Hazrat Abubakkar Siddique(PASHTO) 250

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Size: 24.64 x 18.80 x 3.81 CM
Paper Quality: Book Paper
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Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq, also known simply as Abu Bakr, holds a revered place in Islamic history as one of the closest companions and the first caliph (successor) of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Born in Mecca around 573 CE, Abu Bakr was known for his wisdom, integrity, and unwavering faith. Before embracing Islam, Abu Bakr was a successful merchant known for his honesty and generosity. He was among the earliest converts to Islam, accepting the message of Prophet Muhammad without hesitation. His close relationship with the Prophet earned him the title As-Siddiq, meaning The Truthful, for his steadfast belief in the Prophet teachings, even during times of adversity. Abu Bakr played a crucial role in the early Muslim community. His wealth, leadership, and diplomacy helped stabilize the community in the face of persecution from the Quraysh tribe. He was instrumental in the migration (Hijrah) of the Prophet and Muslims from Mecca to Medina, sacrificing his own safety and resources to ensure their protection. Following the death of Prophet Muhammad in 632 CE, Abu Bakr was chosen as the first caliph through consensus among the Muslim community. As caliph, he faced numerous challenges, including tribal conflicts and apostasy movements. However, his leadership and adherence to the principles of justice and compassion guided the nascent Islamic state through these turbulent times. Abu Bakr caliphate was marked by his humility, piety, and dedication to the welfare of the Muslim community. Despite holding the highest position of authority, he lived a simple life, often wearing modest clothing and partaking in manual labor alongside common people. His famous saying, If I do well, help me; and if I do wrong, set me right, reflects his humility and openness to constructive criticism. Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq passed away in 634 CE, after a brief but impactful caliphate of two years. His legacy continues to inspire Muslims worldwide, serving as a model of leadership, faith, and selflessness. He is remembered not only as the first caliph but also as a devoted friend, companion, and confidant of Prophet Muhammad.Feature Hazrat Abubakkar Siddique Paper Quality Book Paper Language Arabic

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