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At the end of the Battle of Khaybar, Amr bin Umayya Damri, the envoy of the Prophet to the king of Abyssinia, returned with the Muslim emigrants. A band of them marched towards Khaybar, hoping to join the war, while the rest of the returning exiles went to Madinah. Among those who headed for the battlefield were Ja’far bin Abi Talib and Abu Musa Ash’ari .

 

By the time they got to Khaybar, it had already been conquered, but the spoils of war were yet to be distributed. The Prophet kissed Ja’far’s forehead in welcome and said, “By Allah, I do not know which pleases me more, - the conquest of Khaybar or the arrival of Ja’far.” Along with those who actually fought in the battles, Ja’far received a share of the booty for attempting to participate in Jihad.


 Abu Hurayrah, who along with ‘Aishah is one of the main narrators of Hadeeth, was also among those who presented himself to the Prophet after the conquest. He had accepted the faith when he arrived in Madinah, while the Prophet was away leading the campaign at Khaybar. After obtaining permission from the authorities of Madinah, he left for Khaybar to enlist in the Muslim army, but arrived after the war.

 

Abban bin Sa’eed also came to the Prophet following the conquest of Khaybar. He had been away leading a reconnaissance mission to Najid. The Prophet however, did not give him and his men a share of the booty from Khaybar.

 

 




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