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Abu Talib was in a dilemma. Such a betrayal was in total conflict with his lofty character. But at the same time he could not refuse the repeated demands of the kuffaar deputations. If the Kuffaar put the sun in my one hand and the moon in my other hand, I shall not desist from my mission. They left no stone unturned in their persecution of any Muslim on whom they managed to lay their hands.
Once while he was performing Namaaz, a group of kuffaar loaded the intestines and tripe of a camel on his blessed back while he was in Sajdah. He was able to rise only with great difficulty. They expressed their mirth with loud laughter when he could not lift his head.
Along the road, they would strike him with stones and throw impurities at him. They plotted to kill him and were always engaging in conspiracies against him. From the treatment which they meted out to Rasulullah A — -j 4— jit M 4j L-rf could be gauged the hardships which they inflicted on his companions. In so far as the companions were concerned, there was no impediment to prevent them i. Hadhrat Bilal radhiyallahu anhu would daily be laid on his back on the burning sand at midday and be pierced with thorns.
A very heavy boulder would be placed on his breast. He could, therefore, not even move under the heavy rock while burning on the sand and pierced by thorns. Fire would be lit on all sides so that he perishes in such torturous circumstances. He was given the choice of renouncing Imaan or death under such extreme torture. When all this torture was in vain, they shackled him with chains at night and took turns to flog him to create open wounds which would give him excruciating pain the next day when he had to undergo the routine torture in the hot sun.
But, from the tongue of this sincere devotee of Allah was heard nothing besides 'Ahad! Allah is One! Similar tortures were inflicted on Hadhrat Ammar radhiyallahu anhu and his father, Hadhrat Yasir radhiyallahu anhu. As a result of these tortures, Hadhrat Yasir died within a few days. Abu Jahal murdered Hadhrat Ammar' s mother by 14] piercing a spear into her private organ.
It was the time of great patience. This inability of mine applies to a greater degree in regard to the life-stories of the numerous Sahaabah. Firstly, the pen shudders. Secondly, every sentence written will increase the volume of the book.
I fear that my respected brethren will not find time to peruse a bulky volume. Furthermore, if the book's price becomes high on account of its size, everyone will not purchase it. It is not the good fortune of everyone to spend money for the sake of the Deen. Yes, everyone is, however, by the means to purchase any number of cinema- tickets.
Many of them left for Habshah Abyssinia. The king of Habshah, Ashimah, whose title was Najashi, granted them asylum and protection. They passed their days in comfort here. This was the first migration to Habshah, which occurred in Rajab of the fifth year of Nubuwwat. The group consisted of 1 1 or 12 males and 4 or 5 females. The second group which departed for Habshah consisted of 83 males and 18 females.
This is known as the second migration to Habshah. Out of sheer stupidity the kuffaar of Makkah attempted to extend their persecution of the Sahaabah to even Habshah. On the 1st Muharram of the 7th year of Nubuwwat, the kuffaar of Makkah schemed a new plan of persecution. A total boycott was put into effect. They were not allowed to emerge from the valley.
Neither were they permitted to procure any food from outside nor was anyone permitted to enter the valley with any provisions. After a short while when their little food rations were depleted, one period of starvation followed another. Women and children were in dire straits as a result of starvation.
The pledge which the kuffaar had made with regard to the imprisonment and embargo was not a verbal one nor was it the plan of a few. All the chiefs of Makkah had signed the document imposing the embargo and imprisonment. The 15 scribe of this document was Mansr Ibn Ikramah Abadri.
The punishment which Allah Ta'ala inflicted on him was that both his hands become paralysed. After 3 years of patient suffering and endurance in the prison of the valley, Allah Ta'ala by His limitless mercy inspired some people to violate the pledge. Some persons among the kuffaar and mushrikeen developed pity for the Muslims.
He added that if this is true, then they should refrain from this action and lift the embargo. When it was discovered that the document had truly disintegrated, those who were initially opposed to the boycott were further embolded to violate the pledge. Thus, Rasulullah fL—. However, soon two grave events took place. His uncle, Abu Talib died. His presence had restrained the kuffaar of Makkah on many occasions.
Also, his beloved and devoted wife, Hadhrat Khadijah radhiyallahu anha passed away. This material support in worldly form was thus also taken away. Although the kuffaar of Makkah perpetually mocked him and hurled at him a variety of epithets such as sorcerer, magician, fortune-teller, madman, etc.
This was his prime concern. When finally he despaired as a result of their intransigence, he commenced his tabligh in the areas surrounding Makkah. He approached every tribe with the Message of Tauhid. However, they all rebuffed and mocked him. In Taa-if when he attempted to carry out his mission, the chiefs not only mocked and jeered him, but organised street urchins and other vagabonds to stone him.
In consequence of the shower of stones which rained on him his shoes were dyed red with his blood. Returning from Taa-if, he sat at one place, grief-stricken and making the following dua: "O Allah! With You Alone do I register the complaint of my weakness, my forlornness and my disgrace among people. O Most Merciful One! You are the " Rabb of the weak. Only You are my Rabb. Towards whom have You assigned me?
Have You handed me to an alien who detests me or to some enemy into whose control you have placed me? O Allah! If You are not displeased with me, then I care for none. Your protection suffices for me. I seek refuge with that Nr of Your Countenance which brightens all darkness and on which all affairs of this world and the hereafter are rectified, from Your Wrath settling on me or from Your Anger descending on me.
