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  Battle of Uhud
In Islam, battle fought on March 23, 625 between the Muslims under the leadership of Muhammad and the non-Muslim Qurayshis of Mecca.
Uhud is a volcanic hill west of Madina, then known as Yathrib, the largest hill top in the region at about 1,300 metres.
The Battle of Uhud is noted for the defeat of the Muslims, as well as for Muhammad almost being killed.
i-cias.com /e.o/uhud_b.htm   (302 words)

  
  Battle of Uhud
In Islam, battle fought on March 23, 625 between the Muslims under the leadership of Muhammad and the non-Muslim Qurayshis of Mecca.
Uhud is a volcanic hill west of Madina, then known as Yathrib, the largest hill top in the region at about 1,300 metres.
The Battle of Uhud is noted for the defeat of the Muslims, as well as for Muhammad almost being killed.
lexicorient.com /e.o/uhud_b.htm   (302 words)

  
 The Battle of Uhud
The Battle of Uhud was an extension of the Battle of Badr.
The Battle of Uhud is an important battle in the annals of Islam.
In the early stage the battle went in favor of the Muslims, but because of a tactical mistake made by the archers, the tide of the battle was reversed, and the Quraish came to have the upper hand.
www.witness-pioneer.org /vil/Articles/companion/13_ali_bin_talib.htm   (1727 words)

  
  Battle of Uhud
In Islam, battle fought on March 23, 625 between the Muslims under the leadership of Muhammad and the non-Muslim Qurayshis of Mecca.
Uhud is a volcanic hill west of Madina, then known as Yathrib, the largest hill top in the region at about 1,300 metres.
The Battle of Uhud is noted for the defeat of the Muslims, as well as for Muhammad almost being killed.
www.lexicorient.com /e.o/uhud_b.htm   (302 words)

  
 uhudarticle
Was the battle of UHUD a loss or a victory, It was a military loss, 70 vs 22 but that is not the only way to judge victory.
At the end of the battle field it was the Mushriqoon that fled whereas the Muslims stayed and buried their dead.
The Battle of Uhud, therefore, became a decisive test to sift out the sincere and steadfast from the hypocritical and wavering ones, and served to make the Islamic community more stable and formidable than before.
www.geocities.com /dafurqan/uhudarticle.html   (3459 words)

  
 The Battle of Uhud   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Left with just 700 to tackle 3000, the battle of Uhud was a great testing time for the young Muslim community.
Narrated Ibn 'Abbas, ‘On the day of the battle of Uhud, the Prophet [s] said, "This is Jibril [a] holding the head of his horse and equipped with war weapons." [Bukhari vol.
Despite the heavy odds, the battle of Mount Uhud would have been an even greater victory than that at Badr for the Muslims but for the disobedience of the band of archers.
www.oneummah.net /encyclopedia/battle_of_uhud.html   (825 words)

  
 History of Islam and Muslims, The second battle of Islam at Uhud, Battle of Ohod
The death of the bearers of the banner heightened the morale of the Muslims and shook the hearts of the pagans.
The persons guarding the valley behind the battle front also decided to avail of the opportunity and said to themselves: "It is useless for us to stay here and it is profitable that we too should collect the booty".
Nasiba the hero of Uhud battle The prayer that was granted
www.ezsoftech.com /islamic/ohod.asp   (3437 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
The Battle of Uhud was the second military encounter between the Meccans and the Muslims, preceded by the Battle of Badr in 624, where a small Muslim army had defeated the larger Meccan army.
Shortly before the battle commenced, 'Abdullah ibn Ubayy (the chief of the Khazraj tribe) and his followers withdrew their support for Muhammad and returned to Medina, with reports suggesting Ibn Ubayy's discontent with the plan to march out from Medina to the Meccans.
The battle is also noted for the emergence of the military leadership and tactical military genius of Khalid ibn al-Walid, who would later become the most famous of all Arab generals during the Islamic expansion era, in conquering the Sassanid Empire.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Battle_of_Uhud   (2609 words)

  
 Islamic History - the Khilafah, its return, Battle of Badr, Battle of Uhud - was Islam spread by the sword?
In the history of the Arabs many a battle had been averted at the last minute, even when the two forces were drawn up face to face.
But the Prophet was now certain that the battle would take place, and that this formidable array was the one of the two parties that he had been promised.
The vultures also knew that carnage was imminent and they were already in wait to feed on the carcasses of the slain, some wheeling overhead and others perched on the rocky slopes in the rear of either army.
www.shariahprogram.ca /articles/islam_spread_by_sword_khilafah.shtml   (333 words)

