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mn The “Ghazwah” of Ûhud : Glad Tidings of Victory

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The “Ghazwah” of Ûhud : Glad Tidings of Victory



Part One


Verily, praise be to Allah! We thank Him, ask Him for assistance and forgiveness, and seek refuge with Him from The evils of our inner selves and The mischievous nature of our deeds. Whoever is guided by Allah nobody shall lead him astray, but whoever Allah dooms to misguidance shall never benefit from any guidance elsewhere. I bear witness that there is no deity except Allah, with no partner, and bear witness that Muhammad () is His Servant and Messenger. O Allah! Send Your Salat (Graces, Honors, and Mercy) and Peace on him, his Companions, and The tab'în (the contemporaries of The Companions of The Prophet [] after his death), and on all those who follow them righteously till The Day of Judgment.

To start with: Fear (Taqwa) Allah () as He should be feared and hold fast to The firm bond of Islam: O you who believe [in Mûsâ (Moses) (i.e. Jews) and ‘Îsâ (Jesus) (i.e. Christians)]! Fear Allâh, and believe in His Messenger (Muhammad وسلم صلى الله عليه), He will give you a double portion of His Mercy, and He will give you a light by which you shall walk (straight). And He will forgive you. And Allâh is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful 28 [Al-Ĥadeed: 28].

O Muslims!

The world is witnessing today major events, a colossal historical metamorphosis, and massive backbreaking and depressing hardships. The whole globe is experiencing a wave of accelerated ordeals and shifts in regimes and beliefs ‒which renders The forbearing person confused. They are ordeals like a pitch-dark night. None can escape Allah’s pre-ordained predicament except he who shall receive Allah’s grace. We are a nation (ûmmah) with a (revealed) religion and followers of a (divine) Message; we have at our disposal a Holy Book and The Prophet’s Sunnah.

The eternal miracle of The Qur’ān is that although it was revealed fourteen centuries ago and it engaged this nation in an enormous battle which transformed not only its history but also The history of humanity altogether, yet it (the Qur’ān) continues to accommodate itself to contemporary life conditions as if it were still in The course of being revealed so as to orientate Muslims in their current circumstances and in their struggle with The events taking place around them.

O Muslims!

Many similar ways (and mishaps of life) were faced by nations (believers and disbelievers) that have passed away before you (as you have faced in The battle of Uhud), so travel through The earth, and see what was The end of those who disbelieved (in The Oneness of Allâh, and disobeyed Him and His Messengers. 137 This (the Qur’ân) is a plain statement for mankind, a guidance and instruction to those who are Al-Muttaqûn (the pious). [Âl-‘Imrân: 137-138]. The Holy Qur’ān does establish a link between The present instant of this Ûmmah (nation) and its past, tracing by The same token its future perspective.

O servants of Allah!

The aforementioned Qur’ānic verses were revealed on The occasion of The Ûȟud Ghazwah, which took place during The 10th of Shawwal (3rd Hijri year), when The polytheists of Quraish decided to take revenge on Muslims for having defeated them in The prior Ghazwah of Badr. So, they mobilized their troops by gathering three thousand warriors to be stationed at The outskirts of Madinah. After consulting his Companions, of whom many insisted on The military encounter outside Medinah, Prophet Muhammad () ‒who was initially inclined to stay at Madinah and use it as a stronghold‒ eventually left Madinah accompanied by seven hundred of his Companions after The leader of The hypocrites had already dissuaded people (from enlisting in The Muslim forces) and managed to persuade one third of The (Muslim) army to retreat back to Madinah. Afterwards, The Prophet camped at The mountain of Ûȟud with The remaining soldiers and ordered The archers to be stationed up there, commanding them not to leave their positions.

The fight was sparked on The battlefield. The Muslims initially won The battle and, as a result, The polytheists fled and their banner fell down. Reckoning that The battle war over, some archers swiftly left their positions up The mountain. Then, The polytheists gathered around The Muslims and attacked them from behind. Consequently, they killed seventy among The best Companions, fractured The Prophet’s skull, broke his premolar tooth, and spread The rumor that they killed The Prophet (). This grieved The believers deeply, caused them great pain, and a strong feeling of a humiliating defeat.

