The Sealed Nectar

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Searching for a comprehensive seerah to read? The Sealed Nectar is an award-winning biography on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The heart of every Muslim is filled with love for our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and this love for the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) is an asset for us. He no doubt is deserving of every ounce of respect and love as he set an example for all of humanity with his life. Every action of his life is to be followed by every individual of the Muslim Ummah. Achieving the highest love for the Prophet (PBUH) is a test of our Faith. Allah the All-Mighty has described and explained the status of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the Qur’an as:

قُلۡ إِن كُنتُمۡ تُحِبُّونَ ٱللَّهَ فَٱتَّبِعُونِی یُحۡبِبۡكُمُ ٱللَّهُ

Say (O Muhammad to mankind): If you (really) love Allah then follow me (i.e., accept Islamic monotheism, follow the Qur’an and the Sunnah ), Allah will love you…’’

(آل عمران: 31)

Love for Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) is a part of our Faith. There is a Hadith of the Prophet (PBUH):

لا يُؤمِنُ أحدُكُم حتى أكونَ أحَبَّ إليه مِن وَلَدِه، ووالِدِه والنّاسِ أجمَعينَ.

“None of you has Faith unless I am dearer to him than his father and his son and all mankind.’’

(صحيح البخاري: 15)

In the early period of Islam, many seerah books were written on the life of the Prophet (PBUH).  Till this day studying the seerah of the Prophet (PBUH) is incredibly important.

The Quran mentions that the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the best example, when it says:

وَإِنَّكَ لَعَلَىٰ خُلُقٍ عَظِیمࣲ

And verily, you (O Muhammad) (PBUH) are on an exalted standard of character.’’

(القلم: 4)

Once Aishah (RA) was asked about the noble character and manners of the Prophet and she answered: “Have you not read the Quran? His character is a complete explanation of the Quran.’’ (مسند أحمد: 24601) This means that whatever is commanded and prohibited in the Quran, its practical embodiment is present in the manners of Muhammad (PBUH) and can be observed in Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s life. In other words, the ideal and perfect example of good manners and character which the Quran demands from mankind has been personified by Muhammad (PBUH) in its highest degree.

In his youth, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was a combination of the best social attributes. He was an exemplary man with a weighty mind and faultless insight. He was favored with intelligence, originality of thought and accurate means leading to his goals. His periods of long silence helped his habit of meditation and deep investigation into the truth. His vivid mind and pure nature were instrumental in assimilating and comprehending ways of life and people, from the point of view of the individual and community.

It can be learned from the story of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) that he shunned superstitious practices but took an active part in constructive and useful dealings; otherwise, he would have taken a route to his self-adopted seclusion. He kept himself aloof from drinking wine, eating meat slaughtered on stone altars, or attending the festivals of the idolaters.

He held the idols in extreme aversion and disgust. He could never tolerate someone swearing by Al-Lat and Al-’Uzza.

Allah’s guidance and care, no doubts, detached him from all repulsive and evil practices. Even when he tried to follow his desire to enjoy some worldly pleasures or follow some unrespectable traditions, Allah’s providence intervened to control any slip on his part. This is what makes reading the seerah of the Prophet (PBUH) so important because there is so much we can learn from it. Ibn Al-Athir reported Muhammad (PBUH) as saying:

“I have never tried to do anything the people of ignorance did except for two times. Every time Allah intervened and checked me from doing so and I never did that again. Once I told my fellow-shepherd to take care of my sheep when we were in the upper part of Makkah. I wanted to go down to Makkah and entertain myself as the young men did. I went down to the first house in Makkah where I heard music. I entered and asked: “What is this?” Someone answered: “It is a wedding party.” I sat down and listened but soon went into a deep sleep. I was awakened by the heat of the sun. I went back to my fellow-shepherd and told him what happened to me. I never tried it again.’’

