The links below contains results and reasons as to why some people were killed by the command of the Prophet (p). I have done a thorough examination of these people as to why they were killed. The reason I undertook this task, is because there is a lot of misinformation online trying to portray these aggressors and warmongers as the victims and the Prophet (p) as the aggressor, when in reality it is the opposite. In a lot of these cases we either find that the stories are fabricated or when the story is true, critics have deceptively hidden facts to show Prophet Muhammed (p) in a bad light. Click on the links below for more information:
1. Umm Qirfa – Murder/Robbery
2. Asma bint Marwan – [Part 1]
3. Asma Bint Marwan – [Part 2]
4. Abu Afak – Instigated War
5. Al Nadr ibn al-Harith – Persecuted Muslims
6. Uqba bin Abu Muayt – Persecuted Muslims/Waged War
7. Ka’b ibn al-Ashraf – Waging War/Persecuting Muslims
8. Abu Rafi’ ibn Abi Al-Huqaiq – Warmonger
9. Khalid ibn Sufyan – Waging War
10. Abu ‘Azzah ‘Amr bin ‘Abd Allah al-Jumahi – Soldier who fought against the Muslims
11. Muawiyah bin Al Mugheerah – Spy
12. Al-Harith bin Suwayd al-Ansari – Murder
13. Abu Sufyan – Persecutor/Tried Killing The Prophet (p)
14. Banu Qurayza tribe [Part 1] – Waged war against Muslims
15. Bany Qurayza tribe [Part 2] – Waged war against Muslims
16. Al-Yusayr ibn Rizam – Warmonger
17. Eight men from Ukil – Murder/Robbery
18. Rifa’ah bin Qays – Incited tribes to go to war against Muslims
19. Abdullah bin Khatal – Murder/Apostasy?
20. Fartana – Poet/Fabricated Story
21. Huwayrith ibn Nafidh – Persecuted Muslims/Waged war
22. Miqyas ibn Subabah – Murder
23. Sarah – Poet/Fabricated story
24. Harith ibn Hisham – Waged war
25. Habbar Ibn al-Aswad bin Ka`b al-`Ansi – Persecuted/Waged War against Muslims
26. Ikrimah ibn Abu Jahl – Waged War
27. Wahshi ibn Harb – Killed The Prophet’s Uncle
28. Ka’b ibn Zuhayr ibn Abi Sulama – Poet/Fabricated story
29. Al-Harith bin al-Talatil – Poet/Fabricated story
30. Abdullah ibn Zib’ari – Poet/Unreliable story
31. Hubayrah – Poet/Unreliable story
32. Hind bint Utbah – Mutilated the Prophet’s companions
33. Amr ibn Jihash – Tried to assassinate the Prophet (p)
34. King or Prince of Dumatul Jandal – Alliance with an enemy
35. Umaiya bin Khalaf Abi Safwan – Persecuted Muslims
36. Ibn Sunayna – Murder
37. Abdullah ibn Sa‘ad (Or better known as Abdullah ibn Sa’d ibn Abi as-sarh) – Killing Muslims/Apostasy?
38. Blind Jew – Throwing dust
39. Nameless spy –
40. Man from Aslam tribe – Adultery/Lashed
41. Kinana ibn al-Rabi – Murder: The bit about treasure is fabricated
1. Married Life
- Why was Holy Prophet polygamous?
- Holy Prophet’s marriage with Sayyidah Aisha
- Holy Prophet’s marriage with Sayyidah Safiya; justified?
- Why the Holy Prophet visited all his wives in a single night?
- Why were the wives of Holy Prophet not allowed to marry after his demise?
- Did Holy Prophet beat his wife Aisha?
- Jauniyya- the woman who sought refuge from the Prophet
2. Actions and Experiences
- Did Holy Prophet commit sin?
- On the physical experiences of the Holy Prophet at the time of revelation
- Prophet Muhammad’s alleged suicide attempts
- Did Holy Prophet cross-dress? (Sam Shamoun exposed)
- The origins of the epilepsy lies about the Prophet
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