Abu Bakr The Ridda Wars
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- June 10, 2010 Chapter 7 Where is Allah and his Muhammad
- Jun 13, 2007 During the months of the Ridda wars, Abu Bakr's efforts to restore the apostates to Islam was impacted by an unintended occurrence.
- THE PEOPLE OF AL-AYYAM IN THE ARAB CONQUEST OF IRAQ
- influential leader, Khalid fought the apostates (ahl a/-ridda) with minimum instruc- tions from the Caliph Abu Bakr.
- The Coming of Islam and the Islamic Period in the UAE
- with a major battle in the Early Islamic Ridda wars of the Caliphate of Abu Bakr is located close to Dibba (Hellyer 1990: pp 48–49; Hellyer 1998: p 127).
- Hadhrat Abu Bakr As-Siddiq (ra) The Great Lover of Allah (s.w.t)
- Mar 4, 2008 'Love of Abu Bakr (ra) and gratitude to him are a duty on everyone ... on the issue of their refusal to pay Zakah (known as the al-Ridda wars).
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- Ridda wars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In the fourth week of August 632, Abu Bakr moved to Zhu Qissa with all available fighting forces.
- Revision:Abu Bakr and Ridda wars - The Student Room
- Revision:Abu Bakr and Ridda wars Abu Bakr triumph along with friendly with Muhammad, very devote given whole fortune to state treasury.
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