Battle of Badr, ( ce), in Islamic history, first military victory of the Prophet Muhammad. It seriously damaged Meccan prestige while strengthening the political.
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A Short Summary of Ghazwa (Battle of) Badr
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Battle of Badrcein Islamic history, first military victory of the Prophet Muhammad. It seriously damaged Meccan prestige while strengthening the political position of Muslims in Medina and establishing Islam as a viable force in the Arabian Peninsula. The rise of Islam against the Pagan tribes of Mecca was a vital development in military history, as well as in the history of religion and society.
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The Prophet Muhammad was a skilled war leader as well as the founder of a faith, and at Badr his religion was spread by the sword. In Muhammad and his nadar had emigrated from Mecca to Medina. From his new base Muhammad began raiding Meccan caravan routes. The battle proper started with an exchange of volleys of arrows, resulting in heavier casualties being suffered by the Meccan army.
Muhammad gave the order to charge, throwing stones at his enemies in a traditional Arabic gesture. The armies involved were not large: Despite the superior numbers of the Meccan forces about 1, menthe Muslims scored a complete victory. The victory at Badr was an important milestone in the establishment of Islam. The victory was not destined to be swift, but by Muhammad was able to march into Mecca as a conqueror.
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A Short Summary of Ghazwa (Battle of) Badr
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