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Edition: 134

TAMIL - AUTHOR : MUFTI A.UMAR SHARIF KASHIMI

c`{j; NghUf;F gpd; mDg;gl;l gil gphpTfSk; FOf;fSk;.

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Kd;gpUe;j gak; c`{j; Nghhpdhy; mfd;Wtpl;ljhy; xU fhyk; tiu K];ypk;fs; khw;whh;fs; %yk; gy Mgj;JfSf;Fk; mr;Rwj;jy;fSf;Fk; ,yf;fhapdh;.

,Ug;gpDk; egp K`k;kJ (]y;) mth;fspd; Qhdkpf;f El;gkhd eltbf;if ,e;epiyikia khw;wpaJ. K];ypk;fSf;F mth;fs; ,oe;j kjpg;ig kPl;L je;jJ. cah;itAk; fz;zpaj;ijAk; mth;fSf;F Gjpjhf mspj;jJ. ,e;j mbg;gilapy; egpath;fs; vLj;j Kjy; Kaw;rp mG+]{/g;ahdpd; gilia tpul;babf;f mth;fs; vLj;j eltbf;ifahFk;. ,jd; fhuzkhf K];ypk;fs; kjpg;G rw;W ghJfhf;fg;gl;lJ. mth;fSf;F ,Ue;j cah;tpy; XusT jf;fitf;fg;gl;lJ. ,ijj; njhlh;e;J NkYk; gy jhf;Fjy;fis egp (]y;) mth;fs; Nkw;nfhz;lhh;fs;. ,j;jhf;Fjy;fs; K];ypk;fSf;F ,oe;j fz;zpaj;ijAk; kjpg;igAk; kPl;L nfhLj;jJ kl;Lky;yhky; mijtpl mjpfkhfNt ,g;NghJ kjpg;igAk; khpahijiaAk; Vw;gLj;jpaJ. mLj;J tUk; gf;fq;fspy; K];ypk;fSf;Fk;> K];ypky;yhjth;fSf;Fk; ,ilapy; ele;j rpy rk;gtq;fis ehk; ghh;Nghk;.

mG+ ]ykh gilg; gphpT (`p[;hp 4> K`h;uk;)

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Vw;fdNt mG+ ]ykhtpw;F c`{j; Nghhpy; Vw;gl;l fhak; nghpjhfp tplNt NghhpypUe;J kjPdh te;jile;j rpy ehl;fspNyNa mth;fs; caph; gphpe;jJ. ([hJy; kMJ)

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me;j %d;whtJ egpj;Njhoh; ',J ,th;fspd; Kjy; Nkhrb" vdf; $wp mth;fSld; nry;tjw;F kWj;jhh;. mth;fs; vt;tsNth Kaw;rp nra;Jk; mth; tu kWf;fNt mtiuf; nfhd;Wtpl;ldh;. mjw;F gpd; Figg;> i[J (uop) ,UtiuAk; kf;fhtpw;F mioj;J te;J mq;F mth;fis tpw;wdh;. ,t;tpUtUk; gj;h; Nghhpy; kf;fhtpd; jiyth;fspy; rpyiu nfhd;wpUe;jdh;. Figig thq;fpath;fs; rpy fhyk; tiu mth;fisr; rpiw itj;jpUe;jdh;. gpd;G mtiu nfhd;Wtpl KbT nra;J kf;fhtpd; Gdpj vy;iyf;F ntspapy; mioj;J nrd;wdh;. mq;F mtiuf; fO kuj;jpy; Vw;wp nfhd;Wtplyhk; vd KbT nra;jdh;. mg;NghJ Figg; (uop) 'ehd; ,uz;L uf;mj; njhOJnfhs;s vd;id tpLq;fs;" vd;W Nfl;f mth;fSk; mDkjpj;jdh;. njhOJ Kbj;jgpd; 'my;yh`;tpd; kPJ Mizahf! vdf;F eLf;fk;> gak; Vw;gl;Ltpl;lJ vd;W ePq;fs; $wkhl;Bh;fs; vd;wpUg;gpd; ehd; NkYk; njhOjpUg;Ngd; vd;W $wpa gpwF> my;yh`;Nt! ,th;fis vz;zpf;nfhs;! ,th;fis jdpj;jdpahf gphpj;J nfhd;WtpL! ,th;fspy; vtiuAk; kPjk; tplhNj!"

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ENGLISH- THE SEALED NECTAR – MEMORIES OF THE PROPHET (PBUH)-AUTHOR- ISSAM DIAB

Military Platoons and Missions between the Battle of Uhud and the Battle of the Confederates

Uhud’s misfortune left a bad impact on both the credibility and military reputation of the Muslims. Their dignity and power in people’s eyes were impaired. Troubles and dangers spread everywhere in and out of Madinah. The Jews, hypocrites and bedouins declared publicly their enmity to the Muslims and each party was keen on degrading and, in the final place, exterminating their whole existence.

