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  Muhammad bin Qasim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Umayyad governor Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef was one of Qasim's close relatives, and was instrumental in teaching Qasim about warfare and governing.
The reasons attributed to the rising Islamic Empires interest in gaining a foothold in the Makran, Balochistan and Sindh regions in addition to protecting maritime interests is the participation of armies from Sindh alongside Persians in various battles such at Nahawand, Salasal and Qādisiyyah and the granting of refuge to fleeing rebel chieftains.
Hajjaj had put more care and planning into the campaign launched under the aegis of Muhammad bin Qasim after the first under Badil bin Tuhfa landed at Nerun (Hyderabad (Pakistan)), and was supported by Abdulla bin Nahban.
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 Science Fair Projects - Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef
Hajjaj began his career in 691 when he lead troops against the then governor of Iraq, who was outside the Umayyad sphere of influence.
Hajjaj was given these powers due to his high status in the Umayyad government, and he exhibited a lot of control over the provinces that he governed.
The successes of his generals gave Hajjaj great prestige, which was furthered by his introduction of vowel marks in written Qur'ans, something that would go on to be implemented in the Arabic language.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Al-Hajjaj_bin_Yousef   (616 words)

  
 Al-Walid I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Like his father, he continued to allow Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef free rein, and his trust in Al-Hajjaj paid off with the successful conquests of Transoxiana, Sindh, and Iberia.
Hajjaj was responsible for picking the generals who led these successful campaigns, and was well known from his own successful campaign against Ibn Zubayr during the reign of Al-Walid's father.
Al-Walid himself continued the effective rule that was characteristic of his father, he developed a welfare system, built hospitals, educational institutions and measures for the appreciation of art.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Al-Walid   (298 words)

  
 Abd al-Malik - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Within a few years, he dispatched armies under Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef on a campaign to reassert Umayyad control over the Islamic empire.
Hajjaj first defeated the governor of Basra, he then went on to the Hejaz where Ibn Zubayr was killed, ending his short claim to the caliphate.
Hajjaj's success led Abd al-Malik to make him the governor of Iraq, and give him a free rein in his territories.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Abd_al-Malik   (311 words)

  
 Informat.io on Ibn Zubayr
During the reign of Muawiyah I he was not active in politics, but upon the ascension of Yazid I, he refused to swear allegiance to the new caliph.
After the death of Husayn bin Ali at the Battle of Karbela, Zubayr returned to the Hejaz where he declared himself the righteous caliph, and he began building support.
Hajjaj would defeat and kill Zubayr on the battlefield in 692 reestablishing Umayyad control over the Islamic Empire.
www.quaest.io /?title=Ibn_Zubayr   (348 words)

  
 Umar II oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
- [http://www.lailahailallah.net/Khutbahs/Khutbah40.asf Sirah of Amirul Muminin Umar Ibn Khattab (r.a.a.) ] by Shaykh Sayyed Muhammad bin Yahya Al-Husayni Al-Ninowy.
Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef (661 - June in Taif, 714 in Wasit, Iraq) (Arabic: الحجاج بن يوسف also known as Al Hajjaj bin Yousef Al saqafe) was an important Arab administrator during the Umayyad caliphate.
Hajjaj began his career in 691 when he led troops against the then governor of Iraq, who was outside the Umayyad sphere of influence.
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 Islam Line: Historical Muslim Figures
Muhammad bin Qasim (695 Events - 715) was an Arab general who captured Sindh and started the Islamic era in South Asia, and more specifically the Indian subcontinent.
As a whole, populations of conquered territories were treated as people of the book and granted religious toleration of Hindu religion in return for payment of the poll tax (jizya).
Musa bin Nusair (640—716) was a Yemeni Muslim governor and general under the Umayyads.
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 Informat.io on Muhammad Bin Qasim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
At the age of seventeen, he was sent by Caliph Al-Walid I to lead an army into India in what is today the Sindh and Punjab area of Pakistan.
The forces of Muhammad bin Qasim defeated the Hindu Raja Dahir in alliance with Jats and other Buddhist Rajas.
The new caliph, Suleiman, was a political enemy of Hajjaj and recalled Qasim, claiming that Qasim had treated Raja Dahir's daughters poorly.
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 IMC India - THE MYTH OF MUSLIM EMPIRE IN INDIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Hajjaj then appointed Mujja… to the frontier… Mujja died in Makran after being there a year… Then Hajjaj sent Ubaidullah… against Debal.
Afterwards, Hajjaj during the Khilafat of Walid, appointed Mohammad, son of Qasim… to command on the Sindhian frontier.” That was in 712 AD.
The empire of Muhammed bin Tughlaq… broke up within a decade of his accession (A.D. 1325), and before another decade was over, the Turkish empire passed away for ever… Thus barring two every short-lived empires under the Khaljis and Muhammad bin Tughlaq… there was no Turkish empire in India.
india.indymedia.org /en/2003/02/3066.shtml   (3581 words)

