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The Political Legacy of Umar The Great : Seraj Ahmad Misbahi, Volume 1: Seraj Ahmad Misbahi

By Misbahi, Seraj, Ahmad

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Title: The Political Legacy of Umar The Great : Seraj Ahmad Misbahi, Volume 1: Seraj Ahmad Misbahi  
Author: Misbahi, Seraj, Ahmad
Volume: Volume 1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Politics, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
2020
Publisher: Alhasanath Center
Member Page: Seraj Ahmad Misbahi

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Foreword Reasons to Write on This Topic: The Political Legacy of Umar The Great 1 - To raise the awareness of distinguished pioneer scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat in India toward taking advanced initiatives to participate in politics and judiciary and the executive body of the Indian government to safeguard their shared rights and secure the future of generations to come. 2. After close observing the current conditions in India in term of the proportion of Muslims within the framework of the controlling authorities, law making and commercial business, changes and modifications must be ensured in the curricula of Islamic schools (Madaris) with keeping core syllabus as it is, so that their talents and abilities can be diversified for multipurpose expectations in order to make them stable and established. Because when they get established, the religion they follow will be consequently established. 3 – Through the changes in the main stream of madaris system, it is dire need of the current time to make the parents more responsible. 4 – Reinforcement of the sectional decree of the Hanafi jurisprudence “"من لم يعرف بأحوال زمانه فلا يصلح أن يكون إماما "who did not know the surrounding conditions and situations of his time, (whether it is religious, political, or social) is not fit to be an imam" on this step, multispectral transformation must be ensured among Ulma (Madrsa graduates). 5. In my opinion as it is proved by hundreds of demanding occasions, Muslim empowerment in governing authorities has more importance than the Nafilah Islamic practices that we are addicted with on several occasions. 6. To feed young adolescent generations with motivational aspirations and resolute commitment to reach new horizons, whether in religious approach, political hegemony, medical knowledge, science and technology or commerce and trade. (As we Ulma are supposed to lead the Ummah to multidimensional upward not only religion hence we all consider Islam as a complete code of life not a bunch of some religious obligations. 7 – To address the fabrications and misinterpretations against hazrat Omar (May Allah be pleased with him) by oreintalists through electronic media and several websites and specially a huge storm of allegations by Shiite groups via internet. 8 - The dire quest to find out the hidden truth Why Islam spread in the era of Caliph Omar in all three continents of the world; Asia, Europe and Africa (in his period of caliphate, only three continents were on the global map). Was it only by Dua and karamat as it seems first in our mindset whenever we look back at the Islamic history? Or behind this, was a strategic theme, stable governance system, confrontational stamina, synergetic think power or so called think tank along with the strong belief in oneness of God. Seraj Ahmad Misbahi Ph.D. JMI, New Delhi

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Foreword Reasons to Write on This Topic: The Political Legacy of Umar The Great 1 - To raise the awareness of distinguished pioneer scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat in India toward taking advanced initiatives to participate in politics and judiciary and the executive body of the Indian government to safeguard their shared rights and secure the future of generations to come. 2. After close observing the current conditions in India in term of the proportion of Muslims within the framework of the controlling authorities, law making and commercial business, changes and modifications must be ensured in the curricula of Islamic schools (Madaris) with keeping core syllabus as it is, so that their talents and abilities can be diversified for multipurpose expectations in order to make them stable and established. Because when they get established, the religion they follow will be consequently established. 3 – Through the changes in the main stream of madaris system, it is dire need of the current time to make the parents more responsible. 4 – Reinforcement of the sectional decree of the Hanafi jurisprudence “"من لم يعرف بأحوال زمانه فلا يصلح أن يكون إماما "who did not know the surrounding conditions and situations of his time, (whether it is religious, political, or social) is not fit to be an imam" on this step, multispectral transformation must be ensured among Ulma (Madrsa graduates). 5. In my opinion as it is proved by hundreds of demanding occasions, Muslim empowerment in governing authorities has more importance than the Nafilah Islamic practices that we are addicted with on several occasions. 6. To feed young adolescent generations with motivational aspirations and resolute commitment to reach new horizons, whether in religious approach, political hegemony, medical knowledge, science and technology or commerce and trade. (As we Ulma are supposed to lead the Ummah to multidimensional upward not only religion hence we all consider Islam as a complete code of life not a bunch of some religious obligations. 7 – To address the fabrications and misinterpretations against hazrat Omar (May Allah be pleased with him) by oreintalists through electronic media and several websites and specially a huge storm of allegations by Shiite groups via internet. 8 - The dire quest to find out the hidden truth Why Islam spread in the era of Caliph Omar in all three continents of the world; Asia, Europe and Africa (in his period of caliphate, only three continents were on the global map). Was it only by Dua and karamat as it seems first in our mindset whenever we look back at the Islamic history? Or behind this, was a strategic theme, stable governance system, confrontational stamina, synergetic think power or so called think tank along with the strong belief in oneness of God. Seraj Ahmad Misbahi Ph.D. JMI, New Delhi

