Other Eminent Personalities from the Sahabah and Tabi’in

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Other Eminent Personalities from the Sahabah and Tabi’in

 

Sahabah

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    Abu Laqit al Habashi:

One of the freed slaves of Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. He lived till the caliphate of Sayyidina ‘Umar ibn al Khattab radiya Llahu ‘anhu. It is said that he was Nubian.[1]

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    Aslam al Aswad:

A slave of a man from the Banu Nabhan from Tayyi’. He participated in Yamamah with Sayyidina Khalid radiya Llahu ‘anhu.[2]

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    ‘Asim al Habashi:

He is the slave of Zur’ah al Shaqra who brought him to Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam to name him and pray for blessing for him.[3]

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    Dhu Mihdam:

He came from Abyssinia and accompanied Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.[4]

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    Dhu Dajan:

He came from Abyssinia and accompanied Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.[5]

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    Dhu Manahib:

He came from Abyssinia and accompanied Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.[6]

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    Mid’am:

The slave of Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.[7]

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    Nab’ah:

The freed slave of Umm Hani’ bint Abi Talib.[8]

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    Rabah:

The doorkeeper of Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.

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    Khalid ibn al Hawari al Habashi.[9]

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    Nabil al Habashi.[10]

 

Tabi’in and Scholars

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    Masruh ibn Saburah al Nahshali:

The freed slave of Sayyidina ‘Umar radiya Llahu ‘anhu and his Mu’adhin.[11]

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    Aslam:

The freed slave of Sayyidina ‘Umar radiya Llahu ‘anhu.[12]

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    Ayman.[13]

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    ‘Abdullah ibn Hazim al Sulami:

He was a grand governor over Khurasan. He led many battles and was knowledgeable as well.[14]

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    Mamtur Abu Sallam al Habashi.[15]

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    Kafur al Habashi.[16]

 

 


[1]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 306.

[2]Tanwir al Ghabash, pg. 134.

[3]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 305.

[4]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 305; Usd al Ghaabah, pg. 369, Biography: 1556.

[5]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 305; Usd al Ghaabah, pg. 369, Biography: 1556.

[6]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 305; Usd al Ghaabah, pg. 369, Biography: 1556.

[7]Al Bidaayah wa al Nihaayah, vol. 6 pg. 45; Mu’atta Maalik Book 21, Hadith 25.

[8]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 321.

[9]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 302.

[10]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 306.

[11]Tahdhib al Tahdhib, vol. 10 pg. 109.

[12]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 333.

[13]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 335.

[14]Tanwir al Ghabash, pg. 162.

[15]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 343.

[16]Raf’ Sha’n al Hubshan, pg. 358.

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