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What does AS stand for?

AS stands for al Saydawi


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At al-Qadisiyya, al-Hasin Ibn Namir al-Tamimi arrested Qays Ibn Mishir al-Saydawi, al-Husain's messenger to the people of Kufa. Al-Hasin had been ordered by Ibn Ziyad to station cavaliers to guard the area between Khafan and Qaqaana [40]. When he wanted to search the messenger, the latter took the letter out and shredded it. He was brought to Ibn Ziyad who asked him why he had shredded the letter. He told Ibn Ziyad that he did so in order that they would not know what it contained.
The maqam entered musical vocabulary sometime in the middle of the eleventh century AD, thanks to the Syrian theorist, Shams al-Din al-Saydawi al-Dhahabi (Kanz al-tarab wa-ghayat al-arab fi madh sayyid al-‘ajam wa-l-‘arab, the treasure of musical emotion by the recitation of praise to the Lord of the Arabs and Foreigners). The long poem written by this theorist has a curious system of notation of ranges, probably inspired by the presence of numerous Crusades in Palestine and the invention of Guy of Arezzo (11th century).
289-393, Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Singari, Bada'at al-Mugud fil-Khatt wa-Usulihi: pp. 395-409, 'Abdallah b. 'Ali al-Hiti, al-'Umda fil-Khatt wal-Qalam: pp. 411-433, 'Abd al-Qadir al-Saydawi, Waddahat al-Usul fil-Khatt: pp. 435-462, Salih al-Sa'di al-Mawsili, Urguza fil 'Ilm Rasm al-Khatt [Nazm wa-Sharh]: pp. 463-509, Abu al-'Abbas Ahmad b. Muhammad al-Rifa'i al-Qastali, Nazm La'ali al-Simt fi-Husn Taqwim Badi' al-Khatt: pp.
s. ) on the 10th of Ramzan. In another couple of days, 53 petitions and letters were sent to Imam Hussain(a. s. ) by different people through special emissaries including Qais ibne Musheer as-Saydawi, Abdur Rehman bin Abdullah bin Kadan and Ammara bin Abaid Salobi. These were followed up by hundreds of other letters and many special emissaries from the people of Kufa to Imam Hussain(a.
In this letter they wrote: ?We invite you to come to Kufa as we have no Imaam to guide us. Through you Allah will unite us on the path of truth. ? A messenger took the letter to Mecca and gave it to Imaam Husayn. A few days later the people of Kufa sent an emissary, a special messenger, to Imaam to persuade him to go to Kufa. His name was Qais ibn Musheer as-Saydawi. There followed hundreds of other letters and many special emissaries from the people of Kufa to Imaam Husayn.