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Dating of Wars of Mohammad 

Notice how closely Islam’s inception is associated with war. From 623 to 777, a span of 154 years, there are 83 military conflicts involving the Muslims . . . and that is just what I have recorded here.  Is Islam a religion of peace?  Muslims tell me it is.  But . . .

  • 570–Birth of Muhammad in Mecca into the tribe of Quraish.
  • 577–Muhammad’s mother dies.
  • 580–Death of Abdul Muttalib, Muhammad’s grandfather.
  • 583–First journey to Syria with a trading Caravan.
  • 595–Muhammad marries Khadijah, a rich widow several years older than him.
  • 595–Second journey to Syra.
  • 598–His son, Qasim, is born.
  • 600–His daughter, Zainab, is born.
  • 603–His daughter, Um-e-Kalthum, is born.
  • 604–His daughter, Ruqayya, is born.
  • 605–Placement of Black Stone in Ka’aba.
  • 605–His daughter, Fatima, is born.
  • 610–Mohammed, in a cave on Mt. Hira, hears the angel Gabriel tell him that 
    Allah is the only true God.
  • 613–Muhammad’s first public preaching of Islam at Mt. Hira; gets few converts.
  • 615–Muslims persecuted by the Quraish.
  • 619–Marries Sau’da and Aisha.
  • 620–Institution of five daily prayers.
  • 622–Muhammad immigrates from Mecca to Medina, which was then called Yathrib, gets
    more converts.
  • 623–Battle of Waddan.
  • 623–Battle of Safwan.
  • 623–Battle of Dul-‘Ashir.
  • 624–Muhammad and converts begin raids on caravans to fund the movement.
  • 624–Zakat becomes mandatory.
  • 624–Battle of Badr.
  • 624–Battle of Bani Salim.
  • 624–Battle of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr.
  • 624–Battle of Bani Qainuqa’.
  • 624–Battle of Sawiq.
  • 624–Battle of Ghatfan.
  • 624–Battle of Bahran.
  • 625–Battle of Uhud; 70 Muslims are killed.
  • 625–Battle of Humra-ul-Asad.
  • 625–Battle of Banu Nudair.
  • 625–Battle of Dhatur-Riqa.
  • 626–Battle of Badru-Ukhra.
  • 626–Battle of Dumatul-Jandal.
  • 626–Battle of Banu Mustalaq Nikah.
  • 627–Battle of the Trench.
  • 627–Battle of Ahzab.
  • 627–Battle of Bani Quraiza.
  • 627–Battle of Bani Lahyan.
  • 627–Battle of Ghaiba.
  • 627–Battle of Khaibar.
  • 628–Muhammad signs treaty with Quraish.
  • 630–Muhammad conquers Mecca.
  • 630–Battle of Hunsin.
  • 630–Battle of Tabuk.
  • 632–Muhammad dies.
  • 632–Abu-Bakr, Muhammad’s father-in-law, along with Umar, begin a military move to
    enforce Islam in Arabia.
  • 633–Battle at Oman.
  • 633–Battle at Hadramaut.
  • 633–Battle of Kazima.
  • 633–Battle of Walaja.
  • 633–Battle of Ulleis.
  • 633–Battle of Anbar.
  • 634–Battle of Basra.
  • 634–Battle of Damascus.
  • 634–Battle of Ajnadin.
  • 634–Death of Hadrat Abu Bakr. Hadrat Umar Farooq becomes the Caliph.
  • 634–Battle of Namaraq.
  • 634–Battle of Saqatia.
  • 635–Battle of Bridge.
  • 635–Battle of Buwaib.
  • 635–Conquest of Damascus.
  • 635–Battle of Fahl.
  • 636–Battle of Yermuk.
  • 636–Battle of Qadsiyia.
  • 636–Conquest of Madain.
  • 637–Battle of Jalula.
  • 638–Battle of Yarmouk.
  • 638–The Muslims defeat the Romans and enter Jerusalem.
  • 638–Conquest of Jazirah.
  • 639–Conquest of Khuizistan and movement into Egypt.
  • 641–Battle of Nihawand.
  • 642–Battle of Rayy in Persia.
  • 643–Conquest of Azarbaijan.
  • 644–Conquest of Fars.
  • 644–Conquest of Kharan.
  • 644–Umar is murdered.  Othman becomes the Caliph.
  • 647–Conquest of the island of Cypress.
  • 644–Uman dies and is succeeded by Caliph Uthman.
  • 648–Campaign against the Byzantines.
  • 651–Naval battle against the Byzantines.
  • 654–Islam spreads into North Africa.
  • 656–Uthman is murdered.  Ali become Caliph.
  • 658–Battle of Nahrawan.
  • 659–Conquest of Egypt.
  • 661–Ali is murdered.
  • 662–Egypt falls to Islam rule.
  • 666–Sicily is attacked by Muslims.
  • 677–Siege of Constantinople.
  • 687–Battle of Kufa.
  • 691–Battle of Deir ul Jaliq.
  • 700 –Sufism takes root as a sect of Islam.
  • 700–Military campaigns in North Africa.
  • 702–Battle of Deir ul Jamira.
  • 711–Muslims invade Gibraltar.
  • 711–Conquest of Spain.
  • 713–Conquest of Multan.
  • 716–Invasion of Constantinople.
  • 732–Battle of Tours in France.
  • 740–Battle of the Nobles.
  • 741–Battle of Bagdoura in North Africa.
  • 744–Battle of Ain al Jurr.
  • 746–Battle of Rupar Thutha.
  • 748–Battle of Rayy.
  • 749–Battle of lsfahan.
  • 749–Battle of Nihawand.
  • 750–Battle of Zab.
  • 772–Battle of Janbi in North Africa.
  • 777–Battle of Saragossa in Spain.


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  • Geisler, Norman, Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Baker Books, 1999.
  • Glasse, Cyril, The Concise Encyclopedia of Islam, Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. San Francisco, 1989.
  • Morey, Robert, The Islamic Invasion, Harvest House Publishers, Eugene Oregon, 1992.


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About The Author

Matt Slick is the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry.


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