The impact of Islamic morals on the era of Andalusian rulers in building the Islamic state during the era of the Emirate (138-316 A.H) = (755-929 A.D)

Abstract

The research dealt with the Islamic morals of rulers in the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet, and the definition of ethics language and terminology, sources of Islamic ethics, and then the morals of rulers in the Holy Quran and in the Prophet’s Sunnah, the research showed the impact of Islamic ethics in the rulers of Andalusia on building the Islamic state in the era of the emirate through: building State and society institutions, protection of the rights of the parish, love of the parish for the ruler, good selection of employees in the state, and the bodies clarified pictures of the rulers of Andalusia during the era of the emirate with Islamic morals which were represented in: their love and adherence to jihad for the sake of Allah, and created them with the fear of Allah in actions and Sayings, and tolerance of those who sinned against them.Then conclusion came that included the most important results of the research.