Two months had almost passed after this battle, when Banu Asad made preparations to raid Madinah, ‘Udal and Qarah tribes conspired against the Muslims in the month of Safar, 4 A.H. and killed ten of the Prophet [pbuh]’s Companions. Similarly Banu ‘Amir plotted against them too, and seventy Companions were killed in the battle of Ma‘una Well. During that period, Banu Nadeer kept on announcing their enmity and were involved in a plot to kill the Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] in Rabi‘ Al-Awwal in 4 A.H. Banu Ghatfan were about to attack Madinah in Jumada Al-Ula in 4 A.H.

Thus we see that the Muslims turned into an attractive target of several potential dangers after they had lost their military credibility in the battle of Uhud. Muhammad [pbuh] most wisely managed to hold all those hostile currents at bay, and even redeem the lost dignity of the Muslims and gain them anew fresh glory and noble standing. The first initiative he took in this process was Hamra’ Al-Asad pursuit operation, whereby he could retain the Muslim military reputation. He succeeded in recovering his followers’ dignity and awe-inspiring position in such a manner that astonished or even astounded both the Jews and hypocrites, alike, then he proceeded to crown his successful attempts by despatching military errands and missions:

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The first people to take up arms against the Muslims in the aftermath of Uhud reverse were Banu Asad bin Khuzaimah. "The Intelligence Corps" of Madinah reported that Talhah and Salamah, sons of Khuwailid have mustered some volunteers to fight the Messenger of Allâh [pbuh]. The Prophet [pbuh] immediately despatched a 150-man- platoon of Helpers and Emigrants headed by Abu Salamah. The Muslim leader took Bani Asad bin Khuzaimah by surprise in their own homeland, neutralized their attempts, dispersed them and captured their cattle. On his return, Abu Salamah had an inflammation of a previous wound he sustained in Uhud, and caused him to die soon after. This expedition took place on Muharram 1st, 4 A.H.[Za'd Al-Ma'ad 2/108]

An Errand led by ‘Abdullah bin Unais

On the fifth day of the same month Muharram, 4 A.H., it was reported that Khalid bin Sufyan Al-Hudhali was gathering some mob to raid the Muslim positions. ‘Abdullah bin Unais, at the behest of the Prophet Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã set out to destroy the enemies.

The Muslim military leader stayed away for eighteen days during which he successfully fulfilled his task, killed the head of the rebels and brought his head back to Madinah on Saturday, seven days before the end of Muharram. The Prophet [pbuh], as a reward, gave him a stick saying "This will function as a sign of recognition for you and me on the Day of Resurrection." On his death bed, ‘Abdullah requested that the log be with him in

his shroud. [Za'd Al-Ma'ad 2/109; Ibn Hisham 2/619, 620]

The Event of Ar-Raji‘

In Safar of the fourth year A.H., a delegation from the tribes of ‘Udal and Qarah came to Madinah and asked the Prophet [pbuh] to send a group of Companions to instruct them in religion, claiming the existence of some Muslims among them. He sent six of his Companions, in another version, ten headed by Murthid bin Abi Murthid Al-Ghanawi, or, according to Al-Bukhari, ‘Asim bin Thabit, the grandfather of ‘Asim bin ‘Umar bin Al- Khattab. When they reached a spot called Ar-Raji‘ between Rabigh and Jeddah, a hundred archers of Banu Lihyan clan surrounded the place and attacked them. The delegation of Muslims took shelter on some high ground, Fudfud, and the bedouins offered them a pledge that they would not be killed. ‘Asim refused to come down, instead he fought them until he and six of his companions were killed. Three men were left, Khubaib, Zaid bin Ad-Dathna and another one. Once again, the bedouins offered them a guarantee of safety and they accepted. When they descended, the bedouins treacherously bound them. The third man rebuked them for their insincerity and resisted them so they killed him. The other two men who had killed some notables of Quraish at Badr were taken and sold in Makkah. The first was Khubaib who was detained for some time and then it was unanimously decided to crucify him. He was taken from the Holy Sanctuary to At-Tan‘im for crucifixion. He requested a respite to offer a two-Rak‘a prayer. After the final greeting, he turned to his executioners, and said: "Had I not been afraid that you would think that I was afraid of death, I would have prayed for a long time." It was then that Khubaib first set the tradition of praying two Rak‘a before being executed. He then said:

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"O Lord! Count them one by one, exterminate them to the last one."

Abu Sufyan then addressed him saying: "I adjure you by Allâh, don’t you wish that Muhammad [pbuh] were here in your place so that we might cut off his head, and that you were with your family?" Khubaib answered, "By Allâh, I do not wish that Muhammad [pbuh] now were in the place I occupy or that a thorn could hurt him, and that I were sitting with my family." Quraish ordered ‘Uqbah bin Al-Harith, whose father had been killed by Khubaib himself, to crucify him. They also appointed someone to guard his corpse. ‘Amr bin Omaiyah Ad-Damari played a cunning trick and carried the corpse stealthily at night to bury it somewhere. It was later reported that shortly before his crucifixion, he was seen eating a bunch of grapes although there was not even one date available in Makkah at that time. [In fact, it was nothing but sustenance bestowed upon him by Allâh.]

