Abu-Bakr [ä bo͞o′ bek′ərä bo͞o′ bä′kər]
A.D. 573-634; successor of Mohammed & 1st caliph of Islam (A.D. 632-634): father of Aisha: also Abu-Bekr [ä bo͞o′ bek′ər]

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  • Abū Bakr — Abu Bakr Abdallah ibn Abi Quhafa as Siddiq (arabisch ‏أبو بكر عبد الله بن أبي قحافة الصديق‎, DMG Abū Bakr ʿAbd Allāh b. Abī Quḥāfa aṣ Ṣiddīq; (* 573 in Mekka; † 23. August 634 in Medina) war der erste der vier „rechtgeleiteten“ Kalifen, der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abu Bakr II. — Abu Bakr II. († 1346) war Kalif der Hafsiden in Ifriqiya (1318 1346). Abu Bakr II. übernahm 1318 die Herrschaft im Hafsidenreich. Ihm gelang nach längeren Kämpfen mit anderen Thronanwärtern und den Beduinen die Befriedung des Reichs. Auch konnte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ABU BAKR — AB 樓 BAKR (570 env. 634) Premier calife musulman, ami, beau père et successeur du Prophète Mahomet ‘Abd All h, Ab Bakr reçut le surnom de ‘At 稜q (affranchi), puis celui d’al Sidd 稜q (le crédule), parce qu’il aurait été le premier à avoir cru… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Abu Bakr — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Abu Bakr as Siddiq Obtenido de Abu Bakr …   Wikipedia Español

  • Abu Bakr II — was the ninth mansa of the Mali Empire. He succeeded his nephew Mansa Mohammed ibn Gao and preceded Kankan Musa I. Abubakari II appears to have abdicated his throne in order to explore the limits of the ocean ; however, his expedition never… …   Wikipedia

  • Abu Bakr — For other people with the name, see Abu Bakr (name). Abu Bakr Caliph Abu Bakr s empire at its peak, 634. Khalifat ul Rasūl (Prophet s successor) …   Wikipedia

  • Abu Bakr — Abou Bakr Religion religions abrahamiques : judaïsme · christianisme · islam …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Abu Bakr — Altpersische Miniatur: Die Anwesenden in Sakifa schwören Abu Bakr den Treueid. Rechts neben ihm sitzt Umar, der seine Wahl ermöglicht hatte Abu Bakr Abdallah ibn Abi Quhafa as Siddiq (arabisch ‏أبو بكر عبد الله بن أبي قحافة الصديق‎, DMG Abū… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abū Bakr — born с 573, Mecca, Hejaz, Arabian Peninsula died Aug. 23, 634, Medina One of the close Companions of the Prophet Muhammad and the first Muslim caliph. Some Muslim traditions say he was the first male convert to Islam after Muhammad. He became… …   Universalium

  • Abu Bakr —    The first caliph (q.v.). From 632 634 he administered the political state created by Muhammed the Prophet (q.v.). Abu Bakr organized the first concerted attacks on Byzantine territory in 633 and 634, winning victories in Syria and southern… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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