Sayeduna Muhammad (SM) (Part-45)



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"Allahu A ’laa wa Ajar, Allahu A 'laa wa Ajal."
"Allah is greater and more exalted!"
Then Abu Sufiyan said: "Lanna Uzzaa wa laa Uzaa lakuml "

(We have Uzzaa and you have no Uzzaa).

Upon this Rasulullah (SM) : said, "O Umar reply to him:
"Allah is our protector and you have no protector."
At last Abu Sufiyan said that the following year the battle will continue at Badr and saying so he took his soldiers and left to return to Makkah.  

The Qur'an and the Battle of Uhud
The Muslims preparing for Uhud, the hypocrites breaking away from the Muslim army, their trying to create disorder among the Muslims, how initially the Muslims were victorious in battle, with Allah s help, and how they later by acting contrary to the orders of Rasulullah (SM), having to face defeat, Allah (SM) consoling the Muslims at their losses-all these things the Qur'an had dealt with in  considerable detail in Surah al-Imraan. Muhammad bin Ishaaq writes: "Allah (SM) has revealed seven verses with regard to the battle of Uhud: Ibn Abi Haatim report on the authority of Mosoor bin Maglamah that he said "I asked  Abdur Rahman bin Auf: Tell me your own story about the battle of Uhud."  He replied: "Read the one hundmd and! twenty verses of Surah Al-Imran and you will come to know the whole story." These verses start from here.

(O Prophet remember) that morning you left the household early to post the faithful at their stations for battle. And Allah hears and knows all things.

Remember two of your parties meditated cowardice
But Allah was their protector and in Allah showed the faithful ever put their trust." (3:121-122)

"So lose not heart nor fall into despair, For you must gain mastery if you are true in faith. If a wound had touched you, be sure a similar  wound have touched the others.

Such days of varying fortunes we give to men and men by turns that Allah might know those that believe and that He might take to Himself from your ranks martyr witnesses to truth.
And Allah loves not those who do wrong."(3:139-140)

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