Later, The polytheists circulated The rumor that they were heading to Madinah. So The Prophet () called up The injured and The extremely exhausted among his followers, who promptly responded to his call despite their grave wounds. They immediately rushed to fight their enemy in all courage, paying no attention to those who let them down.

Meanwhile, historic statements, eloquent speeches, exceptional attitudes, acts of heroism, regressions and rebukes were made. This historic event was recorded in The Holy Qur’ān to be recited until The Day of Judgment. Sixty verses in Âl-‘Imrân (chapter 3 in The Holy Qur’ān) were revealed on this issue. They were not a sheer record of a historical event that took place in The remote past. On The contrary, The reader of those verses experiences those events and projects them onto The conditions of (today’s) Muslims and sees them surrounded by their enemies, who are lying in ambush for them, constantly conspiring against them, harboring envious thoughts about them, spreading lies and suspicion amongst them, bearing mutual rancor against them, rallying against them, meeting them on The battlefield, fleeing them, then they return to sow dissension among them. History is repeating itself, indeed.

O believers!

If a wound (and killing) has touched you, be sure a similar wound (and killing) has touched The others. And so are The days (good and not so good), We give to men by turns, that Allâh may test those who believe, and that He may take martyrs from among you. And Allâh likes not The Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong-doers). 140 And that Allâh may test (or purify) The believers (from sins) and destroy The disbelievers. 141 [Âl-‘Imrân: 140-141]. This alternation of human conditions between adversity and delight reveals The real nature of individuals, their true character, The extent of their panic and patience, and The extent of their faith or loss of hope in Allah.

It is indeed beneficial to The nation to experience violent shocks in order to purge evil from it. Divine wisdom ordained this purification to take place during The Ûȟud Ghazwah: Allâh will not leave The believers in The state in which you are now, until He distinguishes The wicked from The good. Nor will Allâh disclose to you The secrets of The Ghaib (unseen) … [Âl-‘Imrân: 179].

The alternation of days and of adversity and delight are an infallible criterion and a just balance.

In The battle of Ûȟud, The flaws of The hypocrites were uncovered. Their effect, as it has always been, is to exploit periods of weakness to rock The hearts, break The ranks, propagate debility, arouse schisms and suspicions to destroy The structure of The Muslim society, starting with its faith and values in order to facilitate its surrender to mighty victors.

The repercussions of The battle contributed to The purification of The souls and The distinction between The camps of The believers and The hypocrites whose hidden traits were made clear. Those repercussions contributed to The liberation from attenuated morals and reluctant feelings.

Although Îbn Obey (leader of The hypocrites) succeeded in convincing one third of The people to return to Madinah and abandon The support of The Prophet (), there was still a pure elite (of Companions) who were steadfast, who assumed their responsibilities of spreading religion, spending money to support fighters, fighting relentlessly on The battlefield, and holding fast to The value of patience and perseverance: Among The believers are men who have been true to their covenant with Allâh [i.e. they have gone out for Jihâd (holy fighting), and showed not their backs to The disbelievers]; of them some have fulfilled their obligations (i.e. have been martyred); and some of them are still waiting, but they have never changed [i.e. they never proved treacherous to their covenant which they concluded with Allâh] in The least. [Al-Aȟzeb: 23].

It was thanks to their perseverance and sacrifice that Allah protected The destiny of Islam in The early period of its history. Again, it is with such heroic deeds, persevering spirit, and strong patience that Allah will continue to preserve The existence of Islam in The remaining human history.

O Muslims!