  
 Islam Online - Hajj - Fiqh of Hajj   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mount Uhud extends from east to west with a slight slope towards the north.
Mount Mount was the scene of the famous Battle of Uhud.
Mount Uhud is also called the Archers’ Mount because it was the field where the steadfast archers in the Battle of Uhud were killed.
www.islamonline.net /english/hajj/2002/01/stories/article11.shtml   (660 words)

  
 Muhammad.net :: Biograhpy Of Muhammad (P.B.U.H)
Thus was the Battle of Uhud brought to an end, leaving behind seventy martyrs among the Muslims and twenty two perished among the unbelievers; with our victims going to paradise and theirs going to Hell.
Sixty verses were revealed concerning the events of this great battle and they had a great impact on the mind of the Prophet and he continued to refer to them even upon his deathbed.
Consider the case of Aboo Sufyan who was the standard bearer of the kuffar in the Battle of Uhud and yet was seen during the conquest of Makkah saying the Kalimah.
www.muhammad.net /bio/uhud.htm   (2681 words)

  
 Life of Prophet Muhammad - MuslimAccess   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Battle of Badr in its Qur’anic Context
The Contribution of the Archers squad to the Battle.
The Observations of the Noble Qur’ân on the Battle of Uhud
www.muslimaccess.com /sunnah/seerah/Default.htm   (612 words)

  
 Uhud
During the Battle of Badr they were sympathetic with the idol-worshipping polytheists rather than with the Muslims.
A few months after the Battle of Badr, a Muslim woman was indecently treated by some Jews of Banu Qaynuqa, the most hostile to the Muslims among the Jewish tribes.
On the second day of Uhud, therefore, he ordered those who had taken part in the Battle of Uhud the day before to gather and urged them to pursue the unbelievers.
www.islamanswers.net /moreAbout/Uhud.htm   (4249 words)

  
 Nusaybah bint Ka'b [radhiallaahu anha]
Hearing that the Makkan pagans were preparing for a great battle to take revenge for their heavy losses during the battle of Badr, and that they were moving towards Uhud, the Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wasallam, mobilized the Muslim men in Madinah.
In the beginning she brought water to the wounded and tended to their needs, but as the battle raged, and the Muslims were being defeated, she saw that some were fleeing the enemy leaving the Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wasallam without protection.
The battle of Uhud was not the only occasion when Um Imarah showed her bravery.
www.alinaam.org.za /library/nusaybah.htm   (998 words)

  
 Battle of Uhud
In this hadith, according to a group of Muslim scholars, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) meant his family - not the mountain itself - for the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to pass by it when returning from traveling.
At Uhud, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) refused the participation of some young Muslims, like Abdullah Ibn Umar and Usamah Ibn Zaid, for the too young to participate in fighting.
According to Al-Bukhari, Anas narrated that when it was the day of Uhud, the people left the the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) while Abu Talhah was in front of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) shielding him with his leather shield.
anwary-islam.com /battle/ghazwah_uhud.htm   (4376 words)

  
 The Battle Of Uhud
A few months after the Battle of Badr, a Muslim woman was indecently treated by some Jews of Banu Qaynuqa, the most hostile to the Muslims among the Jewish tribes.
The Battle of Uhud, therefore, became a decisive test to sift out the sincere and steadfast from the hypocritical and wavering ones, and served to make the Islamic community more stable and formidable than before.
On the second day of Uhud, therefore, he ordered those who had taken part in the Battle of Uhud the day before to gather and urged them to pursue the unbelievers.
www.thewaytotruth.org /prophetmuhammad/uhud.html   (4285 words)

  
 Battle of Uhud-Great Trial for the Believers by Mother Tynnetta Muhammad   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Battle of Uhud is revealed in great detail in Surah 3 of the Holy Qur’an, “The Family of Amran.
In today’s world events of global war and strife, unimaginable conflict and crisis, the same is proving true in the history of other people from nations and remote regions, such as Mongolia, now coming to world attention, with prophetic insights that link to the birth of the Nation of Islam in America.
A case in point is found in a review of the circumstances that evolved around the Battle of Uhud.
www.finalcall.com /artman/publish/printer_3054.shtml   (1117 words)

  
 Notes for Film The Message, Ted Thornton, NMH, Northfield Mount Hermon
Abu Sufyan, prominent Meccan merchant who led some of the Meccan campaigns against Muhammad (for example, the Battle of Uhud in 625).
625 Battle of Uhud: Muhammad is defeated by the Meccans and wounded in battle.
627 Battle of the Trench (khandaq) - An attack by the Meccan Quraysh and their "confederates" (al-azhaab) on the Prophet's Muslim forces at Medina is foiled by a combination of ruse and technology.
www.nmhschool.org /tthornton/notes_for_message.php   (1039 words)

