When did the Battle of Badr take place? How many Muslims fought with the prophet (PBUH)? How many disbelievers took part in the battle? And who was their leader?

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    These are all trivial details that you can easily find by doing some research on your own. – UmH May 9 '20 at 11:50
  • Also, see this for more detailed understandings: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…. – Osama Shakeel Apr 30 at 22:05

On March 13, 624, Mohammed led Muslims to victory in the Battle of Badr, Saudi Arabia. The armies involved were not large: fewer than 400 Muslims and around 1,000 Meccan fighters. Despite the superior numbers of the Meccan forces (about 1,000 men), the Muslims scored a complete victory.

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