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Conquest Of Mecca
Ridda WarsBuzakha Ghamra Yamama Zafar Daumat-ul-Jandal NaqraConquest of the Persian EmpireChains River Walaja Ullais Hira Ein-ul-tamr Muzayyah Saniyy Zumail FirazConquest of Roman SyriaFiraz al-Qaryatayn Bosra Ajnadayn Marj Rahit Yaqusa Al-Uqab Pass Marj Al-Saffar Damascus Maraj-al-Debaj Fahl Emesa Yarmouk Jerusalem Hazir AleppoCampaigns in Armenia and AnatoliaIron Bridge Armenia GermaniciaThe conquest of Mecca
Mecca
(Arabic: فتح مكة‎ fatḥ makkah) is claimed by the Muslim
Muslim
traditional narrative of the Islamic prophet Muhammad's life to be a historical event, when Mecca
Mecca
was conquered by Muslims led by Muhammad
Muhammad
on 11 January 630,[3] (Julian), 20 Ramadan, 8 AH
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Invasion Of Sawiq
The Invasion of Sawiq[1] occurred after the Quraysh's defeat in the Battle of Badr. After suffering the ignominious defeat at the Battle of Badr, Abu Sufyan
Abu Sufyan
ibn Harb, the Quraysh leader, vowed that he would not bathe until he avenges his defeat. Abu Sufyan
Abu Sufyan
gathered two hundred mounted men, took the eastern road through the Nejd and secretly arrived by night, at the settlement of Banu Nadir, a Jewish tribe. However, the Jewish chief, Huwey refused him admission to the Jewish quarters (reportedly out of fear). Abu Sufyan
Abu Sufyan
along with another leader of the Banu Nadir
Banu Nadir
tribe of Jews, Sallam ibn Mishkam, conspired to attack Madinah
Madinah
but they were unsuccessful.[2] Abu Sufyan
Abu Sufyan
took refuge with Sallam bin Mishkan
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Invasion Of Banu Nadir
An invasion is a military offensive in which large parts of combatants of one geopolitical entity aggressively enter territory controlled by another such entity, generally with the objective of either conquering; liberating or re-establishing control or authority over a territory; forcing the partition of a country; altering the established government or gaining concessions from said government; or a combination thereof. An invasion can be the cause of a war, be a part of a larger strategy to end a war, or it can constitute an entire war in itself
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Patrol Of Waddan
A patrol is commonly a group of personnel, such as law enforcement officers or military personnel, that are assigned to monitor a specific geographic area. This is also often referred to as a beat. History Law enforcement
Law enforcement
has learned many things from the past on how to patrol effectively and efficiently. For example, the Kansas City Preventive Patrol
Patrol
Experiment found that no matter how big the police presence crime will not change.[1] In 1972, the Kansas City Police Department held an experiment to find how police presence effects the general public.[2] The Police department was sent out in 15 patrol beats around the city
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Ridda Wars
The Ridda Wars (Arabic: حروب الردة), also known as the Wars of Apostasy, were a series of military campaigns launched by the Caliph
Caliph
Abu Bakr
Abu Bakr
against rebel Arabian tribes during 632 and 633, just after Muhammad
Muhammad
died.[1] The rebels' position was that they had submitted to Muhammad
Muhammad
as the prophet of God, but owed nothing to Abu Bakr. Some rebels followed either Tulayha or Musaylima or Sajjah, all of whom claimed prophethood. Most of the tribes were defeated and reintegrated into the Caliphate
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Invasion Of Dul Ashir