  
 3. Al-i-Imran
So much so that on the occasion of the Battle of Badr these people of the Book sympathized with the evil aims of the idolaters in spite of the fact that their fundamental articles of the Faith-Oneness of Allah Prophethood Life-after- death-were the same as those of the Muslims.
This was the first clear indication of the fact that within the fold of the Muslim Community there was quite a large number of saboteurs who were always ready to conspire with the external enemies to harm their own brethren.
That is why a detailed review of the Battle of Uhud was needed to warn the Muslims of their shortcomings and to issue instructions for their reform.
www.islam101.com /quran/maududi/i003.htm   (1181 words)

  
 Abu Dujana: Wearing the Band of Bravery
During the battle of Uhud, the most significant battle after the victory of Badr, the Prophet (pbuh) urged his companions to fight with determination.
Before the battle of Uhud began, the Prophet (pbuh) had ordered a group of archers to remain on one side of a mountain to offer protection to the rear of the Muslim army.
When the Muslims started to defeat their enemies, however, forty of the archers assumed the battle was already won and raced down the mountain in order to receive their share of the war booty.
www.youngmuslims.ca /articles/display.asp?ID=20   (1335 words)

  
 Uhud Article
A committee was formed recently to discuss the matter after years of complaints over visitors that come to the cave to worship.
Some scholars have suggested simply fencing off the two-meter-wide entrance to the cave located about a kilometer from the ridge where archers were positioned during battles between followers of Islam and pagans.
During the Battle of Uhud, the Prophet, who was wounded in the skirmish, took rest in this cave.
www.savethehijaz.org /saveuhud.htm   (500 words)

  
 The Battle of Ohod
He was the bearer of his banner in every battle and he was the one who stayed with him at the Battle on the day of Al- Mihras (the Battle of Ohod, where there is gathered water called Al-Mihras), and he is the one who washed his blessed body and laid him in his tomb.
The Battle of Ohod was one of the battles on which the future of Islam depended.
The Battle of Badr laid the foundation of the Islamic state, but the Battle of Ohod was about to destroy the foundation, had not a small number of heroes headed by Ali been present.
www.al-islam.org /history/history/ohod.html   (2609 words)

  
 Battle of Uhud
In the western part of Uhud, a large spur descends steeply to the ground, and to the right of this spur, as seen from the direction of Medina, a valley rises gently and goes up and away as it narrows, at a defile about 1000 yards from the foot of the spur.
The Meccans lost twenty eight in the battle, while seventy men were killed among the Muslims.
Shortly after the battle of Uhud, a famine broke out in Mecca and its environs.
www.ismaili.net /histoire/history03/history323.html   (965 words)

  
 Call to Destroy Uhud Cave Rejected
The cave in Madinah where Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, took rest during the Battle of Uhud.
MADINAH, 23 January 2006 — The cave where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) took rest during the Battle of Uhud has become the subject of debate among scholars, some arguing for its destruction.
Madinah Governor Prince Abdul Aziz ibn Majed told Asharq Al-Awsat, the sister publication of Arab News, that he rejected the idea of destroying the site.
www.arabnews.com /?page=1§ion=0&article=76682&d=23&m=1&y=2006   (555 words)

  
 IslamOnline.net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pains of Uhud had not yet abated, and the Muslims' wounds were still fresh.
He and his father (may Allah be pleased with them) were eager to accompany the Prophet in Uhud, but one of them had been forced to stay behind to care for Jabir's seven sisters.
The father was not prepared to miss a battle beside the Prophet and ordered his son to look after his sisters.
www.islamonline.net /English/Ramadan/1427/MaliciousAttempts/02.shtml   (882 words)

  
 Restatement of History of Islam and Muslims
The battle of Uhud began just as the battle of Badr had begun, with a Makkan warrior advancing from his lines and challenging the Muslims to single combat.
In the battle of Uhud, many of the companions who were touted to be very brave and faithful, turned their backs upon the enemy, and ran for cover.
The cold-blooded brutality of these killings (in the battle of Uhud) illustrates once more the extraordinary contrast between the easy-going and often chivalrous warfare of the Arabs and the brutalities of their blood-feuds.
al-islam.org /restatement/24.htm   (5240 words)

  
 USC-MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts
On the day (of the battle) of Badr, the Prophet and his companions had inflicted 140 casualties on the pagans, 70 were taken prisoners, and 70 were killed.
'Umar appointed Qudama bin Maz'un as ruler of Bahrain, Qudama was one of the warriors of the battle of Badr and was the maternal uncle of Abdullah bin 'Umar and Hafsa.
On the day of the battle of Uhud, a man came to the Prophet and said, "Can you tell me where I will be if I should get martyred?" The Prophet replied, "In Paradise." The man threw away some dates he was carrying in his hand, and fought till he was martyred.
www.usc.edu /dept/MSA/fundamentals/hadithsunnah/bukhari/059.sbt.html   (16467 words)

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