KPK Board 12th Class English Ch 7 Lesson From The Battle Of Uhud Short Questions Answers
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Qureish of Makkah assembled a large army of 3,000 persons that marched to Madina. The force was led by Abu Sufyan wich included every adult from the Qureish. It was fully equipped with war weapons and accompanied by a considerable number of women.
Holy Prophet (SAW) was of the opinion that in view of the strength of the enemy the proper course for the Muslims was to remain in Madina and let the enemy besiege the city.
The strategy of the Holy Prophet (SAW) was that if the enemy besieged the city. Its force would have to be dispersed in a number of sectors, and the Muslims could strike a blow at the enemy where the enemy’s concentration was the weakest.
The two opinions regarding facing the army of the Qureish were the following.
The Holy Prophet (SAW) was of the opinion that Muslims was to remain in Madina and let the enemy besiege the city.
The younger Muslims insisted that the battle should be fought in the open at some distance away from
The Holy Prophet (SAW) decided to meet the enemy in the open outside Madina finally.
The Holy Prophet (SAW) arranged his army at Uhud in this way that he (SAW) commanded the band of archers to occupy the high ground at Uhud and rest of the force will fight in the open area.
The archers were commanded not to abandon their posts under any circumstances without the approval of the Holy Prophet (SAW).
The archers, contrary to the instructions o the Holy Prophet (SAW) left their position in order to plunder the camp of the retreating Quureish.
Khalid bin Walid, who was commanding a contingent of the Qureish rushed to that mound and occupied the position after killing ten of the Muslim archers who had stayed behind. This exposed the Muslims to an attack from the rear as well as from the front. That changed the course of the batter.
The confusion regarding the companion was that he fell fighting and seeing his dead body the Qureish shouted that Muhammad (SAW) had been killed as he bore resemblance to the Holy Prophet (SAW). This thing created a great confusion among the companions of the Holy Prophet (SAW).
Hazrat Ali (RA) took the wounded the Holy Prophet (SAW) out of the pit to a safer place.
The Holy Prophet (SAW) charged Hazrat Ali (RA) to launch a counter attack the Qureish.
The Holy Prophet (SAW) sent Hazrat Ali (RA) his own sword to continue fighting.
Abu Sufyan boasted about when leaving the battleground that the Qureish had taken the revenge for their defeat in the battle of Bader.
The mistake of the archers a tactical mistake was in that sense if the archers would not leave their posts, the tide of the battle would never reverse.
The companions of the Holy Prophet (SAW) learnt an Invaluable lesson from the battle of Uhud that they would never disobey the instructions of the Holy Prophet (SAW) in future.
The Battle of Uhud was an extension of the Battle of Bader because the Qureish of Makkah wanted to take revenge of their defeat at Bader.
The Muslims demoralized at one stage of the battle when they heard Qureish kept on shouting that Muhammad (SAW) had been killed.
The Holy Prophet (SAW) commanded his companions to occupy the high ground at Uhud because he understood that the enemy might an attack from the rear end.
The Qureish were unable to take advantage of their short-lived victory because at this stage Hazrat Ali (RA) took the command, rallied the Muslims, exhorted them to fight for the glory of Islam and prevented the Qureish from taking advantage of the victory.
The battle of Uhud called a drawn battle because neither the Muslims nor the Qureish had gained a clear victory. The casualties in the ranks of the Qureish were larger than the Muslims but as whole both parties equally suffered.