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Muhammad Bin Qasim By Naseem Hijazi

    Muhammad Bin Qasim By Naseem Hijazi

    Muhammad Bin Qasim is a book in Urdu from 1957. It’s about a young Muslim hero, Muhammad bin Qasim, who started Muslim rule in India.

    The tale begins with Raja Dahir, the boss of Hind. He wasn’t nice to his people and even attacked Muslim boats at Debal port.

    Then, Hajjaj bin Yusuf, a big shot from Iraq, sends his nephew, Muhammad bin Qasim, with a small army to sort things out. Qasim was smart in battle.

    He rescued Muslims and won fights in Daybul and Brahamanabad. He was also kind to regular folks and prisoners, which made them like him more than the mean old rulers.

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    While chasing Raja Dahir deep into Sindh, Qasim talks his way through problems with local leaders. The writer, Hijazi, makes the story more exciting with letters between Qasim and princess Humaira, showing their feelings during the wars.

    In the end, Qasim wins big. He captures the capital, Alor, after a tough fight with Raja Dahir.

    His efforts helped spread Islam in India. This book is still one of the top stories about Muhammad bin Qasim, a real Muslim hero.

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