• Salem Salama aculty of Business and Accountancy, Lincoln University College (LUC), Selangor, Malaysia
  • Mohammed Nussari Faculty of Business and Accountancy, Lincoln University College (LUC), Selangor, Malaysia
  • Nasser Habtoor Faculty of Business, University of Jeddah, Jeddah, KSA, Saudi Arabia


The administrative system in the Islamic State relied primarily on the Islamic approach, which was represented in the management of people. The Shura Council was established from the best companions of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) in order to advise and secure the borders of the state, thus, what Abu Bakr Siddiq "may Allah be pleased with him" from the control of administrative and security matters inside and outside the city is only a success in the management of the crisis, in addition, the reign of the first caliph (Abu Bakr al-Siddiq) was the proof of the nucleus of the Islamic administration, which was based on the method of prophecy. A successful Islamic administration requires taking lessons from the past and the present in different aspects. Including those related to employees and subordinates and linking this work to self-monitoring and administrative following the principles of Islam, including those related to employees and subordinates and also linking this work with self-monitoring and administrative in accordance with the principles of Islam. The methodology of work is based on deliberate plans based on ethics, logic, arrangement, appreciation, flexibility and finding alternatives that make the Islamic administration have a separate personality in dealing depends religion in dealing with people, we find that the Islamic administration always aims to achieve the meaning of slavery to God Almighty, a basis that does not deviate from the successive leadership in the era of the Caliphate, which its goal is to build the universe following Islamic law, contrary to the goal and goal in the conceptual concept of Western administration, which does not go beyond the mundane framework, and we find that the theory of Meccan philosophy is prevalent in the West. Moreover, Islamic administrative thought can be an essential source for the development of concepts and theories in management that accommodate the reality of the Muslim community and anticipate its hopes, with the potential of this to contribute to the enrichment of global thought Islamic principles and administrative models out of Islamic countries from the weakness of security and economic and cultural confusion, which caused the weakness of the Islamic personality, which most Muslim countries are reeling. The researcher used the descriptive and historical method in this study which is suitable for such studies. Through this research, the researcher reached an important result, which was the possibility of applying an Islamic methodology and benefiting from highlighting the symbols of the Islamic administration through one of the senior companions.


  1. More in-depth studies on how to use the life of the Caliphs to solve contemporary problems.
  2. The firmness, indifference and indecision must be demonstrated in the fateful decisions of the state.
  3. Employee assessment based on ethics, professional.
  4. Demonstrate strong Islamic leadership figures throughout history, emulate them, and show modern Islamic management and identity.


Crisis Management in Islam, Islamic Management, Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Administration, Contemporary Problems


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Salem Salama, Mohammed Nussari, & Nasser Habtoor. (2019). CRISIS MANAGEMENT DURING THE REIGN OF THE CALIPH ABU-BAKER AL-SIDIK AND HOW IT CAN BE UTILIZED TO SOLVE CONTEMPORARY ISSUES. International Journal of Management and Human Science (IJMHS), 3(4), 16-28. Retrieved from