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Abu Huraira

April 23, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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 “Abu Huraira ad-Dawsee, the eminent Companion, the Haafidh amongst the Companions.  There is a difference of opinion about his name, some say Abdur Rahman bin Sakhar and some say bin Ghanam and some say other than that but most scholars agreed with the first name. He died in the year 59 A.H.”

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Tameem bin Aws ad-Daaree

April 23, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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 “Tameem bin Aws bin Khaarajah ad-Daaree, Abu Ruqaiyah, the famous Companion. He died in the year 40 A.H.”

Abu Musa al-Asharee

April 23, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“Abu Musaa al-Asharee, Abdullah bin Qais bin Saleem bin Hadaar, the famous Companion. He emigrated to Makkah, then to Ethiopia and then to Madinah. The Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) sent him as an envoy to Yemen.”

Abdullah bin ‘Amr al-Aas

April 23, 2010

 

 Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“The narrator of this hadeeth is Abdullah bin ‘Amr al-Aas al-Qurashee as-Sahmee. He was known as Abu Muhammad and some say Abu Abdur Rahman. He was from the first and foremost amongst the Companions and one of the prolific narrators amongst them. He was from the Abaadillah (plural of Abdullah), the fuqahaa (jurists) and from the ulema of the slaves of Allah. He died in 68 A.H.”

Jaabir bin Abdullah

April 20, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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  “Jaabir bin Abdullaah bin Amr bin Hiraam, Al-Ansari, then As-Salami, the Companion, son of a Companion. He fought 19 battles with the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam). He died in Medinah aged 70”

Abdullah bin Mas’ood

April 20, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“Abdullah bin Masood bin Ghaafil bin Habeeb Al-Hudhalee, Abu Abdur-Rahmaan, from the Saabiqoon Al-Awaloon (the first and foremost to embrace Islam) and one of the eminent scholars from the Companions. His virtues are numerous and Umar appointed him ruler of Kufah. He died in Medinah in 32 A.H.”

Abu Waaqid al-Laythee

April 20, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“He is Abu Waaqid al-Laithee – an ascription to Laith bin Abd Manaaf. It is said his name is al-Haarith bin Maalik while others say it is Ibn Auf. Many people reported from him and he has two hadeeths in the two Saheehs. It is said he witnessed Badr and it is said that he was from the Muslims who witnessed the conquest of Makkah. He died in the year 68 A.H. When he was 85.” years old.

Mu’aadh bin Jabal

April 20, 2010

 

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“He is Mu’aadh bin Jabal bin Amr bin Aws al-Ansari, al-Khazrajee, Abu ‘Abdur Rahmaan. He is a famous companion, who witnessed the battle of Badr and those which occurred after it. He was of the foremost of the people in knowledge, ahkaam (rulings and regulations), and the Qur’aan. He died in the year 18 A.H., in Shaam during the plague of Amwaas.”

Ubaadah bin as Saamit

April 20, 2010

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“Ubaadah bin Saamit al-Ansaari was from those who witnessed the pledge of ‘Aqaba (the first and the second) with the Messenger (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) and also witnessed the rest of the battles with him (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam). He was a scholar of the Qur’aan in Medinah and then in Shaam. He died in Jerusalem in the year 32 A.H., may Allah be pleased with him.”

Abdullah Ibn Abbaas

April 20, 2010

Taken from www.spubs.com , The Salafi College, Benefits from the Prophetic Hadeeths in Aqeedah and Manhaj, (Articles 1-19, Mudhakkirah alHadeeth an Nabawee of Shaikh Rabee)

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“The reporter of the hadeeth is Abdullah bin Abbaas bin Abdul Mutallib al-Haashimi, the paternal cousin of the Messenger of Allah [sallallahu alayhe wa sallam], known as Al-Hibr (lit. the ink), Al-Bahr (lit. the sea) due to his extensive knowledge. He was one of the most prolific narrators from amongst the Sahabah, one of the Abaadilah (plural of Abdullah) and from the jurists amongst the Companions, he died in 68 A.H. may Allah be pleased with him.”