Al-Bukhari reported on the authority of Jabir bin `Abdullah that he said: “While the people were rebuilding Al-Ka`bah, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) went with `Abbas to carry some stones. `Abbas said: “Put your loincloth round your neck to protect you from the stones.” (As he did that) the Prophet fell to the ground and his eyes turned skyward. Later on, he woke up and called: “My loincloth…my loincloth.” He wrapped himself in his loincloth.’’ In another report: “His loins were never seen afterwards.”

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s life was distinguished among his people for his modesty, virtuous behaviour and graceful manners. He proved himself to be the ideal of manhood, and to possess a spotless character. He was the most obliging to his compatriots, the most honest in his speech and the mildest in temper. He was the most gentle-hearted, chaste and hospitable person. He always impressed people with his virtuous words and expressions. 

His fellow-citizens, by common consent, gave him the title of Al-Ameen (the trustworthy). The Mother of Believers, Khadijah (RA) once said: “He maintains ties of kinship, helps the poor and the needy, he entertains the guests and stands with the oppressed for truth.”

Scholars of Ahadith (narrations) and writers of the biography of Muhammad (PBUH), the Messenger of Allah, have explored his life from every angle and aspect from birth to death. Every event and incident of his life has been described and narrated in detail, but no one can claim to have rendered the Prophet’s biography its full right. Hundreds of books have been written on Prophet Muhammad’s life (PBUH) and this endeavour will continue till the Day of Resurrection.

No doubt, ‘The Sealed Nectar’ (Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum) is a book of great value and praiseworthy work on Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) life. 

This book was written by the Eminent Shaikh Safiur-Rahman Mubarakpuri of Jamiah Salafiyah, Banaras (India) and won the first Islamic Conference on the Seerah (biography of the Prophet (PBUH)) that was held in 1976 in Pakistan sponsored by the Muslim World League. One hundred and fifty thousand Saudi Riyals (SR 150,000) (forty thousand U.S. Dollars) was announced as the grand prize for the best five books.

One hundred and seventy-one manuscripts were received from all over the world. Out of these, eighty-five were in the Arabic language, sixty-four in Urdu, twenty-one were in English and one in French and Hausa.

A board of highly qualified scholars judged the manuscripts and announced the results. The manuscript of Shaikh Safiur-Rahman Mubarakpuri, Jamiah Salafiah Banaras (India), the author of this seerah book (The Sealed Nectar) received the first prize of SAR 50,000 (fifty thousand Saudi Riyals) for its authentic and sound collections of the narrations. Dr. Majid Ali Khan, New Delhi, India, was placed second. The third prize went to Dr. Naseer Ahmed, Islamic University, Lahore, Pakistan. The fourth prize was awarded to Mr. Hamid Mahmud of Egypt. The fifth and final prize was awarded to Abdus-Salam Hashim of Madinah Munawwarah. A grand award ceremony was held at Makkah Al-Mukarramah on 12 Rabi`ul-Awwal 1399 A.H. (1979 C.E.). Later, the book was published by the Muslim World League, and then numerous other organizations gained the honour of publishing this masterpiece.

The Sealed Nectar is a marvelous biography that covers the entire period of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’ life in different stages. All important incidents and events have been highlighted in the book. The book starts with the condition of the Arab’s and the Holy Prophet (PBUH)’s childhood and covers preceding events and incidents.

Extract 01: Read to get a glimpse of the Prophet (PBUH)’s childhood.

Childhood

It was the general custom of the Arabs living in towns to send their children away to bedouin wet nurses so that they might grow up in the free and healthy surroundings of the desert. Thereby they would develop a strong body and acquire the pure speech and manners of the bedouins, who were noted both for the chastity of their language and for being free from the vices which usually develop in inactive societies.

The Prophet was later entrusted to Halimah bint Abi Dhuaib from Bani Sa`d bin Bakr. Her husband was Al-Harith bin `Abdul-`Uzza called Abi Kabshah, from the same tribe.

