Banu Nadir  

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The Banu Nadir were a Jewish tribe who lived in northern Arabia until the 7th century at the oasis of Madinah. The tribe challenged Muhammad as the leader of Medina, planned along with allied nomads to attack Muhammad and were expelled from Medina as a result. The Banu Nadir then planned the battle of the Trench together with the Quraysh. They later participated in the battle of Khaybar.

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