Battle of Badr: A Decisive Moment in the History of Islam

Battle of Badr: A Decisive Moment in the History of Islam

The Battle of Badr is the first major battle between Muslims and pagans. The battle took place in the second year of the Hijri on the 17th day of Ramadan (March 13, 624). This battle is marked in history as a turning point in the struggle of Muslims against the polytheists.

The Background

Even before the Battle, relations between the Quraysh and the Muslims who had taken refuge in Medina were on the verge of war for a long time. The pagan Quraysh who controlled Mecca did much harm to the Muslims. In turn, the religion of Islam, over time, began to win the hearts of the Arabs – in Medina, a significant part of the inhabitants reverted to Islam, so that this city became a stronghold of believers.

As a result, all of this served as the reason for the aggravation of conflict between the warring parties. In March 624, the Muslims learned that a caravan led by Abu Sufyan (RA), consisting of hundreds of camels and goods worth more than fifty thousand gold dinars, was to pass near Medina. The capture of such a rich caravan would cause serious economic damage to the pagans. It is noteworthy Abu Sufyan (RA) had not accepted the message of Islam by then.

Reasons for the Battle of Badr

The Battle of Badr is the first major Muslim battle. Before this battle, there were occassional skirmishes, but no major war was fought.

Muslims decided to set out to arrest the caravan of Quraysh in return for the fact that these Quraysh had taken their homes, property, and everything from them. A detachment of 313 men, consisting of eighty-two Muhajirs, sixty-one from the Aus tribe, and one hundred and seventy from the Khazraj tribe, went out to arrest the caravan. There was not a single house of the merchants of Mecca whose share of property was not in this caravan, where the nobles of the Quraysh had gathered their best possessions.

The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) set out from Medina towards Badr, a place one hundred and fifty-five kilometers southwest of Medina. For the success of such an operation, it was absolutely necessary to keep it secret from the people going with this caravan. For this purpose, the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) started off in a completely different direction before turning off towards Badr.

At the head of the Quraysh caravan of a thousand camels was Abu Sufyan (RA). Abu Sufyan (RA) was a very intelligent man. He heard that the Prophet (PBUH) was on his way with a group of people, so he decided to turn away from the usual path and reach Mecca by the road that runs along the coast of the sea.

A map of the Badr campaign, showing the route taken by Abu Sufyan to protect his caravan
A map of the Badr campaign, showing the route taken by Abu Sufyan to protect his caravan.

Abu Sufyan (RA) eventually sent a message to Mecca. The Quraysh rose up in anger. Everyone was doubtful, no one wanted to go to the rescue, not even Abu Jahl. But some Qurayshi people forced him, saying, “If you don’t come out today, the Arabs will start talking negatively about you”. They enraged him so much that he said, “Buy me the strongest, best camel in all Mecca”.

When their army reached Juhfa, they received a message from Abu Sufyan (RA), in which he informed them that he had escaped the danger of a collision, and invited them to return to Mecca. Most of the participants of the campaign began to gather for the return journey. However, Abu Jahl declined, and insisted on going forward and engaging the Muslims in open warfare once and for all.

As such, it is obvious that the Battle could’ve been averted even at this stage, and the Muslims were not the aggressors. In fact, many of the Quraysh too wanted to avoid an open confrontation, but Abu Jahl’s arrogance and hatred led everyone towards conflict

The Way to Badr

The Muslims continued their way to Badr, and when they reached it on the same night as the polytheists, they stopped near the northern mountain pass. This place was pointed out by Habbab ibn al-Munzir (RA), who said that it was necessary to approach the water sources closer and faster than the Meccans, in order to stock up on water themselves. After taking up their positions, the Muslims set up a palanquin to serve the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) a command post, and set up a guard of young ansar under the command of Saad ibn al-Munzir (RA) around it.

Formations of the Battle of Badr
Battlefield Formations of the Battle of Badr

At the night, Allah (SWT) sent rain upon the Earth, and everything was as He (SWT) said:

And according to His (SWT) Will has covered you with drowsiness, coupled with a confidence, and He (SWT) sent down water from the sky to clean you therewith, to remove from you the filth of Devil, to instill in your hearts the courage and strengthen this your feet.

