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Assault on Banu Bakra

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Assault on Banu Bakra

This is a sub-article to Muhammad in Medina

Assault on Banu Bakra was a military operation on Sha'aban 8 AH that ended the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, resulting shortly in the Conquest of Mecca [1]


  1. ^ The Conquest of Makkah

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