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Stories of The Sahaabah – Booklet

Our Great Heroes Our Beautiful Beloved Role Models Stories of The Beloved Noble Companions (May ALLAH be pleased with Them) of Our Beautiful Beloved Master & Leader Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Click Below for Link: Stories of the Sahaabah

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Musab ibn Umayr May ALLAH be Pleased with Him

   HE WAS THE PRINCE OF MAKKAH       HE WAS THE FLOWER OF QURAISH    And he gave it all up for the pleasure of Allah    ____________________ Mus’ab was only a youth when he heard of the new Prophet who had arisen among the Quraysh and his Message of monotheism; …

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Saad ibn Muaaz RadiALLAHU Anhu

   One of the heroes of Islam, one of its knights, and an honorable Companion of Nabi Salillahu Alaihe Wasalam . This honorable Companion fought in the Battle of Badr, Uhud, and in the Battle of the Trench and he did not fear anyone. He embraced Islam in Madinah (Medina) …

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Banu Umayyah & Banu Hashim

THE SHIAH CULT/SECT HAVE TAKEN GREAT PAINS TO DISTORT ISLAMIC HISTORY IN ORDER TO FALSELY PORTRAY ENMITY BETWEEN THE BANU UMAYYAH AND THE BANU HASHIM (family of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam). If this was indeed true, why was there so many high-profile marriages between the two families? In fact, …

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The Battle of Siffin (37 A.H) ( Detailed Booklet )

 http://mahajjah.com/ Nabi salla Llahu `alayhi wa sallam gestured towards Hasan radiya Llahu `anhu, who was sitting in his lap, and said: “This son of mine is a leader, and perhaps Allah will reconcile two great groups of the Muslims through him.” The hadith mentioned above refers to the people of …

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Battle of Jamal ( Detailed Booklet )

http://mahajjah.com/ Allah says: “If two parties among the Believers fall into a quarrel, make peace between them…The Believers are but a single Brotherhood: So make peace and reconciliation between your two (contending) brothers: And fear Allah that you may receive Mercy.” (Surah Hujurat: 9- 10) Allah Ta’ala did not say …

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