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Which battle? If the Muslims subjugated a group of non-Muslims, then those non-Muslims converted to Islam, it is possible that their jizya could be "refunded" (but not their kharaj taxes which remain tied to their land even after conversion).

Or, if the battle ended in negotiations, an alternative settlement could be worked out in a treaty.

Normally & in the Quran and primary Hadith, however, no exemptions/no returns are laid out. The non-Muslim must convert, pay, or be fought by the Muslims under Islamic law.

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