When did the Muslims get Palestine?

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Caliph Omar of the Rightly-Guided Caliphate conquered Palestine from the Byzantine Empire. The Community Answer is a little confusing. While it is true that Jerusalem was entered without bloodshed, the conquest of Palestine was actually quite violent. The critical battle was the Battle of Ajnadayn (in Beit Guvrin, Israel today) in 634 C.E., but others included the Battle of Dathin (in Gaza) in 634 C.E. and the Battle of Pella (in Jordan) in 635 C.E.

The Muslims lost Palestine while there were the Crusader Kingdoms (1099-1291). The Muslims regained Palestine afterwards by the Ayyubid Caliphate, led by Saladdin. The Muslims lost Palestine again in 1919 when the British took over Mandatory control. The Muslims have regained power over Palestine only in certain areas, such as the Gaza Strip and the West Bank Zone
The Muslims first conquered Jerusalem and entered Palestine during the second Rightful Caliph Hazrat Omar (RAU) without bloodshed.

The Muslims first conquered Palestine in the reign of the Second Rightful caliph Hazrat Omar Farooq (RAU) who assumed power on 23rd August,632 AD.

Background; Allah Almighty sent about 1,24,000 Prophets (May peace be upon them all) for the guidance of humans. By faith, the Muslims believe in all these holy Prophets. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) being the last one. He was the descendent of Hazrat Ismael (AS) the elder son of Hazrat Abraham (AS).

Most of the Prophets were from the progeny of Hazrat Jacob (AS) known as Israel, the younger son of Hazrat Abraham (AS), Hazrat Izak (AS). They came to guide the Israelites (the Jews) to the right path. They were born and buried in Palestine and surrounding areas of Syria and Egypt. The Jews inhabited these areas. The Jews were many times pushed out of Palestine, or enslaved by the Roman Empire or Persians for the reasons best known to the Jews.

Conquest of Jerusalem (The main city of Palestine) by the Muslim:
The holy city of Jerusalem was ruled by the Christians. The entry of the Jews in Jerusalem was banned. The Muslim forces led by Hazrat Abu Ubaida and Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed seiged Jerusalem in November 636. After a few months the Christian Patriarch Sophronius agreed to surrender on the condition that the Second Rightful Caliph Hazrat Omar (RAU) should personally come to sign the agreement. Hazrat Omar (RAU) travelled from Madina to Jerusalem and signed the agreement. Jerusalem fell to the Muslims without any bloodshed in April 637 AD. The Jews were permitted to enter Palestine, live there peacefully and worship according to their own religion. Thus the Christians, the Jews and the Muslims lived peacefully in this city which is sacred for the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims alike. The Dome of the Rock was built by Caliph Waleed bin Abdul Malik. (Husnain Haikal-Tabari-Ibn i Kaseer)

How do you resolve the conflict between the Jews and Muslims in Palestine?

The first thing worth noting is that the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is not a conflict between Jews and Muslims. There are a number of Muslims who fight in the Israeli Defense Forces. It is a ethnic conflict in much the same way that Sri Lanka's conflict between the Sinhalese and the Tamils was an (MORE)

What is Palestine?

The confusion as concerns "Palestine" is that it refers to two separate things. Definition 1 The British Mandate of Palestine covered all areas between Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. It was a relatively small territory that was also bounded by the Mediterranean Sea in the northwest and has (MORE)

Where is Palestine?

There are three different definitions of Palestine: a country (therecognized Palestinian Authority or the unrecognized Arab dream toreplace Israel), a British Mandate (from 1922-1948), or a region.They are all generally in the same place although specific bordersmay differ. In all three, Palestine (MORE)

What was Palestine?

The confusion as concerns "Palestine" is that it refers to twoseparate things. Definition 1 The British Mandate of Palestine covered all areas between Egypt,Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. It was a relatively small territorythat was also bounded by the Mediterranean Sea in the northwest andhas access (MORE)

When was Palestine first called Palestine?

The name "Palestine" is the cognate of an ancient word meaning "Philistines". The earliest known mention of the word was by Ancient Egyptian scribes, used to describe invaders from the Palestinian area during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses III in the 12 th century BCE (BC).

Why does Palestine belong to Muslims?

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What did the European Christians do to try to free Palestine from Muslim control?

The First Crusade was launched in 1095 by Pope Urban II with the dual goals of conquering the sacred city of Jerusalem and the Holy Land and freeing the Eastern Christians from Muslim rule. What started as an appeal by Byzantine Emperor Alexius I Comnenus for western mercenaries to fight the Seljuk (MORE)

What is the history of palestine?

Answer 1 Palestine was originally the Jewish land, Judea. When the Romans conquered Judea 2,000 years ago, they re-named the land Palestine, which comes from the name of the Jews old enemies, the philistines. They did that to annoy the Jews, who already had suffered a lot from the Romans. Answe (MORE)

What is the area of Palestine?