Allah () was indeed able to support His Prophet, His religion, and His servants from The first instant, and destroy The enemies of The believers without any hard work or effort from The latter. But Allah () wanted to educate The believers and put them to The test so that they could qualify for a rational leadership of humanity, despite The vulnerability of humans to whims, caprices, and devious conduct. Such leadership requires unshakable faith, unswerving attachment to The value of truth, and strong patience in times of hardship: …But (He lets you fight) in order to test some of you with others. But those who are killed in The Way of Allâh, He will never let their deeds be lost. [Muhammad: 4]. This is Allah’s law: trial before granting (Muslims) access to power.

Servants of Allah!

Before those Qur’ānic verses unfold The scenes and attitudes related to The Ûȟud Ghazwah, Allah reminds The believers of The battle in which they were victorious, The Great Battle of Badr. This juxtaposition is meant to make each battle act as foil to The other, as Muslims are supposed to assume their full responsibility for defeat and Victory alike: "Yes, if you hold on to patience and piety, and The enemy comes rushing at you; your Lord will help you with five thousand angels having marks (of distinction)."  [Âl-‘Imrân: 125].

Consider these divine words: "Yes, if you hold on to patience and piety…”. It is indeed patience and taqwa (fear of Allah), with all meanings and nuances, that are The secret of victory.

O believers!

In The course of divine directives and hints expressed in The verses of Sûrat Âl-‘Imrân, Allah warns against The conspiracies of The People of The Scripture, knowing that there were only Jews who used to live with Muslims in Madinah at that time. Allah warns Muslims not to incline towards The infidels or obey them. As to The first half of The Sûrat, it depicts one of The facets of The conflict between Islamic faith and devious beliefs. Allah engages The People of The Scripture in a debate, arguing with them and rebutting The unwarranted doubts (they raise about religion).

It is not an abstract argument; it is rather one realistic facet of The huge battle opposing Muslims to their enemies who lie in ambush for them, gather force to assail them, and ‒when waging war against them‒ use all sorts of weaponry, conspiracies, and evil means. The most prominent of such means is to shake The Muslims’ faith. Indeed, The same battle is still going on up to The present moment between Muslims and their enemies.

Embedded in those Qur’ānic verses is Allah’s warning against usury, as well as His command for believers to observe taqwa (fear of Allah), seek paradise, purify their souls, strengthen their faith, control their caprices and whims, adhere to charity and forgiveness, and spread love, tolerance, and righteousness: Those who spend (in Allâh’s Cause) in prosperity and in adversity, who repress anger, and who pardon men; verily, Allâh loves Al-Muhsinûn (the good-doers). [Âl-‘Imrân: 134].

The human being can never win in wars unless he/she wins in prior contests: those of values and principles. Those who turned back on The day The two hosts met at The battle of Uhud, it was Satan who caused them to run away from The battlefield because of some sins they had earned. (Cf Âl-‘Imrân, verse 155) . However, those who won The battles of faith behind their prophets had already started The battle by asking Allah for forgiveness from their sins, seeking refuge with Him and purifying themselves from wrongdoings.
Perhaps, The consequence of The archers’ disobedience of The prophet’s orders in The Ûȟud Ghazwah may serve as a useful lesson from which Muslims can learn to appreciate The value of obedience in every confrontation. A community which is not governed by a single source of command, and whose individuals and groups (sects) are dominated by personal conflicts, will not win a battle or succeed in a confrontation as long as its members do not agree on just a single aspiration and a single destination, and as long as they do not suppress all types of dissidence among their ranks.

When Muslims felt extremely shocked by The disaster which reversed their lives and turned everything upside down, Allah said to them, (What is The matter with you?) When a single disaster smites you, although you smote (your enemies) with one twice as great, you say: "From where does this come to us?" Say (to them), "It is from yourselves (because of your evil deeds)." And Allâh has power over all things. [Âl-‘Imrân: 165]

O servants of Allah!

Despite The gravity of The ordeal inflicted on Muslims while struggling in defense of Allah’s cause, they never sever their relationship with Allah; nor do they lose confidence in The truthfulness of Allah’s promise to grant His soldiers Victory sooner or later. They never renounce faith in His vow not to let them down; on The contrary, they believe that He will lead them to victory, support them, place them in a superior position to that of their enemies, and grant them supremacy.