Remove Your Anger from me so that You become pleased with me. There is neither strength not power, but with You. The fruits of success are also in proportion to the sacrifices offered in the Path of Allah. The episode at Taa-if was indeed a great struggle and sacrifice.
The fruit of this noble sacrifice was the highest Proximity to Allah Ta'ala in the form of the Mi'raaj. No one ever attained such Divine Proximity. The greatest and most wonderful gift bestowed to the Ummah on the occasion of this Mi'raaj is the five daily Salaat which were ordained obligatory. Salaat is a medium for communing with Allah Ta'ala. At the same time it is the most important act of Ibaadat.
The plight of those who turn their faces away from divine proximity by refraining from Salaat is most lamentable. In the pursuit of a few coins and for the proximity of rulers of a few moments, they sacrifice their lives and even their Deen. Inspite of its great significance for Muslims, the episode of Mi'raaj became a target for the mockery of the kuffaar.
It provided them with an additional excuse for jeering and reviling the Muslims. This practice was the cause for the establishment of an Islamic presence in Madinah in the eleventh year of Nubuwwat. The inhabitants of Madinah while visiting Makkah for their needs or for Hajj would embrace Islam and return to Madinah. The Muhaajireen of Makkah further augmented the number of the Muslims in Madinah. There was thus a substantial number of Muslims now in Madinah. They all desired that Rasulullah.
However, he would repeatedly inform them that Allah Ta'ala has not yet commanded him to migrate. Thus, he waited in Makkah Mukarramah in anticipation of Allah's command, spending night and day in ibaadat. Meanwhile the kuffaar were hatching their plots of vengeance without respite. But, he endured all the hardships with great patience.
It was plotted that the killing should be executed by five people belonging to five different tribes so that it will pose a formidable task for Banu Haashim to take revenge in the event they do decide on this course of action, thus compelling them to accept payment of diyat monetary compensation for a killing instead. Simultaneously he was granted permission to migrate. To thwart the kuffaar, he asked Hadhrat Ali karramallahu wajhah to sleep in his bed.
He handed over to Hadhrat Ali all articles of trust which the people of Makkah had consigned to his care inspite of their hatred. After having made this arrangement, he stepped out of his home during night time while the kuffaar had surrounded his house. Miraculously, he became invisible to them. He went to Hadhrat Abu Bakr radhiyallahu anhu and took him along with him. They hid themselves in the Cave of Thaur where they remained for three nights. In the morning when the kuffaar realised that they had been outwitted, their anger knew no bounds.
Search parties were sent in all directions. But being in the protection of Allah Ta'ala, he remained safe. After a stay of three nights in the Cave of Thaur, they set off for Madinah Tayyibah. En route to Madinah, they stayed four days at Quba. Quba is a small settlement close to Madinah. He arrived in Madinah on Friday 12th Rabiul Awwal. So far a few episodes pertaining to Hijrat Migration and the stay in Makkah have been narrated by way of example. I lack the ability to enumerate these anecdotes in detail.
Readers too lack the time for copious reading. Both social and political affairs devolved on him. He also had to cope with the opposition and conspiracies of the Jews and Munaafiqeen Hypocrites who were perpetually involved in the creation of obstacles for the nascent Islamic Movement. When someone asked Hadhrat Aishah radhiyallahu anha regarding Rasulullah 's trips into the wilderness, she replied: "Yes, he would frequent these valleys.
Once when he had planned to go into the desert, he sent a rebellious she-camel to me with the instruction: 'Be kind to it. Don't be harsh with it. Kindness creates beauty in all things. When the Muslims migrated to Madinah Munawwarah, they encountered difficulty regarding the Salaat times. The Sahaabah would estimate the time for Jamaat Salaat and gather in the Musjid. Ultimately, all the Sahaabah gathered to discuss this problem. A variety of solutions was offered.
One opinion was to raise a flag high up at the time of Salaat. Seeing the flag, all would gather for Salaat. Some suggested the blowing of a trumpet, the ringing of bells, etc. He said that bells were the way of the Nasaara while the bugle was the method of the Yahood.
Muslims should not adopt the ways of the kuffaar. The problem thus remain unsolved. During the same night an unseen angel apprised Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Zaid radhiyallahu anhu of the words of the Athaan. I was partially asleep and partially awake when someone instructed me with these words i. He instructed Hadhrat Bilal to mount an elevated place and announce these words. When Hadhrat Umar radhiyallahu anhu heard this proclamation, he hurried dragging along his shawl out of sheer exhilaration and said: 'O Rasulullah!
I too heard someone reciting these words 20 days ago. But due to modesty I did not inform you. In my humble opinion this was to reward him for the tremendous hardships he had to endure in the initial stage of Islam at the hands of the kuffaar of Makkah. Although the reason for this preference is said to be the loud voice of Hadhrat Bilal, it is not negatory of my opinion.
However, when the fasts of Ramadhaan were decreed obligatory, the fast of Aasha remained as Mustahab. The anecdotes of sacrifice and devotion of these noble men are famous. The brotherhood between the Ansaar and Muhaajireen was established in this first year.
The items which she received for her wedding were a bed, two sheets, one pillow, two silver bangles, one water-bag and two earthenware jugs. Muslims were still facing Baitil Maqdis during Salaat. This year, changing of the Qiblah was ordained. Baitullah became the permanent Qiblah of the Muslims. The Battle of Badr also took place in this year. In this battle the small number of Muslims consisting of faced the kuffaar army of In supplication he raised his hands so high that his shawl fell from his blessed shoulders; tears cascaded down his cheeks and he petitioned: "O Allah!
