Answer to Question #201120 in History for Hammad

Question #201120

Define the reason of advent, success and the murder of Muhammad bin Qasim?


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2021-06-01T06:58:02-0400

Prophet Muhammad (SAW), Islam's last prophet, dramatically transformed Arabia's intellectual worldview. He converted the savage and impious Arabs into a cultured and holy nation in just 23 years. The spread of Islam did not halt after the Prophet's death. Partaab Raye, the Governor of Debal, afterwards imprisoned the Arabs. For this trip, Hijaj dispatched Muhammad Bin Qasim. Superior military weapons, soldier leadership and discipline, the concept of Jihad as a morale booster, and religion all contributed to advent’s success.

The death of Muhammad-bin-Qasim has been a source of contention, with historians holding opposing viewpoints. In his book "Tarik Sind," historian Mir Massum tells a fascinating narrative regarding Muhammad-bin- Qasim's death. Muhammad bin Qasim had taken Dahir's two virgin girls during his Brahamanbad raid. Surya Devi and Parimal Devi were their names. Muhammad-bin-Qasim sent them to the Calipha as a gift. These two young ladies were hell-bent on exacting vengeance on Muhammad-bin-Qasim. When they arrived in Calipha, they told him that Muhammad-bin-Qasim had exploited and dishonored them before sending them to him. The Calipha was so enraged by this that he immediately ordered Muhammad-bin-Qasim to be executed and his body to be sent to him, sewed up in the raw hide of an animal. His request was soon fulfilled.


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