Hazrat Umar al-Farooq (RA)


Hazrat Umar al-Farooq (RA)
 Hazrat Umar al-Farooq (RA)

Muhammad's Messenger of Allah (PBUH) inviting Tawheed faced many obstacles, difficulties and troubles.
The Prophet Muhammad's Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) drew on monotheism, facing many obstacles, hardships and hardships. In the early years of prophecy there were very few Muslims in Mecca. The chiefs of the various tribes of Mecca and other aristocrats used to work hard for Muslims. In those days, Allah's Messenger Mohammad (may peace be upon him) prayed or Allah confirmed Islam with age.

Hazrat Umar (RA) was a very skilful rider and learned to read and write at the same time. At that time, only seventeen people in Quraysh knew how to read and write. Hazrat Umar (RA) was prominent among them. The Hebrews also knew that when they completed art, they made a living from commerce.
Due to his experience and a large number of special skills, Quraish was appointed to the Embassy.


During the twelfth year of Hazrat Umar (may Allaah be upon him), the sun rises in Arabia and Islam rises.
Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) first brought Sa'id to Islam. Sayyidah Allaah's Ankah was born to Fatima (may Allah be pleased with his sister) and also became a Muslim.
Hazrat Umar (RA) was still a guest in Islam. During this time, Hazrat Umar (RA) was considered an incredible opponent of Prophetic Islam.
One day, Omar came out of his house with the intent of martyrdom with the Prophet Mohammad.
After hearing this, Omar was furious at his sister's house. There his sister gave him to read some verses from the Qur'an. After reading these verses, Hazrat Umar's heart changed his mind and left his sister's house to participate in the service of the Prophet Muhammad. Asked them to get privilege to join Islam.
This is the year 616 CE. The new era in Islamic history began with the faith of Hazrat Umar (RA). He, along with a group of Muslims, prayed publicly in Ka'ba, and no one dared to protest.
According to the first century, Hijri, from 622 the time of the Holy Prophet (may Allah have peace and blessings on him), the affairs of the Prophet (peace and blessings on Allah be upon him), agreements with the Gentiles, from time to time arrangements were made. For those planning, there may not be an event that would have taken place without Hazrat Umar's participation.

After the death of the first caliph, Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique, Hazrat Omar (may Allah be pleased with him) was given the responsibility of the caliphate.
During the caliphate of Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA), the Islamic State's territory was expanded by about two and a half million square kilometers. It can be estimated that Pakistan covers an area of ​​3 million square kilometers. These included Syria, Egypt, Iraq, the island, Khuzestan, Iraqi Ajam, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Persia, Kerman, Khorasan and Makar.

Hazrat Umar (RA) laid the foundation for a welfare board without precedent and with an example based on Majlis Shura.
Hazrat Umar's era is called the Golden Age for the Muslim and Islamic State. No one of the world's rulers has made his kingdom and concessions the kind of works that Chashmak Falk discovered through Hazrat Omar.
Far Fariqi was a period of justice, prosperity, development and the expansion of the Islamic State.
In the government of Hazrat Umar (RA), people declared their rights Hazrat Umar (RA) considered themselves equal to ordinary people and was not exempt from any law. A speech once said, “Sir! I have many rights for people that you need to empower.
Be careful that I do not collect respect and wealth without having to pay respect and wealth into my own hands. Then I raise salaries, I secure borders, and I don't put you in danger. .
One of the great ways to investigate the government's judiciary is to deal with minorities in the country, and therefore the promise was an unprecedented model of justice.
The rights of a nation are related to three things: life, property and religion.
Other rights belong to them. Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) granted these three basic rights to all conquered nations.
Despite Hazrat Omar's sovereignty, he does not even step in for a moment without consulting public figures and representatives. The Islamic system is governed by Shura. It was on this basis that Hazrat Umar (RA) founded Khilafah-i-Islam.
No major task in this system could have been accomplished without the guidance of the Qur'anic companions.
Members of the Al-Rua'i Companions House were members of the council to solve daily problems. Including Hazrat Abir-i-Allahu and ibn Ka'b, Hazrat Zaidar-i-Allah-i-Anh bin Sabit.
In addition, on expedition matters, the emigrants were Vansar gatherings, and every Muslim had every right to be free and to criticize the government. Ordinary Muslims used to mock the Prophet Omar and ask him questions.
Hazrat Umar had retained his position as mere mortal and servant of Shiraza. And described it in many practical situations.
He once said that I only have the right to own property as much as orphaned property.
Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) did not regard the Treasury as his personal property because he had a pie account. And each pie was only used for Muslim needs. Nor did he offer the luxury of his goods or allow anyone else to do so.
On the other hand, if you see someone living in luxury, he is a hard worker and in some cases has been deposited.
Hazrat Umar (RA) was the first person in Islamic history to divide Mecca, Medina, Syria, the Island, Basra, Kufa, Egypt and Palestine into eight provinces in 20 AH. Then, with the profits, more provinces such as Persia, Khuzistan, Kerman, etc. were formed.
In each province, the Governor (Governor) has appointed Kateb, the Governor's wife, Army Secretary Kateb Dewan, Collector Sahib al-Kharaj, Sahib Hadith, Chief of Staff, Treasurer, Judge and current Arab Judge. Civilization was in its infancy and a few years had passed since the beginning of the regime, but Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) set up several separate divisions and set conditions that are still considered to be pillars of the welfare state.

They established a large department for the construction of canals, dams and ponds throughout the state. The judiciary was also born with the help of Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him). He established regular police stations and prisons, built army forts and bars. Establishment of a military office and establishment of salaries for volunteer soldiers.
Established office centers and census. Build houses for travelers and build guesthouses in different cities. You set daily routines for apathetic, marginalized Christians and Jews, and counselors for teachers and seminars.
Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA) had not built palaces for himself nor built palaces surrounded by slaves.
The reason was that you did not want to keep distance between people. If anyone needs to cry or cry, Hazrat Umar's doors will always find him open.
This partner of Prophet Muhammad Jalil-ul-Qadr was attacked daily by a prayerful Abu'lonami man. After three days of injuries, he died at the age of 63 in Muharram al-Haram at 24 AH. Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) was buried in Hazrat Aisha Prophet (PBUH) and Abu Bakr Siddiq (RA).

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