Relations Between the Arab Tribes in Palestine and Transjordan from the Frankish Occupation until the End of the Mamluk Era (583-922 AH / 1087-1516 CE)
Al-Tel, Othman Ismael
Hijji, Shawkat Ramadan
This study investigates the relations between the Arab tribes that inhabited Palestine and TransJordan during the periods of the Frankish (Crusader) occupation of the Levant, the Ayybid State and theMamluk State. The study reveals the role of these tribes in these relations, on the one hand and thedisplacement and mutual movement of the people of these two regions, despite their blood ties, on the otherhand. The importance of this study stems from the fact that its subject has not been thoroughly and clearlydiscussed, to the best knowledge of the author of this paper.
Palestine , Palestine , Crusaders , Arab tribes