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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi makes a detailed lecture on the incidents that transpired in the battle of Hunayn.

When the Muslims were helped by the angels sent down by Allah during the course of this battle, some of them did see the angels or felt their presence and one amongst them was Jubayr ibn Mut'im who was the son of Mut'im ibn Adi.

The returns of the battle, the ghaneema was the most that the Muslims had ever laid hands upon - 24,000 camels, 40,000 goats and much more. The Prophet ﷺ accumulated all this in a valley called Ji'ranah.

When the returns of the war were being distributed amongst the Quraysh such as Abu Sufyan, Safwan etc, the Ansar had a feeling of being left out from this although they were an essential part of the battle and they were the most trusted of the lot to the Prophet ﷺ. The Messenger of Allah ﷺ senses and asks for all the Ansar to be gathered in one room. What transpires next? What does the Prophet ﷺ say to them? Does it have the desired effect? What is the wisdom in the decision made? Get all these answers by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi and take a moment to feel mesmerised by the man that Prophet ﷺ is.

The story of Shayma is next up in line for discussion and is an interesting one that is worth a listen.

The battles of Badr and Hunayn have been mentioned in the Qur'an and there are similarities of sorts in both these battles. How so? Badr was a spiritual victory and Hunayn was a financial victory. Allah sent angels down in both these Ghazwa and also, the Muslims won these battles because of the appropriate and timely assistance that was meted out to them in the difficult, trying and testing times.

The next point is the Umrah that the Prophet ﷺ did from Jiranah. How many Umrahs have been done by the Prophet ﷺ? And how did they happen? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi answers.

 

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