Failing to heed military strategy proves costly for the Muslims as Makkans seek revenge in the Battle of Uhud. Despite earning his freedom, dissonance stirs Wahshi's heart. Salman رضي الله عنه, a companion from the distant lands of Persia, provides strategic insight on the eve of another battle.
The Battle of Khandaq approaches and the Muslims must simultaneously confront the Makkan army and Jewish tribes of Madinah who've abandoned their oaths with the Prophet ﷺ from two different fronts. A treaty with the Makkans at Hudaybiyah tests the patience and mettle of the companions.
Stipulations agreed upon in the Treaty of Hudaybiyah begin to backfire for whoever remains among the polytheist Makkans. Delegations of representatives are sent to neighboring kingdoms and lands to spread the message of Islam. The Ummah goes toward Makkah to make Umrah with the Prophet ﷺ.