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Yes, this is true. I could mention: Abu-Bakrs in the offspring of Imam Ali: Abu-Bakr, son of Imam Ali may Allah be pleased with him and honor his face himself and his wife Laila bint (daughter of) Mas'ud.1 Abu-Bakr, son of Imam Hasan bin Ali may Allah be pleased with both Omars in the offspring of Imam Ali: Omar, son of Imam Ali himself and his wife Um ...


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No, Caliphs are not allowed to change the orders of allah nor the prophet. However, the prophet (PBUH) specifically asked us to follow the 4 rightly guided caliphs(Abu baker, Umar, Othman, Ali) because they are the best people Islam has seen. The hadeeth found in At-tridmhi and Abu Dawud The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) gave us a sermon by which our hearts ...


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Umar ibn Al-Khattab, the second Caliph, married Atiqa bint Zayd. وفيها تزوج عمر بن الخطاب عاتكة بنت زيد بن عمرو بن نفيل، وهي ابنة عمه Umar ibn Al-Khattab married Atiqa bint Zayd bin Amr bin Nufayl, who was the daughter of his uncle — The Beginning and the End by Ibn Kathir, events of 12th year of Migration


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(Shia answer): There are only two version. One is supported by Shia Muslims and one by Sunni Muslims. Shia Muslims believe God selected Ali S.A. as Caliph and prophet declared this at Ghadir after his final Hajj in front of 120,000 Muslims. Sunni Muslims believe Abubakr was first Caliph and Ali S.A. was 4th Caliph. Why is there no single canonical one? ...


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This names are usually used by Sunni Muslims to try to prove Imam Ali a.s. loved the Sunni Caliphs and named his children after them. About the Kuniyah Abubakr: About Abubakr it is not a name to be given by father of one to the child. Abubakr is a Kuniyah (title) which is given to one by people. Any one called Abubakr has another name. Also Abubakr was a ...


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This took a lot of research and reading about the incidents you mentioned, but it is very difficult to know exactly which part of an event you are referring to with only the information you have provided. I could not find any of the events you are referring to in the manner you mentioned in books that are accepted by Muslims as references. I will give an ...


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The Kalifah is chosen by Ahlul Ikhtiar, and the requirements of the Kalifah are the following: Must be Muslim Must be Mature Must be Sane Must be a freeman and not a slave Must be knowledgeable Must be Righteous Must be a Male/Man Have prudence in opinion/ Wisdom Must have firm qualities, like bravery and fairness Must have a healthy body and ...


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This is not going to be an easy task as not too many companions married their cousins. One companion that I know of is 'Abdullah ibn 'Umar ibn al-Khattab who was married to his maternal cousin, Zainab bint 'Uthman ibn Madh'ūn. His mother was Zaynab bint Madh'ūn. Her brother, 'Uthman ibn Madh'ūn had a daughter named Zainab from his wife, Khawlah bint Hakim ...


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I think what people wrongly think about ancient times (and by extension the times of the Islamic Conquests) is that peace was always assumed. Nowadays, we have the UN and a lot of International Conventions that make it so that war has to be declared, but in previous times, war was not declared, peace was declared. So, if there are two empires and there is ...


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As Mujahid (مجاهد) has pointed out, there are various lists of qualifications in old sources. All the Sunni law schools agree that the Imam/khalifa must be from the family of the Prophet (ahl al-bayt), in the sense that he must at the very least be from the Quraysh. This invalidates the spurious claim of the Ottomon sultans to be caliphs (to say nothing of ...


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