Hazrat Umar (R.A) Life History || essay on hazrat umar farooq in english

Hazrat Umar Ibn-Al-Khattab was one of the most powerful and influential Muslim caliphs. He belonged to the Banu Adi family of the Quraish family in Makah. He was the second Caliph after Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A) and the great ally of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). If you look back on the history of Islam the people who played a major role in spreading Islam the only word that comes to mind will be Hazrat Umar (R.A).
Here we will explain the biography of Hazrat Umar (R.A) in this article. There are so many things to describe her and to learn about her youthful life, courage, acceptance of Islam, a time of luxury and much more. You can find all this information in our Hazrat Umar (R.A) – 2017 program available for andrioid and iPhone devices, get it for free on your device.
early life : He was born in 583 A.C. to the Banu Adi family of the Quraish tribe of Makah. He was not a Muslim at first and by profession, he was a businessman. Before embracing Islam; Umar (R.A) was one of Muhammad’s (SAW) worst enemies.
Life during Youth : Hazrat Umar (R.A) was one of the most educated people in the Quraish family at the time when only a handful of people could read and write. He also became acquainted with the arts and genetic sciences and became acquainted with the history of Arabia. He was very brave; Umar (R.A.) was a well-known wrestling, controversial, and manly person in his youth. He was also renowned for his impeccable horse riding skills. He was a brilliant man and a famous public speaker and a successful ambassador of the Quraish.
Acceptance of Muslims : Although Umar (R.A) had a perfect intellectual and physical talent, unfortunately, he did not accept the Messenger of Allah SWT and the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW). He was one of the most ardent enemies of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWW).
He opposed the Muslims and threatened to assassinate Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW). While on his way to carry out his plan to assassinate the Holy Prophet (SAWW), he became aware of his sister and brother who is a Muslim convert. She went to her sister’s house, Fatima’s house where her sister and brother-in-law were taught the Quran by Khabab (R.A). He asked about their conversion to Islam and began arguing with them. He beat his sister in such a way that she bled profusely, after seeing her bloody sister calm down and asked her sister to show me the pages where the Quran was written. He recited the Quran after bathing; it was the beginning of Surah Ta Ha. Finally, he came to this verse:
“Truly, I am Allah. There is no god but Me, so pray for me and stop the prayer to remember me. Quran [20:14]
He was deeply moved by the sacred verses after reading them and accepted them as the words of Allah. When he heard this Hazrat Khabbab (R.A), who was hiding in the house, came out and said, “O Umar! Exciting details. It seems that the prayer that Muhammad (SAW) said last night was answered in your favor. He prayed to Allah: “O Allah, strengthen Islam through Umar b Khattab or Abu Jahl, whoever you please”.
Hazrat Umar then went to Muhammad (SAW). When he saw her, Muhammad (SAW) asked him, “Umar! Why are you here? ” He said, “I am here to embrace Islam” which is reflected in the spirit of Makah. That is how he embraced Islam. He was 39 years old when he converted to Islam.
The title of Al-Farooq : Muslims could not offer Salah publicly because of fear of Quraish chiefs. But when Hazrat Umar (R.A) embraced Islam and came to the Muslim circle the believers came out openly as they knew that no one had ever dared to confront Umar (R.A). He was the first to suggest to the Holy Prophet (SAW) that they should perform Salah in the Holy Kaaba, where the Messenger of Allah first led the Muslim prayer. As a result of the fearless exaltation of Hazrat Umar (R.A), he was given the title of Al-Farooq by Hazrat Muhammad (SAW), which means “one who distinguishes between right and wrong”.
Hazrat Umar (R.A) as Caliph : After the death of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) Umar (R.A) was in great distress at that time Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A) comforted him. At that time a dispute arose over who would take over after the death of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) Umar (RA) spoke to Muslims about the great character of Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) who narrated his closeness to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and suggested that he made him the first caliph in Islam. After the death of Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A) Hazrat Umar (R.A) took over as the second Caliph. Follow in the footsteps of Muhammad (SAW) in full. It was Hazrat Umar under his rule that the Muslims became an international empire and the powerful kingdoms of Persia and Byzantine fell before the Islamic army. Within a decade of his glorious reign, the entire Persian Empire, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and part of Turkey came under the banner of Islam and the nations invaded parts of Islam.
Not only was he defeated but he was also an excellent ruler who established an effective administrative system, which is why he was the real founder of the Islamic political system. He set the divine law) as the code of the newly established Islamic State; protect internal security by deploying the police force: giving some money to the poor; built a headquarters and a fortress for the security of the Islamic forces; founded new cities for the growth of Islamic culture and culture; develop the agricultural and economic affairs of the Islamic State; established an education system in the Islamic State; in short he was the founder of a great Islamic empire.
In short, Hazrat Umar (RA) is an example to all Muslims. He was an example of justice, principles, dedication, humility, and humanity. He has done all his roles, be it personal or technical, and not a single example can be given to show that his role was incomplete.

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