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Surah 8:69 - Prisoners From The Battle Of Badr


Madinan verse (Al-Wahidi, Ibn Kathir, Mawdudi and Dr. Muhammed Asad)

Analysing Verse

“So consume what you have taken of war booty lawful and good, and fear Allah .

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Surah 2:153-177: salvation for... pretty much whoever? For Muslims only? Why not both!

We turn now from a long string of invective against “the Jews,” Christians, and whoever the Sabians are to a new theme. This part of the Surah 2 is more about Islamic nation-building; I’ll break up the inestimable Yusuf Ali’s translation below a little bit to help explain some of what we are looking at here. 2,630 more words

Jefferson Qur'an

Operation Badr – Beware the 17th of Ramadan – June 23, 2016

Vlad Tepes Blog, by Sonia Bailey, June 19, 2016:

If ever there was a date to be remembered and commemorated in Islam, it’s the 17th of Ramadan. 421 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Hind bint `Utbah

Another historic topic that I never heard about. Today while reading Surah Ali-Imran I came across Battle of Badr so I started researching about it and one thing led to another and I ended up reading about Hind. 460 more words


Quran 8:61 - 75 Battle Of Badr


These verses refer to the battle of Badr (624 AD) and those who migrated to Madinah, fleeing persecution.

Analysing Verses

8:61 And if they incline to peace, then incline to it…

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The Open Hostility Of Quraish

Dr. Ali Muhammad Sallabi

As soon as the Muslims, under the leadership of the Prophet achieved a sense of stability in Al-Madeenah, they had to prepare for a long and hard struggle against both the Quraish and other enemies. 1,341 more words


Review Of The Battle Of Badr

Shaykh Allamah Shibli Nomani

Having given a bare description of events, we now proceed to a critical examination of the question whether the battle of Badr was a defensive measure against the Quraish or, as generally stated by historians, a high-way robbery directed against a trade-caravan. 5,281 more words