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What was the first major treaty negotiated by Prophet Muhammad in Medina?
A) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
B) Treaty of Hudaibiyyah
C) Treaty of Aqabah
D) Treaty of Badr

Answer
Answer
B) Treaty of Hudaibiyyah
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In which year did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah take place?
A) 6 AH
B) 7 AH
C) 8 AH
D) 9 AH

Answer
Answer
C) 8 AH
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Which tribe broke the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, leading to the conquest of Mecca?
A) Banu Quraysh
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Bakr
D) Banu Kinanah

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Quraysh
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Who was the Prophet’s envoy during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations?
A) Abu Bakr
B) Umar ibn al-Khattab
C) Ali ibn Abi Talib
D) Osman ibn Affan

Answer
Answer
C) Ali ibn Abi Talib
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Which treaty allowed Muslims to live peacefully in Medina alongside Jewish tribes?
A) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
B) Constitution of Medina
C) Treaty of Aqabah
D) Treaty of Badr

Answer
Answer
B) Constitution of Medina
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What was the duration of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah?
A) 5 years
B) 8 years
C) 10 years
D) 15 years

Answer
Answer
C) 10 years
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Which treaty between the Muslims and the Quraysh ended the hostilities between them?
A) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
B) Treaty of Aqabah
C) Treaty of Hudaibiyyah
D) Treaty of Badr

Answer
Answer
A) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
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Which tribe violated the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah by supporting an enemy against the Muslims?
A) Banu Bakr
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Kinanah
D) Banu Quraysh

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Bakr
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What significant event followed the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, leading to the acceptance of Islam by many people?
A) Battle of Uhud
B) Conquest of Mecca
C) Battle of Badr
D) Battle of Khaybar

Answer
Answer
B) Conquest of Mecca
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Which city was the destination of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah caravan that Muslims intercepted?
A) Mecca
B) Ta’if
C) Khaybar
D) Badr

Answer
Answer
B) Ta’if
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Which tribe allied with the Muslims during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, further strengthening their position in Medina?
A) Banu Thaqif
B) Banu Bakr
C) Banu Quraysh
D) Banu Kinanah

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Thaqif
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Which event marked the end of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah period?
A) Prophet Muhammad’s death
B) Conquest of Jerusalem
C) Treaty of Fath
D) Battle of Hunayn

Answer
Answer
C) Treaty of Fath
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Which tribe broke the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah by attacking Banu Khuza’ah, allies of the Muslims?
A) Banu Bakr
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Kinanah
D) Banu Quraysh

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Bakr
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Which treaty allowed Prophet Muhammad to perform the pilgrimage in Mecca the following year after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah?
A) Treaty of Aqabah
B) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
C) Treaty of Fath
D) Treaty of Khaybar

Answer
Answer
B) Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
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Which Quraysh leader played a crucial role in negotiating the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah with Prophet Muhammad?
A) Abu Sufyan
B) Abu Jahl
C) Abu Lahab
D) Umayyah ibn Khalaf

Answer
Answer
A) Abu Sufyan
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What was the key provision of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah regarding peace between Muslims and the Quraysh?
A) Muslims could visit Mecca anytime.
B) Muslims could not perform pilgrimage that year but could in the following year.
C) Muslims and Quraysh would remain in a state of perpetual war.
D) Muslims could only enter Mecca under Quraysh supervision.

Answer
Answer
B) Muslims could not perform pilgrimage that year but could in the following year.
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Which event led to the signing of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah between Muslims and Quraysh?
A) Battle of Uhud
B) Battle of Khandaq
C) Battle of Badr
D) Battle of Hunayn

Answer
Answer
B) Battle of Khandaq
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Which tribe violated the terms of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, leading to the conquest of Mecca?
A) Banu Bakr
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Khuza’ah
D) Banu Kinanah

Answer
Answer
C) Banu Khuza’ah
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What did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah signify for the Muslims?
A) Victory
B) Defeat
C) Temporary truce
D) Permanent peace

Answer
Answer
C) Temporary truce
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Which companion of the Prophet played a significant role in the negotiations of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah?
A) Abu Bakr
B) Umar ibn al-Khattab
C) Ali ibn Abi Talib
D) Uthman ibn Affan

Answer
Answer
B) Umar ibn al-Khattab
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What did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah symbolize in terms of Prophet Muhammad’s diplomatic skills?
A) Failure
B) Compromise
C) Victory
D) Retreat

Answer
Answer
B) Compromise
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Which tribe broke the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah by attacking the allies of the Muslims at night?
A) Banu Bakr
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Kinanah
D) Banu Quraysh

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Bakr
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How did the Muslims react to the violation of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah by Quraysh?
A) They immediately declared war against Quraysh.
B) They retaliated by violating the treaty themselves.
C) They waited patiently and sought peaceful resolution.
D) They abandoned the treaty and withdrew from negotiations.

