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Transcript of SULH-UL-HUDAYBIYYAH
The statement of the SULH-UL-HUDAYBIYYAH treaty was as follows::
“In your name, O God!
This is the treaty of peace between Muhammad Ibn Abdullah and Suhayl ibn Amr. They have agreed to allow their arms to rest for ten years. During this time each party shall be secure, and neither shall injure the other; no secret damage shall be inflicted, but honesty and honour shall prevail between them. Whoever in Arabia wishes to enter into a treaty or covenant with Muhammad can do so, and whoever wishes to enter into a treaty or covenant with the Quraysh can do so. And if a Qurayshite comes without the permission of his guardian to Muhammad, he shall be delivered up to the Quraysh; but if, on the other hand, one of Muhammad's people comes to the Quraysh, he shall not be delivered up to Muhammad. This year, Muhammad, with his companions, must withdraw from Mecca, but next year, he may come to Mecca and remain for three days, yet without their weapons except those of a traveller, the swords remaining in their sheaths.”
The Story Of Abu Jandal
By Nesmal Majeed, Mohammed Omar, Mohammed Samar, Abdullah Muhammed
The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah or Sulh-ul-Hudaibiyyah was an important event that took place during the formation of Islam. It was a treaty between Prophet Muhammad, representing the state of Medina, and the Quraish tribe of Mecca in Dhu al-Qi'dah, 6 AH. It helped to decrease tension between the two cities, affirmed a 10-year peace, and authorized Muhammad's followers to return the following year in a peaceful pilgrimage.