Caliph Abu Bakr was named khalifat rasul Allah (“successor of the prophet of God”) following the death of Muhammad on June 8, 632 by Medina Muslims. Abu was the father of Muhammad’s favourite wife and accompanied the family during the escape to Medina then during his two-year reign he suppressed rival religious claimants, conquered the tribes of central Arabia, and extended Islamic conquest. The term caliph as a title indicates the civil and religious head of the Muslim state.
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Abū Bakr aṣ-Ṣiddīq ʿAbdallāh bin Abī Quḥāfah popularly known as Abu Bakr, was a … However, shortly after Muhammad died, Abu Bakr and some others left the still-unburied body of Muhammad and … Abu Bakr thus assumed power, ruling over the Rashidun Caliphate from 632 to 634 CE. … He was succeeded by Umar.
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The succession to Muhammad is the central issue that split the Muslim community into several … Both Shia and Sunni sources agree that Abu Bakr, Umar ibn al-Khattab, and Uthman ibn Affan were among the many … After Ali died, his son Hasan ibn Ali succeeded him, both politically and, according to Shias, religiously.
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It is said that Abu Bakr gave more material support to Muhammad than anyone else. In Makkah, he freed many slaves but there is no evidence that he gave any …