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Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi – video dailymotion
He also avoided the Mesopotamian route because of the presence of Roman garrisons in northern Syria and Mesopotamia. Recognizing Change on the Battlefield: The Muslim hitory moved to Fahl with Khalid leading the advance guard, only to find the plain being flooded by Byzantines engineers blocking the Jordan River.
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He is noted for his military un and prowess, commanding the forces of Medina under Muhammad and the forces of his immediate successors of the Rashidun Caliphate khalidd, Abu Bakr and Umar ibn Khattab. Khalid’s tombstone depicts a list of over 50 victorious battles that he un without defeat not including small battles. With the devastating defeat at Yarmouk his empire was extremely vulnerable to Muslim invasion.
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: Muslim troops rode entirely on camels and this method became an effective one for the Muslim army. While Khalid was on his walede to attack Qadissiyah, a key fort on the way to Ctesiphon, he received a letter from Abu Bakr and was sent to the Byzantine front in Syria to assume the command of Muslim armies with the intent of conquering Roman Syria.
He Khalid neither slept himself, nor did he let others sleep; nothing could be kept hidden from him. The Roman army was totally annihilated at the Battle of Hazirwhich even forced Umar to praise Khalid’s military genius. Then, after exhausting the enemy units, he would launch his cavalry at their flanks employing Hammer and Anvil tactics.
Defeat at the Battle of Ajnadayn left Syria vulnerable to the Muslim army. In this campaign, Khaled took the Prince hostage and threatened to kill him until the door of the castle was opened.
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A year later, inthe Knalid advanced from Medina to conquer Mecca. This is the latest accepted revisionreviewed on 6 December Ov was sure, taking into consideration your brilliance, your wisdom and foresight that surely one day you would accept Islam as your religion. But it is not people who do; It is Allah who does Walid was known in Mecca by the title of al-Waheed – “the Loner”.
Khalid ibn al-Walid decisively defeats the Persian forces, conquering most of Mesopotamia Iraq from the Persian Empire. Later that year, he participated in the Battle of Hunayn and the Siege of Ta’if. What you have now is far better than what you had in life, for you are now with Allah. 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.
The Byzantines responded to this threat by concentrating their units at Ajnadyn a place in Palestine, probably ealeed from different garrisons.
His tomb is now part of a mosque called Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque. In the third week of DecemberKhalid won a decisive victory against Musaylimah at the Battle of Yamama. He was later transferred to the western front to capture Roman Syria and the Byzantine Arab client state jistory the Ghassanids.
In the event that all three were killed, the men of the expedition were to select a commander from amongst themselves. 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.
The walwed laid siege to Bosra with his army of 4, men.
14.Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi
During his stay in Iraq, Khalid was also installed as military governor of the conquered territory. In he participated in the farewell hajj of Muhammad. Muhammad also sent Khalid on an expedition to Dumatul Jandalto attack the Christian Prince Ukaydir who lived in a castle there. He did this,   killing a woman Muhammad claimed was Al Uzza.
Khalid ibn al-Walid decisively defeats the larger forces of the Byzantine Empire under Heracliusand conquers PalestineJordan and southern Syria from the Byzantine Empire. With the collapse of the rebellion, and Arabia united under the central authority of the caliph at Medina, Abu Bakr decided to expand his empire. Ridda wars and Malik ibn Nuwayrah. Biin would not sheathe what Allah had unsheathed against the disbelievers.
Campaigns of Khalid ibn al-Walid. Farewell, a long farewell to Syria, my fair province. There were two routes towards Syria from Iraq, one was via Daumat-ul-Jandal Now known as Skaka and the other was through Mesopotamia passing through Raqqa. Moreover, Thomas, in order to delay or halt Khalid’s advance and to attain time to prepare for a siege, sent his armies to move forward.
Khalid ibn al-Walid
The Commanders of Muslim Army. Moreover, his biggest achievement was the conversion of Arab tactical doctrine into a strategic system. Khalid selected a rather shorter route to Syria which unconventionally passed through the Syrian Desert.
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. Within less than four years of his dismissal, Khalid died and was buried in in Emesa, where he lived since his dismissal from military services. During his childhood Khalid suffered a mild attack of smallpox, which he survived, but it left some pockmarks on his left cheek.
I have not ot Khalid because of my anger or because of any dishonesty on his part, but because people glorified him and were misled. He was able to maintain his heavily outnumbered army of 3, men against an army of 10, of the Byzantine Empire and Ghassanid Arabs.