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Once the Prophet arrived at Khaybar, he sent Mahisa bin Mas’ood eastward to the township of Fadak. It was about a twoday journey from Khaybar and is now known as Hayet in the Hail region of modern Saudi Arabia. The Jews there were also called on to accept Islam, but they deferred their reply, waiting to see which way the battle for Khaybar went. The conquest of Khaybar propelled them into starting negotiations, and they petitioned the Prophet to grant them the same terms as the people of Khaybar. The Prophet accepted. The land of Fadak was allotted to the Prophet . From its income, he would spend on himself and Banu Hisham, his clansmen. He also used the money for charitable purposes, such as financing the marriages of needy young men.

 

Wadi Al-Qura

After Khaybar had been subjugated, the Prophet went to Wadi Al-Qura and invited the Jews there to accept Islam. Rather than accept or enter a pact, they took the military option. The first of their champions came out and was slain by Zubayr. The second one who came out met the same fate. Ali slew the third. In this way, the Jews lost eleven men. At the death of each, the Prophet would repeat his call to Islam, and at every prayer he would do the same. The day ended thus. The following morning he appeared again, but before the sun climbed any higher the Jews were routed, with a sizeable amount of land falling into Muslim hands.

It was time to sue for peace, and the Jews asked to be given the same status as the people of Khaybar. Their request was granted, and yet another area came under Muslim protection.

 

Reconciliation with the people of Taymaa

The Jews of Taymaa, keeping in mind the defeat of their coreligionists at Khaybar, Fadak and Wadi Al-Qura, also agreed to cease hostilities and pay Jiziyah in return for protection by the Muslim army.

Once the Prophet arrived at Khaybar, he sent Mahisa bin

Mas’ood eastward to the township of Fadak. It was about a twoday

journey from Khaybar and is now known as Hayet in the Hail

region of modern Saudi Arabia. The Jews there were also called

on to accept Islam, but they deferred their reply, waiting to see

which way the battle for Khaybar went. The conquest of Khaybar

propelled them into starting negotiations, and they petitioned the

Prophet to grant them the same terms as the people of

Khaybar. The Prophet accepted. The land of Fadak was

allotted to the Prophet . From its income, he would spend on

himself and Banu Hisham, his clansmen. He also used the money

for charitable purposes, such as financing the marriages of needy

young men.

 

Wadi Al-Qura

 

After Khaybar had been subjugated, the Prophet went to

Wadi Al-Qura and invited the Jews there to accept Islam. Rather

than accept or enter a pact, they took the military option. The

first of their champions came out and was slain by Zubayr. The

second one who came out met the same fate. Ali slew the third.

In this way, the Jews lost eleven men. At the death of each, the

Prophet would repeat his call to Islam, and at every prayer he

would do the same. The day ended thus. The following morning

he appeared again, but before the sun climbed any higher the Jews

were routed, with a sizeable amount of land falling into Muslim

hands.

 

It was time to sue for peace, and the Jews asked to be given

the same status as the people of Khaybar. Their request was

granted, and yet another area came under Muslim protection.

 

Reconciliation with the people of Taymaa

 

The Jews of Taymaa, keeping in mind the defeat of their coreligionists

at Khaybar, Fadak and Wadi Al-Qura, also agreed to

cease hostilities and pay Jiziyah in return for protection by the

Muslim army.




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