Kish at the Beginning of the Islamic Period and Thereafter

Kish has not been submitted to the Arabs by the year 23 AH. But the islands of the Persian Gulf (including Kish), were on way to attack Arabs in Fars and Kerman, Naturally, before the Arab reaching and invasion of the Gulf state they were attacked

and unfortunately they appointed the wicked rulers. First ruler of the Arabs was a member of Abdullah Qais' tribe, Say the island's name is taken from the name of the first Muslim ruler,Qais, which later became a Kish. Of course, before Islamic period and throughout history, Kish Island had other names in the context of foreign historians. For example, in the second century AD, Kish's name in the writings of Kamynanh historians was Arian Ryanvsya in Greek and finally Venus Island and at the time of Alexander was Mercury Island, Khomeini or the Khen (bilge). But Iranian historians have written its name as Qian, Kais, Gais, Qais and even wrongly Qeshm.

In the first half of the first century AD, that was the time of Iranians' wars and riots and uprisings against Arab in Iran's western and southern cities, Kish involved severe crisis and lost its last business and boom due to such movements.

At Safaris period, especially during Buwayhid (the first Iranian government after the period of Arab domination) that was under their influence their territory with an area of about 5.2 million square kilometers And the seat of the Abbasid Baghdad and as well as the Seljuk sultans period that was the period of prosperity and the promotion of culture, knowledge and flourishing trade, especially the maritime trade. Kish, This jewel of Persian Gulf, again gained its boom. Kish Island reached its real position during the Persian Atabakan and the Seljuk Malik Shah, in the sixth and seventh centuries, with the power that have in politics and statecraft, especially in Fars, Kerman and Persian Gulf. This position was kept more or less after the Mogul invasion of Iran, because of the intelligence of Iranian minister and business continued to progress.