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 The Battle of Badr

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The Battle of Badr
Book 14
“If ye help not (your Leader), (it is no matter): for Allah did indeed help him, when the unbelievers drove him out: He had no more than one companion: They two were in the Cave, and he said to his companion, have no fear, for Allah is with us” (TMQ, At-Tawbah:40)

(Scene: 1)
The news that the Messenger of Allah had left Makkah came to Yathrib. The people of Madinah used to pray the Subuh (early morning) prayer then go and wait at the Yathrib entrance for the Prophet (Peace be upon him)’s arrival. They only headed back when the weather got unbearably hot, but still with the intention of coming back to wait for him again the next day.

One day they had gone out and walked a long distance to meet the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him). Again, it became very hot and the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) had not yet arrived. They started to go home but then a voice cried out loudly, “Here he is! The Messenger of Allah has arrived.” People ran to meet him crying out in happiness, “The Prophet has come! The Prophet has come.” People surrounded the Prophet and Abu-Bakr as they passed amongst the people and the women stood up on the roofs of their houses wondering, “Which one is he? Which one is he?” The voices of the people rocked the whole city as they said, “Allahu-Akkbar! The Messenger of Allah has arrived! Allahu-Akkbar! Muhammad has arrived! Allahu-Akkbar! The Messenger of Allah has arrived!

The women and the children started chanting, “The full moon (meaning the Prophet SAWS) has shone after it had left us, we must be thankful, for never a God except Allah did he take, you (Muhammad SAWS) have been sent to us and we will obey.” Muhammad (Peace be upon him) entered the city of Yathrib, which has been known since that day as the city of the Messenger of Allah (Madinat Ar-Rasool), or as it’s named now, Al-Madinah.

(Scene: 2)
The Messenger of Allah entered Madinah and the Mohajereen (immigrants) and Al-Ansar (the people of Al-Madinah) surrounded him. He united them together through the unity of brotherhood. Those who had immigrated for Allah had left their money in Makkah and had nowhere to live. Those who lived in Madinah (Ansar) were required to give shelter to the immigrants and help them along until they would settle in Madinah and find jobs.

The Mohajereen were used to the dry weather of Makkah so when they lived in Madinah they became ill. Belal and Abu-Bakr were among those who fell ill. Aisha once went to visit them both and asked them, “How are you feeling now father? How are you now Belal?” Abu-Bakr and Belal told her how they longed for Makkah as it was their home, and although its people had treated them badly and tortured them whilst the people of Madinah had welcomed them, they still yearned for Makkah. Aisha, the Prophet’s wife, went to him and told him that Abu-Bakr and Belal were longing for Makkah. The Messenger of Allah SAWS prayed, “O Allah! Make us love Madinah just as we love Makkah or more”.

(Scene: 3)
The Muslims used to gather at the mosque before prayer time because they were afraid of missing it. They used to come on their own as their used to be no call for prayer then. The Messenger of Allah thought that they should have something like the Jew's horn to announce the prayer times, but he disliked the idea. He also thought of calling people for prayer through a bell like the Christians. He ordered them to prepare a bell for chiming it to announce the prayer times, and while the Messenger of Allah was at the mosque a man came to him and said, “O Messenger of Allah, I saw in my sleep a man in two green suits holding a bell in his hand so I asked him, “Would you sell that bell, O servant of Allah?” he replied, “What are you going to do with it?” So I said, “We will use it to announce the prayer times”. He replied, “Shall I tell you of what is better than this bell?” I asked, “What is it?”

he replied, “Say:
Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. (Allah is the Greatest)
Ash-Hado alla elaha ella Allah
Ash-Hado alla elaha ella Allah
(I bear witness that there is no God but Allah)
Ash-hado anna Muhammadan Rasul Allah
Ash-hado anna Muhammadan Rasul Allah
(I bear witness that Muhammad is His Messenger)
Haia ala essalah, Haia ala essalah
(Hasten (come) to prayer)
Haia ala elfalah, Haia ala elfalah
(Hasten (come) to real success)
Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar
(Allah is the Greatest)
La elaha ella Allah
(There is no god but Allah)

The Messenger of Allah said, “It is a blessed and a real dream Allah willing, go and teach it to Belal so that he would call people to prayer by it as his voice is better than yours”. Belal called people to pray through the Ath'an (the call to prayer), and people came from everywhere. Omar Ibnul-Khattab heard the Ath'an from his house and quickly went to the Messenger of Allah and said, “O Messenger of Allah, I swear by the One who has sent you with the truth that I have seen the same dream too”. The Messenger of Allah replied saying, “Then all praise be to Allah”.

(Scene: 4)
The Prophet (Peace be upon him) heard that Abu-Sufyan was on his way back to Quraysh after a trade journey to the Levant. Since Quraysh had hurt the Prophet and his companions and had made them leave Makkah leaving their money and houses behind, the Prophet (Peace be upon him) told his companions, “These are the camels of Quraysh carrying their money on their way back. Go and get them.”