Fulfil Your promise today. Today is the day of aid. If this small band of devotees is eliminated today, there will remain no one to take Your Name. There are only these few who know You. They are called Your devotees. Aiding them is Your responsibility. The honour of Islam is in Your power.
Besides this miraculous act, the aid of angels was visible to all. A Sahaabi says that in this battle while he was pursuing a fleeing kaafir, he suddenly heard a tremendous lash of a whip striking and a voice exclaiming: "O Haizm! However, every kaafir whom he the Sahaabi pursued fell dead infront of him. The nose of the kaafir was split open and his body had turned green on account of the whip's lash. A very weak and thin Sahaabi had apprehended Hadhrat Ibn Abbas.
When the Sahaabi was asked about him capturing such a strong wrestler as Ibn Abbas, he said that he was aided by a man whom he had never seen before nor saw again thereafter. Allah's help was with the Muslims in this memorable and decisive battle. Hence, only five Muhaajireen and eight Ansaar were martyred.
They were buried in the very garments they had on their bodies. After the cessation of the battle, Rasulullah d — j! On the fourth day, he came to the well and said: "Now you must be wishing: 'Alas! Would that we had accepted Allah and His Messenger. Have you too obtained your promise? He was the first among the Muhaajireen to have died. Hadhrat Hasan radhiyallahu anhu was born in this year in the month of Ramadhaan.
The Battle of Uhd in which Muslims participated took place in this year. The number of the kuffaar was He placed 50 archers under the command of Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Jubair behind the army to guard a vulnerable point. They were left near to the Hill Dirrah to prevent the enemy from making an attack from the rear. The Muslims achieved victory and the kuffaar fled in disarray in all directions. The Muslims then started to collect the spoils of war. The archers guarding the rear thought that their instruction to guard the rear was only while the battle was in progress and had now terminated with the ending of the battle and a clear victory for the Muslims.
There was no need now to remain there. So they thought. Although their Ameer, Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Jubair radhiyallahu anhu vehemently forbade them from abandoning their post, they disobeyed him. Only the Ameer and ten men were left at the post. Khalid Bin Walid, who was not yet a Muslim, was swift to take advantage of the unguarded mountain pass.
Taking the army he made a sudden attack on the Muslims from this point. In consequence of this sudden swoop, 70 Sahaabah were martyred among whom was Hadhrat Ameer Hamzah radhiyallahu anhu as well. The profuse bleeding weakened him greatly. Hadhrat Ali karramallahu wajhahu repeatedly washed his face. But the flow of blood did not stop.
Hadhrat 24 1 Faatimah radhiyallahu anha then burnt a piece of a straw-mat and filled the wounds with the ashes to stem the flow of the blood. The sudden attack had broken the ranks of the Muslims who were forced to scatter in disarray. Hadhrat Humzah radhiyallahu anhu loudly called the scattered Sahaabah. After regrouping, the Sahaabah valiantly faced the kuffaar in battle. The ultimate result of the ensuing intense fighting was the defeat of the kuffaar who were routed. Very senior Sahaabah were martyred in this battle.
Hadhrat Hamzah fell at the hands of the Habshi slave, Wahshi, who struck him with his sword. Hadhrat Hamzah radhiyallahu anhu took two or three steps forward and fell down. The news of the progress of the battle's events reached Madinah Tayyibah.
Women and old men became fearful. A sense of fear had gripped everyone in Madinah. The heart-rending episode of Beer-e-Manah The Well of Manah in which 70 Sahaabah, all of whom were Huffaaz, were martyred, occurred in this year.
Only Hadhrat Umar Bin Umayyah radhiyallahu anhu escaped. The details of this tragic event are narrated hereunder. He expressed his desire to embrace Islam, but added that he feared his people. He requested that a few intelligent Sahaabah accompany him to his people. The purpose was for the Sahaabah to propagate the Deen among the people. Aamir Bin Malik assured that he would be responsible for the safety of the Sahaabah. He also sent a letter in which the chiefs of Nadj were invited to accept Islam.
The group halted at a place between Makkah and Asfaan. This place was known as Beer-e-Manah. When they came close to their destination, Hadhrat Hiram instructed the two companions to wait while he went on a reconnoitring mission.
He said that if he was granted Amaan Pledge of Safety , the two should also come. If Amaan was not granted, they should return. He added that instead of all three being slain, the better option was for only him to be killed. On reaching the settlement, Hadhrat Hiram radhiyallahu anhu announced: "I am the envoy of Rasulullah.
If I am granted Amaan immunity I will deliver his message. I am victorious. After he was martyred, he was conferred with the honour of the 26 Malaaikah taking his body to the heavens. They made a sudden attack and martyred all the Sahaabah. Although it was his noble habit to refrain from invoking curses, nevertheless, he recited in Fajr Salaat for 21 days Qunt-e-Nazilah in which he invoked curses on these kuffaar.
The Battle of Banu Nadheer also took place in this year. The natural characteristic of the Jews was always to employ deception and engage in conspiracy. It was their treachery which led to this battle. They then plotted to kill them by hurling rocks from ontop of the wall. But, he was informed of this treacherous design by means of Wahi, hence they moved away.
