Adal Sultanate

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The Adal Sultanate or the Kingdom of Adal (, Ge'ez: አዳል ʾAdāl, Arabic: عدل) (c. 1415 - 1555) was a medieval multi-ethnic muslim state located in the Horn of Africa that had relations and trade with countries in Africa, the Near East, Europe and Asia. Many of the historic cities in the Horn of Africa such as Maduna, Abasa, Berbera, Zeila and Harar flourished with courtyard houses, mosques, shrines, walled enclosure, and cisterns during the kingdom's Golden Age.

After the death of Sa'ad ad-Din II, it succeeded the Kingdom of Ifat, and Adalite armies under the leadership of illustrative rulers such as Sabr ad-Din II, Mansur ad-Din, Jamal ad-Din II, Shams ad-Din and general Mahfuz continued the struggle against the Solomonic Christian Empire.

At the turn of the 16th century, Adal...
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