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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi now begins to elaborate on the incidents that happened after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah came into effect.

The first incident is related to the son of Suhail ibn Amr - Abu Jandal. On hearing of the return of the Prophet ﷺ to Madina, Abu Jandal who was captured at the hands of the Quraysh made a headway to Hudaybiyyah. But his father demanded that his son be returned to him abiding by the clause. Thus, the Prophet ﷺ had to return Abu Jandal but asked him to never lose hope.

What happened next? Listen intently to inculcate the very same trait of Abu Jandal - uninhibited and unabashed love for Allah and His Messenger ﷺ.

The next important incident is that of Umar RA anger due to the terms of the Treaty and how it was a blatant disregard for the Muslims and how the Prophet ﷺ could have agreed to the terms and conditions.He is calmed down by Abu Bakr RA.

To release themselves from the state of Ihram which they had assumed when they had made the decision to got to Mecca, the Prophet ﷺ followed by the Sahabas shaved their hair, sacrificed their camels and headed back to Madinah.

Umar RA now feels the need to apologize to the Prophet ﷺ for his lapse in respect and regard for the Messenger of Allah ﷺ. So he tries his best to strike a conversation with the Prophet ﷺ but is met with no response. Finally, when the Prophet ﷺ calls him, he is elated and overjoyed beyond measure and this makes way for the Prophet ﷺ to recite the verses of Surah Fath which was Allah’s revelation to honour the Sahabas who had participated in the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah. Allah has praised them with profound and beautiful poetry and hence, Umar RA doubts are finally put to rest.

When and how did Prophet ﷺ miss his prayers? What happened that caused a lapse of this sort? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi divulges details and it is very amazing to know and gives us some assurity on missed Salah for genuine reasons.

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