However, these miserable people relying on the promised aid of Abdullah Bin Ubay and other Munaafiqeen, made preparation for war. But, none of these hypocrites came to their aid. The orchards and properties of Banu Nadheer were razed by fire. Finally, they sued for peace. They were allowed to take with them as much of their wealth and belongings as they could carry.
They were, however, not permitted to take any weapons with them. While they were departing they demolished their homes to render them uninhabitable for the Muslims. They carried with them even the doors and other timber taken from their buildings and settled in Khaibar. The prohibition of liquor was revealed during this siege. During this very year Rasulullah' s wife, Hadhrat Zainab Bint-e-Khuzaimah died after a marriage lasting 8 months.
In this battle, the Sahaabah on account of their poverty, were bare-footed and without riding animals. Their feet became swollen and wounded. For some relief, the Sahaabah tied pieces of cloth around their feet. It is for this reason that this battle has been named Thaatur Riqaa' or the Battle of cloth-pieces. On their return from the battle, the Sahaabah camped in a wilderness at midday. In order to gain some rest they spread out.
He hung his sword on the tree. Suddenly his eyes opened and he saw a kaafir with drawn sword standing over him. The kaafir said: "Muhammad! Tell me who can now save your life? Salaat-e-Khauf was ordained in this fifth year of Hijrat. A famous anecdote of this year was Rasulullah 's falling from the horse and injuring himself. As a result, he had to stay five days at Mashrabah. Also in this year did the Munaafiqeen spread their slander against Hadhrat Aishah. This episode is known as the Episode of Ifq.
In an attempt to assail her chastity and honour they spread an evil rumour. On its return journey, the army encamped at a certain place. Hadhrat Aishah went into the veld to answer the call of nature. On the way her necklace broke and was lost, but she only realised this when she had returned to the tent.
She immediately went back to the veld in search of her necklace. She spent quite a while searching for the lost necklace. By the time she had returned to camp, the army had departed. She was very light in weight, hence the bearers of her hoedaj did not realise that it was empty. Hoedaj is a small cabin in which ladies of Purdah would be moved from place to place by male-bearers.
It was his duty to retrieve any items which may have been left behind or dropped by members of the party moving ahead. When he arrived at the place where the army had halted and saw Hadhrat Aishah alone in the wilderness, he loudly exclaimed in astonishment: The sound of his voice woke her from her sleep.
When she saw Hadhrat Safwaan, she immediately concealed her face because the law of Purdah had already been revealed. Hadhrat Safwaan observing the greatest degree of honour and respect, alighted from the camel. He made the camel sit down and Hadhrat Aishah mounted.
Thus, they continued the journey with Hadhrat Safwaan leading the camel on foot. According to the narration of Bukhari, which is in fact narrated by Hadhrat Aishah, not a word of conversation passed between them. This is the entire unadulterated episode which had transpired.
However, the Hypocrites taking advantage of this event, plotted to accuse Hadhrat Aishah of having had an affair with Hadhrat Safwaan. Three simple Sahaabah whose integrity and sincerity are unquestionable, were also unwittingly embroiled in this plot of the Munaafiqeen. Hadhrat Aishah was blissfully unaware of the slanderous rumours which were floating around.
He consulted several Sahaabah on this issue. Every one of them emphatically proclaimed her innocence and chastity. Hadhrat Aishah' s slave-girl, Hadhrat Bareerah vehemently vouched for her honour and innocence. On the other side, Hadhrat Aishah was being consumed by grief and sadness. She could not fathom the reason for Rasulullah' s coldness towards her. The former love seemed to have disappeared. During this time, once she went out to answer the call of nature. She was accompanied by her friend who was the mother of Hadhrat Mistah.
Along the way, Hadhrat Aishah was informed of the rumour by her friend. She also apprised her of the scandal which was raging in this regard throughout Madinah. Her already weakened body suffered further. She was overtaken by a severe fever. She came home and wept uncontrollably. He gave her consent. When Hadhrat Aishah met her mother, she cried profusely.
Her mother tried to console her, but to no avail. She was heart-broken and distressed. At her mother's home, she cried and sobbed for a day and two nights without stop. If you are chaste, most assuredly Allah Ta'ala will exculpate you. If you had erred, then repent. Allah will forgive you. Answer on my behalf. What can I say? She too replied similarly. Thereupon, Hadhrat Aishah said: "I was a young girl who had not yet learnt the Qur'aan properly.
Since the slander regarding me has settled in your heart, you will not believe me even if I proclaim my innocence. Now, I can say nothing other that what Hadhrat Yusuf's father had said: 'Patience is beautiful. And Allah is the One from Whom aid is sought regarding that which you are fabricating.
After making this brave stand, her tears dried up. Allah Ta'ala is Independent and all things happen according to His Wisdom. Now the beads of perspiration - a sign of the progression of Revelation - were forming on his mubaarak forehead. Hadhrat Jibraeel alayhis salaam appeared with 1 8 aayaat of Surah Nr in which Hadhrat Aishah' s innocence, purity and chastity were emphatically asserted.
Upon the cessation of the Revelation, Rasulullah pS. Her joy knew no bound. In her state of ecstatic elation she expressed her gratitude to Allah Ta'ala. The Shariat's law of punishment for slanderers of chaste women was also announced. Thus, the slanderers were flogged 80 lashes each. The Battle of Khandaq The Trench also took place in this fifth year. It is for this reason that this battle is called the Battle of the Trench.
