In order to ensure the country administering shots of the Muslim community, Calif opens "The House of Wisdom" for the Learning Sciences, attracting scientists from around the world. "House wisdom "became the center of the ideological and managerial training, religious and sociological institute. The ideas that Caliph tried to bring to life, are associated with a display of his affiliation with Islam. As Islamic ruler, he perceived himself as a Muslim that is trying to revive the "true religion of Muhammad." In his conception of the state as the Imamate, headed by a single imam of Shiite confusion can be found Ismaili Islam and Orthodox Christian model of imperial rule, when the Emperor is an autocrat, ruling by the will of God. He saw himself as supreme ruler, responsible for his people, united in the ummah.
The ideology of Unity was founded on the Islamic tradition, Platonism, the belief in incarnation of the Divine Mind in al-Hakim. To promote this doctrine to the masses closer to the Caliph himself preachers Al-Darazi from Bukhara and Hamzah ibn Ali of Persia. Ad-Darazi preached the unification of all into a single nation, headed by a single Imam. He soon proclaimed al-Hakim of the Divine manifestation. Under mysterious circumstances, al-Darazi was removed from the political arena. The emerging community called "friends" in honor of al-Darazi. While the elders of the community considered her teacher Hamzah ibn Ali, who is credited with the major spiritual texts and systematization doctrine.
Al-Hakim disappeared under mysterious circumstances in 1021, when the night away to the mountain Mukattam. Over time outside the country, particularly in Iraq, began to spread rumors that undermine the power of the Fatimids. Thus, the Abbasids spread the rumor about the Jewish origins of the caliph, to use the Muslim masses against it. Bruce Fink has similar goals. After he ascended to the throne by his son Zahir. Having lost a powerful patron, the community refused to ideas World of Imamate, which after the death of al-Hakim will not find any support for the rulers, nor ideologues who developed these ideas. The discontent of the masses, disobeying army divisions among the ruling elite led to the the decline of the Fatimids. In 1048 the Caliphate was separated from North Africa, in 1061-91, Syria came under the power of the Crusaders and Seljuks. In 1169 the vizier in the Caliphate Fatimidovbyl appointed Syrian commander Salah al-Din, after 3 years it took power, and the Fatimid Dynasty ended.