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465 hadith found in 'Military Expeditions led by the Prophet (pbuh) (Al-Maghaazi)' of Sahih Bukhari.

(525) Narrated 'Abdullah bin Mughaffal: While we were besieging Khaibar, a person threw a leather container containing some fat and I ran to take it. Suddenly I looked behind, and behold! The Prophet was there. So I felt shy (to take it then).
(526) Narrated Ibn Umar: On the day of Khaiber, Allah's Apostle forbade the eating of garlic and the meat of donkeys.
(527) Narrated 'Ali bin Abi Talib: On the day of Khaibar, Allah's Apostle forbade the Mut'a (i.e. temporary marriage) and the eating of donkey-meat.
(528) Narrated Ibn Umar: On the day of Khaibar, Allah's Apostle forbade the eating of donkey meat.
(529) Narrated Ibn Umar: Allah's Apostle forbade the eating of donkey-meat.
(530) Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah: On the day of Khaibar, Allah's Apostle forbade the eating of donkey meat and allowed the eating of horse meat.
(531) Narrated Ibn Abi Aufa: We where afflicted with severe hunger on the day of Khaibar. While the cooking pots were boiling and some of the food was well-cooked, the announcer of the Prophet came to say, "Do not eat anything the donkey-meat and upset the cooking pots." We then thought that the Prophet had prohibited such food because the Khumus had not been taken out of it. Some others said, "He prohibited the meat of donkeys from the point of view of principle, because donkeys used to eat dirty things."
(532) Narrated Al-Bara and 'Abdullah bin Abl Aufa: That when they were in the company of the Prophet, they got some donkeys which they (slaughtered and) cooked. Then the announcer of the Prophet said, "Turn the cooking pots upside down (i.e. throw out the meat)."
(533) Narrated Al-Bara' and Ibn Abi Aufa: On the day of Khaibar when the cooking pots were put on the fire, the Prophet said, "Turn the cooking pots upside down."
(534) Narrated Al-Bara: We took part in a Ghazwa with the Prophet (same as Hadith No. 533).
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