GENEROSITY OF THE SAHAABAH Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Ja’far, Hadhrat Hasan, Hadhrat Husain (radhiyallahu anhum) and  one Ansaari companion were travelling from Makkah to Madinah. Along the journey they were caught in a storm. They sought refuge in the tent of a Bedouin. After cessation of the rain, the A’raabi (Bedouin)Read More →

HE GAINED 1000% PROFIT Hadhrat Ibn Abbaas (radhiyallahu anhu) narrated that once there was a severe drought and famine in Madinah Munawwarah. A caravan of camels laded with wheat was imported by Hadhrat Uthmaan (radhiyallahu anhu) from Syria. When the caravan entered Madinah, the traders hastened to Hadhrat Uthmaan (radhiyallahuRead More →

HADHRAT SALMAAN FAARSI’S SIMPLICITY HADHRAT SALMAAN FAARSI (Radhiyallahu anhu) was the oldest among the Sahaabah. He lived for 250 years. According to one narration his age was 350 years. He led a life of extreme simplicity and austerity. The changing of circumstances did not affect his life of simplicity. Hadhrat UmarRead More →

THE EFFECTS OF NAMES The neighbour of Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullah alayh) was a Raafdhi (a Shiah) who owned two mules. He named the one Abu Bakr and the other Umar. Shiahs are notorious for their vilification of the Sahaabah. One day one of the mules kicked the Raafdhi and split open hisRead More →

HAZRAT ABU BAKR RADHIYALLAHU ANHU Hazrat Ali Radhiyallahu Anhu asked: “Should I not inform you of the most superior of this ummah after their Nabi?” [The people replied positively.] He said, “Abu Bakr.” He then asked, “Should I not inform you of the most superior of this ummah after AbuRead More →