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Who were sentenced to death during the conquest of Mecca?

Some hadith sources "On the day of the Conquest of Makkah, the Messenger of Allah [SAW] granted amnesty to the people, except four men and two women. He said: 'Kill them, even if you find them ...
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Could Muhammad have been killed in battle?

Yes, the Prophet could have gotten killed in battle. In the Holy Qur'an 3:144, it says ﻭَﻣَﺎ ﻣُﺤَﻤَّﺪٌ ﺇِﻻَّ ﺭَﺳُﻮﻝٌ ﻗَﺪْ ﺧَﻠَﺖْ ﻣِﻦ ﻗَﺒْﻠِﻪِ ٱﻟﺮُّﺳُﻞُ ۚ ﺃَﻓَﺈﻦ ﻣَّﺎﺕَ ﺃَﻭْ ﻗُﺘِﻞَ ٱﻧﻘَﻠَﺒْﺘُﻢْ ...
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In the the verses 30:2-3 , Where were the Romans defeated by the Persians? Is this verse a miracle or not?

The prophecy about the Romans winning in less than 10 years after losing to the Persians did take place. The place where the Romans got defeated is not explicitly mentioned in the Qur'an or the ...
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Tafsir of Verse 13 in Sura 3

The matter can be explained by other verses were Allah says: And already had Allah given you victory at [the battle of] Badr while you were few in number. Then fear Allah ; perhaps you will be ...
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What were the rules of engagement in military conflicts in the first centuries after Muhammad?

Yes. There is consensus that it is forbidden to slay non-combatant women and children during war. Additionally, the view of the majority is that it is also forbidden to slay very old men. This has ...
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Was Rome ever conquered by the Muslims as this hadith suggests?

The Arabic in that hadith literally just says "…والروم…" ("…and Rome…") It doesn't say, or even imply, anything about conquering, much less being conquered by Muslims. The sign ...
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why did the Battle of Badr Start?

The first verses of the Quran that were revealed about fighting are in Surah Hajj: Permission (to fight) is given to those (believers) who are fought against, because they have been wronged; and ...
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What is the reason behind Gazwa-E-Hind?

There is no unique reason for the conquest of Hind. Islam prescribes conquest of essentially every place to bring it under Islamic rule. Commands to fight war such as 9:29, 9:36, 9:73, 9:123 etc. are ...
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Does [2:191-193] support forceful conversion to Islam?

There is No Force Conversion in Islam Quran 2:256 (Sahih International Translation) There shall be no compulsion in [acceptance of] the religion. The right course has become distinct from the wrong. ...
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Sunni authenticity of this quote about zulfiqar

This narration is not considered very authentic by Sunnis. Ibn Jawzi quotes it in his book Mawdhoo'aat ("Fabrications"), so that should give an indication. He goes on to quote the narrations ...
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Ahadeth about zakat which contradicts and confuse me a lot

I see no contradiction here. The first hadith was narrated by ibn Umar, with no indication that Umar or Abu Bakr were even present to hear it. The second hadith being discussed is narrated by ...
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Is the hadith concerning the conquest of Constantinople when the Dajjal comes forth authentic?

Sheikh al albani classified this hadith as hasan. There's also a sahih Hadith in Muslim which may act as an evidence for the authenticity of this hadith. Abu Huraira reported Allah's Apostle (may ...
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Why didn't the Prophet fight his enemies during the early years of Islam?

I am not really sure what you mean by 3 years. The Prophet ﷺ stayed in Makkah for around 13 years. Then he migrated to Medinah and military activities started soon after migration, the expedition of ...
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Could Muhammad have been killed in battle?

Muhammad (PBUH) was an ordinary man, a human just like the rest of us. Biologically, anatomically not any different. He himself said "I can't do anything without the support of Allah (SWT)". ...
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What is the position on fighting against seemingly unwinnable odds?

I would have answered this in the comment, but I am unable to post one. In my opinion, a battle, even if it is lost, may still be "useful". (I am a pacifist, so this word weighs heavily on my tongue) ...
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