The continuation of the battle between Qureish and the Muslims.
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 Battle of Badr and how Allah Almighty's help manifested itself as an army of angels helping the Muslims defeat the might of Qureish.
The Great Battle of Badr: How it started and the consequences for everyone involved
Muhammed's (pbuh) relations with the Jews and his instructions to the Muslims regarding the caravans of Qureish.
The Prophet Muhammed's (pbuh) stay in Medina and the political implications his presence brought about in this city.
The impact of Islam when Muhammed (pbuh) escaped from the death threats of Qureish and entered the city of Medina.
The turning-point in Islam came when the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) migrated to Medina, which incidentally marks the start of the Muslim calendar.