Muhammad (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) had several foster brothers and sisters, `Abdullah bin Al-Harith, Aneesah bint Al-Harith, Hudhafah or Judhamah bint Al-Harith (known as Ash-Shayma’), and she used to take care of the Prophet, and Abu Sufyan bin Al-Harith bin `Abdul-Muttalib, the Prophet’s cousin. Hamzah bin `Abdul-Muttalib, the Prophet’s uncle, was suckled by the same two wet nurses, Thuwaibah and As-Sa`diyah, who suckled the Prophet.

 Let’s take a look at the table of contents which should give a better glimpse of the topics covered.

Table of Content 

  1. Publisher’s Note
  2. Author’s Autobiography

  3. Name And Lineage
  4. Date And Place Of Birth
  5. Educational Background
  6. Professional Life
  7. Books And Compilations
  8. Location & Nature Of Arab Tribes
  9. Location Of the Arabs

*The complete table of contents is provided at the end of the blog

It’s clear from the table of contents alone that the subject matter of the book is extremely comprehensive. The book is also available in a coloured version that contains additional images and maps that support the book’s content.

Let’s take a look at an extract from the book.

Extract 02: Read this extract on the second Aqabah and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s role.

The Second `Aqabah

Pledge The next year, the thirteenth year of Prophethood, June 622 C.E., during the pilgrimage season, over seventy converts from Madinah came along with the polytheists to perform the rituals of pilgrimage in Makkah. The oft-repeated question among them was “Is it not high time for us to protect Muhammad instead of leaving him abandoned, deserted and stumbling in the hillocks of Makkah?” Shortly after their arrival, they secretly contacted the Prophet (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and agreed to meet him at night during the middle of the Tashreeq Days (the 11th, 12th, and 13th days of Dhul-Hijjah) in a hillock at Al-`Aqabah, the previous year’s meeting place.

One of the leaders of the Ansar (Helpers), Ka`b bin Malik Al-Ansari, gave an account of the historic meeting which changed the whole course of the struggle between Islam and paganism and said:

“We set out for pilgrimage and had planned a meeting with Allah’s Messenger (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in the midst of the Days of Tashreeq. The night of our planned meeting with Allah’s Messenger (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) arrived. We were accompanied by `Abdullah bin `Amr bin Haram, one the most notable and respected among our people. We said to him, ‘O Abu Jabir! You are certainly one of our most respected and one of the most noble of our nobility. We do not want you to be fuel for the Fire tomorrow.’ Then we invited him to accept Islam and informed of the meeting we had planned with Allah’s Messenger (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) at Al-`Aqabah. He accepted Islam and attended Al-`Aqabah, and he was our chief representative.’’

The Sealed Nectar is a gem of a book. Darussalam also published this book in the Arabic and English language for the benefit of the Muslim Ummah. A must-read for all Muslims looking to learn more about early Islam and Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) life.

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*Complete table of contents

10. Arab Tribes

  1. 11. Rule & Government Among the Arabs
  2. 12. Rule In Yemen

13. Rulership In Heerah

14. Rulership In Geographical Syria

15. Rulership In Hijaz

16. The Reasons For This War Have Been Illustrated In Three Versions

17. Rulership In Pan-Arabia

18. The Political Situation

19. Religions Of the Arabs

20. The Religious Situation

21. Aspects Of Pre‐Islamic Arabian Society

22. Social Life Of the Arabs

23. The Economic Situation

24. Ethics

25. The Lineage And Family Of Muhammad

26. (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him)

