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Caliph Omar Mohammed had died in 632 leaving no successor, a situation which led to immediate strife and a split in the nascent Muslim world.
The candidates for caliph were two: 1) his cousin Ali, who married Mohammed's daughter Fatima; and 2) his first convert and father-in-law, Abu Bakr.
267): (Another great rabbinic scholar in Babylon was Rav Ashi, the editor-in-chief of the Babylonian Talmud in the early 5th century.) These rabbis, as we explained in Part 39, are known in Jewish scholarship as Amoraim, "explainers" or "interpreters." The Amoraim lived from about 200 CE to about 500 CE.(1) They were followed by the Gaonim, the "great ones" or "geniuses." The Gaonim were the heads of the yeshivas in a time when Jewish scholarship thrived in Babylon. Things began to worsen for the Jewish Babylonian community in the middle of the 5th century when the Persian priests, fighting against encroaching Christian missionaries, unleashed anti-Christian persecutions and included Jews in the mayhem. 277): Things went from bad to worse ― with the Reish Gelusa executed at one point ― as Babylonia became embroiled in civil war and as the Byzantines continued their encroachments.
In the midst of this chaos, the Moslem conquest of the Middle East in the 7th century brought unexpected benefits to the Jewish community in Babylon.
The Resh Galusa was a person who was a direct descendant of the House of King David.