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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


Invasion Of Badr (Third Badr)?

Some scholars’ say this is the second Badr, which happened in the year 4 Hijri. But there are enough evidences to say that this is the third Badr. 1,226 more words


Did Quraysh Persecute Muslims When They Fled To Madinah?

Kaleef K. Karim & Aliyu Musa Misau


Missionaries and other critics often repeat the baseless ‘claim’ of ‘atrocities’ committed by Muhammad (p) against Quraysh, glossing over the fact that these incidents they injudiciously referred to as “atrocities” were nothing but just responses to the attacks initiated by the Quraysh, and continued even when the Muslims fled to Medina, fleeing persecution. 576 more words