The history of Central Asia in the seventh century AH / thirteenth century AD was associated with a Mongolian figure known as Temujin (Genghis Khan), who was able in a short time to unify all the tribes of Mongolia and the stiffs under his authority, and then he was able to control the vast lands of northern China and Turkestan, then overthrew the Khwarezmid state that The rule of vast lands from Transoxania and Khorasan to the outskirts of the city of Iraq, thus terrifying the Abbasid Caliphate, which was going through a period of weakness, and the rulers and kings of Europe, headed by the Pope, rushed to send successive embassies to Temujin (Genghis Khan) to form an alliance with him in order to strike the Muslims, but without Feasibility, the latter did not believe in bipolarity, as he considered himself the only ruler of the world, and he asked the ambassadors either to subordinate to him or to declare war and subjugate Europe by the sword.
The article tries to study the historical texts that dealt with the crystallization of the idea of Genghis Khan's control over the world, and he gave this idea a religious sanctity according to which destructive wars were waged against anyone who does not believe in it, and the article tries to follow the historical accounts that touched on the character of Genghis Khan, which sparked widespread controversy in the history of Asia. Central. How was he able to unify the Mongolian tribes and came to power? Where did he come up with the theory of divine mandate and the attempt to rule the world? Is it from the Chinese civilization or from the Turks and Russians? How did he embody his idea on the ground?.
Keywords: Timogen, Genghis Khan, Mongols, Rule the World, Divine Mandate.