In the second year after the Prophet Muḥammad’s (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) migration from Makkah to Medina, when hostilities between the Quraysh and the fledgling Muslim community in Medina were at a peak, the Muslim community was faced with a controversy which struck at the heart of accepted norms and morality in the Arabian Peninsula. A small platoon headed by ʿAbdullāh b. Jahsh reached a region called Nakhlah, where they encountered a trade caravan belonging to the Quraysh, who of course had confiscated the homes, properties and businesses of Muslims from Makkah. The platoon attacked the caravan, confiscated its goods and took two men as prisoners of war, who were later released. The third man, ʿAmr b. Hadrami, was killed in the attack.
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