neko and Nekor are siblings, while Elta and Orla are Kit's twin daughters and Rohan is her Son.I will give you a brief desricption of each and a little on their back ground.
Nekor(Nickname:N/A) Nekor is the half brother of Kitarna and full brother of Neko.
members.tripod.com /kitarna-ivil/id1.html   (526 words)

  
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The Kingdom of Nekor (Arabic: مملكة نكور‎) was an emirate in the Rif area of modern day Morocco, with its capital initially at Temsaman but later at Nekor.
He converted the local Berber tribes to Islam; they soon tired of the restrictions of the religion, and threw him out in favor of a person known as az-Zaydi from the Nafza tribe, but then changed their mind and took him back, and his dynasty, the Banū Sālih, ruled the region until 1019.
Later, part of the Ghomara tribe revolted, led by a person called Segguen; their revolt was defeated.
portable-apps.subiectiv.com /portable.php?title=Kingdom_of_Nekor   (649 words)

  
 Kingdom of Nekor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Kingdom of Nekor was an emirate in the Rif with its capital initially at Temsaman but later at Nekor, founded by an immigrant of southern Arabianorigins, Salih I ibnMansur al- Himyari in 710 AD, by (Abbasid) Caliphal grant.
He converted the local Berber tribes to Islam ; they soon tired of the restrictions of the religion, and threw him out in favor of aperson known as az-Zaydi from the Nafza tribe, but then changed their mind and took him back, and his dynasty, the Banu Salih,ruled the region until 1019.
In his reign,Nekor was sacked by the Normans, who took many prisoners, a few of whom were ransomedby the Umayyad ruler of Spain.
www.therfcc.org /kingdom-of-nekor-6611.html   (614 words)

  
 710
End of the Asuka period, the second and last part of the Yamato period and beginning of the Nara period in Japan.
Founding of the Muslim Kingdom of Nekor in Morocco.
Muslim army invited into Ceuta by its governor Don Julian, who, being an opponent of Roderic, encourages them to invade Spain.
www.starrepublic.org /encyclopedia/wikipedia/7/71/710.html   (114 words)

  
 Joseph, The State v [1992] PNGLR 238 (8 May 1992)
She left the child from her grasp and, after lying there for some time she got up and tried to walk, but she fell down again.
She was lying there when people from her village were alerted by Nekor Nemet, who was fishing in his canoe some distance off shore that morning.
The evidence of Nekor Nemet of seeing the accused stand up and sit down on the reef on more than one occasion is consistent with the version of facts given by the accused to the police in the record of interview.
www.worldlii.org /pg/cases/PNGLR/1992/238.html   (2341 words)

  
 Riad Marocco - Riad Maroc - Riyad Marocco
Le royaume de Nekor était un Emirat dans la zone qui correspond au rif actuel au Maroc, avec une capital au debut à temsamane puis plus tard à Nekor.
Sur l'est, il a inclus les tribus de Zouagha et de Djeraoua d'Al-`Ais d'Abi d'ibn,à cinq jours de voyage de Nekor, encadrant au territoire du Matmata, Kebdana, Mernissa, Ghassasa du mont Herek, et de Qulu` Jarra, appartenant au Beni Ourtendi.
-Idris I ibn Salih (?-760), qui decouvrit Nekor -Sa'id I ibn Idris (760-803), qui a déplacé le capital à Nekor.
www.riad-online.com /fr/home.htm   (865 words)

  
 Calvert et al. 1997, BSSA
Marine seismic reflection profiles, that intersect the offshore region of seismicity, image active high angle faults with possible strike-slip components.
The seismicity trend is not directly related to the submarine Alboran Ridge or the geomorphologically prominent Nekor fault.
Deformation appears to be occurring on a number of subsidiary strike-slip faults that together compose a NE-SW zone of distributed shear.
atlas.geo.cornell.edu /morocco/publications/calvert1997.htm   (513 words)

  
 Morocco: History - K12 Academics
During this time, however, the high mountains of most of modern Morocco remained un subdued, and stayed in the hands of their Berber inhabitants.
What became modern Morocco in the 7th century, was the area invaded by the Arabs, who brought their customs and Islam, to which most of the Berbers converted, forming states such as the Kingdom of Nekor.
The country soon broke away from the control of the distant Abbasid caliphs in Baghdad under Idris ibn Abdallah who founded the Idrisid Dynasty.
www.k12academics.com /morocco_history.htm   (1231 words)

  
 1483 Online. Morocco
During this time, however, the high mountains of most of modern Morocco remained unsubdued, and stayed in the hands of their Berber inhabitants.
Arabs invaded what became modern Morocco in the seventh century, bringing their civilization and Islam, to which most of the Berbers converted, forming states such as the Kingdom of Nekor.
The country soon broke away from the control of the distant Abbasid caliphs in Baghdad under Idris ibn Salih who founded the Idrisid Dynasty.
www.1483online.com /histories/morocco.php   (381 words)

  
 Operation Enduring Freedom: 1 Year Later
Those are all aspects of this battle of ideas that I referred to, and it's an important part of our strategy for dealing in the war on terrorism and specifically, as I said, to delegitimating the kind of inhuman tactic of extremist groups -- in particular, the purposeful killing of civilians for political purposes.
Q My name is Nekor Iqueda (ph), and I am an AP reporter for Latin America.
My question is not directly related to the war on terror, but to the U.S. military establishment.
fpc.state.gov /fpc/14209.htm   (3546 words)

  
 Maroc Encyclopedie Informations Afrique, dates et histoire du Maroc
Le royaume de Nekor était un émirat dans la zone qui correspond au Rif actuel au Maroc, avec une capital au début à Temsamane puis plus tard à Nekor.
Sous son règne, Nekor fut saccagée par les Normands, qui capturèrent beaucoup de prisonniers, dont quelques uns qui furent rachetés par le souverain omeyyade d'Espagne.
Abd Al-Badi ibn Salih "el-Mu’ayyid" (927-929) ; il a été vaincu et tué par un autre général fatimide, Musa ibn Abi’l-Afiya, qui a encore détruit Nekor.
www.franceevasion.com /toutsavoir/pays-maroc.htm   (2303 words)

  
 Tout savoir (ou presque) sur le Rif   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Au Moyen Âge, le Rif était le royaume de Nekor.
C'est un petit royaume dans la baie d'Al-Hoceima pas très loin de l'actuel oued Nekor.
Fondé au VIIIe siècle et dirigé par la dynastie des Salihides avant d'être conquis par les Arabes, le royaume de Nekor est aujourd'hui aux yeux des Rifains l'une des organisations politiques indépendantes proprement rifaines avec la République du Rif (1921-1926) qui marquent fortement leur mémoire collective.
www.tamazight.biz /article392.html   (397 words)

  
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