The area of Palestine is 26990 square kilometers of which pre-1967Israel is 20,770 square kilometers, the Gaza Strip is 360 squarekilometers, and the West Bank is 5860 square kilometers. The total is a little smaller than Albania or Burundi or the USState of Massachusetts 5,655 km² | 2,402 mi (MORE)

Since when have the muslims and the jews been fighting for palestine?

Jews first fought for Palestine in the Biblical Period (around 1000BCE). Muslims first fought for Palestine in 634 CE. If the question means to ask when they first fought each other forPalestine, there were pogroms and violent outbursts between Jews ofthe Yishuv and Settled Arabs of Palestine as ea (MORE)

What is the Palestine conflict about?

Which Palestinian conflict is the question referring to? Is it the Arab-Palestinian Conflict? -- which began in 1948, but became much more violent in the 1970s and 1980s, killing between 5,000-25,000 Palestinians depending on the estimates used. Is it the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict? -- which (MORE)

Does Palestine have a capital?

Palestinians claim East Jerusalem to be their capital, however, as Jerusalem is entirely in Israeli jurisdiction, this does not function as a de facto Palestinian capital. Historically, before 1967, Palestine did not have a capital. Currently Palestine is split between two separate factions. The (MORE)

Why is Palestine important to Muslims?

Allah Almighty sent about 1,24,000 Prophets (May peace be upon themall) for the guidance of humans to the right path. The Muslimsbelieve in all these holy Prophets, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) being thelast of them. Most of the Prophes were born, and are buried inPalestine. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) started h (MORE)

Who lived in Israel and Palestine and Saudi Arabia before the Muslims?

Answer 1 there are many different veiws on who lived there first, i say that the Jews lived in israel first...... Palestine was never a country before the Palestinians and for Saudi Arabia i have no idea The Hurrians, a people related to the Georgians of the Caucasus, lived in Israel (or Palesti (MORE)

What did Jews do in palestine?

Various Zionist organizations bought land from large Arab landowners, often absentee landlords living in other Arab countries.Israelis never sold land. They bought it, cleared it, drained,farmed it, and held it in trust for current and future settlers. Much Arab land was converted to Israeli proper (MORE)

Why was palestine divided?

Many factors come into this issue, I suppose, but it all started after the British mandate over Palestine was dissolved after WWII. Britain divided the land up because it had promised the entire country to both the Palestinians (in the Peel commission) and also to the Israelis (Balfour Agreement). (MORE)

Why was palestine created?

There are two definitions for Palestine, and the answer changesdepending on what definition you are using. The first way is torefer to the British Mandate of Palestine which includes the ModernState of Israel (except for the Golan Heights), the Gaza Strip, andthe West Bank. The second way is to refe (MORE)

Is Palestine a state?

Answer 1 Of course that depends on your definition of state. It does not have clearly defined borders, as Israel is constantly occupying/building settlements on more land that belongs/ed to Palestinian people. Neither does it really have a proper government. Hamas was democratically elected as the (MORE)

Are Palestine Muslims?

Palestinians are not all Muslims. Palestinians are consisting of Palestinian christian and Palestinian Muslims but the percentage of Palestinian Christian has greatly diminished since the Israeli occupation especially during the Deir Yassin Massacre of 1948. As the stories of Palestinian Christian i (MORE)

Is Palestine in Asia?

no it is not. Palestine is between middle east and north Africa so technically its in both but their not Asians or Africans their Arabs though some look as black as Africans and some look as white as Europeans mostly like Egypt mostly brown skinned the middle east is more separate than Asia or Afri (MORE)

When did the muslims take over palestine?

Caliph Omar of the Rightly-Guided Caliphate conquered Palestinefrom the Byzantine Empire. While it is true that Jerusalem wasentered without bloodshed, the conquest of Palestine was actuallyquite violent. The critical battle was the Battle of Ajnadayn (inBeit Guvrin, Israel today) in 634 C.E., but o (MORE)

Why did the Muslims take Palestine?

Answer 1 Allah Almighty sent about 1,24,000 Prophets (May peace be upon themall. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) was the last Prophet. The Muslimsbelieve in all the holy Prophets. Most of them were born, and areburied in Palestine. Thus it is a very sacred land for the Muslims.The Muslims took over this alnd (MORE)

When did muslims get to palestine?

The Muslims firstconquered Palestine in the reign of the Second Rightful caliphHazrat Omar Farooq (RAU) who assumed power on 23 rd August,632 AD. Background; Allah Almighty sent about 1,24,000Prophets (May peace be upon them all) for the guidance of humans.By faith, the Muslims believe in all (MORE)

Is Israel in Palestine?