27. The Prophetic Family

28. His Birth

29. Childhood

30. Back To His Passionate Mother

31. To His Compassionate Grandfather

32. Bahirah, The Monk

33. The `Sacrilegious’ Wars

34. Al-Fudoul Confederacy

35. Muhammad’s Early Occupation

36. His Marriage To Khadijah (May Allah Be Pleased With her!)

37. Rebuilding Al‐Ka`bah And the Arbitration Issue

38. A Summary Of Muhammad’s Biography Before Commissioning Of the Prophethood

39. The Makkan Period

40. Life In Makkah In The Shade Of the Message And Prophethood

41. In The Cave Of Hira’

42. Jibreel Brings Down The Revelation

43. Interruption Of Revelation

44. Once more, Jibreel Brings Allah’s Revelation

45. Some Details Pertinent To the Successive Stages Of Revelation

46. The First Stage

47. Strife In the Way Of the Call

48. The Early Converts

49. As-Salat (the Prayer)

50. The Quraishites

51. Learn About The Call

52. The Second Stage

53. Open Preaching First Revelation Regarding The Preachinging

54. Calling The Closest Kinspeople

55. On Mount As-Safa

56. Declaring The Truth And the Polytheists’ Reaction

57. An Advisory Council To Hinder Pilgrims From Muhammad’s Call

58. Attempts Made To Check The Onward March Of Islam

59. Persecution

60. The Quraish Approach Abu Talib

61. The Quraish Pressure Abu Talib

62. The Quraish Confront Abu Talib A Second Time

63. The House Of Al-Arqam

64. The First Migration To Abyssinia (Ethiopia)

65. The Second Migration To Abyssinia (Ethiopia)

66. Quraish Machinations Against The Emigrants

67. The Conversion Of Hamzah Bin `Abdul‐Muttalib

68. The Quraish Attempt To Negotiate

69. The Quraish’s Bewilderment And Their Consultation With The Jews

70. Abu Talib Assembles His Family

71. General Social Boycott A Pact Of Injustice And Aggression

72. Dissolution Of the Pact

73. The Final Phase Of the Diplomacy Of Negotiation

74. The Year Of Grief Abu Talib’s Death

75. The Accumulation Of Grief

76. His Marriage To Sawdah In Shawwal, The Tenth Year Of Prophethood

77. Factors Inspiring Patience And Perseverance

78. Unshakable Beliefin Allah(Might And majesty belong to Him!)

79. Beloved Leadership

80. Sense Of Responsibility

81. Unwavering Belief In the Truth Of the Hereafter

82. The Qur’an

83. Glad Tidings Of Success

84. The Third Stage

85. Calling Unto Islam Beyond Makkah

86. Being Introduced To Arab Tribes And Individuals

87. Suwaid Bin Samit

88. Eyas Bin Mu`adh

89. Abu Dharr Al‐Ghifari

90. Tufail Bin `Amr Ad-Dawsi

91. Dumad Al‐Azdi

92. Breezes Inspiring Hope From Madinah

93. The Marriage Of the Prophet (Peace Be upon him) to Aishah (May Allah Be pleased with her)

94. Al‐Isra’ & Al‐Mi`raj

95. The First `Aqabah Pledge

96. The Muslim Envoy In Madinah

97. The Second `Aqabah Pledge

98. The Articles Of the Pledge

99. Stressing The Gravity Of the Pledge

100. Taking The Pledge

101. Twelve Representatives

102. A Devil Exposes The Meeting

103. The Ansar Prepare To Strike The Quraish

104. The Quraish Arrive To Argue With The Leaders Of Yathrib

105. The Quraish Become Convinced Of the Previous Reports

106. The Vanguard Of Migration (in The Cause Of Allah)

107. In An-Nadwah (Council) House

108. The Parliament Of Quraish

109. The Messenger Escapes From The House

110. The Events At the Cave

111. On The Road To Madinah

112. Quba’

113. Entering Madinah

114. Life In Madinah

115. The First Stage

116. The Status Quo In Madinah At the Time Of Emigration

117. A New Society Being Built

118. Building The Prophet’s Masjid

119. The Brotherhood Between The Muslims

120. A Charter Of Islamic Alliance

121. The Individual Role In the Society

122. A Treaty With The Jews

123. The Treaty

124. The Bloody Struggle

125. Publicizing The Intent For Enmity In the Sacred Masjid

126. Permission To Fight

127. Pre‐Badr Missions And Invasions

128. The Seeful‐Bahr Mission

129. The Rabigh Mission.

130. The Kharrar Mission

131. The Invasion Of Al‐Abwa’ Or Waddan

132. The Invasion Of Buwat

133. The Invasion Of Safwan

