The caliph (or Khalifa in Arabic) is the state ruler and leader. The caliph should rule per the Islam guides and teachings. The imam is religious leader in the mosque and in any other worship gathering. The imam should, also… Full Answer
The name of the first Caliph of Islam was Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) The name of the second Caliph of Islam was Hazrat Umer Farooq (RA) The name of the third Caliph of Islam was Hazrat Usman Ghani (RA) The… Full Answer
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Abou Bakr (1st Muslim Caliph), Omar Ibn Al Khattab, Othman Ibn Affan (3rd Muslim Caliph), and Ali Ibn Abu Taleb (4th Nuslim Caliph). Macolm X is not representing main stream Islam.
DAR means house ALARQAM is a name of a person This place was the first place for Muslims to gather in (secretly), and learn about Islam from Prophet Muhammad. That was because Islam was being fought harshly in its early… Full Answer
The name is Dar es Salaam meaning 'haven of peace' The largest city in Tanzania. The buildings were started by the Sultan of Zanzibar in 1865/1866 . Dar al Salam is a term used by Muslims to denote land where… Full Answer
Islam historically (and more extreme elements currently) divided the world into three general categories: Dar al-Islam (دار الأسلام), Dar al-Harb (دار الحرب), and Dar al-Ahed (دار العهد). These categories are literally translated as: the House of Islam, the House of… Full Answer
The phrasing of the question is off, but the answer you are looking for is "Abode of Islam", which in Arabic is "Dar al-Islam" (دار الإسلام). This designation comes from the Sunnah or Traditions in Islam, which divided the world… Full Answer
The first main 4 Caliphs (who are called the 4 orthodox caliphs) are: HAZRAT ABU BAKR SIDDIQUE (Raddi Allah Unho) The First Caliph of Islam HAZRAT UMAR FAROOQ (Raddi Allah Unho) The Second Caliph of Islam HAZRAT USMAN GHANI (Raddi… Full Answer