Answer
Answer
C) They waited patiently and sought peaceful resolution.
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Which Prophet’s action during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations demonstrated extraordinary patience and wisdom?
A) Prophet Moses
B) Prophet Jesus
C) Prophet Muhammad
D) Prophet Abraham

Answer
Answer
C) Prophet Muhammad
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What lesson did Muslims learn from the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah regarding diplomacy and strategic alliances?
A) The importance of compromise and patience in negotiations.
B) The significance of military aggression over diplomatic solutions.
C) The necessity of avoiding treaties and engaging in continuous warfare.
D) The value of unilateral decisions without consulting adversaries.

Answer
Answer
A) The importance of compromise and patience in negotiations.
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Who was the chief negotiator from the Quraysh side during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah talks?
A) Abu Jahl
B) Abu Lahab
C) Suhayl ibn Amr
D) Umayyah ibn Khalaf

Answer
Answer
C) Suhayl ibn Amr
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What did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah achieve for the Muslims in the long run?
A) Immediate victory in battles against Quraysh.
B) A peaceful environment for the propagation of Islam.
C) Permanent control of Mecca and its resources.
D) A declaration of total independence from Quraysh.

Answer
Answer
B) A peaceful environment for the propagation of Islam.
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Which event during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations led to a temporary deadlock between Muslims and Quraysh?
A) Disagreement over the terms of the treaty.
B) Refusal of the Quraysh to negotiate.
C) An attack by Banu Bakr on Banu Khuza’ah.
D) Intervention of a third party mediator.

Answer
Answer
C) An attack by Banu Bakr on Banu Khuza’ah.
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What significant event occurred after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah that strengthened the position of the Muslims?
A) Conversion of Abu Sufyan to Islam.
B) Treaty of Fath with the Quraysh.
C) Migration of more companions to Medina.
D) Battle of Hunayn against the Hawazin tribe.

Answer
Answer
B) Treaty of Fath with the Quraysh.
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Which city served as the focal point of the negotiations during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah?
A) Mecca
B) Medina
C) Ta’if
D) Hudaibiyyah

Answer
Answer
D) Hudaibiyyah
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What was the primary objective of Prophet Muhammad during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations?
A) To gain immediate control of Mecca.
B) To secure a peaceful environment for Muslims and their allies.
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What was the primary objective of Prophet Muhammad during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations?
A) To gain immediate control of Mecca.
B) To secure a peaceful environment for Muslims and their allies.
C) To establish Quraysh’s unconditional surrender.
D) To provoke Quraysh into a decisive battle.

Answer
Answer
B) To secure a peaceful environment for Muslims and their allies.
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Which tribe was the staunch enemy of Banu Khuza’ah, leading to conflict during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah period?
A) Banu Bakr
B) Banu Thaqif
C) Banu Kinanah
D) Banu Quraysh

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Bakr
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Who acted as the mediator between the Muslims and Quraysh during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations?
A) Uthman ibn Affan
B) Ali ibn Abi Talib
C) Abu Bakr
D) Suhayl ibn Amr

Answer
Answer
A) Uthman ibn Affan
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What did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah signify for the Muslims in terms of their strategic vision?
A) A setback in their expansion plans.
B) A tactical retreat for a larger strategic gain.
C) A permanent cessation of hostilities.
D) A defeat in their diplomatic efforts.

Answer
Answer
B) A tactical retreat for a larger strategic gain.
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Which event during the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah negotiations tested the patience and trust of the Muslim companions?
A) Quraysh’s initial refusal to negotiate.
B) Banu Bakr’s attack on Banu Khuza’ah.
C) Suhayl ibn Amr’s strict terms for the treaty.
D) Delay in the arrival of Quraysh’s representatives.

Answer
Answer
B) Banu Bakr’s attack on Banu Khuza’ah.
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What did the Muslims gain as a result of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah that was not directly mentioned in the treaty?
A) Military superiority over Quraysh.
B) Increased diplomatic credibility.
C) Support from neighboring tribes.
D) Trade opportunities with Mecca.

Answer
Answer
B) Increased diplomatic credibility.
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Which significant event took place after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, leading to the widespread acceptance of Islam?
A) Battle of Khaybar
B) Battle of Uhud
C) Conquest of Mecca
D) Battle of Badr

Answer
Answer
C) Conquest of Mecca
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What did the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah demonstrate regarding Prophet Muhammad’s approach to diplomacy?
A) Aggressive confrontation with adversaries.
B) Willingness to compromise for long-term goals.
C) Strict adherence to established norms.
D) Isolationist policies for the Muslim community.

Answer
Answer
B) Willingness to compromise for long-term goals.
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Which tribe, despite being an ally of the Muslims, faced aggression due to the violation of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah?
A) Banu Khuza’ah
B) Banu Bakr
C) Banu Thaqif
D) Banu Quraysh

Answer
Answer
A) Banu Khuza’ah
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What valuable lesson did Muslims learn from the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah about patience and persistence in the face of challenges?
A) Quick retaliation is the key to success.
B) Diplomatic efforts can lead to favorable outcomes.
C) Avoiding conflicts is a sign of weakness.
D) Unilateral decisions are always effective.

Answer
Answer
B) Diplomatic efforts can lead to favorable outcomes.
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