The Ûȟud Ghazwah left deep scars on The Prophet’s () psychological state, as he was physically hurt, for his tooth was broken, his faced was wounded, and his skull was fractured. His pure blood kept running on his virtuous face until a piece of a mat was burnt and stuck on it (as remedy to stop The bleeding). Thirst exhausted him so much that he kept falling on his knees. He also suffered from human casualties among his followers; in fact, he lost at The foot of Mount Uhud seventy among his dearest Companions and closest to his heart. He said, “I swear by Allah, I wish I were among my companions who departed this life at The foot of The mountain.”

He also suffered from loss of lives among his family members. When he was informed that his paternal uncle Ĥamza was killed, he stood by his corpse and saw his abdomen ripped open, his nose amputated, and his whole corpse maimed. So, he did not want to look at him in that state and said, “I have never been placed in a position of suffering from injustice more than this time.”

Nevertheless, The total submission to Allah’s will soon wiped ephemeral sorrows. The Prophet () resumed his inspection tour of The site, asking about his Companions, relieving their suffering, and inspiring them with his strong faith in order to alleviate their pain and incite them to accept their divine trial with a spirit of surrender to Allah’s decree.

Rifa'a Az-Zuraqi () said, "On Uhud day when The polytheists retreated, Allah's Messenger () said to his Companions: “Straighten up so that I thank my Lord”, ‘and when they queued up behind him, he said’: “O Allah! All Praise is due unto You. O Allah! none can seize what You have rescued, neither can anyone rescue what You have seized; and none can guide whom You have misguided, neither can anyone misguide whom You have guided; and none can deliver what You have deterred, neither can anyone deter what You have given; and none can make near that which You have made far, neither can anyone distance what You made near; O Allah! Rescue us by Your Blessings, and by Your Mercy; and by Your Grace; and by Your [ordained] Sustenance; O Allah! I ask You for steady bliss, that neither withers nor evades; O Allah! I ask You for bliss on The day of dreadfulness; and for tranquility on The day of fear; O Allah! I take refuge with You from The evil of what You sent our way [as fate], and The evil of what you didn’t send; O Allah! Endear to us iimaan (faith) and adorn our hearts with it; and make us hate kufr (disbelief), and sinfulness, and defiance; and make us from The well-guided ones; O Allah! Grant us death as Muslims; and keep us alive as Muslims; and join us among The righteous, without [us falling into] ill-repute and disenfranchisement [in Your court]; O Allah! Kill The kafirs – The people who contravene Your Prophets and avert Your [commanded] path; and unleash on them Your punishment and torment; O Allah, The True God! Kill The kafirs who were given The book (i.e., people of The book)”. [Reported by Imam Ahmad and others]

O servants of Allah!

The Holy Qur’ān was gentle in addressing The believers after what befell them at Uhud so that their defeat in The battlefield would not turn into despair that might weaken their forces and a regret that might paralyze their productivity. Allah () says: So do not become weak (against your enemy), nor be sad, and you will be superior (in victory) if you are indeed (true) believers. If a wound (and killing) has touched you, be sure a similar wound (and killing) has touched The others. And so are The days (good and not so good), We give to men by turns, that Allâh may test those who believe, and that He may take martyrs from among you. And Allâh likes not The Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong-doers).  [Al Imran: 139-140]

In addressing them, Allah () combined encouraging them, strengthening their souls and reviving their determination and mettle. He showed The good consolation and mentioned The brilliant wisdom that required granting The disbelievers Victory over them. Allah consoled His Prophet and His Auliyâ’ for those who were killed in His Way with The best and kindest consolation and The most conducive to accept what He decreed for them. He also told them about what they had got of His reward and esteem in order to compete with them about it and not to grieve for their death. He told them that The disaster is due to their own selves (because of their evil deeds) so that they should be on The lookout. He also told them that it took place according to His decree and destiny so that they keep to The Oneness of Allah, put their trust in Him and not to fear anyone other than Him. He consoled them with what He had given them that was worthier and more serious than The Victory and spoils that they had missed.

