The situation of the Muslims changes with the conversion of two men – Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib and Umar ibn Al-Khattab. The leaders of the Quraish feel really threatened at these and pressures the protector of Prophet Muhammad for the last time.
Abu Talib, the uncle and protector of Prophet Muhammad remains by his nephew. As a result, the tribes of Quraish decides to boycott the Muslims. What follows is a difficult couple of years for the Muslims of Makkah.
In this video
- Why Prophet Muhammad did not ask those in Abyssina to come back?
- Conversion of Hamza (R)
- Conversion of Hamza (R) gives a boost to Muslims, the torture lessens
- The heart of Umar (R) softens towards Islam for the very first time
- Umar finds Prophet Muhammad reciting Surat Al-Haqqah at night in front of Ka’bah
- Conversion of Umar (R)
- Muslims pray for the first time in public after the conversion of Umar ibn Al-Khattab
- Quraish feels threatened by the two conversions
- For the final time the leaders of Quraish meets Abu Talib and asks him to handover Prophet Muhammad
- The incident of the boycott
- The boycott treaty gets annulled