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The Glorious Sirah Lesson 20
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The Glorious Sirah Lesson 19
The Glorious Sirah Lesson 19 by Islamic Media Podcast
The Glorious Sirah Lesson 18
Quraysh violates one of the conditions of the Hudaybiyah Treaty. They send Abu Sufyan to prevent war without any avail. After being captured, Abu Sufyan embraces Islam.
The Prophet enters Makkah in the blessed month of Ramadan, 8 H, without fighting, wearing a black turban. Our Prophet says, “O Quraysh, people of Makkah, what do you think I am going to do to you?” They say, “We expect good from you. You are a good brother and cousin.” Our Prophet, sallallahu ^alayhi wa sallam, says, “Go. You are free.” A large tribe called Hawazin ambushes the Muslims in the valley of Hunayn, hurling arrows and projectiles at them. The battle intensifies. God puts fear in the hearts of Hawazin and they are defeated. At the end of the 8th Hijriyy year, a son named Ibrahim, is born to the Prophet with his slave Mariyah. However, he lives for less than two years. The Prophet weeps for his death and states that weeping out of sadness for the departure of a dear one is permissible.
The Glorious Sirah Lesson 17
The Messenger of Allah sends messages to various rulers of the area, including The King of Abyssinia; the Vicegerent of Egypt; the Emperor of Persia; Heraclius, the King of the Byzantines (Romans); the Governor of Bahrain; the Governor of Yamamah; the King of Damascus; and the two kings of Oman. Some of the rulers embrace Islam upon receiving the message, others do not embrace Islam but are polite, and others act furiously concerning the message’s contents.
The Muslim army opens the eight fortresses of Khaybar. Jewish men are spared provided they worked in the land and half the product be given to the Muslims.
A Jewish woman poisons the meat for the Prophet who miraculously survives it. Abu Hurayrah embraces Islam. The Prophet marries Safiyyyah and Ramlah.
The Muslims encounter the huge Roman army in Mu’tah where three leaders are martyred in succession. Khalid Ibnul-Walid “The Sword of God” takes over the command and saves the Muslim army from defeat.
The Glorious Sirah Lesson 16
Banun-Nadir are expelled to Kahybar in the 4th year. Banu Quraydhah surrender to the Prophet in the 5th year. A few of them become Muslim.
Moreover, the Prophet is victorious over the Arab tribe Banul-Mustaliq, who was planning to attack Madinah. Many of them embrace Islam after the Prophet marries a woman of them called Juwayriyah.
Additionally, several men spread a rumor that Lady ^A’ishah committed adultery with a Companion called Safwan. Allah reveals her innocence and the punishment of whipping them for such a slander.
In the 6th year, a treaty at Hudaybiyah between the Muslims and the pagans of Makkah is signed. Despite the apparent disadvantage to the Muslims, within two years, the treaty results into opening Makkah, all of Makkans embracing Islam, and other people entering Islam in large numbers.
The Glorious Sirah Lesson 15
At Uhud, due to the archers’ deserting their posts, the enemy came behind the Muslims, and the Prophet was separated from his Companions. However, the Prophet as well as several Companions continued their fight.
A short time afterwards, Muslims managed to resume control over the battle. However, seventy (70) Companions were killed, one of whom was Hamzah, the Prophet’s uncle.
Moreover, the blasphemers disfigured the dead Muslims’ bodies, including cutting off their noses and ears making necklaces of them. Hind, Abu Sufyan's wife, chewed Hamzah’s liver. In the fifth year, three groups of blasphemers formed an alliance to attack Madinah. However, Muslims surprised them with a wide trench that prevented them from entering Madinah. Then, Allah sent a fierce, fearful, and uncompromising wind during a dark, chilling night. The wind hit the Allied Factions, turned over their pots, uprooted their tents, and spread terror among their ranks.