  
 Al-Walid I dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Huns and remnants of the Kushans, Scythians, and the Sassanian Persians all exercised some degree of control in Sindh until the coming of the Muslim Arabs in 711 CE.
Conquered by Syrian Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim, Sind became the easternmost province of the Umayyad Caliphate, while the lands further east were known as Hind to the Arabs.
The defeat of the Brahmin ruler Dahir was made easier due to the tension between the Buddhist majority and the ruling Brahmins' fragile base of control.
al.walid.i.en.dgun.org   (4976 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Debal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
One case which came to the notice of then Governor of Basra, Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef, involved the kidnapping of noble women and gifts to the Caliph Walid from the ruler of Ceylon.
This event triggered a letter to the Raja Dahir and he replied that he does not have control over pirates in his kingdom.
Arab army under Muhammad bin Qasim that conquered Debal and the rest of modern Pakistan for Umayyad Caliphate in 713 CE.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Debal   (167 words)

  
 Free information of Muhammad bin Qasim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Under Hajjaj's patronage, Qasim was made governor of Persian Empire, where he succeeded in putting down a rebellion.
At the age of seventeen, he was sent by Caliph Al-Walid I to lead an army into India in what is today the Sindh and Punjab (Pakistan) area of Pakistan.
The new caliph, Suleiman of Umayyad, was a political enemy of Hajjaj and recalled Qasim, claiming that Qasim had treated Raja Dahir 's daughters poorly.
muhammad.bin.qasim.en.qcat.org   (5908 words)

  
 Muhammad bin Qasim 695-715
The raiders demolished temples, shattered "idolatorous" artwork and killed many men (it took three days to slaughter all the inhabitants of the city of Debal) enslaving the women and children.
In the interim though, Hajjaj bin Yousef died, as did the caliph al-Walid.
The new caliph, Suleiman was a political enemy of Hajjaj and recalled Muhammad bin Qasim using the claims of Raja Dahar's daughters as a pretense (they claimed that bin Qasim had not treated them right - the validity of this claim is questionable).
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/Post/414087   (440 words)

  
 AlMaghrib Forums - Raafidah connection to Muharram?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
A group consisting of Omar bin Khalid as-Saidawi, his servant Sa'ad, Jabir bin Al-Harith as-Salmani, and Majma' bin Abdullah Al-A'aithi came out and raided the enemy, the Kufi'ites; when they went deep into their ranks, they were encircled by the troops and cut off.
Omar bin Sa'ad ordered Amr bin Sa'eed who was in command of a group of archers to stun the horses of the followers of Hussain (A).
Anas bin Al-Harith bin Nabih Al-Kahili, who was an elderly Companion saw the Apostle, heard his talk, and took part with him in Badr and Hunain battles, sought permission from Hussain, With his turban cloth, he assaulted the enemy troops killing about eighteen before he was killed.
forums.almaghrib.org /showthread.php?t=794   (9223 words)

  
 AlShindagah Online
She was in her late teens, when she met a far cousin of similar age, as he and his comrades were riding back to their camp after a successful raid, and soon the two were in deep love.
He, Tawba Bin Al Himiar became a famous poet who dedicated almost all his verses to his beloved, as she did.
Laila became a familiar face in the Courts of Abdul Malik Bin Marwan and his son Al Walid, the greatest of the Umayyad Caliphs, and gained unrivalled popularity with other famous leaders such as Al Hajjaj Bin Yousef Al Thaqafi.
www.alshindagah.com /janfeb2004/woman.html   (1259 words)

  
 a v a r i: notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Bin Laden had wanted to move the operation up in response to Sharon's threatening visit to the Temple Mount, and again in response to the Israeli attack on the Jenin refugee camp, which left 4,000 persons homeless.
Bin Laden believes that he and his followers helped destroy the Soviet Union by tying its 40th Army down in a long, costly war in Afghanistan during the 1980s.
Bin Laden has spelled out his strategy a million times, and although his excuses change to whatever is most politically expedient on any given day, but his goals are always the same.
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 : : The Arabian Saluki : : The Center
This type is featured in having light fluff on all parts of its body, and is called (Al-Hess) attributing to the pebbles for its soft surface.
Al-Mutawakkel Alallah Jaa'far bin Al-Mo'tasem, Al-Mu'tazz Billah, Amer bin Antara.
Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef Al-Thaqafi,...., Al-Fadhl bin Yehya Al-Barmaki, Amro bin Al-Joun Al-Kendi, Laqeet bin Zarara.
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 The Ultimate Umar II Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
His time in the province was so notable that official grievances sent to Damascus all but ceased.
In addition, many people emigrated to Medina from Iraq seeking to escape their harsh governor, Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef.
This angered the Iraqi governor, and he pressed al-Walid to remove Umar, which was done, much to the dismay of the people of Medina.
www.dogluvers.com /dog_breeds/Umar_II   (720 words)

