International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Special Issue 12, Part A (2019)
انجلترا والدولة السعدية في المغرب الأقصى جوانب من تاريخ العلاقات بين الطرفين (1554-1659)
The study deals with an important stage in the history of Al-Aqsa Morocco, that witnessed the extension of the influence of the Ottoman Empire to the states of North African in the sixteenth century and its attempts to subjugate Al-Aqsa Morocco to its power. On the other hand, Spain allied with Portugal against Al-Aqsa Morocco was waging its crusades in North Africa to follow Muslims Who left Andalus to escape the killing and persecution of the inquisition against them. In the face of these two great and conflicting powers in the Mediterranean basin, the sultans of Al-Aqsa Morocco needed a strong ally who could help them overcome this critical and dangerous stage. For this reason Moroccans welcomed the initiative of the British to establish trade relations with them since the middle of the sixteenth century. These relations developed into military cooperation whereby the rulers of Al-Aqsa Morocco received military assistance that helped them protect themselves against their enemies. At the same time, the sultans of Morocco used this relationship to balance the pressure of the Spaniards and the Ottomans on them. The relations between the British and the Moroccans become strained from time to time because of the problem of the prisoners on the one hand and the maritime jihad practiced by the Moroccans on the other, as well as other problems that will be revealed in the research
How to cite this article:
أ. م. د. اياد تركان ابراهيم. انجلترا والدولة السعدية في المغرب الأقصى جوانب من تاريخ العلاقات بين الطرفين (1554-1659). Int J Appl Res 2019;5(12S):04-13.