It took place in the month of Shawwal in the second year of Hijra, in the yard of the house of the Jew Abu Afak [At-Tabaqat by Ibn Saad (2/17)].
Salim ibn Umair led the campaign??ch, following the orders of P to kill Abu Afak, who was an elderly Jew who known to swear using strong language?? against the Muslims.
The incitement of the Jew Abu Afak to attack P and the Muslims.
The Jew Abu Afak was an elderly man who was known to swear a lot against??ch the Muslims. Salim ibn Umair, who was one of the Companions who were present at Badr and was know to cry while reciting the Quran, vowed to kill Abu Afak or die in the process. Abu Afak was an elderly man who was more than 120 years old, but he was evil and used to incite others to attack the Muslims and their Messenger ( P ). One night in the summer, Salim killed him when he was sleeping in his yard. Salim placed his sword in the olds man’s liver and killed him. When the man cried out, the people gathered around him. They then buried him in his house [The Prophet’s Biography written in Al-Hallab].
A Jewish poet who was an enemy of P was killed.
The Jews ?? and also broke their covenant with P in Medinah.??sp Their allegiance to the enemies of Islam was clear, and ??? to it. This is as well as their rough/stiff?? Reply/response?? when they were prohibited from ??? the Muslims.hh2