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Abbad ibn Bishr

Abbad ibn Bishr
عباد بن بشر

As-Sahabah:
Abbad ibn Bishr
عباد بن بشر‎

The Campanions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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Abbad ibn Bishr (Arabic: عباد بن بشر‎) (c.606–632) was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was known for his devotion to worship, knowledge and courage in battle. Continue reading “Abbad ibn Bishr”

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Usama bin Zayd

Usama bin Zayd
أسامة بن زيد

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

Sahabah: Usama bin Zayd

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Biography & Early life

Usama bin Zayd (also spelled Osama) (Arabic: أسامة بن زيد‎) was the son of Zayd ibn Harithah, Muhammad’s freed slave, who he adopted as his son. His mother was Umm Ayman (Barakah). Continue reading “Usama bin Zayd”

Abu Lubaba ibn Abd al-Mundhir

Abu Lubaba
ibn Abd al-Mundhir
أبو لبابة بن عبد المنذر الأنصاري

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

Sahabah: Abu Lubaba

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Abu Lubaba ibn Abd al-Mundhir was a leading member of the Banu Aws, an Arabic tribe in Yathrib, today known as Medina. At some point after Muhammad’s arrival at Medina in 622, Abu Lubaba converted to Islam.

He appears in 627 during the siege of the Banu Qurayza, a Jewish tribe in conflict with Muhammad.

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Utbah ibn Ghazwan

Utbah ibn Ghazwan
عُتبة بن غَزْوان

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

Sahabah: Utbah ibn Ghazwam

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Utbah ibn Ghazwan (عُتبة بن غَزْوان) (died 639) was a well-known companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was the seventh person to convert to Islam and participated in the hijra to Abyssinia, but returned to stay with Muhammad in Mecca before making the second hijrah to Medina.

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Umayr ibn Wahb

Umayr ibn Wahb
عمير بن وهب

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

Sahabah: Umayr ibn Wahb

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Military Campaigns
During Muhammad’s era

Umayr ibn Wahb (in Arabic: عمير بن وهب) was the father of Wahb ibn Umayr. Both participated in the Battle of Badr, and although Umayr escaped, his son was taken prisoner by the Muslims.

Since he had persecuted Muslims earlier, he feared the well-being of his son, especially since he remembered the many Meccans killed in Badr. He then conspired with Safwan ibn Umayyah to kill Muhammad. Safwan agreed to take all of Umayr’s debts in order for Umayr to go to the Muslims and kill Muhammad.

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Suhayb ar-Rumi

Suhayb ar-Rumi

”Suhayb ar-Rumi (Arabic: صهيب الرومي‎) (born c. 587),
also known as Suhayb ibn Sinan,
was a former slave in the
Byzantine Empire who went on to become an esteemed

companion of Muhammad and revered member
of the early Muslim community.”
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Early life

Around the year 591, about twenty years before the commencement of Muhammad’s mission, an Arab named Sinan ibn Malik governed the city of al-Uballah on behalf of the Persian[clarification needed] emperor. The city, which is now part of Basra, lay on the banks of the Euphrates. He had several children and was particularly fond of one of them who was then barely five years old with blond hair and a fair-complexion named Suhayb.

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Julaybib

Julaybib
جليبيب

As-Sahabah:
Julaybib جليبيب

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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Julaybib

Julaybib was a martyr and one of the less known companions of Muhammad in the early Muslim community. His name was acquired prior to his acceptance of Islam and is considered unusual and incomplete. In the Arabic language Julaybib means “small grown” being the diminutive form of the word jalbab, indicating that Julaybib was small and short, even dwarf-like. He was also described as being damim, meaning ugly, deformed, or repulsive.