Yes and No. Palestine has two different definitions and Israel has two definitions. Palestine 1: All of the lands of the former British Mandate of Palestine. Palestine 2: All of the lands not under Israeli control in 1950 that serve as the basis for any current two-state proposal for the State (MORE)

What was the Palestine alphabet?

Palestinians write in Arabic or (less commonly) Hebrew and do this according to the same guidelines practiced elsewhere in the Arab World and Israel respectively. Therefore they use those alphabets. They have no alphabet of their own.

How did the Jews occupy the land of Palestine from the Arab Muslims?

Answer 1 By the 100% help from England, and later by USA. and it was started when Arthur James Balfour who made the Balfour Declaration on the 2nd of November 1917which was a formal statement of policy by the British governmentstating that : "His Majesty's government view with favour the establi (MORE)

Why is Palestine in war?

Answer 1 because it bombs Israel constantly for no reason Palestine brought war to themselves, its their fault there was awar. Answer 2 It depends on which Palestinian conflict the question is referringto. Is it the Arab-Palestinian Conflict? -- which began in 1948, butbecame much more violent (MORE)

Are there Hindus in palestine?

Yes. There aren't many but there are some. (Technically that is wrong as right now Palestine doesn't exist but whatever.)

How did palestine get settled by muslims?

Answer 1 The Muslims first conquered Jerusalem and entered Palestine duringthe second Rightful Caliph Hazrat Omar (RAU) without bloodshed. Ithappened in 7th Century CE. Answer 2 The first Muslims came to Palestine when the territory wasconquered by Caliph Omar in the 630s CE. However, Non-Muslim (MORE)

Is Nazareth in Palestine?

Nazareth is a majority-Palestinian city, but it is currently within the 1949 borders of the State of Israel.

Does Palestine have forests?

There are forests in the North of Israel that extend a little bit into the West Bank, but by and large, Palestine is farmable hill-country.

What is the name of Palestine?

Palestine is its own name. If you are referring to the current nations that occupy the space previously occupied by the British Mandate of Palestine, those nations would be Israel and Palestine.

Are there bears in Palestine?

No species of Bear exist in Palestine today, The Syrian Brown Bear used to roam in historic Palestine, but are extinct in that area.

Why is palestine important to all Muslims?

Palestine is very important to Muslims. Palestine is the home to many Musims, including my own parents. I am Arab American and just as important my American pride is, so is my Palestine pride. Everyone has a natural love and respect for their homeland. It is also said that Day of Judgment will happe (MORE)

Why do Jews Christians and Muslims consider Palestine to be the Holy Land?

It was the place of birth of many Prophets like Zachariah, John, Jesus, Jacob... and it was where Prophet Abraham, father of Isaac and Ishmael; ancestor of Arabs lived.. may peace be upon them all. To it, Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, traveled during night, prayed in the Holy MAsjid then ro (MORE)

What was Palestine originally?

It depends on how far back you wish to go. The earliest archaeologydates settlements near the city of Haifa from 100,000 years ago. Itthen passed hands to early tribe, Proto-Canaanites, Canaanites,Israelites, Philistines, Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians,Persians, Macedonian Greeks, Egyptian Greeks (MORE)

How many not Muslims but Arabs lived in Palestine before the Arab mass immigration in the 20th century?

At the beginning of the 20th century, there were practically no Muslim Arabs in the Holy Land. I understand that this declaration will raise protests , but it is so. When General Allenby, the commander of the British military forces, conquered Palestine in 1917/1918, only about 5000 Muslim Arabs r (MORE)

What is the Palestine War?

Which Palestinian War is the question referring to? Is it one of the wars in the Arab-Palestinian Conflict? -- which began in 1948, but became much more violent in the 1970s and 1980s, killing between 5,000-25,000 Palestinians depending on the estimates used. Is it one of the wars in the Israe (MORE)

Who was the Muslim leader who proved to be the undoing of the European crusaders in palestine?

There were eight crusades (seven of them more or less in Palestine), but the most famous Muslim was the Kurdish-born Sultan of Egypt Yusef ibn Ayyub (which is to say, "Joseph, the son of Job" styled Salah ed-Din (or Glory of the Faith), better known in the West as "Saladin." Saladin was opposed by (MORE)

Are there Buddhists in Palestine?

Not very many. The territories where Palestinians live tend to be almost entirely Muslim. But there absolutely are Buddhists in the neighboring state of Israel, and you should be able to find a Buddhist house of worship there.

What was Ottoman Palestine?

The Ottoman Empire ruled the region of Palestine in three distinctprovinces: the Wilayat of Beirut in the north (which extends intomuch of Lebanon), the Mutasaffirat of Jerusalem (which is bunchedin the center), and the Wilayat of Damascus in the south (whichextends into modern Jordan and Syria. Th (MORE)