An invasion is a military offensive in which large parts of combatants of one geopolitical entity aggressively enter territory controlled by another such entity, generally with the objective of either conquering; liberating or re-establishing control or authority over a territory; forcing the partition of a country; altering the established government or gaining concessions from said government; or a combination thereof. An invasion can be the cause of a war, be a part of a larger strategy to end a war, or it can constitute an entire war in itself
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Battle Of Naqra
The Battle of Naqra took place in October 633 between rebel armies and Khalid ibn al-Walid's army during the Ridda Wars.v t eCampaigns of Khalid ibn al-WalidCampaigns under MuhammadHudaybiyyah Mu'tah Demolition of al-Uzza Banu Jadhimah Ta'if Hunayn Mecca Banu Jadhimah Tabouk Dumatul Jandal 2nd Dumatul Jandal NajranRidda WarsBuzakha Ghamra Yamama Zafar Daumat-ul-Jandal NaqraConquest of the Persian EmpireChains River Walaja Ullais Hira Ein-ul-tamr Muzayyah Saniyy Zumail FirazConquest of Roman SyriaFiraz al-Qaryatayn Bosra Ajnadayn Marj Rahit Yaqusa Al-Uqab Pass Marj Al-Saffar Damascus Maraj-al-Debaj Fahl Emesa Yarmouk Jerusalem Hazir AleppoCampaigns in Armenia and AnatoliaIron Bridge Armenia Germaniciaللالاق On-line Resources[edit] A.I
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Conquest Of Fadak
The Surrender of Fadak, also spelt Fidak,[1][2][3] or Fidk took place in May 628AD, 2nd month of 7AH of the Islamic calendar.[4][5] The Prophet Mohammed
Mohammed
had found out that the People of Fadak
Fadak
had collected in order to fight the Muslims alongside the Khaybar
Khaybar
Jews. Therefore, he sent Ali
Ali
to them.[6] The people of Fadak
Fadak
surrendered without a fight, and pleaded for a peace treaty in exchange for giving away half their land and wealth to Mohammed.[7] Fadak
Fadak
became Mohammad’s private property (a Fai), as there was no Muslim fighters involved in Fadak
Fadak
to share the booty with
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Third Expedition Of Wadi Al Qura
MohammedSa‘d bin ‘Ubada Al-Hubab bin Mundhir Abbad bin Bishr and Sahl bin Haneef[1]UnknownStrengthUnknown Entire tribe (unknown)Casualties and losses1 killed[3] 11 killed[4]v t eCampaigns of Muhammad Ghazwah
Ghazwah
(expeditions where he took part)Abwa Buwat Safwan Dul 1st Badr Kudr Sawiq Qaynuqa Thi Bahran Uhud Asad Nadir 2nd Nejd 2nd Badr Jandal Trench Qurayza Lahyan Mustaliq Treaty Khaybar Fadak Qura Dhat Baqra Mecca Hunayn Autas Ta'if TaboukThird Expedition of Wadi al Qura, also known as the Campaign of Wadi al Qura[5]
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Expedition Of Dhat Al-Riqa
The expedition of Dhat al-Riqa took place in October 625 AD, 5AH of the Islamic Calendar,[4] but some other Muslim scholars believe it took place after the Battle of Khaybar
Battle of Khaybar
in 627 AD, i.e
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Battle Of Autas
The Battle of Autas or Awtas[1] [2] was an early battle involving Muslim forces, fought in the year 630 in Awtas, after the Battle of Hunayn, but prior to the Siege of Ta'if.[3] Muhammad
Muhammad
came with 12,000 fighters against a coalition of tribes. An ambush took place and a rain of arrows were fired on the Muslims.[4] The Muslims, however, came out victorious,Contents1 Background 2 Battle 3 Primary sources 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] A league of mountain tribes hostile to Muhammad
Muhammad
formed an alliance to attack him. The league consisted of Thakefites, Hawazins, Joshimites, Saadites and several other hardened mountain tribes. According to Islamic tradition the valley of the Banu Sa'd (who Irving called "Saadites") is where Muhammad
Muhammad
was nurtured as a child and was also purified by an Angel.[5] The "Thaqifites" were idolaters who worshipped Allāt
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Expedition To Tabouk
