3 Comments

  1. Caawiye Member

    Cumar bin Khadaab RC wuxuu ahaa saxaabi Nebi Muxamed NNKH iyo khaliifkii labaad ee dawladii Islaamka, wuxuuna xilka hayey intii u dhaxaysay 634 ilaa 644 miilaadiyada. Waxa uu ku dhashay Maka ee Jasiiradda Carabta ku dhawaad ​​586 CE, wuxuuna saaxiib dhow la ahaa Nebi Muxamed NNKH. Waxa uu qaatay diinta Islaamka sannadkii 616-kii, waxaanu noqday mid ka mid ah dadka ugu caansan iyo ixtiraamka badan taariikhda Islaamka.

    Markii uu khaliif ahaa, Cumar waxa uu boqortooyadii Islaamka ku balaadhiyey qabsashadii militariga, oo ay ku jireen jabinta boqortooyooyinkii Faaris iyo Bizantine. Waxa kale oo lagu tiriyaa inuu soo bandhigay dib-u-habayn badan oo maamul iyo hay’ado, sida Diwan, oo ah xafiis maaliyadeed oo ka caawiyay habaynta iyo xakamaynta maaliyadda dawladda. Muddadii uu xukunka hayey, Cumar waxa kale oo uu dejiyey dhaqamo iyo dhaqamo badan oo Islaami ah oo muhiim ah, sida kalandarka Islaamka iyo ururinta Qur’aanka.

    Cumar bin Khadaab waxaa lagu tiriyaa mid ka mid ah hoggaamiyayaashii ugu saameynta iyo cadaaladda badnaa taariikhda Islaamka, waxaana wali jirta in dhaxalkii uu ka tagay Muslimiin badan ay maanta xushmeeyaan kagana daydaan.

  2. Caawiye Member

    Omar bin Khattab (or Umar ibn Al-Khattab) was a companion of the Prophet Muhammad and the second caliph of the Islamic state, serving from 634 to 644 CE. He was born in Mecca in the Arabian Peninsula in approximately 586 CE, and was a close friend of the Prophet Muhammad even before Islam. He converted to Islam in 616 CE and became one of the most prominent and respected figures in early Islamic history.

    As caliph, Umar expanded the Islamic empire through military conquests, including the defeat of the Persian and Byzantine empires. He is also credited with introducing many administrative reforms and institutions, such as the Diwan, a financial bureau that helped organize and control state finances. During his rule, Umar also established many important Islamic practices and traditions, such as the Islamic calendar and the compilation of the Quran.

    Umar bin Khattab is considered one of the most influential and just leaders in Islamic history, and his legacy continues to be revered by many Muslims today.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *