Umar

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Umar

(ˈuːmɑː)
n
(Biography) a variant transliteration of the Arabic name for Omar
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At-Tirmidhi relates in a hadith on the authority of Ibn 'Umar: "Do not talk excessively without remembering Allah, because such excessive talk without the mention of Allah causes the heart to harden, and the person furthest from Allah is a person with a hard heart." [2] 'Umar Ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, said: "A person who talks too much is a person who often makes mistakes, and someone who often makes mistakes, often has wrong actions.
The entry is placed between one on Umm Aban bint Utba ibn Abi Lahab, whose husband was a Ghassani client of Quraysh living in Mecca, and another on Ubayda's niece, Umm Amra bint Abi Sufyan ibn al-Harith ibn al-Muttalib, whose husband, a member of the Khuza'a tribe, was 'Umar ibn al-Khattab's governor in Mecca.
They have forgotten about the modesty of Abu Dharr, 'Umar ibn al-Khattab's [the second caliph] profound sense of justice and the courageous dignity and resolve of Salah al-Din Ayyubi.
'Umar ibn al-Khattab fulfilled his will by sending the Jews out of Khaybar to the land of Sham because of their mischievous behaviour and violation of the treaty they had signed with Muslims.