Siege of Ctesiphon 637 – Early Muslim Expansion DOCUMENTARY

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Kings and Generals animated historical animated documentary series on the Early Muslim Expansion continues with the aftermath of the battles of Yarmouk and al-Qadisiyyah of 636, as the Muslim armies push deeper into the Sassanid empire. The capital of the empire Ctesiphon was besieged in 637.

Previous episode covering the battles of Yarmouk, al-Qadisiyyah, Damascus, and others during campaigns in Mesopotamia and Levant:
Third Crusade Documentary:

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The video was made by MalayArcher ( while the script was researched and written by Matt Hollis. This video was narrated by Officially Devin ( &

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  2. Even though the army of Islam is mostly made up of Arabs in early days of Islam, many nations filled up Islam's army. Thus we like to be called Muslims not Arabs. It is because of Islam we became victorious those day, not because of our nation.

  3. The current Shia come from the Safavids who never accepted the Muslims crushing their ancestors. As a result they created their own religion and persecuted Sunnis in their area ever since the 16th century.

  4. Islam spread because of justice and peace the Qur`an which brought good to the world at the hands of the prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, the seal of the prophets❤😢

  5. Khalid Ibn Al Walid is one of my favorite of all ancient generals and battle commanders, what a wonder it would be to be able to witness the events of his era. His generosity is what led to his dismissal, but in my opinion it only made him greater. He wasn’t as attached to materialistic things as others were, often greatly rewarding his men.


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