HISTORY OF KHALID BIN WALEED IN URDU PDF

HISTORY OF KHALID BIN WALEED IN URDU PDF

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Khalid, gave a pledge of loyalty to the new caliph and continued service as an ordinary commander under Abu Ubaidah.

His strategic achievements include the conquest of Arabia during the Ridda WarsPersian Mesopotamia and Roman Syria within several years from to The region was secured after the Battle of Zafar in October with the defeat of a tribal wapeed, Salma. Umar bid his last farewell to Khalid in which he said:.

Abu Ubaidah soon joined Khalid at the virtually impregnable fort of Chalcis, which surrendered in June Farewell, a long farewell to Syria, my fair province. Upon hearing Malik’s response: Archived from the original on 11 June A small Muslim army under Khalid ibn al-Walid lay siege to the city of Bosra, decisively defeating a larger army of Byzantines and Christian Arabs.

You must understand, O Khalid, that when the Messenger of Allah Muhammadon whom be the blessings of Allah and peace, named you Sword of Allahhe predetermined that you would not fall in battle.

With Emesa already in hand, Abu Ubaidah and Khalid moved towards Chalcis, which was strategically the most significant fort of Byzantines. They said ‘Saba’na, Saba’na’ we became Sabiansso Khalid took them prisoners and began executing some of them, due to past enmity, before being stopped by Abdur Rahman bin Awf.

With this strategic victory, the territory north of Chalcis lay open to the Muslims. In September C. In the third century A. Khalid selected a rather shorter route to Syria which unconventionally passed through the Syrian Desert.

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Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi – video dailymotion

Khalid’s tombstone depicts a list of over 50 victorious battles that he commanded without defeat not including small battles. Only the names of his following children are recorded in history. Since the Muslim forces in Syria were in need of urgent reinforcement, Khalid avoided the conventional route to Syria via Daumat-ul-Jandal because it was a long and would take weeks to reach Syria.

The Battle of Maraj-al-Debaj being no exception, where once again his highly mobile army maneuvered around a Byzantine army, appearing from four directions and opening several fronts at a time, a maneuver which later in 13th century became one of the Mongol armies’ principal maneuvers.

Entire troops of Khalid would ride on camels while on march, whereas the Mongols used horseswith the difference that the Arabs did not make use of mounted archers.

14.Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi

Khalid turned those skirmishing tactics into something that could be used anywhere. Khalid and his elder brother Hasham ibn Walid went to Medina to ransom Walid, but soon after he was ransomed, Walid, amidst the journey back to Mecca, escaped and went back to Wzleed and converted to Islam.

According to hadiths considered Sahih by Sunni Muslims, he was first referred to as “a Sword amongst the Swords of Allah” by Muhammad while he was describing the Battle of Mu’tah. Having remained undefeatedhe is claimed by some to be one of the finest military generals awleed history.

An example of Khalid’s strategic maneuverability was his advance into Roman Syria. The Arabs soldiers were far more lightly armored then their Roman and Persian contemporaries, which made them vulnerable in close combat at set-piece battles and to missile fire of enemy archers.

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During nightfall, Khalid sent some columns behind the main army, and the next morning prior to the battle they were khaid to join the Muslim army in small bands, one after the other, giving an impression nistory a fresh reinforcement, thus lowering the opponent’s morale.

Khalid ibn al-Walid

Khalid avoided a pitched battle with a large united Persian force and decided to attack and destroy each of the camps in a separate night attacks from three sides.

The expedition to Anatolia and Armenia marked the end of the military career of Khalid. And yet here I am, dying on my bed like an old camel.

Umar is said to have later regretted this decision. These were highly trained and skilled swordsmen, whom Khalid utilized effectively to slay as many enemy officers as possible, giving a psychological blow to enemy bjn.

Caliph Abu Bakr said. The Muslim forces moved south to a last Byzantine stronghold, Jerusalemwhere many of uistory Byzantine survivors of the disaster at Yarmouk took shelter.

The possible route of any Muslim reinforcement was expected to be the conventional Syria-Arabia road in the south, but Khalid, who was then in Iraq, took the most unexpected route: Abu Ubaidah sent Khalid northwards, while he marched south and captured Lazkia, Jabla, Tartus and urfu coastal areas west of Anti-Lebanon mountains. The Roman army was totally annihilated at the Battle of Hazirwhich even forced Umar to praise Khalid’s military genius.