Khalid bin walid
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So he suggested that he, along with others, take command by rotation. Nevertheless, at the insistence of the sincerely repenting Khalid. Khalid got the news from Roman prisoners in Northern Syria. At this juncture, the military genius of Khalid ibn AI-Waleed led him to take a band of fighters with him around the hill and attack the Muslim army from the rear, where they least expected their enemy; hence, the loss on the part of the Muslims became a great one. There also appeared imposters who claimed prophet hood like Musaylimah. Camels have the ability to store water in their stomach which in turn could be obtained by slaughtering them when necessary. We are told in Sahih Al-Bukhari that our hero used seven swords that all broke in that battle. He then went to Abu Obaidahh to put himself under his command. Khalid destroyed the statue as well as the shrine and killed those who resisted. The beginning of the war on Muslims to come up with their position archers terkedince, Khalid bin Walid opportunity to evaluate and Muslim armies from the rear with the cavalry in order has stuck. Modern historians consider this battle to have been the key in breaking Byzantine power in Syria. Khalid ibn al-Walid with this movement changed the course of the war and has defeated the Muslims. To Khalid it made no difference whether he was in command or a soldier as long as the was fighting for the sake of Almighty Allah. The first military encounter in which our hero showed his genius was the Battle of Uhud, which he while a polytheist caused to be the worst for Muslims in the early days of Islam. He did this,   killing a woman Muhammad claimed was Al Uzza.
The Battle of Yarmouk is considered to be one of the most decisive battles of history. 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.
The crisis was a great one indeed, and the Muslim community was in the danger of annihilation, without a swift and decisive action on the part of the Caliph.
After Muhammad's death, he played a key role in commanding Medinan forces for Abu Bakr in the Ridda warsthe capture of the Sassanid Arab client Kingdom of Al-Hirahand the defeat of the Sassanid Persian forces during his conquest of the Persian Empire.
During his stay in Iraq, Khalid was also installed as military governor of the conquered territory. So he suggested that he, along with others, take command by rotation.
They said 'Saba'na, Saba'na' we became Sabiansso Khalid took them prisoners and began executing some of them, due to past enmity, before being stopped by Abdur Rahman bin Awf. He wrote to Emperor Heraclius, who was at Emesa that time, for reinforcement.
He planned to isolate the Muslim corps from each other, and separately encircle and destroy the Muslim armies.
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