Battle of River

Battle Of River

Campaigns under Muhammad

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  • Uhud
  • Trench
  • Hudaybiyyah
  • Mu'tah
  • Demolition of al-Uzza
  • Banu Jadhimah
  • Ta'if
  • Hunayn
  • Mecca
  • Tabouk
  • Ridda Wars

    • Buzakha
    • Ghamra
    • Yamama
    • Zafar
    • Daumat-ul-Jandal
    • Naqra

    Conquest of the Persian Empire

    • Chains
    • River
    • Walaja
    • Ullais
    • Hira
    • Ein-ul-tamr
    • Daumat-ul-Jandal
    • Muzayyah
    • Saniyy
    • Zumail
    • Firaz

    Conquest of Roman Syria

    • Firaz
    • Qarteen
    • Bosra
    • Ajnadayn
    • Marj Rahit
    • Damascus
    • Maraj-al-Debaj
    • Fahl
    • Emesa
    • Yarmouk
    • Jerusalem
    • Hazir
    • Aleppo

    Campaigns in Armenia and Anatolia

    • Iron Bridge
    • Armenia
    • Germanicia

    According to Arab and Muslim sources, the Battle of River took place in Mesopotamia (Iraq) between the forces of the Rashidun Caliphate and the Persian Empire. Muslims, under Khalid ibn al-Walid's command, defeated the numerically superior Persian army.

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