Quraysh infidels also assumed that there were few Muslims, and they told themselves that they would swallow them all at once, and confident of their superiority, they relaxed. They set up cauldrons, laid out food, drinks, and wine, and brought along singers and dancers. This neglect that gripped their hearts was the reason for their defeat. And the elation that settled in the hearts of the Muslims, who had no fear of a large number of opponents, also became the reason for their victory.

The Battle of Badr

The battle began with a duel between al-Aswad al-Khazumi, who was particularly angry with the Muslims, and Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib (RA), the uncle of the Prophet. In the fight, Hamza cut off al-Khazumi’s leg, and then delivered the final fatal blow. After that, three of the best warriors came out of the ranks of the pagans, who challenged three Muslims to a duel. From amongst the Muslims came Ali (RA), Hamza (RA) and Ubaydah (RA). In this battle, the Muslims again won, but this time they also suffered a loss: Ubaydah was fatally wounded and attained martyrdom eventually.

After these duels, the Prophet (PBUH) gave the order to advance. The Muslims fiercely attacked the polytheists, who could not hold the line and began to flee.

The Casualties of Badr

Fourteen Muslims – six Muhajirs and eight ansars were killed in the Battle of Badr. These people were buried near Badr, and their graves are still preserved.

As for the polytheists, they lost seventy men killed and seventy more captured, most of them famous for their prowess.

After the battle, the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) stayed in Badr for three more days, before leaving.

The Result

In the history of Islam, the Battle of Badr is of great importance, as it was the first major and significant victory of Muslims over pagans. The defeat of the pagans shocked their supporters throughout Arabia, and this was a powerful incentive for the Muslims in their further victories over the unbelievers.

Complete List of People who Participated in the Battle of Badr:

