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Short history of brave Islamic warrior Muhammad bin Qasim

  • Muhammad Bin Qasim
Muhammad Bin Qasim was born in Taif in the year 9 AH to a famous family of the Saqafi tribe (he was one of the followers). In the time of Abdul Malik ibn Marwan, in the caliphate of 9 AH, Hajjaj bin Yusuf was appointed the supreme ruler of the Eastern States (Iraq). Hajjaj ibn Yusuf appointed his uncle Qasim as the governor of Basra.

Muhammad bin Qasim moved with his father from Taif to Basra, where he received his education and training. Hajjaj ibn Yusuf established the city of Wasit for the training of his special troops. Muhammad bin Qasim received military training in this city. Thus, at the age of only nine, Muhammad bin Qasim emerged as a military commander.

Muhammad bin Qasim used to hear a lot about Sindh. There were wars in this area even during the time of the Rightly Guided Caliphs. During the reign of Hazrat Amir Muawiyah, the Makran region was conquered in 5 AH.

  • Island of Yaqut
In 5 AH, the king of the island of Yaqut (Ceylon) sent a ship to Iraq to establish good relations with the Arabs, carrying orphans and widowed Muslim women. When the ship passed through the port of Sindh (Debal), some people of Sindh looted the ship. Hajjaj ibn Yusuf demanded the release of the ship and the Muslim women from the king of Sindh. But he refused to be released. Hajjaj bin Yusuf marched twice but failed.
When Hajjaj ibn Yusuf became convinced that Muslim women and army men were imprisoned in Debal's prisons, and the king of Sindh did not want to release them due to enmity with the Arabs, so Hajjaj ibn Yusuf decided to conquer all areas of Sindh. In 2 AH, a large army led by Muhammad bin Qasim was sent to Sindh.

  • Sindh 

Muhammad ibn Qasim conquered innumerable areas of Sindh in just 3 years by the grace of Allah till 5 AH. In 2 AH, a decisive battle was fought with the Sindhi army under the leadership of Raja Dahir of Sindh, in which the Raja of Sindh was killed, and the Muslims were victorious under the leadership of Muhammad bin Qasim. Muhammad bin Qasim became the conqueror of Sindh at the age of only seven years.
By 6 AH, other areas of Sindh and even some areas of Punjab were conquered by the Muslims under the leadership of Muhammad bin Qasim.Muhammad ibn Qasim, after conquering Sindh, as soon as he intended to enter the borders of India (present-day India), the new king Suleiman ibn Abdul Malik ordered him to return to Iraq immediately.

 After Walid bin Abdul Malik, Sulayman bin Abdul Malik became the caliph. Relations with the families of the new caliphs, Sulaiman bin Abdul Malik and Muhammad bin Qasim, have not been good.
Muhammad bin Qasim believed that I had to invite Janamut back to Iraq. The people of Sindh and the army officials forbade Muhammad bin Qasim to return. But Muhammad ibn Qasim refused to disobey the caliph's order and returned to Iraq. Sulayman ibn 'Abd al-Mulk imprisoned Muhammad bin Qasim out of hatred and obstinacy. Give trouble in different ways. In 5 AH, the conqueror of Sindh Muhammad bin Qasim fell in love with Allah at the age of only 19 years.

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