Sabah I bin Jaber

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1. emir of Kuwait (en) Fassara

1752 - 1776
← no value - Abdullah I Al-Sabah
Rayuwa
Haihuwa Kuwait, 1700
ƙasa Kuwait
Daular Usmaniyya
Mutuwa Kuwait, 1776
Yan'uwa
Yara
Ƙabila House of Al Sabah (en) Fassara
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa

Maï martaba Sheikh Abu Salman Sabah Na bin Jaber Al-Sabah ( Larabci: أبو سلمان صباح بن جابر الصباح الأول‎ ) (c.1700-1776) ya kasan ce kuma shi ne na farkon mai mulkin kasar Kuwaiti . Tarihin Kuwait na hukuma ya nuna cewa an zaɓe shi gaba ɗaya don matsayin sheikh . [1]

Sarautar Sabah bin Jaber[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Iyalan Bani Utbah daga karshe sun isa kasar Kuwaiti a shekara ta 1713 Miladiyya kuma sun zauna bayan sun sami izini daga sarkin al-Hasa Sa'dun bin Muhammad wanda ya yi mulki daga 1691 - 1722 AD. A shekarar 1718, shugaban kowane iyali a garin Kuwaiti ya hallara ya zaɓi Sabah I bin Jaber a matsayin Shehun Kuwait ya zama gwamna na ire-irenta a ƙarƙashin Sarkin Al Hasa . A wannan lokacin kuma, an raba iko a cikin mulki tsakanin dangin Al Sabah, Al Khalifa, da dangin Al Jalahma wanda Al Sabah zai mallaki ragamar mulki alhali Al Khalifa ya kasance mai kula da kasuwanci da kwararar kudi, kuma Jalahma ne zai kula da aikin cikin teku.

A cikin 1752 Kuwait ta sami 'yanci bayan yarjejeniya tsakanin Shehun Kuwait da Sarkin Al Hasa inda Al Hasa ta amince da mulkin Sabah I bin Jaber na' yanci kan Kuwait kuma a madadin Kuwait ba za ta hada kai da ita ba ko kuma goya wa makiyan Al Hasa baya ko kuma tsoma baki a ciki. al'amuran cikin gidan Al Hasa ta kowace hanya. Bayan rasuwarsa Sabah na karamin shi ne ya gaje shi, Abdullah bin Sabah .

Duba kuma[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Jerin sarakunan Kuwait
  • Tutar Kuwait

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Sabah I bin Jaber
Born: c. 1700 Died: 1762
Regnal titles
New title Sheikh of Kuwait Magaji
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  1. Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf, Oman, and Central Arabia, Geographical, Volume 1, Historical Part 1, John Gordon Lorimer,1905, p1000