The Expedition to Tabouk, also known as the Expedition of Usra, was a military expedition, which, was initiated by Muhammad in October, AD 630, 8 AH. Muhammad led a force of as many as 30,000[1] north to Tabouk in present-day northwestern Saudi Arabia, and managed to capture Tabouk.Contents1 Preparations 2 Expedition 3 See also 4 ReferencesPreparations[edit] Following rumours of a Byzantine invasion,[1] the Muslims as well as allies of Muhammad, received an urgent call to join the campaign. But the Arabs of the desert showed little interest. Many came up with excuses not to participate
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Expedition Of Khalid Ibn Al-Walid (Banu Jadhimah)
Expedition of Khalid ibn al-Walid,[5] to Mecca, against Banu Jadhimah, took place in January 630 AD, 8AH, 9th month, of the Islamic Calendar.[6] Khalid ibn al-Walid
Khalid ibn al-Walid
was sent to invite the Banu Jadhimah tribe to Islam. They accepted the invitation, but Khalid took all of them prisoners and executed a portion of the tribe anyway (before he was stopped).[7][8][9]Contents1 Expedition against Banu Jadhimah 2 Islamic sources2.1 Islamic primary sources 2.2 Modern scholars3 See also 4 ReferencesExpedition against Banu Jadhimah[edit] On his return from Nakhla expedition to destroy al-Uzza, Khalid bin Al-Waleed at the head of 350 horsemen of Helpers, Emigrants and Banu Saleem was despatched once again in the same year 8 A.H to the habitation of Bani Khuzaimah bedouins,[10] who were Sabaeans,[11][12] His mission was to invite them to Islam. Many of the tribe members accepted the offer and converted to Islam
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Expedition Of Khalid Ibn Al-Walid (Najran)
Expedition of Khalid ibn al-Walid,[1] to Najran, took place in 10AH of the Islamic Calendar,[2] Around June 631 AD.[3] The event is mentioned partly in the Quran
Quran
verse 3:61.[4][5] The event is also mentioned by the Muslim jurist Tabari, who mentions that Muhammad wrote a letter to Khalid ibn al-Walid
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Expedition Of Khalid Ibn Al-Walid (2nd Dumatul Jandal)
Khalid ibn al-Walid invaded the city of Dumat Al-Jandal
Dumat Al-Jandal
in April 631 AD, under the orders of Muhammad to retaliate for the killings of preachers that had previously been sent by him. He also ordered Khalid to destroy an idol that was worshipped by the Bani Kalb tribe.[1][2] This was the second time Khalid was sent on a military invasion to Dumat Al-Jandal. He was also sent to Dumatul Jandal in March 631 to invade the land of a Christian prince who ruled the area.[3][4][5][6]Contents1 Wadd 2 Expedition 3 Islamic primary sources 4 See also 5 ReferencesWadd[edit] Main article: Wadd Wadd (Arabic: ود‎) meaning the God of Love and Friendship, also known as Almaqah, ʻAmm and Sīn, was the Minaean moon god. Snakes were held sacred to the believers of Wadd
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Invasion Of Banu Qurayza
Muslim VictorySuccessful 25-day siege of Banu Qurayza tribe[1][2]BelligerentsMuslims Banu QurayzaCommanders and leadersMuhammad Ali ibn Abi TalibStrength3000 infantry, 30 horsemen Unknown [1]Casualties and losses2 killed[1]600–900 beheaded (Tabari, Ibn Hisham)[1][2][3] All Males who reached puberty and 1 woman beheaded (Sunni Hadith)[4][5][6]v t eCampaigns of MuhammadGhazwah (expeditions where he took part)Abwa Buwat Safwan Dul 1st Badr Kudr Sawiq Qaynuqa Thi Bahran Uhud Asad Nadir 2nd Nejd 2nd Badr Jandal Trench Qurayza Lahyan Mustaliq Treaty Khaybar Fadak Qura Dhat Baqra Mecca Hunayn Autas Ta'if TaboukThe Invasion of Banu Qurayza[1] took place in the Dhul Qa‘dah during February and March of 627 AD (5 AH).[7] The Banu Qurayza initially told the Muslims that they were allied to them during the Battle of the Trench, however, later they sided with the Pagan Arabs of Quraysh and th
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