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Ghazwa-e-Khandaq’s Lesson for All Pakistanis. When God’s Help Read this same event excerpt from two urdu and one english book. 1. Ghazwa e Khandaq Ke Baare Main Muqamal Maloomat: ARY QTV: Ghazwa-e- Khandaq (Ghazwa-e-Ahzaab) Ka Waqia – Urdu. English (US); Español. The Battle of Khandaq (Arabic: غزوة الخندق, Battle of the Trench) or The Battle of Aḥzāb (Arabic: غزوة الأحزاب, Battle of the Confederates) took.

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The same as what the Prophet s said happened until God released Mecca by his Prophet s. Four thousands of them along with three khanxaq horses and 1, camels were from Quraysh tribe and its confederates. ND Kahn 1 Prof. Because the people of Adal and Qarah had betrayed the Muslims and killed them at the opportune moment, Maududi believes the metaphor means the Qurayza were thought to be about to do the same.

On the day of Al-Ahzab i. Then, he visited Quraysh and Ghatafan and informed them about Banu Qurayza’s regret and disloyalty.

Battle of the Trench

Nu’aym met the Prophet s covertly. Then they surrendered, and the Apostle confined them in Medina in the quarter of d.

Huyayy ibn Akhtabalong with other leaders from Khaybartravelled to swear allegiance with Safwan ibn Umayya at Makkah.

While excavating the ground, Muslims came across an extremely impenetrable rock. Campaigns led by Muhammad s conflicts Muhammad in Medina.

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Battle of the Trench – Wikipedia

Violent winds blew out the camp fires, taking away from the Confederate army their source of heat. When the Lord your God delivers it into your hand, put to the sword all the men in it. The Quraysh came out with their company of men from various tribes and their followers, under the leadership of Abu Sufyan Sakhr bin Harb.

He made doors for trench and the responsibility of guarding them lay urdi a person from each tribe. The Prophet s ordered people to dig a trench before them, having Mount Sal’ behind.

Watt conjectures that the Meccans at this point began to contemplate that conversion to Islam would be the most prudent option.

The idolators came and made camp to the north of Al-Madinah, near Uhud, and some of them camped on the high ground overlooking Al-Madinah, as Allah khzndaq Having been injured in the Battle of Badrthus being deprived of participating in the Battle of Uhud’Amr was fresh enough to throw down the challenge and call for an opponent.

Muslims remained silent, while they were overwhelmed with panic.

Al-Ankaboot 46 to Al-Azhab 30 2nd Editionp. In this battle they dug a trench to render the enemy cavalry ineffective.

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Polytheists’ defeat and withdrawal in the Battle of Khandaq paralyzed them in a way that it was impossible for them to rearrange their army and devise another scheme for a fight. Abdul Islam Khursheed 1 Dr. He replied, ‘Will you never understand? The blockade of Muslims kept on for fifteen days. Bilal Aslam Sufi 1 Dr. The strength of the confederate armies is estimated around 10, men with six hundred horses and some camels, while the Medinan defenders numbered 3, The Battle of the Trench Arabic: Tauseef Ahmed Khan 33 Dr.

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Muhammad sent three leading Muslims to bring him details of the recent developments. They only sought to flee.

As part gbazwa his share of the spoils, Muhammad selected one of the women, Rayhanafor himself and took her as part of his booty. The Qurayza, however, demanded hostages as a guarantee that the Confederacy would not desert them.

On the ghazws of Al-Khandaq battle of the Trench the medial arm vein of Sa’d bin Mu’ad was injured and the Prophet pitched a tent in the mosque to look after him. Urdu Columns on Dr.

The Confederates tried to attack with horsemen in hopes of forcing a passage, but the Medinans were rigidly entrenched, preventing such urdj crossing. No one became volunteer owing to their fear. He first went to the Banu Qurayza and warned them about the intentions of the rest of the Confederacy.