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The capture of Egypt in 358 (After Hijrah) was accomplished as a result of the leadership of Al-Moez al-Din ol-Allah, the forth Fatemite imam/caliph, and the attempts made by his loyal commander, Johar Seghly. After the Fatemite center of power was moved from Morocco to Egypt, and after the establishment of scientific and religious foundations in order to propagate the religion of Ismalite, this religion was recognized and under the political and religious authority of the Fatemite caliphate over Egypt and the areas under their rule, it spread out.
The longevity of the Fatemite caliphate and the constancy of their political and military rule, closely related with the recognition of the Ismailite religion, brings about this question that what impacts the Ismailite religion recognition has had on the Fatemites' power strcture.
In this article it has been tried to deal, both theoretically and practically, with the political, social and cultural impacts of the Ismailite religion, and the consequences of its recognition in Egypt.