Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources - Chapters 61-70 Summary & Analysis

Martin Lings
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Chapters 61-70 Summary and Analysis

In chapter sixty-one, Gabriel comes to Muhammad and says that he should go after the Qurayzah. Muhammad orders the men to head to the Qurayzah territory. Some of the people of Bani Qurayzah repent and convert to Islam. The others finally surrender and the men are killed. The women and children are divided among the men taking part in the siege.

In chapter sixty-two, Muhammad hears about a rich caravan from the Quraysh about five months after the battle. Zayd is sent to intercept the caravan and all the goods are captured. However, the goods turn out to be brokered by the Prophet's son-in-law and Muhammad asks that the property be given back. The son-in-law returns to Mecca with the goods but comes back to Medina after and converts to Islam. Zaynab is reunited with her husband.

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