Battle of Khyber

Topics: Muhammad, Banu Nadir, Ali Pages: 15 (3898 words) Published: December 5, 2010
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Battle of Khaybar

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|Battle of Khaybar | |Part of Campaigns of Muhammad | |Date | |629 | | | |Location | |Khaybar | | | |Result | |Muslim victory | | | |Belligerents | |Muslim army |Jews of Khaybar oasis | |Commanders and leaders | |Muhammad |al-Harith ibn Abu Zaynab†[citation| |Ali ibn Abi Talib |needed] | |Strength | |1,600 |Khaybar | | |10,000[1] | | |Banu Ghatafan | | |4,000[1] | |Casualties and losses | |Less than 20 killed[2] |No reference[citation needed] | |50 wounded | |

|[hide] | |v • d • e | |Campaigns of Muhammad | | | | | | | | | |Ghazwah (battles where he took part) | |Caravan Raids – Waddan – Safwan – Al Bawat – Dul Ashir – Badr – Banu Salim – Eid – Zakat – Banu Qaynuqa – Sawiq – Thi Amr – | |Ghatfan – Bahran – Uhud – Al-Asad – Dhatur-Riqa – Badru-Ukhra – Dumatul-Jandal – Banu Nadir – Trench – Banu Qurayza – Banu | |Lahyan – Banu Mustaliq – Thi Qerd – Hudaybiyyah – Khaybar – Mu'tah – Mecca – Hunayn – Autas – Ta'if – Hawazan – Tabouk | |Sirya (battles which he ordered) | |Nakhla – Expedition of Qatan | | |

The Battle of Khaybar was fought in the year 629 between Muhammad and his followers against the Jews living in the oasis of Khaybar, located 150 kilometers (95 miles) from Medina in the north-western part of the Arabian peninsula, in modern-day Saudi Arabia. According...
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