The outcome of The Uhud Ghazwah and The Qur’ānic guidance preceding The events were greater than The outcome of Victory and spoils. The believers learnt that when defeat happens, it follows Allah’s law due to slackness and negligence and that it achieves outcomes which Allah predestines by His wisdom and knowledege in order to scrutinize souls, distinguish camps, clarify facts, adopt values, establish The measures and make The laws clear to shrewd people.

Victory depends on nothing but The support of The Lord of al-'ālamîn (the worlds) for whomever Allah () helps, none can overcome him and his betrayal by others shall not harm him.

I seek refuge with Allah from The outcast Shaitân (devil): If Allâh helps you, none can overcome you; and if He forsakes you, who is there after Him that can help you? And in Allâh (Alone) let believers put their trust  [Al Imran: 160]. And in all of this there are lessons for Muslims these days in every land and under every sky.

May Allah bless you and me by The Qur'ān and Sunnah and benefit us with their verses and wisdom! Having said this, I ask Allah, be He exalted, to forgive me and you!

Part Two

Praise be to Allah, Lord of The worlds, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful and The Only Owner (and The Only Ruling Judge) of The Day of Recompense (i.e. The Day of Resurrection)! I bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship but Allah, The King, and The Manifest Truth. I also bear witness that Muhammad () is His servant and Messenger, The honest and The faithful. May Allah send His Salat (Graces, Honours, and Mercy), Peace and Blessing on him, his family and all his Companions!
O Muslims!
While early Muslims needed only dozens of men and a few months to regain their strength and excel in subsequent battles, Muslims these days drained millions of their souls and decades of their ages but their conditions have not changed and The difference between them and their predecessors is in learning lessons from others and inspiring themselves with preachments.
While early Muslims used to return to their religion after each defeat, resort to their Lord (Allah) and stick around their Prophet (), Muslims these days are being driven away from their religion, alienated from their Sharia and kept from all means of Victory and its supplies.
You can look around at The situation of many Muslim countries during The last century after they had been colonized and lost their power. Even today, they have tried all ways, knocked all doors, got their share from The modern sciences, acquired weapons and military equipment, and The treasures of The world and The springs of its fuel have flowed under their feet. However, these days, The blood that is being shed is theirs; The lands that are being invaded are theirs, and The people who are being subdued are theirs. Even in their own countries, their fate is controlled by The minorities.
O Muslims!
The flame of disasters is driving you back to your religion, The whips of destiny are pushing you to resort to your Creator, and The calamities of ad-dahr (time) are calling you: come to that with which your predecessors were powerful and proud and to that which gave them strength.
O Muslims!
Reassess yourselves, as The space is full of media and channels which do not belong to a conservative past nor do they care about a painful reality. Furthermore, people are unmindful, and their wounds are bleeding in every valley.
How come that there is extravagance and lavishness while among Muslims there is suffering and people who are hungry? Have you not seen that days are taken by turns and that time is fickle?
O our people in Syria! Allah is on your side and no one but Him! The whole world has abandoned you so that you become more attached to Allah. The East has condemned your liberation so that your attachment to your religion becomes stronger. They have prevented you from getting assistance so that you humbly seek it from Allah. Seek help in Allâh and be patient. Verily, The earth is Allâh’s. He gives it as a heritage to whom He wills of His slaves; and The (blessed) end is for The Muttaqûn. [Al-A‘râf: 128]
The tyrant of Syria has exceeded all limits in slaughtering his people, and he has shown enmity to his own country which no other enemy has ever shown before. His link with Allah is cut but it is attached with The defeated on earth. What he has recently shown of arrogance, empowerment (from his supporters), and carelessness for what is happening in Syria is but The awakening before death. This is a sign that The Glad Tidings of an imminent Victory from Allah will soon manifest itself in Syria. The sun of salvation will rise up; The birds whose migration has been long, will return. The believers shall rejoice with Allah’s victory. Bravery is but an hour of patience!
O Allah! You are The Compeller! You are The Avenger! Hasten The demise of The oppressive people! O Allah! Hasten The demise of The oppressive people! Have mercy on The oppressed among your servants and heal The hearts of The believing people!
Muslims, before all other people, have to rush to The relief of their brothers in Syria as their misery is increasing with cold weather, bitter snow and sweeping floods. May Allah help them!
O Allah! Send Your Salat (Graces, Honors, and Mercy), Peace and Blessing on Your Servant and Messenger, Muhammad, and on his good and pure family! O Allah! Be pleased with all of Your Messenger’s Companions and those who followed them in righteousness until The Day of Judgement!