134. The Invasion Of Dhil‐’Ushairah

135. The Nakhlah Mission

136. The Battle Of Badr

137. The First Decisive Battle In the History Of Islam

138. Reason Of the Battle

139. The Size And Strength Of the Muslim Army

140. The Muslim Army Moves Near Badr

141. Warning Makkah

142. The People Of Makkah Hasten For Battle

143. Preparing The Makkan Army

144. The Problem Of Banu Bakr

145. The Army Of Makkah Begins Its Movement

146. The Caravan Escapes

147. The Makkan Army Considers Returning

148. The Difficult Position Of the Muslim Army

149. A Meeting For Consultation

150. The Messenger And the Survey Of the Enemy

151. The Rainfall

152. The Muslim Army Marches Ahead

153. Preparing The Trellis For the Headquarters

154. Positioning The Makkan Army

155. The Two Armies Meet

156. The First Clash

157. The Dueling Begins

158. The Descent Of the Angels

159. The Assault

160. Iblis (Satan) Flees From The Battle

161. The Makkan Ranks Begin To Flee

162. Abu Jahl Stands Firm

163. Some Significant Instances Of Devotion

164. Makkah Receives The Distressful News

165. Madinah Receives The Victorious News

166. Disputes Over The Spoils Of War

167. The Army Of the Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Returns To Madinah

168. The Joyous Reception Of the People Of Madinah

169. The Judgment Concerning The Captives

170. The Battle Of Badr In the Qur’anic Context

171. Military Activities Between Badr And Uhud

172. Al-Kudr Invasion

173. An Attempt On the Prophet’s Life

174. The Invasion Of Bani Qainuqa’

175. The Schemes Of the Jews

176. The Jews Of Qainuqa’ Breach The Covenant

177. The Siege, Surrender, And Banishment

178. As‐Saweeq Invasion

179. The Invasion Of Dhi Amr

180. The Killing Of Ka’b Bin Al‐Ashraf

181. The Invasion Of Buhran

182. Zaid Bin Harithah (May Allah Be Pleased With him!) Leads A Campaign On the Trade Routes Of Quraish

183. The Battle Of Uhud

184. The Preparation Of the Quraish Army

185. The Mobilization Of the Makkan Army

186. The Muslims Prepare For Imminent Danger

187. The Makkan Army’s Approach To Madinah

188. A Consultation Assembly For a Defense Plan

189. Dividing The Islamic Army And Departure To the Battlefield

190. The Lining Up of the Army

191. Passing The Night Between Uhud And Madinah

192. The Rebellion Of `Abdullah Bin Ubai And his Followers

193. The Remainder Of the Islamic Army Moves To Uhud

194. The Defensive Plan

195. Allah’s Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Implants The Spirit Of Bravery In His Soldiers

196. The Positioning Of the Makkan Army

197. Political Strategies Of the Quraish

198. The Efforts Of the Quraish Women In Improving The Zeal Of their Men

199. The Battle

200. The Fighting That Centered Around The Standard-Bearer

201. Other Clashes

202. The Assassination Of Asadullah (the Lion Of Allah) Hamzah Bin `Abdul‐Muttalib (May Allah Be Pleased With him!)

203. Controlling The Situation

204. From His Wife’s Lap To a Sword-fight

205. The Muslim Archers Contribution To the Battle

206. Sense Of Defeat Among The Idolaters

207. The Archers’ Fatal Mistake

208. Khalid Bin Al‐Walid Cuts Off The Rear

209. The Weakened Position Of the Muslims

210. The Most Awkward Hour In the Messenger’s Life

211. The Idolaters Increase The Intensity Of Battle

212. Unprecedented Heroism

213. The Rumor Of the Death Of the Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) and its Effect On the Battle

214. The Messenger Consolidates His Position In the Battle

215. Ubai Bin Khalaf Is Killed

216. Talhah Lifts The Prophet (Peace Be upon him)

217. The Idolaters’ Last Assault

218. Mutilation Of the Martyrs

219. The Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Reaches The Trail

220. The Appointment To Meet Again At Badr

221. Verifying The Movement Of the Idolaters

222. Checking On the Dead And Wounded

223. Burial Of the Martyrs

224. The Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Praises Allah (Might And majesty belong to Him!) And Supplicates To Him

