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Mohammed (PBUH)

  • Period: Apr 30, 622 to Apr 30, 624

    The Battle of Badr

  • Sep 23, 622

    Migration from Macca to Madinah

    Migration from Macca to Madinah
    Mohammed (PBUH) migrated from Mecca to Madinat because they found it impossible to live in any longer. They knew if they satyed there they would be killed so they all got together and migrated only taking the belongings they thought they needed.
  • Mar 10, 624

    The reason behind the War

    The reason behind the War
    The Prohphet (PBUH) gathered his comrades and planned an attack on the caravan to make up for the items that they left behind in Mecca. Abu Suffian was a clever leader and he learnt about the prophets plan so he changed his route and escaped. Though he sent for Quraish asking for their help. Even though Abu Suffian escaped the attack on the caravan Abu Jahal the leader of Quraish thought that even if they escaped the attack if they didn't retaliate then the attacks may continue.
  • Mar 10, 624

    The Caravan

    The Caravan
    Abu Suffian lead a caravan back from Syria to Mecca and on the way he passed by Madeenah. That is when the prophet made the plan to attack the caravan. The two reasons for this is firstly, because there was a struggle with power and this would have broken the bind Quraish had on the power. Te second is to make up for the things that the other Muslims and himself left in Meccah.
  • Mar 15, 624

    Abu Jahl Marches towards Madeenah

    Abu Jahl Marches towards Madeenah
    When Abu Jahl heard about the threat agaist his caravan he selected 1000 warriors to accompany him in an attack againd Mohammed to protect his caravan and title. while Abu Jahl marched to Madeena he heard that the caravan was safe and that he should have gone back. Even though he got the message he continued to go to a place near Madeenah and celebrate there in Badr for three days in a show of power. The muslims heard about his stay and decided to challenge him.
  • Mar 17, 624

    The Battle of Badr

    The Battle of Badr
    There were 313 lightly armed Muslims that joined their leader the prophet Mohammed (SAW). They fougt against 1000 heavily armed polytheis. With the help of Allah the Muslims killed many of the polytheis including their leader Abu Jahl and imprisoned seventy of them.
  • Feb 17, 625

    Battle of Uhud

    Battle of Uhud
    The battle of Uhud (the battle of the trench) took place a year after the battle of badr. During this battle there were 3000 fighters from Meccah led by Abu Suffyan who were invading Madeenah. There were only 700 fighters who were led by the prophet to try and stop the invasion. In addition to that the cavalry of the Meccans greatly outnumbered the cavalry of the Muslims by such a high ration of 50:1 meaning that for every fifty horse that the Meccans have the Muslims have 1. These two armies fo
  • Feb 27, 625

    Batle of Uhud Part 2

    Batle of Uhud Part 2
    the Muslims have 1. These two armies fought on the mountain of Uhud, which was located just outside of Madeenah. The prophet cleverly posted about 50 arches on a rocky hill to be to prevent the Meccans to attack the Muslims from the rear and were ordered not to move from their posts unless they were told to. Soon the confidence of the Meccans army began to fade away as the Muslims were able to push back their lines and had an almost assured victory.
  • Feb 27, 625

    Battle of Uhud Part 3

    Battle of Uhud Part 3
    Soon the confidence of the Meccans army began to fade away as the Muslims were able to push back their lines and had an almost assured victory. Out of mere greed the Muslim archers abandoned their posts and soon the Meccans Cavalry found their weak spot and mercilessly attacked. The Muslims were soon over run and many of them were injured and killed and the rest retreated.
  • Feb 28, 625

    The Aftermath and Lesson in the battle

    The Aftermath and Lesson in the battle
    There were almost 70 Muslims that were killed in the battle including Hamza and Musab making the battles ground a graveyard for many young strong Muslims and the prophet (PBUH) was also injured. This battle also taught the Muslims a very important lesson about greed and military discipline. After the Muslims great victory in the battle of Badr the people thought they were in Allah’s favor and were sure to win this battle as well, but they were wrong.
  • Mar 2, 625

    Message in the Quran

    Message in the Quran
    Soon after the battle a verse of the Quran was revealed and showed that the greed was the reason for the Muslims defeat, Allah described in this passage that the battle was both a test and punishment for the Muslims. Though even after that battle the Meccans goal wasn’t fully achieved because they wanted to destroy the Muslims once and for all.
  • Apr 9, 627

    Battle of Khandaq (trench)

    Battle of Khandaq (trench)
    The battle of Khandaq was the third battle between that the non believers declared against the Prophet (PBUH) and the Muslims and it was also one of the most important battles they fought. This battle was among the last between the Muslims and the Meccans. Though for this battle the Muslims had a plan, they dug a trench around Madina making it much more difficult for the Meccans to invade. Though after a fierce war and the help from god the Muslims won.
  • Treaty of Hudubiya

    Treaty of Hudubiya
    Six years after the prophet and his followers left their hometown Macca they began to long for it and miss it, as well as yearned to see their house of worship the Kaaba. So the prophet sent out an envoy to seek permission to enter Mecca and after some long discussions the Muslims and the Meccans came to an agreement. Where the following year the Muslims would be allowed to visit Meccah for a total of three days.