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The Enemy’s March and their Encampment at Awtas:

When Malik bin ‘Awf — the general leader — decided to march and fight the Muslims, he made his countrypeople take their wealth, women and children with them to Awtas — which is a valley in Hawazin land and is quite near Hunain. It differs from Hunain in its being adjacent to Dhi-Al-Majaz which is around ten miles from Makkah in ‘Arafat’s direction.

Hunain Ghazwah

The Enemy’s March and their Encampment at Awtas

The War-experienced Man wrongs the Leader’s Judgement

Reconnoitering the Weapons of the Messenger of Allâh

Reconnoitering the Enemy’s Weapons

The Messenger of Allâh leaves Makkah for Hunain

The Islamic Army stunned the Archers and the Attackers

Mulsims’ return to the Battlefield, and the fierceness of the Fight

Reverse of Fortunes and the Enemy’s utter Defeat

Hot Pursuit of the Enemy

Ta’if Campaign

The Distribution of the Booty at Al-Ji‘ranah

The Helpers Al-Ansar are furious at the Messenger of Allâh

Arrival of the Hawazin Delegation

Lesser Pilgrimage Al-‘Umrah to Makkah and leaving for Madinah

For you, Muhammad peace be upon him Network

Script for a book THE SEALED NECTAR 2011 - 1432