225. Display Of Love Received On the Return To Madinah

226. The Messenger In Madinah

227. The Number Of Dead

228. A State Of Emergency In Madinah

229. The Hamra’ul-Asad Invasion

230. The Observations Of the Noble Qur’an On the Battle Of Uhud

231. Lessons And Morals

232. Military Platoons And Missions Between the Battle Of Uhud And the Battle Of the 

233. Confederates

234. The Abi Salamah Expedition

235. The Mobilization Of `Abdullah Bin Unais (May Allah Be Pleased With him!)

236. The Raji’ Mobilization

237. The Tragedy At the Well Of Ma’unah

238. The Invasion Of Bani An‐Nadeer

239. The Second Battle Of Badr

240. The Expedition Of Dumatul‐Jandal

241. The Invasion Of Al‐Ahzab (The Confederates)

242. The Invasion Of Banu Quraidah

243. Continued Military Activities

244. The Killing Of Sallam Bin Abul-Huqaiq

245. Mission Of Muhammad Bin Maslamah

246. The Invasion Of Bani Lihyan

247. Continued Expeditions And Delegations

248. The Incident Of the Slander

249. Delegations And Expeditions

250. Following The Invasion Of Bani Al-Mustaliq

251. Al-Hudaibiyah Treaty (Dhul-Qa`dah 6 A.H.)

252. The Circumstances Of the `Umrah Of Al-Hudaibiyah

253. The Muslims Mobilize

254. Heading For Makkah

255. The Quraish Attempt To Block The Muslims From Reaching The Ka`bah

256. Changing Direction

257. Budail Mediates Between Allah’s Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) and the Quraish

258. The Envoys Of Quraish

259. Allah (Might And majesty belong to Him!) Prevented Them From Treachery

260. `Uthman bin `Affan Is sent as a Messenger To the Quraish

261. The Rumor Of `Uthman’s Death And the Pledge Of Ridwan

262. The Treaty And its Clauses

263. The Return Of Abu Jandal

264. Refusing The Return Of Emigrant Women

265. Impact Of the Treaty Of Al-Hudaibiyah

266. The Muslims’ Grief And `Umar’s Expression Of That

267. The Problem Of Weak Muslims Solved

268. The Second Stage

269. A New Phase Of Islamic Action

270. The Prophet’s Plans To Spread

271. The Message Of Islam Beyond Arabia

272. Letter To Abysinia (Ethiopia)

273. Letter To the King Of Egypt, Muqawqis

274. Letter To Chosroes, Emperor Of Persia

275. The Envoy To Caesar, King Of Rome

276. Letter To Mundhir Bin Sawa, Governor Of Bahrain

277. Letter To Haudhah Bin `Ali, The Governor Of Yamamah

278. Letter To Al-Harith Bin Abi Shimr Al-Ghassani, The king of Damascus

279. Letter To the King Of Oman, Jaifer, And His Brother `Abd Bin Al-Julandai

280. Post-Hudaibiyah Hostilities

281. The Invasion Of Ghabah Or Dhi Qarad

282. The Conquest Of Khaibar (In Muharram, 7 A.H.)

283. The Reasons For the Battle

284. Headed To Khaibar

285. The Number Of Soldiers In the Army

286. The Hypocrites Alert The Jews

287. The Road To Khaibar

288. The Muslim Army Surrounds Khaibar

289. The Fortresses Of Khaibar

290. The Muslim Camp

291. Preparing To Fight And the Good News Of Victory

292. The Actual Operation Begins

293. The Conquest Of the Second Section Of Khaibar

294. Negotiations

295. Distribution Of Spoils

296. The Marriage To Safiyah

297. The Poisoned Sheep

298. Fadak

299. Wadi Al-Qura

300. Taima’

301. Other Invasions Dhat-ur-Riqa’ Invasion (7 A.H.)

302. The Compensatory `Umrah (Lesser Pilgrimage)

303. The Battle Of Mu’tah

304. The Army Prepares And `Abdullah Cries

305. The Army Marches Forth and Holds A Council At Ma’an

306. The Army Heads For the Enemy

307. Dhatus-Salasil Mission

308. The Khadrah Mission

309. The Conquest Of Makkah

