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Abu Bakr

General Information - Full Name - Abu Bakr -
(أبو بكر الصديق)
Reign
8 June 632 - 23 August 634
Birth
c. 573
Birth name
Mecca, Arabia
Place of death
Medina, Arabia
Buried at Masjid al-Nabawi, Madinah | from
Omar
Other topics
Assiddiq الصدِّيق Companion of the Cave Companion of the Tomb Shaikh Akbar Attique Family His father, Uthman Abu Quhafa, Mother, Salma Umm-ul-Khair, Sister (s), Mu'taq (Presumably - Middle), Utaiq
(Presumably - Youngest)
• Quhafah ibn Uthman
Sister (s)
Fadra
Qareeba
Umme-e-aamer Spouses (s)
Qutaylah (Divorced) - • Um Ruman - • Asma bint Umays - • Habibah
Boy (s) - • Abdullah - • AbdulRahman - • Muhammad
Girl (

• Esmâ • Aisha • Umm Khultum
Genealogy
Abu Bakr's Genealogy
Origin
Siddiqa Region
June 8 632 - 23 August 634
The Reign of Caliph Abu Bakr During the Islamic Empire
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Abu Be kir (Arabic: عبد الله بن أبي قحافة عثمان بن كعب التيمي القرشي أبو بكر الصديق) (full name: Abdullah bin Kuhafe bin Kaab et-Teym al-Kuraysh, Abu Bakr Siddiq) (d. 573 - d. August 23, 634), the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the Muslim community after 632-634 to lead and manage, and therefore Muhammad's successor has given him the title of the first caliph. His name was Abdülkâbe before Islam. [Citation needed] After he became a Muslim, Muhammad named Abu Bakr Abdullah. He is the best friend of Muhammad according to Sunni beliefs.






















































"If the prophet who reported the event, he reported it correctly," he said to the Meccans who disputed with him about the Mirac narration of the moniker Siddiq. It is believed to be given to him after answering in the form of. [1]
Hz. Muhammad, Abu Bakr's daughter Aisha in Mecca before the emigration of his father-in-law because of the marriage. During his caliphate, he brought the Qur'an into mushaf.
According to Sunni belief, he is the first of the free men entering Islam, Rashid Caliphs (Four Caliphs) and Asher-i Mübeşşere. According to the Shiite belief, Islam was the first to adopt Ali.


1 Lineage
2 Being a Muslim
3 Caliphate
3.1 Transformation of the Quran into Mushaf
4 Children
5 Nicknames
6 References and notes
Ancestry
Abu Bakr, a Benu Teym'lerin Quraysh tribe, was born in Mecca. His father was Abu Kuhafe, and his mother Umm al-Hayr Selma.
Becoming a Muslim
When the Prophet first revealed to him, he became a Muslim. According to the first Muslim historians, he was a merchant. Abu Bakr, who spent a large portion of his earnings for the Islamic religion, also played an important role in inviting the first Muslims to Islam. In 622, while going to Medina from Mecca (Hijret), Abu Bakr accompanied him. This issue is mentioned in the Qur'an in the 40th verse of the Qur'an:
"If you do not help him (you know), when the disbelievers remove him as one of the two, Allah (cc) personally helped him, and they were in the cave, and he said to his friend, ülme Don't worry, because Allah is with us. Allah Allah sent down a sense of trust and peace over him, and supported him with a number of armies that you didn't see, so that those who denied Allah's Word is the Most High. Allah is Exalted in Power, Wise. " (Repentance, 9/40)
Fahreddin Razi, Surat al-Leyla, "The devotee who gives his goods for good is kept away from him. There is no blessing in his presence except to ask for the approval of his Lord." will be satisfied. " 17-21. verses, specifically refers to Abu Bakr and Abu Bakr supports the idea that it is the top of the Muslims.
Caliphate
After the Hijret Medina in the construction of the Masjid al-Nabawi, has helped. After that, he participated in many gasses and had to fight against his son Abdurrahman in the Battle of Badr.
After the death of Muhammad in 632, Abu Bakr was bey'at and he was arguably chosen as caliph. According to Shiite sources, Fatima died as a result of the debate between Omar and Abu Beki on the caliphate. During the period of Abu Bakr Muhammad died after the death of the movement to return movements, tribes who do not want to give zakat and fight against various individuals who declared himself a prophet. [Citation needed]
The conversion of the Qur'an into Mushaf
Abu Bakr, a killing of memory. He took the Koran as a precaution as a mushaf.
The caliphate, which lasted for about two years, ended with his illness and death. In his last days he appointed Ömer as imam instead, and after various consultations, he had him write the covenant that appointed him as the caliph.


