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I typed out some of it... It's not to do with the strategies of the war, rather the improtance of what happened and some thing one can learn about the Sahabah (RA)
This is what I need to review
But one should know that Rasulullah (SAW) was also successful when it comes to strategies of war (successful in all aspects of life actually)
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This is what I need to review
But one should know that Rasulullah (SAW) was also successful when it comes to strategies of war (successful in all aspects of life actually)
Yeah definitely... Another who was excellent at war was Khaleed bin Waleed, apparently he never picked up the banner of Islam, lead an army into battle and was defeated. He never lost... Is that right? Finest Islamic military general
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oo i saw that war in a movie. it was after they built the first mosque?
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Yeah definitely... Another who was excellent at war was Khaleed bin Waleed, apparently he never picked up the banner of Islam, lead an army into battle and was defeated. He never lost... Is that right? Finest Islamic military general
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Yeah definitely... Another who was excellent at war was Khaleed bin Waleed, apparently he never picked up the banner of Islam, lead an army into battle and was defeated. He never lost... Is that right? Finest Islamic military general
Yes, he was given the laqab of "Saifullah Al-Maslool" by the Prophet (PBUH) - yeah that's right.... I remember in one of the battles, 7 swords he weilded got broken (because of how much he was fighting) during combat but he still stayed strong.

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oo i saw that war in a movie. it was after they built the first mosque?
The Message, right?
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Its funny how they use guns to fight wars these days, its so easy to just pull a trigger, but get them to hold a sword in a battle i dont think they'd have the stamina in my opinion.
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yea lol, my grandad loved watching that lol, he'd watch it over and over again and make us watch it and we'd sometime (me and my older bro) when he stayed over for coupla months i think, to get outta reading we'd say lets watch that cause we knew our grandad had a soft spot for it.
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Its funny how they use guns to fight wars these days, its so easy to just pull a trigger, but get them to hold a sword in a battle i dont think they'd have the stamina in my opinion.
Yeah, especially when you see the resilience of some of the fighters (RA). Like there was this one man, to stop himself from retreating he dug a pit and buried himself upto the knees and carried on the fight.

I think his name was Thaabit bin Qais (sp? ) Not sure though
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Yeah, especially when you see the resilience of some of the fighters (RA). Like there was this one man, to stop himself from retreating he dug a pit and buried himself upto the knees and carried on the fight.

I think his name was Thaabit bin Qais (sp? ) Not sure though
Thats passion for you!
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But honestly, it lacks a lot of details - it is just a general overview... because many of the most important characters of the seerah cannot be shown on tv (e.g. Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, Abu-Bakr As-Sideeq (RA), Rasulullah (SAW) himself etc..) and some people say that they were not supposed to show Hamza on tv. Also many other very important battles were not mentioned.

A full understanding of the seerah would be by lectures/ books - not possible with movies.

However it is a good movie.

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Yeah, especially when you see the resilience of some of the fighters (RA). Like there was this one man, to stop himself from retreating he dug a pit and buried himself upto the knees and carried on the fight.

I think his name was Thaabit bin Qais (sp? ) Not sure though
I heard on one of the lectures how brave the Sahabah (RA) were in battle. 3 of the sahabah (I can't remember their names and i can't remember which battle ) made a challenge to penetrate through the enemy's ranks and come out from the other side of the army and then come back again and do the same (they actually did that), and again and again. Like a 3-man-saw. Immensely brave.


And remember Jafaar Ibn Abu Talib who was then given the title of "Jafaar At-Tayyar" meaning Jafaar the flyer - who was carrying the banner at the Battle of Mu'tah against the Romans. Then his right arm (holding the banner) got cut-off, he then lifted it with his left (caring more about the banner of Islam than his arm) then it got cut-off also... he then lifted it between the parts left of his cut arms.... and then he got stabbed in his abdomen and became a shaheed.

Rasulullah (SAW) gave him the laqab/title of Jafaar At-Tayyar (Jafaar the flyer) because Allah replaced his cut-off arms with two beautiful wings in Paradise.
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does rashid know whether laser hair removal is ok? you seem to know a lotta things about islam.
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does rashid know whether laser hair removal is ok? you seem to know a lotta things about islam.
Dont forget to say Mashallah
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OK guys I got to go (to the gym )

Belle, I am not sure about laser hair removal. I think it requires a fatwah.

Salam!
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Salaam!
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whats a fatwah?
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does rashid know whether laser hair removal is ok? you seem to know a lotta things about islam.
JazakhAllah Khair for the kind words to you and Rafy I've got no idea actually, to tell you the truth... I think it would be better for you to ask a scholar
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I heard on one of the lectures how brave the Sahabah (RA) were in battle. 3 of the sahabah (I can't remember their names and i can't remember which battle ) made a challenge to penetrate through the enemy's ranks and come out from the other side of the army and then come back again and do the same (they actually did that), and again and again. Like a 3-man-saw. Immensely brave.
Alhadulillah, and they did it with such passion too! InshaAllah we strive towards being amonst the righteous

And remember Jafaar Ibn Abu Talib who was then given the title of "Jafaar At-Tayyar" meaning Jafaar the flyer - who was carrying the banner at the Battle of Mu'tah against the Romans. Then his right arm (holding the banner) got cut-off, he then lifted it with his left (caring more about the banner of Islam than his arm) then it got cut-off also... he then lifted it between the parts left of his cut arms.... and then he got stabbed in his abdomen and became a shaheed.

Rasulullah (SAW) gave him the laqab/title of Jafaar At-Tayyar (Jafaar the flyer) because Allah replaced his cut-off arms with two beautiful wings in Paradise.
Yep Alhamdulillah that's such an inspiring story, some of these tales really tug at the heart-strings as you realise how much the Sahabah (RA) and the Anbiyaa of Allah (swt) tried, struggled and worked towards being amongst the righteous! The level of sacrifice and tenacity in their cause was amazing! Allahu Akbar!
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okay....i dont think i could afford it anyway was just thinking.

mashallah (what does it mean anyway? i know u tend to say it after u hear something good.). thanks to allah?
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As-Salam alikum all! Hows is everyone?
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