The huge trench was dug on the advice of Hadhrat Salman Far si radhiyallahu anhu. The famous episode of Hadhrat Jabir's invitation happened during the time the trench was being dug. He hastened to his house and instructed his wife to prepare whatever food there was.
He explained to her the dire strait of Rasulullah' s hunger. A goat which they owned was slaughtered and some dough was kneed. When he was told, he commented: "Well and much. Let's go! Meanwhile Hadhrat Jabir ran home in anxiety. Full of concern she said: "I will be put to shame infront of all.
The food is very little. He blew on the food and the dough. A short while later the food was ready to 31 be served. A thousand guests ate and there still remained food. For the past 6 years, the Sahaabah Kiraam had neither seen the Ka'bah nor their homeland Makkah. During this time he dreamt that together with his Sahaabah he had gone to perform Umrah.
When he narrated this dream, all the Sahaabah prepared themselves to visit the Ka'bah. The first camp put up was at Zul Hulaaifah. He informed that the kuffaar of Makkah were making preparations for war to prevent the Muslims from entering Makkah.
He, therefore, instructed the Sahaabah to follow another route. He then called for a guide. Hadhrat Hamzah Bin Amr Aslami volunteered. The Sahaabah were then led by him through torturous mountainous terrain. The Sahaabah repeatedly recited these words. Rasulullah p — mj a — jU M. He also ordered them to walk on the right side. Hadhrat Abu Bakr radhiyallahu anhu was of the opinion to refrain from all hostility unless attacked.
He said that since the motive of the journey was not to fight, they should continue. If prevented by the kuffaar, then only should measures be taken to repulse them. Finally, the party of Sahaabah reached Hudaibiyyah. Here they were met by Budail Bin Warqah accompanied by a group of men.
The intention was only to perform Umrah. The kuffaar, however, rejected Rasulullah's request for a peaceful entry and permission to perform Umrah. Hadhrat Uthmaan radhiyallahu anhu was sent as the envoy to negotiate a peace treaty with the kuffaar. But the Quraish were adamant in their refusal. The negotiations were prolonged. A rumour spread among the Muslims that Hadhrat Uthmaan was martyred. Allah's Pleasure. When the kuffaar learnt of this Pledge, they quickly sent their envoy to negotiate a treaty.
The Sahaabah, in fact, were not prepared to accept these conditions and were determined to fight, but, the kuffaar again exhibited their intransigence. An example of their pettiness was their rejection of Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem being written in the treaty document. They averred that they were not aware of Rahmaan. They insisted on writing their customary invocation 'Bismillaahi Allaahumma'. They further, rejected the inclusion of the phrase, "Muhammad, the Rasool of Allah".
Suhail who was the kuffaar' s scribe recording the terms of the treaty said: "If we accept you as the Rasool of Allah, then there will not be this dispute. We shall not agree to you writing 'the Rasool of Allah'. Write 'Muhammad Bin Abdullah'. I am the Messenger of Allah regardless of how much you deny it. Hadhrat Ali declared his inability of effecting this deletion. Ultimately, after considerable bickering and obstinacy the treaty was finalised. The following were among the terms of the treaty: 1.
The Muslims should go back this year without performing Umrah. They would be allowed the following year for only three days. All warfare to cease for 10 years. Any member of the Quraish who having embraced Islam seeks asylum with the Muslims in Madinah should be returned immediately. If a Muslim comes to Makkah, he shall not be sent back to Madinah. It is obvious that these conditions were all in favour of the kuffaar. All the Sahaabah, especially Hadhrat Umar radhiyallahu anhu were enraged by these unjust terms.
Nevertheless the treaty was ratified with the signatures of both parties. In fact it did materialize. Since the time and year of the predicted Umrah were not specified in the dream, it was not necessary for the dream to have materialized that very year. The authenticity of the dream therefore remains unassailable. Many events had transpired during the course of the enactment of this treaty.
Two significant episodes will be recorded here. He was in chains and being tortured. He managed to escape from prison. Still in fetters, he stumbled into the Muslim camp believing that he had reached safety. Suhail who was the kuffaar' s delegate in the negotiation of the treaty was Abu Jundal' s father. He slapped his son and insisted on taking him back into captivity.
The terms were, therefore, not yet in force. But, Suhail was adamant. Abu Jundal exclaimed that he had embraced Islam and narrated the hardships to which he was subjected. Only Allah Ta'ala is aware of the grief and anger which crossed the hearts of the Muslims. He consoled Abu Jundal and exhorted him to adopt sabr patience , adding that soon Allah Ta'ala will be opening an avenue for him. After the finalization of the treaty, another Sahaabi, Abu Baseer who had embraced Islam, arrived in Madinah Munawwarah.
The kuffaar sent two men to bring him back. I have embraced Islam and have come. Are you returning me into the claws of the kuffaar? Hadhrat Abu Baseer was led back in the custody of two kaafirs. Along the way he started to flatter one of the guards. He praised the quality of the guard's sword. The guard feeling flattered removed his sword from the scabbard and boasted: "I have practised with it on many people.
Taking the sword, Abu Baseer swiftly disposed of the guard. When the other guard saw what had happened he took flight. Hadhrat Abu Baseer radhiyallahu anhu appeared on the scene and said: "O Rasulullah! You have honoured your Pledge by having returned me. I have no pact with them, hence am not responsible to them for anything. They have attempted to force me from my Deen, hence I have done this.