  1. Wa nabiyyuna Muhammad al-Muhajiri (PBUH)
  2. Abu Bakr Siddiq al-Muhajiri (RA)
  3. Umar ibnul-Khattab al-Muhajiri (RA)
  4. Uthman ibn-i Affan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  5. Aliyy ibn-i Abi Talib al-Muhajiri (RA)
  6. Talha bin Ubaydullah al-Muhajiri (RA)
  7. Zubayr ibn-i Awwam al-Muhajiri (RA)
  8. Abdurrahman bin Awf al-Muhajiri (RA)
  9. Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas al-Muhajiri (RA)
  10. Said ibn-i Zayd al-Muhajiri (RA)
  11. Abu Ubayda bin Jarrah al-Muhajiri (RA)
  12. Ubayy ibn-i Ka’b al-Khazraji (RA)
  13. al-Akhnas ibn-i Habib al-Muhajiri (RA)
  14. al-Arkam ibn-i Arkam al-Muhajiri (RA)
  15. As’ad ibn-i Yazid al-Khazraji (RA)
  16. Anas Mawla Rasulillah al-Muhajiri (RA)
  17. Anas ibn-i Muadh al-Khazraji (RA)
  18. Anas ibn-i Qatadat’al-Awsi (RA)
  19. Aws ibn-i Thabit al-Khazraji (RA)
  20. Aws ibn-i Hawli al-Khazraji (RA)
  21. Iyas ibn-i Aws al-Awsi (RA)
  22. Iyas ibn’il-Bukayr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  23. Bujayr ibn-i Abi Bujayr al-Khazraji (RA)
  24. Bahhath ibn-i Tha’laba al-Khazraji (RA)
  25. al-Bara bin Ma’rur al-Khazraji (RA)
  26. Basbasa bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  27. Bishr ibn’il-Bara al-Khazraji (RA)
  28. Bashir ibn-i Said al-Khazraji (RA)
  29. Bilal ibn-i Rabah al-Muhajiri (RA)
  30. Tamim Mawla Hirash al-Khazraji (RA)
  31. Tamim Mawla Bani Ghanam bin as-Silm al-Awsi (RA)
  32. Tamim ibn-i Yuar al-Khazraji (RA)
  33. Thabit ibn-i Akram al-Awsi (RA)
  34. Thabit ibn-i Tha’laba al-Khazraji (RA)
  35. Thabit ibn-i Khalid al-Khazraji (RA)
  36. Thabit ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  37. Thabit ibn-i Hazzal al-Khazraji (RA)
  38. Tha’laba bin Hatib al-Awsi (RA)
  39. Tha’laba bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  40. Tha’laba bin Ghanama al-Khazraji (RA)
  41. Siqf ibn-i Amr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  42. Jabir ibn-i Abdullah bin Riyab al-Khazraji (RA)
  43. Jabir ibn-i Abdullah bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  44. Jabbar ibn-i Sakhr al-Khazraji (RA)
  45. Jubr ibn-i Atik al-Awsi (RA)
  46. Jubayr ibn-i Iyas al-Awsi (RA)
  47. Hamza bin Abdil-Muttalib al-Muhajiri (RA)
  48. al-Harith ibn-i Anas al-Awsi (RA)
  49. al-Harith ibn-i Aws bin Rafi’ al-Awsi (RA)
  50. al-Harith ibn-i Aws bin Muadh al-Awsi (RA)
  51. al-Harith ibn-i Hatib al-Awsi (RA)
  52. al-Harith ibn-i Abi Khazma al-Awsi (RA)
  53. al-Harith ibn-i Khazma al-Khazraji (RA)
  54. al-Harith ibn-i Simma al-Khazraji (RA)
  55. al-Harith ibn-i Arfaja al-Awsi (RA)
  56. al-Harith ibn-i Qays al-Awsi (RA)
  57. al-Harith ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  58. al-Harith ibn’un-Nu’man ibn-i Umayya al-Awsi (RA)
  59. Haritha bin Suraqa al-Khazraji (RA) (Martyr)
  60. Haritha bin Nu’man al-Khazraji (RA)
  61. Hatib ibn-i Abi Baltaa al-Muhajiri (RA)
  62. Hatib ibn-i Amr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  63. al-Hubab ibn-i Mundhir al-Khazraji (RA)
  64. Habib ibn-i Aswad al-Khazraji (RA)
  65. Haram ibn-i Milhan al-Khazraji (RA)
