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Khalid first set out for the rebel tribes of Tayy and Jalidawhere Adi ibn Hatim —a prominent companion of Muhammadand a chieftain of the Tayy tribe—arbitrated, and the tribes submitted to the Caliphate. Khalid respectfully greeted Muhammad and took the pledge of allegiance on him. kyalid

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The male line of descent from Khalid is believed to have ended with his grandson, Khalid bin Abdur-Rahman bin Khalid. In youth he was admired as a renowned warrior and wrestler among the Quraysh. As Khalid was the architect of most of the kbalid Muslim military doctrines, [] he was also the pioneer of almost every major tactic that Muslims used during Early Islamic conquests.

Khalid entered lower Mesopotamia with this force. Conquest of Roman Syria. Umar is said to have later regretted this decision. Umar sent detachment of Muslim armies from Iraq to invade Jazira, homeland of the invading Christian Arabs, from three different routes. It is unclear what his intentions were, whether it was a full scale expansion plan or pre-emptive attacks to secure more territory to create a buffer zone between the Islamic state and the powerful Sassanid and Byzantine empires.

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Khalid destroyed the statue as well as the shrine and killed those who resisted. Nevertheless, Malik was accused of rebelling against the state of Medina and charged for entering into an anti-Caliphate alliance with Sajjah, a self-proclaimed prophetess.

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Abu Qatada Ansari, a companion of Muhammad, who accompanied Khalid from Medina was so shocked at Malik’s murder by Khalid that he immediately returned to Medina, and told Abu Bakr that he refused to serve under a commander who had killed a Muslim. In either case he would be dismissed, and Abu Ubaida would take charge of his duties.

The garrison quickly encircled the small Muslim force. Thou art an infidel’s enemy’s now. Archived from the original on 27 September The fortress of Bosra surrendered in mid-Julyeffectively ending the Ghassanid dynasty.

Khalid was threatened by Abu Sufyan ibn Harb with dire consequences, but was restrained by Ikrimah who is reported to have said: But fate had decided otherwise, as when he reached Medina, news of Khalid’s death reached him.

With the devastating defeat at Yarmouk his empire was extremely vulnerable to Muslim invasion. Walid reportedly had many wives and many children from them. After the death of Muhammad, many powerful Arab tribes broke away in open revolt against the rule of Medina.

This is the latest accepted revisionreviewed on 6 December It is been said that on the day of Khalid’s death, Umar cried excessively. Khalid utilized his better understanding of terrain in every possible way to gain strategic superiority over his enemies.

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Abu Ubaidah sent Khalid with his elite mobile guard towards Chalcis. He bypassed Damascus while crossing a mountain pass which is now known as “Sanita-al-Uqab” “the Uqab pass” after the name of Khalid’s army standard. He also avoided the Mesopotamian route because of the presence of Roman garrisons in northern Syria and Hstory.

On his return from Arabia, Khalid received intelligence entailing a concentration of a large Persian army and Christian Arab auxiliaries. Inhe was dismissed from military services. The Muslim forces moved south to a last Byzantine stronghold, Jerusalemwhere many of the Byzantine survivors of the disaster at Yarmouk took shelter.

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The region was closest to the Muslim stronghold of Medina and was the greatest threat to the city. It was composed of highly trained and seasoned soldiers, the majority of whom had been under Khalid’s standard during his Arabian and Persian campaigns. Umar himself marched from Medina ahead of 1, men. Khalid and Allah made them i.