The Battle of Uhud (continued) with the Muslims gaining the upper hand, while fighting an enemy far superior in number.
The Battle of Uhud continues between the Muslims under the command of the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) and the forces of Qureish.
The Battle of Uhud was the second major battle in Islam. It was orchestrated by the forces of Qureish in retribution for the men they lost during the battle of Badr.
Muhammed's (pbuh) expulsion of the Jews (i.e. the Banu Qaynuqa) from Medina, as well as the Qureish's hit-and-run tactics against the Muslims.
When Muhammed (pbuh) returned to Medina after the Battle of Badr he had a confrontation with the Jews of the Banu Qaynuga.
The aftermath of the Battle of Badr, where the Prophet (pbuh) was firmly established as not only a spiritual leader, or a political leader, but a military man of note.
The Great Battle of Badr: How it started and the consequences for everyone involved
Notes on the case of Iranian Sakineh Ashtiani.
Muhammed's (pbuh) planned attack on the caravan of Qureish and the Meccans' mobilization of their armed forces.
Muhammed's (pbuh) relations with the Jews and his instructions to the Muslims regarding the caravans of Qureish.