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Hazrat Umar Farooq R.A

Hazrat Umar Farooq R.A

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Hazrat Umar (R.A)
In the Eyes of Quran
Allah blessed Hazrat Umar with such
(far-sightedness) and Ilham, thatHazrat Umar’s wishes coincided with 27 Ayats of the Quran
(Izalatul Khifa, ShahWaliullah)
In the Eyes of the Holy Prophet (PBUH)
“O God, strengthen Islam with Umar bin Hisham (Abu Jahl) or Umar Bin Khattab”.
At the time of Hazrat Umar’s entrance to Islam, the Holy Prophet said
“Allahu Akbar”
in such a way that every man and woman in the house knew that Umar hadentered Islam; and they all rejoiced
(Ibn Ishaq).
In the eyes of the Sahaba
‘Abu Bakr did not seek thus world nor did it seek him- the world sought Umar eventhough he sought it not’.
 Hazrat Ameer Muawiya RA
 Hazrat Ali RA
in his love for Hazrat Umar wed his daughter Umm-e-Kulthum tohim, and named one of his sons Umar.
In the eyes of the Ulema
Among all the companions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), only Hazrat Umar was theProphet’s
(prayer/wish) while all others were Mureed-
 Maulana Syed  Ataullah Shah Bukhari
Hazrat Umar over threw the kings of Rome and Persia, the way a football is hitacross an open field – 
 Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangwi
In the eyes of the Non- Muslims
Had Umar lived for another 10 years then the Holy Quran would have beenenforced on the entire Earth
(William Muir, Caliphate: Its rise, decline and fall)
If an isolated episode in Arab History, such as Islam was before the death of theProphet, was transformed into an event of world-wide importance and thefoundations were laid of a Muslim Empire which civil wars, lack of unity andattacks from abroad might shake but could not destroy the chief credit for thesethings must be attributed to the political gifts of Umar 
(Laura Vaglieri, Cambridge History of Islam Volume 6)

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