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  1. Battle of, Islam. a decisive battle in the early days of Islam (a.d. 624), in which Muhammad with about 300 men overcame a force of about 1000 Meccans.

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“I am telling you very clearly: I only met the Egyptian people,” says Tamarod co-founder Mahmoud Badr.

“My point of view was that we would not succeed unless we met the people face-to-face,” Badr said.

Badr, on Monday night, downplayed concerns over the role of the military.

Mahmoud Badr, 28, was unknown even among Cairo activists as recently as this spring.

“We are not afraid of violence,” adds fellow Tamarod co-founder Mahmoud Badr.

There was a fight, the battle of Badr, and the Meccans got the worst of it.

Abu Sofian sent for an army of the Koreish for his aid, and thus commenced the battle of Badr.

This is an argument against those who say that Mohammad had intentionally come to Badr to waylay the caravan there.

At length the time came when the forces of the Koreish and the Moslems were again to meet at Badr.

But Mohammad, with a force of fifteen hundred men and only ten horses, set forth for Badr.





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