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Thalaba Ibn Abdul Rahman

Thalaba Ibn Abdul Rahman
{As-Sahabah}
The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
May peace and blessing of Allah be upon him

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Tha’labah – The Runaway

Thalaba Ibn Abdul Rahman was a young man at the age of 16. He always ran errands for the prophet pbuh. One day while walking though the city of Medina, he passed by a house with an open door. Out of curiosity he took a glance inside. In this glance, he saw a light curtain being blown away from a bathroom entrance were a woman was bathing.

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Ubay ibn Ka’b

Ubay ibn Ka’b
أبي بن كعب بن قيس

As-Sahabah:
Ubay Ibn Ka’b
أبي بن كعب بن قيس

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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Biography

”Ubay ibn Ka’b (died 649), also known as Abu Mundhir (the father of Mundhir), was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and a person of high esteem in the early Muslim community.”

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Al-Zubayr ibn Al-Awam

al-Zubeir ibn al-Awam

As-Sahabah:
Az-Zubayr ibn Al-Awam
الزبير بن العوام بن خويلد

The Companions of Prophet Muhammed
(peac be upon him)

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Az-Zubayr ibn Al-Awam

”Az-Zubayr ibn Al-Awam (594–656) (الزبير بن العوام بن خويلد) was a companion of Muhammad and a commander in the Rashidun army.”

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Al-Qa’Qa’

Al- Qa’Qa’ Ibn Amr at-Tamimi

As-Sahabah:
Al-Qa’ Qa’ Ibn Amr at-Tamimi
القعقاع بن عمرو بن مالك التميمي

 The Companions of Prophet Muhammed
(peace be upon him)

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The One Man Re-Inforcement

Al-Qa’qa’ ibn ‘Amr was a man of Banu Tamim. He and his tribe converted to Islam during the Year Of Delegation and became Sahabi.

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As‘ad ibn Zurarah | أسعد بن زرارة

As‘ad ibn Zurarah
أسعد بن زرارة

As-Sahabah: As‘ad ibn Zurarah
أسعد بن زرارة

The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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As’ad ibn Zurarah
Meets The Holy Prophet

As‘ad ibn Zurarah ibn ‘Ads was among the Ansar Sahaba (companions) of Muhammad. He was from the Banu Khazraj. He was one of the twelve chosen deputies during the Second pledge at al-Aqabah Talha lived with him after the Migration to Medina.

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Sa’d ibn Mu’adh: سعد ابن معاذ

Sa’d ibn Mu’adh
سعد ابن معاذ

As-Shabah:
Sa’d ibn Mu’adh
سعد ابن معاذ
The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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Sa’d ibn Mu’adh
سعد ابن معاذ

”The Prophet (peace be upon him) grieved so much for the Sa`d’s death. Moreover, he told the people that the Throne of Allah has shaken because of his death. Gabir (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The Throne (of Allah) has shaken at the death of Sa`d ibn Mu`adh.” [9]

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Hudhaifah Ibn Al-Yammaan

Hudhaifah Ibn Al-Yammaan
حذيفة بن اليمان

As-Sahabah:
Hudhaifah Ibn Al-Yammaan
حذيفة بن اليمان
The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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Huthaifah

حذيفة بن اليمان صحابي جليل ولد في مكة وعاش في المدينة المنورة ومات سنة 36 هجرية في المدائن

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At-Tufail Ibn ‘Amr Ad-Dawsy: الطفيل بن عمرو الدوسي

At-Tufail Ibn ‘Amr Ad-Dawsy
الطفيل بن عمرو الدوسي

As-Sahabah:
At-Tufail Ibn ‘Amr Ad-Dawsy
 الطفيل بن عمرو الدوسي
The Companions of Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him)

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The Rightly Guided Nature

Al-Tufayl ibn Amr al-Dawsi (died 633) was the chief of the Banu Daws tribe from Tihama in pre-Quranic times. He accepted Islam before the hijra and helped spread Islam among his fellow tribesmen. During the Riddah wars, he led a contingent of his people against the impostor Mosailima. In the Battle of Yamama, Tufayl ibn Amr fell as a martyr.

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