Dirar bin Al-Azwar and his heroism are in doubt


  • Uday Sahar Abbas


Dirar bin Al-Azwar, Fake Championships, Circle of Doubt, Malik bin Nuwayra, Islam


The Arabian Peninsula was united after the Islamic religion spread in it, as the Noble Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him and his family, laid down the rules and principles of Islamic law. After that, the caliphs after him began to follow the approach that the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him and his family, set in spreading the Islamic religion outside the Arabian Peninsula, and the conquests began. Islam and the battles in the places where Muslims arrive to call for this religion. During those battles and conquests, many heroes and leaders appeared who had a significant impact in spreading that call. Historians have had an important impact in illuminating the actions and achievements of those heroes. Historians represent the means of propaganda and media in the process of transmitting Tournaments and battle incidents, and while reporting the news, there was a bias among some historians in favor of specific heroes, exaggerating their status. This affects the integrity of the transmission of historical material and requires researchers to be careful, accurate, and investigate facts to find out whether these heroes really performed heroics or whether they were fictitious. It is doubtful, and Dirar bin Al-Azwar is one of the heroes whose heroism and deeds he performed are doubted. The research (Dirar bin Al-Azwar and his heroism in the circle of doubt) aims to introduce the character of Dirar bin Al-Azwar and the actions he performed according to what was reported in historical sources, while highlighting Shedding light on the questionable narratives and comparing them with the original historical narratives available in the first sources that deal with this subject, in order to uncover the circumstances and the truth of the heroic aura that was painted around that character, and did Dirar ibn al-Azwar really deserve those qualities with which he was branded? Did he actually perform heroic and positive deeds that deserve attention, or was all of this a myth created by the imagination?!