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Khalid, gave a pledge of loyalty to the new caliph and continued service as an ordinary commander under Abu Ubaidah. He apparently put more emphasis on annihilating enemy troops, rather than achieving victory by simply defeating them. Two of his armies were routed first at Yaqusa in mid-August and the other at Maraj as-Saffar on 19 August. But fate had decided otherwise, as when he reached Medina, news of Khalid’s death reached him.

At this point Umar is reported to have said: Thus he would skirmish the enemy to death: To isolate Damascus from the rest of the region, Khalid placed the detachments south on the road to Palestine and in north at the Damascus-Emesa route, and several other smaller detachments on routes towards Damascus. A small Muslim Arab army confronts a larger joint force consisting of elements from the Byzantine Empire and allied Christian Arabs.

Khalid ibn al-Walid – Wikipedia

Though he was never active politically, it was rumored that his fame alarmed Umar, who then recalled him from the army. Atlas of the Prophet’s biography: His strategic achievements include the conquest of Arabia during the Ridda WarsPersian Mesopotamia and Roman Syria within several years from to He hiistory able to maintain his heavily outnumbered army of 3, men against an army of 10, of the Byzantine Empire and Ghassanid Arabs.

Umar is said to have later regretted this decision.

Emperor Heraclius had already left Antioch for Edessa before the arrival of the Muslims. A khalie agreement of ten years was concluded between the Muslims and Quraysh of Mecca at the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah in Abu Ubaida was himself an admirer of Khalid and loved him as his younger brother, [] and so said that he was not capable of doing it.


During khalir Persian campaigns, he initially never entered khzlid into Persian territory and always kept the Arabian desert at his rear, allowing his forces to retreat there in case of a defeat.

Since the Muslim forces in Syria were in need of urgent reinforcement, Khalid avoided the conventional route to Syria via Daumat-ul-Jandal because it was a long and would take weeks to reach Syria.

Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi – video dailymotion

Khalid was received by his elder brother Walid bin al-Walid and was first among the three men to enter Islam. However, Umar’s recall of Khalid was largely related to the Muslim population’s belief in Khalid being irreplaceable.

Believing a trap was waiting for them, the Byzantine troops did not pursue. Having little hope of help from emperor, Antioch surrendered hlstory 30 Octoberwith the terms that all Byzantine troops would be given safe passage to Constantinople. During nightfall, Khalid ihstory some columns behind the main army, and the next morning prior to the battle they were instructed to join the Muslim army in small bands, one after the other, giving an impression of a fresh reinforcement, thus lowering the opponent’s morale.

The latter laid siege to Bosra with his army of 4, men. The latter two were captured after the Battle of Qaryatayn and the Battle of Hawarin.

14.Story of Hazrat Khalid ibn al-Walid (Khalid bin Walid). Urdu & Hindi

While the Muslims were occupied at Fahl, Heraclius, sensing the opportunity, quickly pf an army under General Theodras to recapture Damascus. He is also remembered for his decisive victories at YamamahUllaisand Firazand his tactical successes at Walaja and Yarmouk.

Although it is believed that relations between Umar and Khalid, cousins, were always something short of cordial, both of them apparently harboured no ill-will towards each other. May the eyes of the cowards never rest. At Damascus, Thomas, son-in-law of Byzantine Emperor Heracliuswas in charge of the city’s defense.


Following the migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medinamany battles were fought between the new Muslim community at Medina and the confederacy of the Quraysh. As a member of the Makhzum clan, who were amongst the best horsemen in ArabiaKhalid learned to ride and use such weapons as the spearthe lancethe bow and the sword. They arrived at Medina on 31 May and went to the house of Muhammad.

With the Byzantine army shattered and routed, the Muslims quickly recaptured the territory that they conquered prior to Yarmouk. Five massive armies were launched in Syria from different routes in June to recapture it. A year later, inthe Muslims advanced from Medina to conquer Mecca. With the news of Khalid’s arrival, Abu Ubaidah ordered Shurhabil ibn Hasanaone of the four corps commanders, to attack the city of Bosra.

Heraclius had already abandoned all the forts between Antioch and Tartus to create a buffer zone or no man’s land between Muslim controlled areas and main land Anatolia.

Abdulreman ibn Khalid was later to irdu appointed the successor of Caliph Muawiyah but according to ihstory narrations, he was poisoned by Muawiyah, [] because Muawiyah wanted to make his son Yazid I to be his successor.

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.