  
 Informat.io on Islamic Conquests
Later, in 711, the Umayyad caliph in Damascus sent an expedition to Baluchistan (an arid region on the Iranian Plateau in Southwest Asia, presently split between Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan) and Sindh (presently a province of Pakistan bordering on Baluchistan, Punjab, and Rajasthan, India).
This expedition was led by Muhammad bin Qasim and went as far north as Multan.
He then invaded South Asia on the orders of Al-Hajjaj bin Yousef, the governor of Iraq.
www.quaest.io /?title=islamic-conquests   (929 words)

  
 SAAG-Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Indeed from the days of Muhammad bin Qasim in the eighth century to those of Ahmad Shah Abdali in the eighteenth, enslavement, distribution, and sale of Hindu prisoners was systematically practised by Muslim invaders and rulers of India.
If such were the gains of the ‘mild’ Muhammad bin Qasim in enslaving kaniz wa ghulam in Sindh, the slaves captured by Mahmud of Ghazni, “that ferocious and insatiable conqueror”, of the century beginning with the year 1000 C.E. have of course to be counted in hundreds of thousands.
All captives were bound hand and foot and kept under strict surveillance of armed guards until their spirit was completely broken and they could be made slaves, converted, sold or made to serve on sundry duties.
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 to HARRAK - Muslim invaders killed Hindus in millions - Reader comments at DanielPipes.org
There is hardly any regret among the Muslims of today for the actions of their ancestors in the past or at present, and a great majority of muhammedans think that they did the right thing by persecuting Hindus and they continue to do so today.
All their heroes are rapists, murderers and looters from their leader mulammed to osama bin laden.
It is not difficult to imagine the sufferings of people during such battles as the battle of Tallikota when Hampi, the capital of Vijayanagara empire was systematically destroyed for weeks by the muslim Bahamain sultans.
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 Máldives Royal Family Official Website ދިވެހި ...
Quoting the authority of Koran 47:4, Hajjaj bin Yusuf el-Saqafi, Islam's governor in occupied Iraq ordered Mohamed bin Qasim to strike off the heads of up to 16,000 Indians in one foul swoop.
Bin Qasim was the commander of the invading Islamic colonialist vanguard.
"The terrorist Katrina is one of the soldiers of Allah…": Mohamed Yousef el-Mlaifi, director of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Islamic Endowment's (Awqaf) “research” centre, published an article on 31 August 2005 in the Kuwaiti daily el-Siyassa praising Allah for the tropical cyclones that recently hit the United States.
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 Hindus and Buddhists: The Other Victims of Islam - Xbox 360 & Xbox Forums
In a subsequent communication, Hajjaj reiterated that all able-bodied men were to be killed, and that their underage sons and daughters were to be imprisoned and retained as hostages.
Muhammad massacred 6000 fighting men who were found in the fort, and their followers and dependents, as well as their women and children were taken prisoners.
We can now well understand why the capture of a fort by the Muslim forces was followed by the terrible jauhar ceremony (in which females threw themselves in fire kindled by themselves), the earliest recorded instance of which is found in the Chachnama.
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 Najaf Marjaiyah demand must be obeyed, Saudi scholar : JAFARIYA NEWS NETWORK
He said the demand of Najaf Marjaiyah must be complied with.
As-Saffar highlighted how Imam Hussein (pbuh), grandson of holy Prophet Muhammad bin Abdellah (pbuh&hp) changed his Hajj to Umrah just to save the sanctity of the holy city of Mecca when he came to know the plans of Yazid to trample the honor of the City of Prophet murdering him in the holy city.
As-Saffar said a believer is under obligation to respect sacred places and he does not give a chance to the enemy for its violation.
www.jafariyanews.com /2k4_news/august/16_saudischolar.htm   (271 words)

  
 Jihad Unspun - Inside Bin Laden's Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
(1) Sheikh Bin Laden is talking about the deviant group, Al-Khawarej, called “The Dogs of Hellfire”, by the Prophet (PBUH).
They placed traps and barriers so that the fish could not get out, and when the Sabbath day was over, they caught the fish that was trapped.
It was said that if all killers and murderers put their sins on one pan of a scale, and the sins (resulting from killing people) of Hajjaj were put on the other pan, Hajjaj pan will tip the scale.
www.jihadunspun.com /BinLadensNetwork/statements/sr8.html   (1545 words)

  
 Image:Chatsworth from Morris's Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen (1880).JPG   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He was given these powers due to his high status in the Umayyad government and he exhibited a lot of control over the provinces that he governed.
Among these generals was the teenaged Muhammad bin Qasim, who in 712 was sent to Sindh in Islamic Invasion of India.
Perhaps al-Hajjāj ibn-Yūsuf's most successful general was Musa bin Nusair, who consolidated control over North Africa and who sent Tariq bin Ziyad to invade Spain.
de_medizinische.krftigungstherapie.de.reee.org   (8463 words)

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