Sahih Bukhari, Chapter: Peacemaking (Reconciliation)

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From: Sahih Bukhari
Chapter No. 51, Peacemaking (Reconciliation)
Hadith No: 875
Narrated/Authority of Al-Bara bin Azib
When Allah's Apostle (SAW) concluded a peace treaty with Al-Mushrikun (polytheists, idolators, pagans) at Al-Hudaibiya, Ali bin Abu Talib wrote the document and he mentioned in it, "Muhammad, Allah's Apostle (SAW)." The Mushrikun said, "Don't write: Muhammad, Allah's Apostle (SAW)', for if you were an apostle we would not fight with you." Allah's Apostle (SAW) asked Ali to rub it out, but Ali said, "I will not be the person to rub it out." Allah's Apostle (SAW) rubbed it out and made peace with them on the condition that the Prophet (SAW) and his companions would enter Makkah and stay there for three days, and that they would enter with their weapons in cases.

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