Commanders Of Muslim Army
ISBN: 9789960897264

Commanders Of Muslim Army

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  • Publisher: Darussalam Publishers
  • Publish Date: June 08th, 1987
  • Genre: Biography
  • Language English
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There was a time when Muslim warriors were the symbol of terror for the enemies of Islam and humanity; though they were also considered as the protectors of righteous, surrenders and aged. Even the women and children of enemies use to feel safe under their canons. This is why Islam spread rapidly on the earth because these leaders were trained by the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him).

This book will tell you about the life stories, moderation, significance, valour, eloquence, faith, steadfastness, sense of justice and winning strategies of more than twenty five (25) brave commanders of Muslims. Who fought for Islam with less soldiers and arms but their strategies made them able to raise their flags against their huge enemies even ten (10) times greater in number than them. These commanders includes:

1) Khalid Bin Waleed
2) Abdur Rahman Bin Auf
3) Zaid Bin Harithah
4) Asim Bin Thaabit
5) Sa'd Bin Abi Waqas and many others

Mahmood Ahmad Ghadanfar the writer of the book has quoted the incidents, Ahadiths and strategies in a thrilling way that motivates the Muslims. As one of them is here for your reference:

Once during the training when the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) asked about the strategy to adopt in the battle, one of his Companion, 'Asim bin Thabit (May Allah be pleased with him) had stood up with his bow in his hand and replied:
"When the enemy is a hundred yards away, we will use our bows and arrows; when the enemy comes closer, we will fight with our spears; when the spears break, we will have a hand to hand combat with our swords."
When the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) heard this, he said:
"Doubtless this was the way to fight a battle. Whoever wishes to take part in a battle should adopt the strategy of 'Asim bin Thabat."