  66. Hurays ibn-i Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  67. al-Husayn ibn-i Harith al-Muhajiri (RA)
  68. Hamza bin al-Mumayyir al-Khazraji (RA)
  69. Kharija bin Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  70. Khalid ibn-i al-Bukayr al-Khazraji (RA)
  71. Khalid ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  72. Khabbab ibn’ul-Arat al-Muhajiri (RA)
  73. Khabbab Mawla Utba al-Muhajiri (RA)
  74. Khubayb ibn-i Isaf al-Khazraji (RA)
  75. Khidash ibn-i Qatada al-Awsi (RA)
  76. Khirash ibn’is-Simma al-Khazraji (RA)
  77. Khuraym ibn-i Fatik al-Muhajiri (RA)
  78. Khallad ibn-i Rafi’ al-Khazraji (RA)
  79. Khallad ibn-i Suwayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  80. Khallad ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  81. Khallad ibn-i Kays al-Khazraji (RA)
  82. Khulayd ibn-i Kays al-Khazraji (RA)
  83. Khalifa bin Adiyy al-Khazraji (RA)
  84. Khunays ibn-i Hazafa al-Muhajiri (RA)
  85. Khawwat ibn-i Jubayr al-Awsi (RA)
  86. Khawli bin Abi Khawli al-Muhajiri (RA)
  87. Dhakwan ibn-i Ubayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  88. Dhu’sh-Shimalayn ibn-i Abd Amr al-Muhajiri (RA) (Martyr)
  89. Rashid ibn-i Mualla al-Khazraji (RA)
  90. Rafi bin Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  91. Rafi’ bin Ghunajda al-Awsi (RA)
  92. Rafi’ bin Malik al-Khazraji (RA)
  93. Rafi’ibn’ul-Muall al-Khazraji (RA) (Martyr)
  94. Rafi’ bin Yazid al-Awsi (RA)  Rib’iy bin Rafi’ al-Awsi (RA)
  95. ar-Rabi’ibn-u Iyas al-Khazraji (RA)
  96. Rabia bin Aktham al-Muhajiri (RA)
  97. Ruhayla bin Tha’laba al-Khazraji (RA)
  98. Rifaa bin Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  99. Rifaa bin Rafi’ al-Khazraji (RA)
  100. Rifaa bin Abd’il Mundhir al-Awsi (RA)
  101. Rifaa bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  102. Zubayr ibn-i Awwam (RA)
  103. Ziyad ibn’is-Sakan al-Awsi (RA)
  104. Ziyad ibn-i Labid al-Khazraji (RA)
  105. Ziyad ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  106. Zayd ibn-i Aslam al-Awsi (RA)
  107. Zayd ibn-i Haritha al-Muhajiri (RA)
  108. Zayd ibn’ul-Khattab al-Muhajiri (RA)
  109. Zayd ibn’ul-Muzayyan al-Khazraji (RA)
  110. Zayd ibn’ul-Mualla al-Khazraji (RA)
  111. Zayd ibn-i Wadia al-Khazraji (RA)
  112. Salim Mawla Abi Huzayfa al-Muhajiri (RA)
  113. Salim ibn-i Umayr al-Awsi (RA)
  114. as-Saib ibn-i Uthman al-Muhajiri (RA)
  115. Sabra bin Fatik al-Muhajiri (RA)
  116. Suraqa bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  117. Suraqa bin Ka’b al-Khazraji (RA)
  118. Sa’d Mawla Hatib al-Muhajiri (RA)
  119. Sa’d ibn’i Khawla al-Muhajiri (RA)
  120. Sa’d ibn’i Haysama al-Awsi (RA) (Martyr)
  121. Sa’d ibn’ur-Rabi al-Khazraji (RA)
  122. Sa’d ibn-i Zayd al-Awsi (RA)
  123. Sa’d ibn-i Sa’d al-Khazraji (RA)
  124. Sa’d ibn-i Sahi al-Khazraji (RA)
  125. Sa’d ibn-i Ubada al-Khazraji (RA)
  126. Sa’d ibn-u Ubayd al-Awsi (RA)
  127. Sa’d ibn-i Uthman al-Khazraji (RA)
  128. Sa’d ibn-i Muadh al-Awsi (RA)
  129. Suflan ibn-i Bishr al-Khazraji (RA)
  130. Salama bin Aslam al-Awsi (RA)
  131. Sulaym ibn-ul-Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  132. Salama bin Salama al-Awsi (RA)
