The Ismaili Shi'ite faith controls Jerusalem. Building a Fatimid hospital and science collage. Extensive renovation work in al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock, particularly after the earthquakes that hit the city in 1016 and 1033. The Caliph al-Hakim ordered the partial demolition of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in 1009, and later on, its reconstruction. Traders from the Italian region of Amalfi established a trade and services center in Jerusalem. The Fatimids restored the city walls. Jerusalem was subject to attacks by the Qaramitians and the Banu Jarrah princes of Ramleh.
The Fatimid State