Abu Baseer had a helper. If the kuffaar came for him, he would again be handed over. He left and set up his hideout along the sea-shore. Meanwhile Hadhrat Abu Jundal whose story has already been narrated, managed to escape from Makkah. He linked up with Abu Baseer. Thereafter, whoever embraced Islam in Makkah linked up with these fugitives. Soon they had grown into a sizeable group.
They had to bear the hardships and austere conditions of the wilderness where there was neither food nor any settlement. But, an avenue had opened up for them. They waylaid every caravan of the cruel kuffaar which passed that way. They fought the infidels and captured the merchandise. They were occupying a vantage point where the caravans of the kuffaar of Makkah had to pass. They thus wrought havoc and rendered the kuffaar helpless.
When Rasulullah's letter reached Abu Baseer radhiyallahu anhu , he was in his last illness. Even here they involved themselves in conspiracies against Islam. They instigated the kuffaar to rise against the Muslims. Thus, the Battle of Khaibar took place in the seventh year to put an end to the mischief of the Jews.
All the forts were captured. When the Jews lost all hope, they sued for peace and offered to live in subjection under Muslim domination. They offered to take the Muslims as partners in their farms. Since they were experienced farmers, the Jews offered to do the actual farming while the Muslims would receive a share of the yield.
Thus were the lives of the Jews spared. Hadhrat Safiyyah who was the daughter of Hubay Bin Akhtab and of the progeny of Harn alayhis salaam was captured in this battle by the Muslims. The prohibition of mu'tah temporary marriage was decreed in this 7th year. Also, was prohibited the meat of asses and of all beasts of prey.
In accordance with the Treaty of Hudaibiyyah of the 6th year, Rasulullah set off with Sahaabah to perform the Umrah. In terms of the pledge, they stayed three days in Makkah and returned to Madinah Munawwarah. It was his intention to have the walimah feast in Makkah. But the kuffaar would not relent.
They refused to extend the 3 day period of grace allowed by the Treaty. The walimah was therefore held at a place called Saraf while returning from Makkah. This was where the Nikah took place and precisely at the spot where the tent was set up, did Hadhrat Maimunah radhiyallahu anha die in the year 5 1. His noble character constrained him to accept the 38 gift.
As he placed a piece of the meat in his mouth, the meat spoke by the permission of Allah Ta'ala. It said: "O Rasulullah! Do not eat me. Poison has been added to me. One Sahaabi who had already ate some of the meat, died. At the time of death the affect of the poison asserted itself. In the month of Jamaadil Awwal, the Sahaabah went to war against a very large Christian army. This was the famous Battle of Mootah. The incident which sparked off this battle was the killing of Harith Bin Umair radhiyallahu anhu.
Three thousand Sahaabah went to battle against the Christian army which numbered more than , In view of the great odds against them, the Sahaabah were somewhat apprehensive. Some of them advised that reinforcements be called from Madinah before embarking on the attack. But, the majority of the Sahaabah opposed the proposal of delaying the attack.
They were confident of Allah's aid. In the event of him too being martyred, Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Rawahah should assume the reins of leadership. If he too is martyred, the Muslims should then appoint as their Ameer whomever they wished.
A Jew who was listening to this conversation commented that these three persons will most certainly be martyred. He had based his conclusion on similar instruction given by former Ambiya. These instructions implied that the events surmised will definitely happen. Thus, as it happened, these three stalwarts of Islam were martyred and Hadhrat Khalid Bin Walid radhiyallahu anhu became the commander of the army. The appointment of Hadhrat Khalid turned the tide against the Romans.
The Muslims swept through the Christian forces like a hurricane. In this battle, Hadhrat Khalid changed his sword nine times. In view of the abundance of blood his sword repeatedly became ineffective. Finally, the Roman army was decisively defeated.
Only 12 Muslims were martyred. The Muslim army returned victorious to Madinah Munawwarah. From the time Musjid-e-Nabawi was built until now i. One of the women of the Ansaar said that her slave was a good carpenter.
If permission is given, she would instruct him to make a mimbar. It was then decided to have the mimbar made. The slave, Maimoon built the mimbar. The timber for the mimbar was brought from Ghaabah a place about 9 miles from Madinah. Unable to bear this separation, the tree-trunk miraculously cried profusely. May my mother and father be sacrificed for you. A tree-trunk on which you would lean before the erection of the mimbar cried on account of being separated from you. You then had to console it with your blessed hand.
O Rasulullah! Your Ummat deserves to cry more than a tree -trunk over your separation. En route to Makkah, another 2, joined the army. Allah Ta'ala at last granted them the taufeeq of accepting Islam. He was reciting the aayat of Surah Fath. His head was bowed in humility. He entered Makkah as an embodiment of gratitude to Allah Ta'ala. The Battle of Hunain also took place in this year. The Bedouins of the tribes of Hawazin and Thaqeef deemed it expedient to attack the Muslims.
They assembled in Hunain and prepared for battle. The Muslims on this occasion felt a measure of over-confidence because of their large number and equipment. Some Muslims, in fact, became proudful, having reposed their reliance on their material superiority. Allah, The Independent One, disapproved of this attitude. As a lesson to them, Allah Ta'ala inflicted temporary 41 defeat on them in the initial stage of the battle.
