Stories of the Sahabah Abdulla ibn Mas'ud When he was still a youth, not yet past the age of puberty, he used to roam the mountain trails of Makkah far away from people, tending the flocks of a Quraysh chieftain, Uqbah ibn Muayt. People called him "ibn Umm Abd"-- the son of the mother of a slave. His real name was Abdullah and his father's name was Mas'ud. The youth had heard the news of the Prophet who had appeared among his people but he did not attach any importance to it both because of his age and because he was usually far away from Meccan society.
Haddad Questions were asked about: Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr al-Siddiq Regarding the statement: No, he did not. The problem with al-Tabari's History is that it is not a critical history but an indiscriminate compilation that includes the chains for the experts to sift truth from nonsense.
Certain professionals rely exclusively on the nonsense to puzzle the people of truth. It would be a great boon if a hadith expert compiled the names of all the forgers found in al-Tabari's chains in the Tarikh. A much more reliable history is al-Dhahabi's Tarikh al-Islam, in print in 52 volumes.
This is a superb edition and monumental work by Dr. Muhammad Abu Shuhba and Dr. As for al-Balaadhiri i. Ahmad ibn Yahya ibn Jabir d.
His masterpiece is Ansaab al-Ashraaf, which he did not complete. One might say he is the archetype of the Abbasid historian full of anti-Umayyad stories.
He became insane in later life because of excessive consumption of memory-strengthening anacardium nuts balaadhir. Definition of the Sahaba The most widespread definition of Sahabi is someone who saw the Prophet and believed in him as well as died a Muslim.
The inclusion of children below the age of reason in the first category apparently precludes from them the necessity of outward affirmation. Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr would belong to this category.
As for Ahl al-Bayt such as our Mothers the wives of the Prophet and al-Sayyida Fatima and her two children, they are in a class apart with the Prophet. The mere virtue of accompanying the Prophet as a Muslim.Q) Stories of the Sahaabah.
It is reported in a Hadith that once a camel bowed in prostration before the Prophet (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam). The Sahabah on seeing this, said: "When this.
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The Story of Ammar Ibn Yasir Description: Ammar was a close companion of Prophet Muhammad, the son of martyrs for the cause of Islam, a fearless warrior, and a devoted Muslim until his death.
Julaybib (R) – A Short Biography. Hi s name was unusual and incomplete. Julaybib (R) means “small grown”.
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