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With this strategic victory, the territory north of Chalcis lay open to the Muslims. Guillaume, Oxfordpp.

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

In either case he would be dismissed, and Abu Ubaida would take charge of his duties. Persian Historian Al-Tabari walesd. Then Muhammad very affectionally told to Khalid:. Thou art an infidel’s enemy’s now. Archived from the original on 27 September To gain time for the preparations of the defense of the rest of his empire, Heraclius needed the Muslims occupied in Syria.

The three leading clans of Quraysh at that time were Banu HashimBanu Abd ad-Dar and Banu Makhzum, the latter clan being responsible for the matters of warfare.

He did this, [27] [28] killing a woman Muhammad claimed was Al Uzza. The Byzantines responded to this threat by concentrating their units at Ajnadyn a place in Palestine, probably al-Lajjun from different garrisons.

I feared that people would rely on him. Not much is known about Khalid during the early days of the preaching of Muhammad. One of Khalid’s major achievements in this context was utilizing the individual skills of Arab Bedouin warriors to a larger scale. Khalid’s elite light cavalrythe Mobile guardacted as the core of the Muslim cavalry during the invasion of Syria. Hlstory is said that on his Battle in Hunayn, he suffered grievous and deep wounds. While the Muslims were occupied at Fahl, Heraclius, sensing the opportunity, quickly sent an army under General Theodras to recapture Damascus.


Moreover, his biggest achievement was the conversion of Arab tactical doctrine into a strategic system. Sulaiman, Khalid’s eldest son, was killed during the Muslim conquest of Egypt[] although urud sources claim he was slain during the Muslim siege of Diyarbakir in Khalid ibn Al-Walid reported that the fighting was so intense, that while fighting, he broke nine swords in the battle.

Some officers of his army—including Abu Qatadah—believed that Khalid killed Malik to take his wife. Malik avoided direct contact with Khalid’s army lhalid ordered his followers to scatter, and he and his family apparently moved away across the desert.

Khalid ibn al-Walid

However, Umar’s recall of Khalid was largely related to the Muslim population’s belief in Khalid waleedd irreplaceable. At this point Khalid and his mobile guard came out of Emesa and devastated krdu army, attacking them from rear. Tulaiha’s power was crushed after his remaining followers were defeated at the Battle of Ghamra.

They could charge at an incredible speed hazratt would usually employ a common tactic of Kar wa far literary meaning “engage-disengage”, or in modern term: For instance his employment of the double envelopment maneuver against the numerically superior Persian army at the Battle of Walaja[] and his maneuver at the Battle of Yarmouk where he virtually trapped khaliv Byzantine army between three steep ravines by stealthily capturing their only escape route, a bridge, at their rear.


Amr ibn al-Aasone of the four corps commander, suggested that Khalid should be sent as caliph, because of his very strong resemblance with Caliph Umar. Having remained undefeatedhe is claimed by some to be one of the finest military generals in history. A small Muslim Arab army confronts a larger joint force consisting of elements from the Byzantine Empire waleedd allied Christian Arabs.

Following the migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medinamany battles were fought between the new Muslim community at Medina and the confederacy of the Quraysh. Khalid decided to capture Damascus, the Byzantine stronghold. However, the peace treaties were on Heraclius’ instructions to lull the Muslims and to secure time for preparation of defenses of Northern Syria.

Umar bid his last farewell to Khalid in which he said:.

He Khalid neither slept himself, nor did he let others sleep; nothing could be kept hidden from him. The inhabitants were given peace on the terms of annual payment of jizya tribute and agreed to provide intelligence for Muslims. Daleed got the news from Roman prisoners in Northern Syria. This page was last edited on 6 Decemberat Men Aroud The Messenger.

He bni believed to have developed them into an almost regular unit called Mubarizun “champions”who would issue personal challenges to the enemy officers. Khalid then crushed the most powerful threat to the nascent Islamic state of Medina: