The Prophet, as a stranger, kept on his ways step by step. Besides, he still exhibited honesty, sincerity, composure, patience and he then got more and more empathy from Medinans. When he went back to Mecca, many of Meccans felt dumbfounded.
According to Ibn Khaldun, there were devoted people but morally corrupted at the same time, so power became an instrument of boasting life and Abbasid rulers sank into worldly pleasures. They blatantly neglect religious values, said Ibn Khaldun, so that Allah took over their power from the Arabs completely and replaced by other nations.