Umar

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Badr – Banu Qaynuqa – Uhud – Banu Nadir – Trench – Banu Qurayza – Hudaybiyyah – Khaybar – Mecca – Hunayn – Autas – Ta'if – Tabouk – Jerusalem 637 –

Conquest of Eastern Roman Empire

Conquest of Syria (634-637)
Conquest of Palestine (635-636)
Campaigns in Eastern Anatolia (638)
Conquest of Armenia (638 & 644)
conquest of Upper Egypt (640-641)
conquest of Lower Egypt (641-642)
Conquest of North Africa (643)

Conquest of Sassanid Persian Empire

Conquest of Iraq (636-637)
Conquest of Isfahan & Tabaristan (642-643)
Conquest of Fars (642)
Conquest of Kerman & Makran (643-644)
Conquest of Sistan (643-644)
Conquest of Azerbaijan (643)
Conquest of Khurasan (643-644)

Umar (Arabic: عمر بن الخطابTransliteration: `Umar ibn al-Khattāb, c. 586–590  – 644[1]) c. 2 Nov. (Dhu al-Hijjah 26, 23 Hijri[2]), also known as Omar, was a friend of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, and one of his companions. He became the second Muslim ruler after Muhammad's death and ruled for 10 years.[3]

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