The Rashidun Caliphate (Arabic: الخلافة الراشدية‎ al-khilafat ar-Rāshidīyah), comprising the first four caliphs in Islam's history, was founded after Muhammad's death in 632, Year 10 A.H.. At its height, the Caliphate extended from the Arabian Peninsula, to the Levant, Caucasus and North Africa in the west, to the Iranian highlands and Central Asia in the east. It was the largest empire in history up until that time.[1] It is also known as the Patriarchal Caliphate.

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ABU BAKR was the first leader and ruler of the Muslims once Muhammad had died in 632 until 634 until he had died. Many features had been given to this country when ruling.

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