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10 Facts About Banu Qaynuqa
The great-grandfather of Banu Qaynuqa tribe is Qaynuqa ibn Amchel ibn Munshi ibn Yohanan ibn Benjamin ibn Saron ibn Naphtali ibn Hayy ibn Musa and they are descendant of Manasseh ibn Yusuf ibn Yaqub ibn Ishaq son of Ibrahim.
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In 624, they were expelled during the Invasion of Banu Qaynuqa, after breaking the treaty known as the Constitution of Medina.
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Banu Qaynuqa proceeded to set about the establishment of a pact, known as the Constitution of Medina, between the Muslims, the Ansar, and the various Jewish tribes of Yathrab to regulate the matters of governance of the city, as well as the extent and nature of inter-community relations.
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Muhammad then approached the Banu Qaynuqa, gathering them in the marketplace and addressing them as follows,.
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At the time of the siege, the Banu Qaynuqa had a fighting force of 700 men, 400 of whom were armored.
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