As a result, few descendants of Rashed Khan were left in the khanate, the khan family was very much weakened, and the Imi forces strengthened^. Even Ahmed Khan himself was finally killed in a plot. His successor, Abdul Latuif had to deal with even more serious domestic and foreign troubles in his 12 years of reign. The rebellion of the east remained there, which was complicated further by the involvement of the Kazakh and Oyrat Mongols. Within the ruling class, Imis were at each other’s throat for the grip on the power. With the development of the Islamic forces, the internal conflicts of the Islam religion and secular politics increasingly affected one another. After Abdul Latuif there were several short-lived khans, and the power of the khan got further eclipsed.
In 1045 of Muslim Calendar (1635 AD), Abdul Rahman from the rebellious eastern family of the khanate cashed in on the internal conflicts of the Yarkand ruling class and entered the Yarkand City with a big army and reunified the khanate with the support of Islamic Hoja forces and some Imis. Abdul Rahman Khan was seen as the most accomplished ruler in the latter half of the Yarkand Khanate. Upon getting in power, he sent his brothers to various parts of the khanate for defence purpose and exiled to India a number of nobles and senior ministers from the previous dynasty. He also executed hundreds of people in the two strategic points of the khanate, Yarkand and Kashgar, including some religious figures, even the Major Imam of Yarkand who used to support him when he tried to get the power. Abdul Rahman Khan sent troops to fight back the invasion of the emerging Oyrat Mongols, assaulted the Kirgiz and went on a west expedition to Ferghana. He continued his father’s policy of friendship with the Ming Dynasty and sent envoy as a token of goodwill after the Qing Dynasty began its rule in Beijing. However, like all other autocratic monarchs, Abdul Rahman Khan trusted neither his kinsmen nor the ministers. He continued to cultivate new elites to replace the old ones, therefore, his ministers were always plotting against him In the meantime Shanghai china tourismus, he supported the Hoja forces of the Karataglik Sect (or blackcaps) within the khanate, particularly Hoja Shadi, which made the oppressed Muslim population turn to the Aktaglik Sect (or whitecaps), making the domestic situation in the Yarkand Khanate even more complexå.Abdul Rahman’s eldest son, Yolebars Sultan^ who was stationed at Kashgar, was ambitious since long time ago.