  133. Salit ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  134. Sulaym ibn-ul Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  135. Sulaym ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  136. Sulaym ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  137. Sulaym ibn-i Milhan al-Khazraji (RA)
  138. Simak ibn-i Sa’d al-Khazraji (RA)
  139. Sinan ibn-i Abi Sinan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  140. Sinan ibn-i Sayfi al-Muhajiri (RA)
  141. Sahl ibn-i Hunayf al-Awsi (RA)
  142. Sahl ibn-i Rafi’ al-Khazraji (RA)
  143. Sahl ibn-i Atik al-Khazraji (RA)
  144. Sahl ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  145. Sahl ibn-i Wahb al-Muhajiri (RA)
  146. Sahl ibn-i Rafi’ al-Khazraji (RA)
  147. Sawad ibn-i Zarin al-Khazraji (RA)
  148. Sawad ibn-i Ghaziyya al-Khazraji (RA)
  149. Suwaybit ibn-i Harmala al-Muhajiri (RA)
  150. Shuja’ ibn-i Abi Wahb al-Muhajiri (RA)
  151. Sharik ibn-i Anas al-Awsi (RA)
  152. Shammas ibn-i Uthman al-Muhajiri (RA)
  153. Sabiyh Mawla Ab’l-As al-Muhajiri (RA)
  154. Safwan ibn-i Wahb al-Muhajiri (RA) (Martyr)
  155. Shuhayb ibn-i Sinan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  156. Sayfi bin Sawad al-Khazraji (RA)
  157. ad-Dahhak ibn-i Haritha al-Khazraji (RA)
  158. ad-Dahhak ibn-i Abd-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  159. Damra bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  160. at-Tufayl ibn-i Harith al-Muhajiri (RA)
  161. at-Tufayl ibn-i Malik al-Khazraji (RA)
  162. at-Tufayl ibn-i Nu’man al-Khazraji (RA)
  163. Tulayb ibn-u Umayr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  164. Asim ibn-i Sabir al-Awsi (RA)
  165. Asim ibn-i Adiyy al-Awsi (RA)
  166. Asim ibn-i Ukayr al-Khazraji (RA)
  167. Asim ibn-i Qays al-Awsi (RA)
  168. Akil ibn’ul-Bukayr al-Muhajiri (RA) (Martyr)
  169. Amir ibn-i Umayya al-Khazraji (RA)
  170. Amir ibn-i Bukayr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  171. Amir ibn-i Rabia al-Muhajiri (RA)
  172. Amir ibn-i Sa’d al-Khazraji (RA)
  173. Amir ibn-i Salama al-Khazraji (RA)
  174. Amir ibn-i Fuhayra al-Muhajiri (RA)
  175. Amir ibn-i Mukhallad al-Khazraji (RA)
  176. Amir ibn-i Yazid al-Awsi (RA)
  177. Ayiz ibn-i Mais al-Khazraji (RA)
  178. Abbad ibn-i Bishr al-Awsi (RA)
  179. Abbad ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  180. Ubada bin Samit al-Khazraji (RA)
  181. Abdullah ibn-i Tha’laba al-Khazraji (RA)
  182. Abdullah ibn-i Jubayr al-Awsi (RA)
  183. Abdullah ibn-i Jahsh al-Muhajiri (RA)
  184. Abdullah ibnu’l-Jad al-Khazraji (RA)
  185. Abdullah ibn’ul-Humayyir al-Khazraji (RA)
  186. Abdullah ibn’ur-Rabi al-Khazraji (RA)
  187. Abdullah ibn-i Rawaha al-Khazraji (RA)
  188. Abdullah ibn-i Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  189. Abdullah ibn-i Suraqa al-Muhajiri (RA)
  190. Abdullah ibn-i Salama al-Awsi (RA)
  191. Abdullah ibn-i Sahi al-Awsi (RA)
  192. Abdullah ibn-i Suhayl al-Muhajiri (RA)
  193. Abdullah ibn-i Sharik al-Awsi (RA)
  194. Abdullah ibn-i Tariq al-Awsi (RA)
  195. Abdullah ibn-i Amir al-Khazraji (RA)
  196. Abdullah ibn-i Abd-i Manaf al-Khazraji (RA)
  197. Abdullah ibn-i Urfuta al-Khazraji (RA)
