Prophetic invasions

The conquests of Muhammad bin Abdullah, as historians call them, or what is known among Muslims as the conquests of the Prophet’s era, began with the beginning of the spread of the Islamic religion at the beginning of the seventh century AD, and this is after Muslims began jihad. These conquests came to conform to the concept of jihad imposed by God Almighty.

Definition of the invasion

Invasion: It is the march to fight in order to defeat the enemy, and the conquest is the singular of the conquest, and its plural is invasions as in desires, and the conquest of the enemy when he is in his country, it differs from this from battles. And the company: It is a piece of the army and it consists of five to three hundred and four hundred people, and the advance of the armies is directed to the enemy, and gathers them as companies.

The death toll from the invasions

The number of martyrs in all the battles reached nearly a thousand from both sides, including 600 Jews from Banu Qurayza who were sentenced to death after they broke their covenants with the Muslims twice on the day of the Battle of the Trench.

Statistics for invasions

  • The invasions led by the Holy Prophet Muhammad bin Abdullah amounted to twenty-nine.
  • It included nine campaigns in which fighting took place, and the rest of the invasions achieved their goals without fighting.
  • The Noble Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, went out on seven expeditions, in which it was known before their occurrence that the polytheists planned their aggression against the Muslims.
  • The conquests lasted for eight years, from the second year of hijrah to the ninth year of hijrah.
  • The greatest momentum of invasions occurred in the second Hijri year, and there were eight invasions in this year.
  • All the delegations and companies together amounted to thirty-eight missions and companies.

The Prophet’s conquests in order

  • The Battle of Al-Abwa’, which took place in Wadan, was in the second year of migration.
  • The Battle of Boat It took place in the land of Boat, in the second year of the Hijrah.
  • The clan raid, which took place in the second year of migration.
  • The first battle of Badr, which took place in Wadi Safwan, was in the second year of migration.
  • The Great Battle of Badr was in Badr, and it took place on the seventeenth day of Ramadan for the second year of the Hijrah, which is equivalent to the thirteenth of March and 624 AD.
  • The Battle of Bani Salim, which took place at the Battle of Qarqarat Al-Kadr, and in the second year of migration.
  • The Battle of Banu Qaynuqa’ took place in Medina in the second year of migration.
  • The Battle of Al-Suwaiq took place in Qarqarat Al-Kadr in the second year of migration.
  • The Battle of Dhi Amar, and it took place in Dhi Amar in the third year of migration.
  • The Battle of Bahran took place at the site of Bahran in the third year of migration.
  • The Battle of Uhud took place in Mount Uhud, in the third year of migration.
  • The battle of Hamra al-Assad took place in Hamra al-Assad after Uhud in response to it.
  • The Battle of Bani al-Nadir, which took place in Medina in the fourth year of migration.
  • The Battle of Dhat Al-Raqqa took place in the fourth year and in the same Al-Raqqa.
  • The Battle of Badr afterlife took place in Badr in the fourth year of migration.
  • The Battle of Dumat Al-Jandal took place in Dumat Al-Jandal in the fifth year of migration.
  • The Battle of Bani Al-Mustaliq and took place in Al-Maraisa, in the fifth year of migration.
  • The Battle of the Trench took place in Medina in the fifth year.
  • The Battle of Banu Qurayza took place in Medina for the same year.
  • The Battle of Bani Lihyan, which took place in the sixth year in Gran.
  • The Battle of Dhi Qird and took place in the sixth year in Dhul Qird.
  • The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah took place in the sixth year in Hudaybiyya.
  • The Battle of Khaybar and took place in Khaybar for the seventh year.
  • The Battle of Umrah eliminated and took place in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.
  • The conquest of Mecca took place in the eighth year of migration.
  • Hunayn Battle It took place in Wadi Hunain for the eighth year of migration.
  • The Battle of Taif took place in the eighth year.
  • The Battle of Tabuk, which took place in southern Jordan in the Battle of Tabuk in the ninth year of the Hijrah.

How many battles of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace?

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