Seerah 45: Missions between Battles– Battle of Hunain & the Battle of Tabuk

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Seerah 43: Aftermath of the Conquest of Makkah and the Battle of Hunain

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The conquest of Makkah shocked both the Arabs and other tribes who realized that they were doomed and had to submit to the new situation leaving them with no option but to accept it. However,...

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Seerah 42: Conquest of Makkah Part 2

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In part two of the great Conquest of Makkah, the speaker dwells into the specific actions of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)’s actions after entering Makkah after the conquest. Join a breathtaking account of the series... Keep Reading »

Seerah 41: Conquest of Makkah Part 1

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Seerah 40: Minor Ghazawat – Umrah – the Battle Mutah

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Having subdued two powerful sides of the Confederates coalition, the Prophet (ﷺ) started preparations to discipline the third party, i.e. the desert Bedouins, who took Najd for habitation, and continued in their usual practices of... Keep Reading »

Seerah 39: Carrying of the Message of Islam outside the Arabian Peninsula

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Late in the sixth year A.H., on his return from Hudaibiyah, the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) decided to send messages to the kings beyond Arabia calling them to Islam.   An in-depth look at the wording and... Keep Reading »

Seerah 38: Aftermath of Treaty of Hudaybiyyah and Battle of Khaybar

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Seerah 37: The Treaty of Hudaibiyah (Al-Hudaybiyah)

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Seerah 36: The Battle of Banu Mustaliq and Treacherous Role Munifiqeen

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Seerah 35: The Response of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)to the betrayal of Banu Qurayza

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