  198. Abdullah ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  199. Abdullah ibn-i Umayr al-Khazraji (RA)
  200. Abdullah ibn-i Qays bin Halid al-Khazraji (RA)
  201. Abdullah ibn-i Qays bin Sayfi al-Khazraji (RA)
  202. Abdullah ibn-i Ka’b al-Khazraji (RA)
  203. Abdullah ibn-i Makhrama al-Muhajiri (RA)
  204. Abdullah ibn-i Mas’ud al-Muhajiri (RA)
  205. Abdullah ibn-i Maz’un al-Muhajiri (RA)
  206. Abdullah ibn-i Numan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  207. Abd-i Rabb ibn-i Jabr al-Awsi (RA)
  208. Abdurrahman ibn-i Jabr al-Awsi (RA)
  209. Abdat’al-Hashhash al-Khazraji (RA)
  210. Abd ibn-i Amir al-Khazraji (RA)
  211. Ubayd ibn’ut-Tayyihan ay-Awsi (RA)
  212. Ubayd ibn-i Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  213. Ubayd ibn-i Abi Ubayd al-Awsi (RA)
  214. Ubayda bin Harith al-Muhajiri (RA)
  215. Utban ibn-i Malik al-Khazraji (RA)
  216. Utba bin Rabia al-Khazraji (RA)
  217. Utba bin Abdullah al-Khazraji (RA)
  218. Utba bin Ghazwan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  219. Uthman ibn-i Maz’un al-Muhajiri (RA)
  220. al-Ajlan ibn’un Nu’man al-Khazraji (RA)
  221. Adiyy ibn-i Abi Zaghba al-Khazraji (RA)
  222. Ismat’ubn’ul-Husayn al-Khazraji (RA)
  223. Usaymat’ul-Khazraji (RA)
  224. Atiyya bin Nuwayra al-Khazraji (RA)
  225. Uqba bin Amir al-Khazraji (RA)
  226. Uqba bin Uthman al Khazraji (RA)
  227. Uqba bin Wahb al-Khazraji (RA)
  228. Uqba bin Wahb al-Muhajiri (RA)
  229. Ukkasha bin Mihsan al-Muhajiri (RA)
  230. Amman ibn-i Yasir al-Muhajiri (RA)
  231. Umara bin Hazm al-Khazraji (RA)
  232. Umara bin Ziyad al-Awsi (RA)
  233. Amr ibn-i Iyas al-Khazraji (RA)
  234. Amr ibn-i Tha’laba al-Khazraji (RA)
  235. Amr ibn’ul-Jamuh al-Khazraji (RA)
  236. Amr ibn’ul-Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  237. Amr ibn’ul Harith al-Muhajiri (RA)
  238. Amr ibn-i Suraqa al-Muhajiri (RA)
  239. Amr ibn-i Abi Sarh al-Muhajiri (RA)
  240. Amr ibn-i Talq al-Khazraji (RA)
  241. Amr ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  242. Amr ibn-i Muadh al-Awsi (RA)
  243. Umayr ibn-i Haram al-Awsi (RA)
  244. Umayr ibn’ul Humam al-Khazraji (RA)
  245. Umayr ibn’ul-Amir al-Khazraji (RA)
  246. Umayr ibn-i Awf al-Muhajiri (RA)
  247. Umayr ibn-i Ma’bad al-Awsi (RA)
  248. Umayr ibn-i Abi Waqqas al-Muhajiri (RA) (Martyr)
  249. Awf ibn’ul-Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  250. Uwaym ibn-i Saida al-Awsi (RA)
  251. Iyad ibn-i Zuhayr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  252. Ghannam ibn-i Aws al-Khazraji (RA)
  253. al-Fakih ibn-i Bishr al-Khazraji (RA)
  254. Farwa bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  255. Qatada bin Numan al-Khazraji (RA)
  256. Qudama bin Maz’un al-Muhajiri (RA)
  257. Qutba bin Amir al-Khazraji (RA)
  258. Qays ibn-i Mihsan al-Khazraji (RA)
  259. Qays ibn-i Mihsan al-Khazraji (RA)
  260. Qays ibn-i Mukhallad al-Khazraji (RA)
  261.  Ka’b ibn-i Jammaz al-Khazraji (RA)
  262. Ka’b ibn-i Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  263. Malik ibn-i Abi Hawli al-Muhajiri (RA)
  264. Malik ibn-i Abi Hawli al-Muhajiri (RA)
  265. Malik ibn’ud Dukhshum al-Khazraji (RA)
