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Previous Figure Next Figure. The Rashidun Caliphs par Tayeb El-Hibri specializes in classical Arabic historiography and in medieval and modern Arabic literature. The story of the succession to the Prophet Muhammad and the rise of the Rashidun Caliphate AD is familiar to historians from the political histories of medieval Islam, which treat it as a factual account.
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