Safwan bin Omaiyah purchased the second man, Zaid bin Ad-Dathna, and killed him as an act of vengeance for his father’s murder.

Quraish, whom ‘Asim had killed one of their notables, sent someone to fetch a portion of his body, but to their disappointment, his corpse was inaccessible because a large swarm of hornets had been shielding him against any malicious tampering. ‘Asim had already given his Lord a pledge to remain immune against any polytheist tampering with respect to his body, and also stay detached from any contact with the enemies of Allâh. ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab, when hearing this piece of news exclaimed, "Allâh verily protects His believing slave after death just as He does during his lifespan." [Ibn Hisham 2/169-179; Za'd Al-

Ma'ad 2/109; Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/568,569,585]

The Tragedy of Ma‘una Well

Ma‘una Well tragedy, which was even more horrible than that of Ar-Raji‘, took place in the same month.

Abu Bara’ — ‘Amir bin Malik — nicknamed ‘Spear Player’ came to the Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] in Madinah. The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] called him to embrace Islam but he neither agreed nor refused. He said: "O Messenger of Allâh, if you dispatch some of your Companions to the people of Najd to call them to Islam, I expect them to accept." "I am afraid the people of Najd will kill them." Said the Messenger. But he replied, "I will protect them." Ibn Ishaq confirms that forty men were sent to them; but As-Sahih states that they were seventy — Al-Mundhir bin ‘Amr, one of Bani Sa‘ida, nicknamed ‘Freed to die’ — commanded that group, who were the best and most learned in the Qur’ân and jurisprudence.

On their way to Najd they used to gather firewood to buy food for the people of ‘Ahl As- Suffah’ as charity by day and study, meditate on the meanings of the Qur’ân by night. They kept on doing that till they arrived at Ma‘una Well — which was a well in between Bani ‘Amir, Harrah and Bani Saleem. They stayed there and sent the Message of the Prophet [pbuh] with Haram bin Milhan, the brother of Umm Sulaim to the enemy of Allâh ‘Amir bin At-Tufail. ‘Amir did not heed the Message but rather ordered a man to spear Haram in the back. When the spear penetrated Haram’s body, he saw the blood and said: "Allâhu Akbar! (i.e. Allâh is the Greatest) By Lord of Al-Ka‘bah I have won!"

Then the enemy of Allâh, promptly, called out Bani ‘Amir to fight the rest. Bani ‘Amir refused because they were under the protection of Abu Bara’. Therefore he turned to

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Bani Saleem for help. The people of ‘Usaiyah, Ri‘al and Dhakwan, who were folks of Bani Saleem, responded to his call. The Companions of the Prophet [pbuh], who were encompassed by idolaters, kept on fighting till they were all killed. The only survivor was Ka‘b bin Zaid bin An-Najjar who was carried wounded from among the dead. It was in Al-Khandaq (the trench) Battle that he was killed.

‘Amr bin Omaiyah Ad-Damari and Al-Mundhir bin ‘Uqbah bin ‘Amir, who were entrusted with the Muslims’ animals far from them, saw the birds circling in the air over the battleground. Al-Mundhir rushed to share in the fight till he was killed. But ‘Amr bin Omaiyah was captured. ‘Amir set him free when he knew that he was of Mudar tribe but that was after he had cut his hair. He did that to fulfil a pledge of his mother’s to set a slave free.

Returning to the Prophet [pbuh] ‘Amr bin Omaiyah conveyed the news of the painful disaster, which resulted in the murder of seventy of the best believers, and recalled the tragedy of Uhud but with the difference that those of Uhud were killed in a clear war but those of Ma‘una were killed in a disgraceful treachery. On his way back to Qarqara, ‘Amr bin Omaiyah rested in the shade of a tree, and there two men of Bani Kilab joined him. When they slept, ‘Amr killed them both, thinking that by doing that he would avenge some of his killed companions. Then he found out that they had been given a pledge of protection by the Prophet [pbuh]. He told the Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] what he had done. The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] said to ‘Amr: "You have killed two people; their blood-money shall be a debt I have to discharge." He then engaged himself collecting their blood-money from the Muslims and their allies, the Jews [Ibn Hisham 2/183-188; Za'd Al-Ma'ad 2/109-110; Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/584-586]. This very act was later to trigger the invasion of Bani An-Nadeer.

The Prophet [pbuh] was so deeply moved by this tragedy and that of Ar-Raji‘ that he used to invoke Allâh’s wrath against those people and tribes who killed his Companions. Anas reported that for thirty days the Prophet [pbuh] supplicated Allâh against those who killed his Companions at Ma‘una Well. Every dawn prayer he would invoke Allâh’s wrath against Ri‘l, Dhakwan, Lihyan and ‘Usaiyah. He would say, " ‘Usaiyah disobeyed Allâh and His Messenger." Therefore Allâh ÚÒ æÌá, sent down unto His Messenger a Qur’ânic verse that we kept on reciting till it was abrogated later on: ‘Inform our folk that we have encountered our Lord and He is satisfied with us and we are satisfied with Him.’ So the Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] stopped his invocation. [Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/586-588]

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