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Copy of The Battle of Badr

Spiritual Retreat at Masjid Noorul Islam Bolton
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Sharif Patel

on 25 July 2013

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Transcript of Copy of The Battle of Badr

The Battle of Badr
No intention for battle...
313 men, 80 camels and 1 horse
Very few weapons and armour
It was Ramadhan and fasting had only been made compulsory a month earlier!
Abu Sufyan finds out...
At Badr
Conclusion
Before Badr
Why did the Prophet (sallallaho alaihi wassallam) and his companions march to Badr in the first place?
Makkans were gathering wealth to build an army to destroy the Muslims
They sent Abu Sufyan to Syria with their wealth
The caravan would be intercepted on it's return journey to Makkah
80 mile march to Badr - so The Messenger (sallallaho alaihi wassallam) ordered each camel to be shared between 3-4 men.
Scouts sent out by Abu Sufyan find out about the plans made by the Muslims
Alters his route
Sends his fastest rider to warn the Makkans
Makkans respond
Abu Jahl's arrogance and pride reach insane levels
He gathers an army of 1000 men,
many camels, horses and weapons
They march towards Badr
Abu Sufyan alters his route
The Muslims
set up camp on sandy ground near a well
night spent making dua
Mercy of Allah comes down on the believers (rain and slumber)
Knowledge of the unseen
kissing the Prophet (sallallaho alaihi wassallam)
The Kuffaar
advised to return as the caravan was now safe
arrogance of Abu Jahl erupted
camped on firm soil
Lessons
Have faith in Allah

Let your Imaan shine through

Don't compromise

Remember who you are

The Battle
One-on-one duels:
1. Hazrat Ali fights with Waleed bin Utba
2. Hazrat Hamza fights with Utba bin Rabia
3. Hazrat Ubaida fights with Shaiba bin Rabia
Hazrat Muaaz and Hazrat Mu'awiz look for Abu Jahl
Allah sends his angels with Hazrat Jibraeel and Hazrat Mikaeel (alaihi salaam)
Let's recap the main points
Greatest battle in history
Truth over evil
Peace over babarity
Importance of the Power of Imaan
Who are your heroes and champions?
Spiritual Retreat 1434AH Noorul Islam Bolton
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