O Allah! Grant glory to Islam and Muslims and fail tyrants, infidels and corruptors! O Allah! Grant glory to Your Religion, Your Book and The sunnah of Your Prophet and Your believing servants!

O Allah! Foreordain for this nation (the nation of Islam) a matter (an affair) of rationality (guidance) whereby The people of piety are honored and sinful people are guided, and whereby al-ma’roof (good deeds) is promoted and al-munkar (evil deeds) is prevented! O Lord of The worlds!

O Allah! Make preoccupied with their own evil those who wish to harm Islam and Muslims! Turn their plots and their cunning against them and make that The cause of their own destruction! O Lord of The worlds!

O Allah! Grant Victory to The Mujahideen in Your cause in Palestine, in The Levant and wherever they may be, O Lord of The worlds! O Allah! Lift The siege around them, improve their conditions, and suppress their enemy!

O Allah! Liberate Al-Aqsa Mosque from The oppressors’ injustice and The occupiers’ aggression!

O Allah! Improve The conditions of Muslims everywhere! O Allah! Improve their conditions and group them around Your Truth and Guidance! O Allah! Spare their blood, safeguard their tranquility, bring them close together, feed their hungry, protect their honor, grant them boldness, strength and Victory against their oppressors!

O Allah! Guide our leader, The Custodian of The Two Holy Mosques, to do whatever you love and accept. O Allah! Guide him to piety and righteousness! O Allah! Impart to him health and well-being! O Allah! Impart to him well-being! O Allah! Bring him full recovery and keep him in good health! O Allah! Grant him, his Crown Prince, their brothers and assistants success to do what is good for The people and The country!

O Allah! Grant success to all The leaders of Muslims in order to govern by Your Sharia and follow The sunnah of Your Prophet ()! O Allah! Make them merciful to Your true servants!

O Allah! Make safe and prosperous our country and all Muslim countries around The world! Protect us against The evil of wrongdoers and The maliciousness of The lecherous!
Our Lord! Give us in this world that which is good and in The Hereafter that which is good, and save us from The torment of The Fire! [Al Baqarah: 201], Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and our transgressions (in keeping our duties to You), establish our feet firmly, and give us Victory over The disbelieving folk. [Al Omran: 147]

O Allah! Forgive our sins, cover our flaws, make easy our affairs and fulfill our wishes in what pleases You! O Allah! Forgive our sins, those of our parents, our grandparents, our wives and children! You are indeed All-Hearing!

O Allah! We ask You to be pleased with us and grant us Your Paradise! We seek refuge in You against Your wrath and hell fire!

O Allah! You are Allah, and there is no deity worthy of worship but You! You are The Self-Sufficient while we (humans) are destitute! Do send down rain on us and save us from despair! O Allah! Send rain down on us! Bestow upon us expedient rain; a blissful, flowing, widespread, useful, and harmless rain: one that would rejuvenate The land, quench The people’s thirst and reach The rural and The urban lands!

O Allah! Send down upon us rain of mercy, not rain of torment, disaster, destruction, or flooding!
O Allah! Answer our prayers, for You are indeed The All-Hearing, The All-Knowing! And forgive us! You are indeed Most Forgiving, Most Merciful!

Glorified be Your Lord, The Lord of Honor and Power! You are free from what they attribute unto You! May peace be upon all The Messengers! And all praise be to Allah, The Lord of The worlds!
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