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Foreword Reasons to Write on This Topic: The Political Legacy of Umar The Great 1 - To raise the awareness of distinguished pioneer scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat in India toward taking advanced initiatives to participate in politics and judiciary and the executive body of the Indian government to safeguard their shared rights and secure the future of generations to come. 2. After close observing the current conditions in India in term of the proportion of Muslims within the framework of the controlling authorities, law making and commercial business, changes and modifications must be ensured in the curricula of Islamic schools (Madaris) with keeping core syllabus as it is, so that their talents and abilities can be diversified for multipurpose expectations in order to make them stable and established. Because when they get established, the religion they follow will be consequently established. 3 – Through the changes in the main stream of madaris system, it is dire need of the current time to make the parents more responsible. 4 – Reinforcement of the sectional decree of the Hanafi jurisprudence “"من لم يعرف بأحوال زمانه فلا يصلح أن يكون إماما "who did not know the surrounding conditions and situations of his time, (whether it is religious, political, or social) is not fit to be an imam" on this step, multispectral transformation must be ensured among Ulma (Madrsa graduates). 5. In my opinion as it is proved by hundreds of demanding occasions, Muslim empowerment in governing authorities has more importance than the Nafilah Islamic practices that we are addicted with on several occasions. 6. To feed young adolescent generations with motivational aspirations and resolute commitment to reach new horizons, whether in religious approach, political hegemony, medical knowledge, science and technology or commerce and trade. (As we Ulma are supposed to lead the Ummah to multidimensional upward not only religion hence we all consider Islam as a complete code of life not a bunch of some religious obligations. 7 – To address the fabrications and misinterpretations against hazrat Omar (May Allah be pleased with him) by oreintalists through electronic media and several websites and specially a huge storm of allegations by Shiite groups via internet. 8 - The dire quest to find out the hidden truth Why Islam spread in the era of Caliph Omar in all three continents of the world; Asia, Europe and Africa (in his period of caliphate, only three continents were on the global map). Was it only by Dua and karamat as it seems first in our mindset whenever we look back at the Islamic history? Or behind this, was a strategic theme, stable governance system, confrontational stamina, synergetic think power or so called think tank along with the strong belief in oneness of God. Seraj Ahmad Misbahi Ph.D. JMI, New Delhi

Table of Contents
Contents list 1. Foreword 2. Importance of Topic 3. Keywords 4. Introduction of Farooq-e-Azam 5. Wives and Children 6. Life During Youth 7. Acceptance of Islam 8. Migration from Makkah To Madinah 9. Title of Al-Farooq 10. Distinctive Nearness To The Prophet 11. Victory of Muslims by the Call of Hazrat Umar 12. Miracle of River Nile 13. Unlawful Customs and Miserable Condition of the Muslims 14. Three Diseases 15. Remedy of the Above Diseases 16. Sudden Appearance of Two Lions 17. He Would Wake up His Households for Salat-ut-Tahajjud. 18. Farooq-e-A’zam’s Fear of Allah 19. Role as Prophet`s Main Counselor 20. Coincidence of Hazrat Umar’s Opinion with the Verses of Holy Quran 21. Heavenly palace of Farooq-e-A’zam According to the Glad-Tiding from the Beloved and Blessed Prophet 22. Excellences of Hazrat Umar 23. Character and Piety 24. Hazrat Umar as a Great Scholar 25. Preaching of Islam 26. Hatred Against Heresy 27. The Event of Hazrat Umar’s Appointment as Caliph 28. The Caliphate of Hazrat Umar. 29. Hazrat Umar's Services to Islam 30. The Political Legacy 31. Khalifa Umar bin al-Khattab - Political and Governmental Actions 32. Achievements of Hazrat Umar 33. Simplicity Among the State Officials 34. Preventing Corruption From Taking Root 35. Principal Events of the Caliphate of Hazrat Umar 36. Introduction of the Islamic Calendar 37. Civil, Military Administration and Policy 38. Some Reflections on the Conquests of Hazrat Umar 39. Joel Carmichael's Objection 40. D. S. Margoliouth's Fabrication 41. Bernard Lewis's Barefaced Falsification 42. William Muir Misquotation 43. Distortive Reply to These Fabrications 44. Second Caliph in Muslim History 45. Even if a Lamb Dies... 46. Hazrat Umar - the Pioneer of Islamic Democracy 47. Umar’s Leadership in New Era of Establishment and Introduction 48. Political Stability 49. Muhammad ibn Maslamah 50. Military Stability 51. Judicial Satbility 52. Chief Justice 53. Governors 54. Social Stability 55. The Severe Famine and Plague 56. Fall of the Persian Empire 57. The Victory of Persia and Rome in Era of Emperor Yazdegerd III 58. Siege of Jerusalem in 637 59. Emperor Heraclius 60. Martyrdom of Umar 61. The Last Days of Umar bin al-Khattab 62. The Body Remained Intact in the Grave 63. Quotations and Teachings of Hazrat Umar 64. References

 

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