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  • Important Events Between the Battles of Badr and Uhud - I

    Following the Battle of Badr, the military prestige of the Muslims grew across a large area of the Arabian Peninsula, to the extent that the weak among the Mushriks (polytheists) felt a sense of danger, while the strong among them felt that Islam had become prevalent. People started to look forward to belief in Islam. The number of those who embraced.. More

  • Eliminating Anti Islamic-State Instigators-Ka‘b bin Al-Ashraf Assassinated-I

    Important Events Between the Battles of Badr and Uhud: Tribulation mongers are no less dangerous than those who brandish swords to fight the Muslims, for had it not been for these mongers, tribulation would never have risen. This is why the Messenger, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, pursued and killed them to suppress temptation and enable.. More

  • The Battle of Banu Qaynuqaa’ - I

    Important Events Between the Battles of Badr and Uhud According to Az-Zuhri, may Allah have mercy upon him, this battle took place during the second year after Hijrah (emigration). Ibn Sa‘d and Al-Waaqidi, may Allah have mercy upon them, said that it was on Saturday the fifteenth of the month of Shawwaal of the second year after Hijrah. The.. More

  • The Prophetic Treatment of Captives of War - II

    E. Abu Al-‘Aas bin Ar-Rabee‘, the husband of Zaynab, the daughter of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said, When the people of Makkah sent their messengers to the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, to ransom their families, Zaynab, may Allah be pleased.. More

  • An Assassinate Attempt & ‘Umayr bin Wahb Embraces Islam

    ‘Urwah bin Az-Zubayr, may Allah be pleased with him, said, ‘Umayr bin Wahb Al-Jumahi sat with Safwaan bin Umayyah at Al-Hijr [next to the Ka’bah] shortly after the defeat of Badr. ‘Umayr bin Wahb was one of the devils of the Quraysh who would severely harm the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and his.. More

  • The Prophetic Treatment of Captives of War - I

    The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, treated the captives mercifully, justly, firmly, and observed the Da‘wah (propagation) objectives. This was why he varied his ways of treatment. Hence, he killed some of the captives, took ransom for some, released some of them and made a condition for others to teach ten Muslims how to read and.. More

  • A Difference Regarding the Spoils of War - II

    (Continued) The Companions responded to this Divine direction and the verses were revealed telling the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, how he should deal with the spoils. After assigning the spoils to Allah The Almighty and His Messenger, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, Allah The Almighty pointed out how such spoils.. More

  • A Difference Regarding the Spoils of War - I

    It was narrated on the authority of ‘Ubaadah bin As-Saamit, may Allah be pleased with him, that he said, We set out with the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and I witnessed the Battle of Badr with him. The two armies faced each other and Allah The Almighty caused the enemies to be defeated. A group [of Muslims] pursued them, defeating.. More

  • The Prophet's Supplication for Abu Huthayfah bin Rabee‘ah

    In a Hadeeth that was narrated by ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, concerning burying the dead of the Quraysh after the Battle of Badr was over, she said, When he [the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam] commanded that they should be dragged away, he noticed sadness on the face of Abu Huthayfah bin ‘Utbah. The.. More

  • Al-Hubaab bin Al-Munthir's Suggestion before the Battle of Badr

    Having gathered precise information about the Qurayshi forces, the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, quickly moved along with his Companions to Badr to precede the polytheists to the water of Badr and prevent them from appropriating it. He stayed at the nearest part of the water of Badr. Here, Al-Hubaab bin Al-Munthir, may Allah.. More

  • Important Military missions Before the Battle of Badr - II

    After the Quraysh had taken the initiative to declare the state of war against the Muslim state in Al-Madeenah and Allah The Almighty revealed to Muslims the permission to fight, it was natural for the state of Al-Madeenah to deal with the Quraysh according to the necessities of the state of war. The activity of the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alay.. More

  • Important Military missions Before the Battle of Badr - I

    As soon as the Muslims settled in Madeenah under the leadership of the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and as soon as the believing group was established in the new community, it was necessary for the Muslims and their leadership to be alert to the situation around them and the attitude of their enemies - the enemies of the.. More

  • The Turning of the Qiblah -II

    e) Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {So from wherever you go out [for prayer, O Muhammad] turn your face toward Al-Masjid Al-Haraam, and indeed, it is the truth from your Lord. And Allah is not unaware of what you do. And from wherever you go out [for prayer], turn your face toward Al-Masjid Al-Haraam. And wherever you [believers] may be, turn.. More

  • The Jews Defame ‘Abdullaah bin Salaam who Embraced Islam

    When ‘Abdullaah bin Salaam, may Allah be pleased with him, learnt about the arrival of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, in Madeenah, he went to see him and said, “I am going to ask you about three things whose answers are known only to a prophet. What is the first sign of the Hour? What will be the first food to be eaten.. More

  • The Jews Gloat over Misfortunes that Afflicted the Muslims

    The Jews were constantly trying to cause harm to the Muslims and search for anyone who could sow dissention among them. For example, during the early months, they exploited the death of Abu Umaamah (As‘ad bin Zuraarah Al-’Ansaari Al-Khazraji), may Allah be pleased with him,who was one of the twelve deputies who gave the pledge to the Prophet,.. More