Islâmic conquest of Syria
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Islâmic conquest of Syria a translation of Futûh̲ushâm : the inspiring history of the S̲ah̲abâh"s [also in Arabic] conquest of Syria as narrated by the great historian of Islâm by Muḥammad ibn К»Umar WДЃqidД«

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Published by Ta-Ha in London .
Written in English


  • Islamic Empire -- History -- 622-661 -- Early works to 1800,
  • Syria -- History -- 634-750 -- Early works to 1800,
  • Islamic Empire -- History -- 661-750 -- Early works to 1800

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Translated from the Arabic

Other titlesFutuhusham
Statemental-Imâm al-Wâqidî ; translated by Mawlânâ Sulaymân al-Kindî
GenreEarly works to 1800
LC ClassificationsDS97 .W3713 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 584 p. :
Number of Pages584
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19249723M
ISBN 101842000675

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  The Islâmic conquest of Syria: a translation of Futûḥushâm: the inspiring history of the Ṣaḥâbah's [also in arabic] conquest of Syria as narrated by the great historian of Islâm フォーマット: 図書 責任表示: al-Imâm al-Wâqidî ; translated by Mawlânâ Sulaymân Abstract. This article examines the different versions of the Treaty which Khālid b. al-Wālid granted to the people of Damascus and notes the variations and te = History of the conquest of Egypt, North Africa and Spain, tr. Charles Cutler Torrey (Yale Uni. Press ). Futūḥ al-Shām by al-Wāqidī ≠ Islâmic Conquest of Syria, tr. Sulaymân al-Kindî, Ta-Ha Publishers, n.d. This is a shoddy piece of pseudo-scholarship: do not consult   In Islâm, the functions of the Holy Book as an oral text have predominated over its functions as a written or even a printed one. For countless millions of Muslims over more than fourteen centuries of Islâmic history, ‘scripture’, al-kitab has been a book learned, read and passed on by vocal repetition and memorisation. The written Qur

  Egypt and Syria: Persian & Central Asia: Afghanistan & Northern India: 1: Hijra: Death of the Prophet (saaw) Earliest Muslim invasion in the Sind. Khulafah ur Rashideen RISE OF UMMAYAD DYNASTY. Battle of Karbala: Dome of the Rock: Great Mosque of Damascus: Muslim Conquest of Spain: UMMAYAD DYNASTY. RISE OF ABBASID DYNASTY   Conquest of Constantinople. Islamic Legacy is a project that aims to take Muslims on a journey through time, studying the history of Muslims, including the People of the book (Jews and Christians), from an Islamic as well as a contemporary point of view. Islamic Legacy relies primarily on the most authoritative texts on Islamic :// A book so sub-animal in its every thought and call to action, that it has ‘inspired’ the vicious murder of over ,, people, murder by butchery and torment. A book so vile and filthy, that it is the source of the only ‘religion’ that embraces and celebrates rape, slavery, theft, and everything else ://   He later became the Muslim sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Palestine, founder of the Ayyubid dynasty, and one of the most famous of Muslim heroes. In wars against the Christian crusaders, he achieved final success with the disciplined capture of Jerusalem (Oct. 2, ), ending its year occupation by the ://

  Al-Waqidi, The Islâmic conquest of Syria, Ta-Ha, , ISBN Al-Tabari, Tarjumah-i Tarikh-i Tabari, Teheran Bunyad-i Farhang-i Iran, Mango, Cyril, The Oxford history of Byzantium, Oxford University Press, , ISBN Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) guided people to monotheism and he is the seal of the prophets. Allah supported him by a lot of supernatural miracles. Rezension über Hamid Haji: Founding the Fatimid State: The Rise of an Early Islamic Empire. An annotated English translation of al-Qaḍī al-Nu'mān's Iftitāḫ al-Da'wa (= Ismaili Texts and Translations Series; 6), London / New York: , XVII + S., ISBN ,   It was the traditional duty of Islâmic rulers to extend the House of ʾIslâm into the House of War; and accusations of complacency or laxness could result in changes of regime, as when the Almohads replaced and Almoravids in North Africa.. This expansion of the Dâru-lʾIslâm was the Jihâd,, the Holy e who does the Jihâd is a Mujâhid, (pl. Mujâhidûn,).