Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed R.A

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Muhammad Ali Jinnah University Islamabad Pakistan

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Topic : Hazrat Khalid Bin Waleed (R.A) :

PRESENTED BY : Raza Asif (BB111025) Ayaz khan Topic : Hazrat Khalid Bin Waleed (R.A)

What we will discuss?:

Introduction Khalid bin Waleed -The Sword of Allah Muhammad (SAW) era Abu Bakar (RA) era Death Legacy What we will discuss?

Introduction:

A great warrior of Islam Early life 1. Born around c. 592 in Mecca 2. Khalid and Umar the second Caliph were cousins. Introduction

Khalid bin Waleed-The Sword of Allah:

Last words "I die even as a camel dies. I die in bed, in shame. May the eyes of cowards never find rest in sleep!" Khalid bin waleed against Syrians in battle. Noted for his military tactics and prowess Khalid bin Waleed -The Sword of Allah

Muhammad (SAW) era:

It has been recorded that Muhammad (S A W) told Khalid's brother, Walid bin Walid , that: " A man like Khalid, can't keep himself away from Islam for long" . Military campaigns as commander 1. Khalid ibn al- Waleed was sent to destroy the Idol Goddess al- Uzza . 2. Was also sent to invite the Banu Jadhimah tribe to Islam. Muhammad (SAW) era

Abu Bakar (RA) era:

Conquest of Arabia 1. Khalid was one of Abu Bakr’s main advisers Invasion of Persian Empire 1. Khalid was sent to the Persian Empire with an army consisting of 18,000 volunteers to conquer the richest province of the Persian empire. 2. Won four consecutive battles: the Battle of Chains, Battle of River, the Battle of Walaja , and Battle of Ullais . 3. Khalid received intelligence entailing a concentration of a large Persian army and Christian Arab auxiliaries. These forces were based in four different camps in the Euphrates region at Hanafiz , Zumail , Saniyy and the largest being at Muzayyah . Abu Bakar (RA) era

Abu Bakar (RA) era:

Invasion of Eastern Roman Empire Abu Bakar (RA) era

Death:

Within less than four years of his dismissal, Khalid died and was buried in 642 in Emesa , where he lived since his dismissal from military services. His tomb is now part of a mosque called Khalid ibn al- Waleed Mosque. Hazart Khalid bin Walid said to his wife I fought in so many battles seeking martyrdom that there is no place in my body but have a stabbing scar by a spear, a sword or a dagger, and yet here I am, dying on my bed like an old camel dies. May the eyes of the cowards never sleep? Death

Legacy:

Military 1. Khalid was the architect of most of the early Muslim military doctrines; he was pioneer of almost every major tactic that Muslims used during Early Islamic conquest. Political Khalid also remained military Governor of Iraq from 632–633 and Governor of Chalcis, the most strategic cantonment in Northern Syria. Though he was never active politically but his fame alarmed Umar , who then recalled him from army. 1. once Umar was sitting with his companions, someone recalled Khalid, Umar reportedly said: "By God, he was Islam's shield against the enemies, his heart was pure from every animosity". Legacy

Legacy:

Religious standing Khalid ibn Walid was a Sahabi , a fact which makes him a very respectable figure among the Sunni Muslims. Shia Muslims, however have a negative view of Khalid. According to Shia Muslims, Khalid helped Abu Bakr in suppressing the supporters of their Imam Ali. Who, according to them, was appointed by Prophet Muhammad as his political successor. Legacy

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