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5 September, 14:24

What did Muhammad do when he encountered opposition from Mecca's city leaders? A. Brought more followers to Mecca B. He relocated from Mecca to the city of Medina. C. He threatened the leaders of Christianity and Judaism D. He fought againsts the Arabs and won additional converts

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  1. 5 September, 14:33
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    B. He relocated from Mecca to the city of Medina

    Mohammad's departure from Mecca (going to Medina) in the year 622 is known as the hijira. Hijira (also spelled "hijrah" or "hegira" in some variations of spelling in English) means an "exodus" or migration or movement. Mohammad was warned of a plot in Mecca to assassinate him, by Mecca merchants who opposed him. In Medina, Mohammad consolidated his following as the start of the Islamic movement, and returned to Mecca in 629 to conquer that city and prove that Allah was superior to the supposed gods of Mecca.
  2. 5 September, 15:11
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    The correct answer is B.

    Muhammad's s. a. w. s journey from Mecca to Medina is known as Hijrah and is the beginning of the Islamic Calendar.
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