Their ranks were broken and they dispersed in disarray. Finally, Allah Ta'ala granted the Muslims victory. The Muslim army thereafter laid siege to Taa-if for 18 days. It was announced that whoever left the fort would be free. About 10 persons left the fort after this announcement. At Ja'raanah, he tied his ihraam and performed Umrah on 24 Thil Qa'dh. After this Umrah he departed for Madinah. Although defeated in the Battle of Mootah, the Christians still cherished the idea of attacking Madinah Tayyibah.
On this occasion the heat was extreme and the Sahaabah were suffering dire straits of poverty. A great effort was therefore made to raise funds for this campaign. The ladies even contributed whatever jewellery they possessed. Despite this state of the Muslim army, the Christians became very fearful and petitioned for peace. The duration of the whole journey was two months. This was not a true Musjid. It was established by the Munaafiqeen as a venue of conspiracy for plotting against the Muslims.
A detachment of Muslims under Hadhrat Abu Bakr radhiyallahu anhu left to make the necessary Hajj arrangements. Thereafter Hadhrat Ali karramallahu wajhah was despatched to announce the total dissociation from the kuffaar. These verses of Baraa'ah severing ties with the kuffaar and annulling the pacts are mentioned in Surah Baraa'ah.
He also participated in the funeral and burial. Channel location and language Urdu. Channel history. Share statistics. Posts archive. Aaj ki Hadees 20 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 19 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 18 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 17 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 16 Jun, 1. And the best of you are those who are best to your women. Aaj ki Hadees 15 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 14 Jun, 1. Woh shakhs jahan par kharch karne ki zaroorat ho wahan par kharch nah kare, chahay woh zaroorat Shariat ki roshni mein ho ya murawwat ki roshni mein, to aise mein us ki miqdaar Moueen karna mumkin nahi hota.
Mard ki zimma daari hai ke woh apni biwi aur aoulaad par araf ke mutabiq kharch kare. Ahlo Ayal ke nan wa nafqe mein khana pina, libaas, rehaish aur deegar biwi aur bachon ki zarooriyat shaamil hain ke jin ke baghair guzara mumkin nahi jaise ke ilaaj, taleem aur deegar zaroori akhrajaat waghera. Aaj ki Hadees 13 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 12 Jun, 1. They said: No filth would stay on him. Aaj ki Hadees 11 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 10 Jun, 1. Hazrat wabisah bin ma'bad r.
Aaj ki Hadees 09 Jun, 1. We are the last of the people of this world but the first on the Day of Resurrection for whom judgment will be passed before all other creatures. Aaj ki Hadees 08 Jun, 1. As for the two traces: A trace resulting in Allah's cause, and and a trace resulting from one of the duties that Allah made obligatory. Nedamat ke aansuo ke woh qatray jo sajda mein gunahgaro ki aankhon se girte hain, itne qeemti hain ke Allah taala ki rehmat un ko shaheedon ke khoon ke barabar wazan karti hai.
Aaj ki Hadees 07 Jun, 1. Isi tarah aaj maldari hai kal mohtaji aa sakti hai is liye agar Allah taala ne aap ko sahib e maal banaya hai, aap ke paas maal wa doulat ki kasrat hai, to usay Khairo bhalai ke kamon mein kharch karte rahiye, mohtajon, miskeeno, yatimon, bewao waghera ke haqooq ko ada kijiye.
Aaj ki Hadees 06 Jun, 1. Aisha then asked Allah's Apostle about the punishment of the grave. He said, Yes, there is punishment in the grave. Aisha may Allah be pleased with her added, After that I never saw Allah's Apostle but seeking refuge with Allah from the punishment in the grave in every prayer he prayed. Aaj ki Hadees 05 Jun, 1. I intended by it to memorise it. Aaj ki Hadees 04 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 03 Jun, 1.
Aaj ki Hadees 02 Jun, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 01 Jun, 1. Inform us of the best among us from our worst. And the worst of you is he whose goodness is not hoped for, and people are not safe from his evil. Aaj ki Hadees 31 May, 1. Keep me alive as long as life is better for me, and let me die if death is better for me. Aaj ki Hadees 30 May, 1.
And whoever prays Isha and Fajr in congregation, then he has the reward as if he had spend the entire night standing in prayer. Aaj ki Hadees 29 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 28 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 27 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 26 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 25 May, 1. If it pleased him, he would eat it and if it did not he would leave it. Aaj ki Hadees 24 May, 1. Aur aaj aam taur par dekha jaye der se sona hamari tarz zindagi ka hissa bann chuka hai yaa yun keh le aadat bann chuki hai, ab chahe mobile phone ka istemal ho yaa der raat ki fizool guftgu, ye naa sirf waqt ki barbadi hai balke ye insaan ke chain o sukoon par haawi hone ka sabab banti jaa raha hai.
Aaj ki Hadees 23 May, 1. When Allah loves a people He tests them. Whoever accepts that wins His pleasure but whoever is discontent with that earns His wrath. Allah taala apne bandon par azmaish narazgi ki wajah se nahi dalta balkay ya to makrooh cheez ko door karne ke liye ya gunaho ke kaffare ke liye aur ya martaba buland karne ke liye aazmata hai aur bandah jab khushi khushi usay qubool kar leta hai to yeh maqsad haasil ho jata hai. Aaj ki Hadees 22 May, 1. Sahaba ne kaha: Ae Allah ke rasool!
