How did the tribe of Banu Sulaym become Muslims?
Submitted by on Mon, 15/04/2019 - 15:26
Dear Brother / Sister,
The Messenger of Allah had gone to Makkah to conquer it. In the place called Qudayd, nine hundred to one thousand people from Sons of Sulaym met him and became Muslims. They joined the Islamic army and took part in the conquest of Makkah and the battles of Hunayn and Taif. (Ibn Sa’d, Tabaqat, Vol. 1, p. 307-308.)
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