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Almina Cicek, 9.11

Welcome to my presentation

Khalid ibn al-Walid

Index

1. General facts

8. Thanks!

2. Backstory

3. the Peace Treaty of Hudaibiya

4. How Khalid bacame a muslim

5. Lock of hair

6. Battle of Mu'tah

7. Quote/dead

  • Khalid ibn al-Walid ibn al-Mughira al-Makhzumi
  • born in 592, Mecca
  • died 642, in Homs (Syria) ↳ Khaled Ibn Al-Walid Mosque
  • "Sayfullah"
  • undefeated in every battle
  • first against muslim army, later as leader of muslim army
  • polytheist

General facts

  • grew up in a military family
  • his father 🠮 chief of Banu Makhzum
  • Quraysh clan 🠮 opposed Muhammad sav.
  • attracted a lot of attention

Backstory


  • Battle of Uhud ↳ surprise attacked the muslims
  • his brother had been taken prisoner by muslims
  • thought muslims weren't that bad
  • violent reaction to Walid ibn Walid becoming a muslim

- muslims (Medina) wanted to visit ka'ba
- Khalid was sent to kill Muhammed sav.
- watched the muslims from a distance pray
- both sides hold back

The Peace Treaty of Hudaybiya

How Khalid became a Muslim

- strong antipathy towards the Prophet
- his brother wrote him a letter
- Khalid felt like he was on the wrong side of the battlefield


- realized muslims had a Divine protection.
- had a dream
- went to Medina with his friends to meet the Prophet

Khalid ibn Walid kept a lock of the Prophets hair in his turban.
Belived it brought him good luck.

Lock of hair

During the Battle of Yarmuk, Khalid's Turban fell to the ground and he stopped fighting to search for it.

Battle of Mu'tah

- Khalid wasn't commander in the beginnig
- after Zayd ibn Harithah, Ja`far ibn Abī Tālib, Abd Allah ibn Rawahah were martyred
- 3000 men against 200.000

" I would throw myself in the ranks of the enemies until I would be certain that I would not come out alive. And here I am, dying in my bed, like cattle die. "

- Khalid ibn al-Walid

Thanks!

The Age of Bliss / Khalid inbn al-Walid
https://military-history.fandom.com/wiki/Richard_Winters
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Khalid-ibn-al-Walidd