  266. Malik ibn-i Rifaa al-Khazraji (RA)
  267. Malik ibn-i Rifaa al-Khazraji (RA)
  268. Malik ibn-i Amr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  269. Malik ibn-i Qudama al-Awsi (RA)
  270. Malik ibn-i Mas’ud al-Khazraji (RA)
  271. Malik ibn-i Numayla al-Awsi (RA)
  272. Malik Mubashshir bin Abd’il-Mundhir al-Awsi (RA) (Martyr)
  273. Mujazzar ibn-i Ziyad al-Khazraji (RA)
  274. Muhriz ibn-i Amin al-Khazraji (RA)
  275. Muhriz ibn-i Nasla al-Muhajiri (RA)
  276. Muhammad ibn-i Maslama al-Awsi (RA)
  277. Midlaj ibn-i Amir al-Muhajiri (RA)
  278. Marsad ibn-i Marsad al-Khazraji (RA)
  279. Mistah ibn-i Uthatha al-Muhajiri (RA)
  280. Mas’ud ibn-i Aws al-Khazraji (RA)
  281. Mas’ud ibn-i Khalda al-Khazraji (RA)
  282. Mas’ud ibn-i Rabia al-Muhajiri (RA)
  283. Mas’ud ibn-i Zayd al-Khazraji (RA)
  284. Mas’ud ibn-i Sa’d al-Khazraji (RA)
  285. Mas’ud ibn-i Sa’d al-Awsi (RA)
  286. Mus’ab ibn-i Umayr al-Muhajiri (RA)
  287. Muadh ibn-i Jabal al-Khazraji (RA)
  288. Muadh ibn-i Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  289. Muadh ibn-us Simma al-Khazraji (RA)
  290. Muadh ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  291. Muadh ibn-i Mais al-Khazraji (RA)
  292. Ma’bad ibn-i Abbad al-Khazraji (RA)
  293. Ma’bad ibn-i Qays al-Khazraji (RA)
  294. Muattib ibn-i Ubayd al-Awsi (RA)
  295. Muattib ibn-i Awf al-Muhajiri (RA)
  296. Muattib ibn-i Kushayr al-Awsi (RA)
  297. Ma’qil ibn-i Mundhir al-Khazraji (RA)
  298. Ma’mar ibn-i Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  299. Ma’n ibn-i Adiyy al-Khazraji (RA)
  300. Ma’n ibn-i Yazid al-Muhajiri (RA)
  301. Muawwiz ibn-i Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  302. Muawwiz ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  303. Mikdad ibn’ul-Aswad al-Muhajiri (RA)
  304. Mulayl ibn-i Wabra al -Khazraji (RA)
  305. Mundhir ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  306. Mundhir ibn-i Kudama al-Awsi (RA)
  307. Mundhir ibn-i Muhammad al-Awsi (RA)
  308. Mihja’ ibn’us-Salih Mawla Umar’ibn’ul-Khattab al Muhajiri (RA) (Martyr)
  309. Nadr ibn-i Harith al-Awsi (RA)
  310. Nu’man ibn-i al-A’raj al-Khazraji (RA)
  311. Nu’man ibn-i Abi Hazma al-Awsi (RA)
  312. Nu’man ibn-i Sinan al-Khazraji (RA)
  313. Nu’man ibn-i Abd-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  314. Nu’man ibn-i Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  315. Nu’man ibn-i Malik al-Khazraji (RA)
  316. Nawfal ibn-i Abdullah al-Khazraji (RA)
  317. Waqid ibn-i Abdullah al-Muhajiri (RA)
  318. Waraqa bin Iyas al-Khazraji (RA)
  319. Wadia bin Amr al-Khazraji (RA)
  320. Wahb ibn-i Abi Sharh al-Muhajiri (RA)
  321. Wahb ibn-i Sa’d al-Muhajiri (RA)
  322. Hani’bin’Niyar al-Khazraji (RA)
  323. Hubayl ibn-i Wabra al-Khazraji (RA)
  324. Hilal ibn-i Mualla al-Khazraji (RA)
  325. Yazid ibn-i al-Akhnas al-Muhajiri (RA)
  326. Yazid ibn-i Ruqaysh al-Muhajiri (RA)
  327. Yazidi ibn-i Haram al-Khazraji (RA)
  328. Yazid ibn’ul-Harith al-Khazraji (RA)
  329. Yazid ibn’us-Sakan al-Awsi (RA)
  330. Yazid ibn’ul-Mundhir al-Khazraji (RA)


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