Some of the immigrants and the people of Madinah went out to capture the caravan whose leader was Abu-Sufyan. They wanted to make up for the Muslims’ loss when they immigrated and were forced to leave their money in Makkah. Abu-Sufyan, however, was worried that Muhammad (Peace be upon him) would one day attack him, so he used to spy on him and ask people about him all the time. One day a man told him that Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is on his way to attack his caravan. So Abu-Sufyan sent a messenger to Makkah telling its people that their money is in danger. When that messenger arrived in Makkah he said, “O people of Quraysh, your money is with Abu-Sufyan and Muhammad and his companions are attacking him, hurry up and save your money.”

The men of Quraysh went out with their arrows and swords to fight for their money. All the noblemen of Quraysh went except Abu-Lahab Ibn Abdul-Muttalib. They were nine hundred and fifty men with two hundred horses and singers chanting and hitting the drums. They rushed to save their trade.

The Messenger of Allah left the Madinah carrying two black flags, one was held by Ali Ibn Abu-Talib and the other with one of the Ansar. The Muslims had only two horses in their army; one was mounted by Az-Zubair Ibnul-Awaam and the other one by Al-Mikdad Ibnul-Aswad. They had seventy camels, with every three men sharing a camel.

News reached the Messenger of Allah that Quraysh had gone out to defend their caravan. Since the Messenger of Allah's goal was only to capture the caravan and not to start a fight, he consulted the Muslims on what should be done? A man stood up and said, “O Messenger of Allah proceed with what Allah has ordered you to do, we are with you. By Allah we will not say to you what the people of Israel said to Moses, “Go thou, and thy lord, and fight ye two, while we sit here (and watch)” (TMQ, Al-Ma’eda:24), but we will say: Go thou, and thy lord, and fight ye two and we will come and fight with you.”. The man who said these words was from the immigrants, but the Prophet wanted to hear the opinion of the people of Madinah. The Messenger of Allah said, “What say you people?”

S'ad Ibn-Moath, one of the Ansar’s nobles, said, “We feel you want to know our opinion, O Messenger of Allah?” The Messenger of Allah replied, “Yes”. S'ad said, “We have believed you and believed in you. We have witnessed that the religion you brought is The Truth. We vowed to be obedient to you so continue what you wanted to do, Messenger of Allah, and we are with you.”

(Scene: 5)
The Messenger of Allah and his companions camped near a well called Badr and dug a big pool of water. When the Messenger of Allah saw Quraysh's army, he made an invocation to Allah saying, “O Allah this is Quraysh approaching with its vanity and pride challenging You, and belying your Messenger. O Allah grant me the victory You have promised.” The Messenger of Allah prayed to Allah, “O Allah if this group of believers die, you will never be worshipped on earth! O Allah fulfill your promise and grant me victory.”

When the Muslims and the people of Quraysh faced each other, a man from Quraysh swore saying, “I promise you Allah to drink from their pool, or destroy it, or die trying.” Therefore, when he headed for the pool Hamza Ibn Abdul-Muttalib faced him, hit him with his sword, cut his leg, and then killed him near the pool.

Afterwards, three nobles from Quraysh came out and challenged the three men from the Muslims to come out and battle with them. They screamed, “Muhammad! Let the best fighters among you who were previously from our people (Quraysh) come out and fight us.” The Messenger of Allah said, “Obaydah Ibnul-Harith, get up and fight them! Hamza, get up and fight them! Ali, get up and fight them!” The duel started, Hamza killed the one he was fighting with, and so did Obaydah; the three Muslims killed three of the nobles of Quraysh.

The Muslims and the people of Quraysh began to throw stones at each other. Then the Prophet told his companions, “I swear by the One whose Muhammad's life is in His hands that whoever fights them with patience asking the reward from Allah and gets killed fighting face to face without running away, that he will enter jannah (paradise).”

The battle started. The men of both armies took their swords and attacked each other. Abu-Jahl got killed in this battle, and the Muslims started killing the disbelievers with their swords, cutting their heads off. The people of Quraysh found that their nobles were being slaughtered so they fled and were followed by the Muslims who took them as prisoners of war. Among the prisoners of war was Omayyah Ibnul-Khalaf, whom Belal saw and remembered what he used to do to him in Makkah. He used to take him to the desert and put a large stone over him to force him to disbelieve in Muhammad and Allah. Belal shouted, “Omayyah, the head of disbelievers! You are dead!” He attacked him with his sword and so Omayyah was the last of the nobles of Quraysh to be killed in the battle of Badr.

The Muslims threw the dead bodies of the disbelievers in the well of Badr called Al-Qulayb. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) stood over the well saying, “O people of Al- Qulayb! Have you found what your God promised you to be the truth? I have found what my God promised me to be the truth.” One of the Muslims said, “O Messenger of Allah, are you talking to them while they are dead?” He replied, “They hear me just as good as you can hear me.” 


The battle of Badr ended with the Muslims' victory. It was a hard hit for Quraysh and a great victory for Muhammad. How often, by Allah’s will, has a small force vanquished a big one. Allah told the men of Badr in the Qur'an what can be translated as, “God had helped you at Badr, when you were a contemptible little force; then fear God; thus may ye show your gratitude.” (TMQ, Al-Imran:123).


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