310. Pre-Conquest Events

311. Preparations For the Attack, And the Imposition Of a News Blackout

312. The Muslim Army Proceeds To Makkah

313. Abu Sufyan Before The Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him)

314. The Muslim Army Heads For Makkah

315. The Quraish Prepare For the Advancing Muslim Army

316. The Muslim Army Enters Makkah

317. The Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Enters The Sacred Masjid And Purifies It From Idols

318. The Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Prays In the Ka`bah And Delivers An Address To the Quraish

319. Bilal (May Allah Be Pleased With him!) calls the Adhan At the Ka`bah

320. The Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Prays A Victory Prayer, Or a Prayer Of Gratitude

321. Shedding The Blood Of the Worst Criminals

322. Safwan Bin Umaiyah Accepts Islam

323. The Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Addresses The People On the Second Day

324. The Helpers Fear The Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Might Stay In Makkah

325. Taking The Pledge

326. Dispatching Platoons

327. The Third Stage

328. The Battle Of Hunain

329. The Enemy’s March And Their Encampment At Awtas

330. The War-Veteran Disputes The Leader’s Judgment

331. Enemy Spies

332. Spies Of Allah’s Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him)

333. Allah’s Messenger (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Leaves For Hunain

334. The Archers And the Attackers Stunned The Muslims

335. The Muslims Return To the Battlefield And the Fighting Intensifies

336. Reverse Of Fortunes And the Enemy’s Utter Defeat

337. Hot Pursuit Of the Enemy

338. The Invasion Of Ta’if

339. The Distribution Of the Booty At Al-Ji’ranah

340. The Disturbed And Uneasy State Of the Helpers (Al-Ansar)

341. The Arrival Of Delegation Of Hawazin

342. `Umrah And Leaving For Madinah

343. Missions & Platoons After The Conquest

344. The Missions

345. Here Is a list of those missions:

346. The Invasion Of Tabuk

347. The Underlying Reasons For the Expedition Of Tabuk

348. General News About The Byzantines And Ghassanide Preparations For War

349. Particular News About The Byzantine And Ghassanide Preparations For War

350. The Muslim Army Leaves For Tabuk

351. The Army Of Islam At Tabuk

352. Returning To Madinah

353. The People Who Lagged Behind

354. The Invasion Of Tabuk And its Far-Reaching Consequences

355. The Qur’anic Verses About The Invasion

356. Some Important Events Of That Year

357. Abu Bakr Performs The Pilgrimage

358. A Look At the Battles

359. Multitudes Embrace The Religion Of Allah

360. The Delegations

361. The Success And Impact Of the Call

362. The Farewell Pilgrimage

363. The Last Expedition

364. The Journey To Allah The Sublime

365. Symptoms Of Farewell

366. The Start Of the Disease

367. The Last Week

368. Five Days Before His Death

369. Four Days Before His Death

370. A Day Or Two Prior To His Death

371. A Day Before His Death

372. The Last Day He Was Alive

373. The Prophet (May The peace and blessings of Allah Be upon him) Breathes His Last

374. The Companions’ Concern Over the Prophet’s Death

375. ‘Umar’s Attitude

376. Abu Bakr’s Attitude

377. The Burial And Farewell

378. Preparations To His Honorable Body

379. The Prophetic Household

380. The Prophet’s Character And Manners

381. His Physical Appearance

382. The Perfection Of Soul And Nobility

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