The Prophet’s entry into Madina ushers in a new phase for the divine message. Islam gaining fresh followers began to assert its strength and soon started to spread out over the four corners of the Arabian Peninsula.
In the previous chapters we have already noted that the Prophet was 53 years of age at the time of his auspicious migration. In Madina he spent the remaining 10 years of his life and it was here that other brilliant aspects of his immaculate personality became fully manifest. The divine call now entered a decisive stage and many important events took place in Madina, which eventually laid a firm foundation for the spread of Islam to the furthest reaches of the globe.
In 8 Hijra, 10,000 Muslim men were moving toward Mecca, which resulted in Victory of Mecca.
It can be seen Islam progressed rapidly when there was peace. As when there were wars – during 2 to 5 Hijra, Muslim rose from 300 to 1500 [or 3000] -Versus- during peaceful 6 to 8 Hijra, Muslim men rose to 10,000. So these events made the migration to Madinah a success. The blessings of Allah and prayers of Holy Prophet PBUH, vehement opposition by Meccans, acceptance by people in Madina, organized efforts, a Peace treaty with Meccans, and concentrated missionary work, were the causes, in short to say.