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And you, ˹O Muhammad˺, are free of restriction in this city -  

and you, O Muhammad (s), have free disposal of, sanction for, this land, in that you will be given permission to fight in it — and indeed God fulfilled this promise to him on the day of the Conquest ˹of Mecca˺ (thus this is a parenthetical statement intervening between that by which the oath has been sworn and that which is a supplement thereto).

وَأَنْتَ حِلٌّ بِهَٰذَا الْبَلَدِ  

{وأنت} يا محمد {حِلٌ} حلال {بهذا البلد} بأن يحل لك فتقاتل فيه، وقد أنجز الله له هذا الوعد يوم الفتح، فالجملة اعتراض بين المقسم به وما عطف عليه.