Except that they face some financial hardship, until Allah's command comes and they will be in the same situation. The companions said: O Messenger of Allah! Where will they be? Aaj ki Hadees 21 May, 1. Phir maal ki qasrat is darje mein hogi ke ek shakhs dinar bhi agar kisi ko dega to is par bhi woh naraaz hoga. Phir fitnah itna tabah kun aam hoga ke arab ka koi ghar baki naa rahega jo iski lapait mein naa aa gaya hoga. Phir sulah jo tumahrale aur bani Al asfar nasaare rome ke darmiyan hogi, lekin woh dagha karenge aur ek azeem lashkar ke sath tum par charhai karenge.
Is mein 80 jhande honge aur har jhande ke matehat andar 12 hazaar fouj hogi yani 9 laakh 60 hazaar fouj se woh tum par hamla oor honge. A: I went to the Prophet during the Ghazwa of Tabuk while he was sitting in a leather tent. He said, Count six signs that indicate the approach of the Hour: my death, the conquest of Jerusalem, a plague that will afflict you and kill you in great numbers as the plague that afflicts sheep, the increase of wealth to such an extent that even if one is given one hundred Dinars, he will not be satisfied; then an affliction which no Arab house will escape, and then a truce between you and Bani Al-Asfar i.
Under each flag will be twelve thousand soldiers. Aaj ki Hadees 20 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 19 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 18 May, 1. Avoid sitting on the roads. They the people said, O Allah s Apostle! We can't help sitting on the roads as these are our places here we have talks. The Prophet said, ' l f you refuse but to sit, then pay the road its right ' They said, What is the right of the road, O Allah's Apostle? Aaj ki Hadees 16 May, 1. Shall I tie camel and then rely upon Allah , or leave it loose and rely upon Allah?
Bina koshish kar insaan ko tawakkal karne ke liye nahi kaha gaya, balkay kaam karne ke sath sath Allah par bharosa aur tawakkal insaan ko sahih nateeja deta hai aur woh bhi uss waqt ke jab woh apne kaam, apne kaarobar, apni mulazmat ya sirf apne maadi wasail ke taabe nahi rehta, balkay unko istemaal karne ke sath sath apne paalne ALLAH wale par bharosa kare. Aaj ki Hadees 15 May, 1. Whomever is not able,then with his tongue, and whomever is not able, then with his heart.
That is the weakest of faith. Aaj ki Hadees 14 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 13 May, 1. Then those who spent the night among you ascend , and He Allah will ask them, although He knows best: 'In what condition did you leave My slaves. Allah taala ko har cheez ka ilm hai, woh firshton se apne bandon ki baabat isliye poochta hai taakay firshton par bhi ahle imaan ka fazl wa Sharf wazeh ho jaye.
Aaj ki Hadees 12 May, 1. The Prophet said, He is a man in whose ears or ear Satan had urinated. Aaj ki Hadees 11 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 10 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 09 May, 1. Verily, those who scorn My worship, they will surely enter Hell humiliated. Aaj ki Hadees 08 May, 1. I will teach you a statement: Be mindful of Allah and He will protect you. Be mindful of Allah and you will find Him before you.
And if they were to gather to do something to harm you- you would never be harmed except that Allah had written for you. The pens are lifted and the pages are dried. Aaj ki Hadees 07 May, 1. Whoever is focused on the Hereafter, Allah will settle his affairs for him and make him feel content with his lost, and his provision and worldly gain s will undoubtedly come to him.
Aaj ki Hadees 06 May, 1. Yahan rab maane ka maane wa matlab us rab ke liye har tarah ki ibadat ko khaas karna hai, isliye ke Allah ko qayenaat ka khaaliq wa maalik maane aur us ki robubiyat ko tasleem karne mein mushriqeen arab wa ghair arab ko aitraaz naa tha, unka asal marz yahi tha ke woh Allah ko rab aur khaaliq wa maalik mante hue us ki ibadat mein dosro ko shareek karte the.
Aaj ki Hadees 05 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 04 May, 1. Someone asked: Will that be because of our small numbers at that time? He replied: No, you will be numerous at that time: but you will be scum and rubbish like that carried down by a torrent, and Allah will take fear of you from the breasts of your enemy and last enervation into your hearts. Someone asked: What is wahn enervation. Aaj ki Hadees 03 May, 1. Ye mauka bhi ramzan ki tarah saal mein ek bar ata hai, lehaza isko zaya naa kiya jaye kyu ke zindagi ka koi bharosa nahi.
Allah hume amal ki taufeeq de. Aaj ki Hadees 02 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 01 May, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 30 Apr, 1. Whoever pays it before the Eid prayer, it is an accepted Zakah, and whoever pays it after the prayer, it is ordinary charity. Aaj ki Hadees 29 Apr, 1. Aaj ki Hadees 28 Apr, 1. Shab e qadr ki kuch digar nishaniyan salaf us saliheen aur ahle Allah ke tajarbaat ki roshni se bhi saabit hain, woh ye ke iss makhsoos raat mein farishton ke nuzul ki wajah se ek khaas qisam ka itmenaan mehsoos hota hai, ye raat khuli aur roshan hoti hai, iss raat mein kaif wa suroor ki kefiyat chhai rehti hai.
ALLAH taala hum sab ko iss ba barqat raat ko ibadat karne ki taufeeq ata farmaye. Aaj ki Hadees 27 Apr, 1.
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