Intercession for those who have been captured and taken Captive in battles since the age of Prophecy until the end of the Umayyad period
Keywords:The Messenger (PBUH),, Muslims, intercession, war, battle, captives
The topic (intercession for those who were captured and taken captive in battles from the era of prophecy until the end of the Umayyad era) is studying two axes. On the authority of those who violated and the Qasitin in the two battles of al-Jamal (36 AH) and Siffin (37 AH) during the caliphate of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (peace be upon him) and then reviewing the intercessions for those who were subjected to captivity during the Umayyad era who opposed their policies. Rashidun era)0
While the second axis dealt with intercessions for female captives and offspring during the same period, the era of prophecy was characterized by tolerance and the one who interceded for himself easily obtained intercession, and that was the age of Rashidi, and in comparison with the Umayyad era, we note that obtaining intercession was characterized by difficulty and not being easily obtained.
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