Abu Bakr had four children from a woman named Ummi Rüman [source Names of Abdullah, Aisha, Esma and Abdurrahman.
Nicknames
Câmiu'l Qur'an, al-Siddiq, al-Atik was known by the nickname. He is also known as the "Father of Those Who Made the Case in the Day," because he has left so many deportees.
References and notes
Other Wikimedia pages on this topic:

Wikinews are excerpts of Abu Bakr. ^ EBU BEKİR ES SIDDÎK (ra) (571-634), sevde.de
Abu Bakr
Benu Teym
Sunni Islamic titles
Formation
Rashid Khalifa
632 - 634
After the coming, Omar bin Khattab, the Caliphs, the Four Caliphs, Abu Bakr, Omar, Osman, Ali, the Umayyad caliphs
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Abdülmecid [A]
[A] A member of the dynasty appointed as caliph by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey • Asher-i Mübeşşere
Abdurrahman bin Avf • Ali bin Abu Talib • Abu Bakr • Abu Ubeyde bin Cerrah • Osman bin Affan • Omar bin Khattab • Sa'd bin Abi Vakkas • Said bin Zaid • Talha bin Ubeydullah • Zubair bin Avvam - Companions
Abbad bin Bishr
Abbas bin Abdülmuttalib
Abdullah bin Abbas
Abdullah bin Masood
Abdullah bin Abu Bakr, Abdullah bin Omar, Abdullah bin Revaha, Abdullah bin Salah, Abdullah bin Umay, Abdullah bin Ummi Mektum, Abdullah bin Zubair
Abdullah bin Huseyfe, Abdullah bin Jafar, Abdurrahman bin Avf, Abdurrahman bin Abu Bakr, Akib bin Useyd, Akil bin Abu Talib, Ali bin Abu Talib, Amine bint Vehb
Ammar bin Yasir, Amr bin Jammu, Amr bin al-As, Bera bin Malik, Bashir bin Sa'ad, Bilal bin Rabah, Bilal bin Haris, Jabir bin Abdullah
Jafar bin Abu Talib
Cüleybib
Cüveyriye bi nt-i Haris, Abu Eyyub al-Ansari, Abu Bakr, Abu Zerr al Gifari, Abu Ducane, Abu Fukeyhe, Abu Huzeyfe bin Mugire, Abu Hurayra
Abu Lubabe - Abu Salma bin Abdelesed, Abu Sufyan bin Harb, Abu Sufyan bin Haris, Abu Talib bin Abdulmuttalib, Abu Ubeyde bin Cerrah, Abu al-As bin Rabi, Abu Derda
Abu Hüdeyfe bin Utbe, Abu Musa al Ash'ari, Abu Said al Hudri, Al Ala bin Al Hadrami, Enes bin Malik, Fadil bin Abbas, Fatima bint Assad br> Fayruz al-Daylami
Habib binti Ubeydullah, Halime bint Abi Zueyb, Hamza bin Abdulmuttalib, Harise bint al-Muammil, Hasan bin Ali, Hatib bin Abi Beltea bint Hüveylid, Hafsa bint Omar, Habbab bin Eret, Khalid bin Said, Khalid bin Walid, Hisham bin al-As, Hudeyfe bin al-Yaman, Hucr bin Adiy > Huney bin Huzeyfe
Huzeyme bin Sabit
Hüseyin bin Ali
Ikramime bin Abu Jehil
Ka'b bin Züheyr - Katade
Kumeyl bin Ziyad - Leyla bint al-Minhal
Lebanese bint el- Haris
Lebanon, Malik bin Dinar, Malik al-Dar, Malik bin Eshter, Malik bin Nubrei, Mariyah al-Qibtiyye, Meymûne bint-i Haris
Mus' ab bin Umeyr
Mikdad ibn Amr
Muaz bin Jabal
Muawiya bin Abu Sufyan
Mugire bin Shu'be
Muhammad bin Abu Bakr
Muhammad bin Meslama
Numan bin Mukarrin
Nuseybe bint Ka'b - Osman bin Affan, Osman bin Huneyf, Osman bin Ma'zun, Omar bin Khattab, Rebia bin Umayyah, Rebia bin al-Haris
Reyhâne bint-i Zayd, Sa'd bin al-Rabi, Sa'd bin Abi Vakkas, Safiyye bint-i Huyey bin Ahtab, Said bin Amir, Said bin Zaid, Salim Mevla Abu Huzeyfe, Selman-i Farisî, Sevde bint-i Zem'a, Suheyb-i Rumi, Sumeyye bint Life, Talha bin Ubeydullah, Tamim al-Dari
Ubeyde bin Haris, Ukbe bin Amir, Urve bin Masud, Osama bin Zaid, Utbe bin Ghazwan, Ûthman bin Abi'l-ʿAs, Umm Salaam Hind bint-i Abi Umayyah Umame binti Zeynep - Umm Gulsum bin Ali - Umm Sherik
Umm Habibe Reml e bint-i Abi Sufyan - Umm Ubays, Fatima bint Hizam, Vehb bin Abdimenaf, Zeyd bin Arkam, Zeyd bin Harise, Zeyd bin Suhan, Zeyd bin Sticky
Zeyneb bint-i Cahş
Zeyneb bint Ali


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