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Era of Abu Bakr Asseddeek

Sunday, 30 March 2008
The rightly guided Caliphs, May Allah be Pleased with them, followed the steps of Messenger of Allah, SAWA. Among many things, they give special attention to the poor and catered for the needy, took interest in social solidarity among the entire society individuals and exerted their utmost in saving all those in distress or in need. It is no wonder that they did so, as they were nurtured by the Messenger PBUH and learned from his purely divine doctrines, in words and deeds.

Era of Omar Ibn Al Khattab

Thursday, 27 March 2008
In his era, Omar set up bodies to regulate the lives of his subjects. He, May Allah be pleased with him, through which he was aware of those who were in need of aid, thus sending them supplies from the Muslims' House of Charity. He went as far as to nurture every individual in the Islamic state by allocating a specific share of funds to help all people lead a decent life, a never- known system in the history of mankind. Among other things, he set up a system in which all newborns were registered. At first Omar didn't provide newborns with such funds until they were weaned


Era of Othman Ibn Affan

Thursday, 27 March 2008
Othman, May Allah be pleased with him, followed the steps of his rightly guided predecessor caliphs in terms of concern for the subject and solidarity with the poor and the needy. He raised the portion of charity which Omar allocated from the House of Charity, taking the individual portion of charity up to one hundred. He also raised the Ramadan portion of charity by one more dirham for each individual in society, and by two dirhams for the Mothers of the Believers. He also, May Allah be pleased with him, allocated Semat

Era of Ali Ibn Abu Taleb

Written by Administrator Thursday, 27 March 2008
The era of Ali Ibn Abu Taleb, May Allah be pleased with him, witnessed several political crises which plagued the Muslim society. But as it was a great and well structured society built up by the Messenger of Allah, SAWA,  it didn't collapse but it remained intact, with its individuals being coherent and cooperative. Following are examples of solidarity and adhesion of the society at this era. We in this subject of research deal with two features:



Female companions


Asma' Bint Abu Bakr

Sunday, 23 May 2010
She was the daughter of Abu Bakr as-Siddiq and the elder sister of 'Aisha, the mother of the believers.

Asma' Bint 'Umays

Written by Islamstory Sunday, 23 May 2010
She had embraced Islam early, even before Muslims got into al-Arqam house.

Asma' Bint Yazid

Sunday, 23 May 2010
Asmâ' was called the"Preacher of Women" because she was eloquent, rational and religious.

Fatima Bint al- Khattab

Sunday, 23 May 2010
She was the sister of Umar Ibn al-Kattab and the wife of Said Ibn Zayd.

Hind Bint Utbah

Sunday, 23 May 2010
Hind accepted Islam after the Conquest of Makkah.

Khawlah Bint Tha'labah

Written by Emad Fadel Thursday, 20 May 2010
Khawla bint Tha'labah the woman whose complaint Allah listened to from above the seven heavens.

Sumayya bint khayyat

Thursday, 20 May 2010
Sumayya bint khayyat was a slave of Abu Hudhayfa ibn al-Mughira. She got married to yassir, one of the immigrants to Makka.

Umm al-Fadl

Thursday, 20 May 2010
She embraced Islam before Hijrah. She was the brave woman. She was married to al-'Abbâs, the Prophet's uncle.

Fatimah was the fifth child of Muhammad and Khadijah. She was born at a time when her noble father had begun to spend long periods in the solitude of mountains aroun

Umm Waraqah

Thursday, 20 May 2010
The Prophet used to call her the martyr, because she hoped for death in the cause of Allah.

Ramlah bint Abi Sufyan

Tuesday, 01 April 2008
Abu Sufyan ibn Harb could not conceive of anyone among the Quraysh who would dare challenge his authority or go against his orders. He was after all, the sayyid or chieftain of Makkah who had to be obeyed and followed.

Rumaysa bint Milhan

Tuesday, 01 April 2008
Even before Islam was introduced to Yathrib, Rumaysa was known for her excellent character, the power of her intellect and her independent attitude of mind. She was known by various names including Rumaysa and Ghumaysa, but these were possibly nicknames.


Umm Haram bint Malhan

Written by Islamstory Thursday, 20 May 2010
She accompanied her husband `Ubâdah Ibn as-Sâmit when conquering Cyprus. Her death was in 27 AH.

Umm Sharik

Thursday, 20 May 2010
From the very beginning she started to propagate Islam secretly among the women of Quraish.


Umm Ayman

Thursday, 20 May 2010
She was the nursemaid/servant of the Prophet during his childhood.

Umm Hakim Bint al-Harith

Thursday, 20 May 2010
Both al-Hârith and his daughter Umm Hakim embraced Islam after the conquest of Makkah.


Tuesday, 01 April 2008
We do not know precisely how the young Abyssinian girl ended up for sale in Makkah. We do not know her 'roots', who her mother was, or her father or her ancestors.

Al- Khansa'

Sunday, 23 May 2010
She was a famous poet. Most of her poems are about her brothers, Sakhr and Mu`awiyah, killed in tribal battles pre-dating Islam.

Ar-Rubai' Bint Mu'awidh

Written by Islamstory Sunday, 23 May 2010
She was an honorable and knowledgeable woman. The companions would ask her in the matters of doctrine.

As shifa' bint al- Harith

Sunday, 23 May 2010
she was called the first female teacher in Islam.

Umm Imara

Thursday, 20 May 2010
Umm `Imarah witnessed the pledge of `Aqabah and participated in some battles.

Umm Mihjan

Thursday, 20 May 2010
Sources did not mention anything about her full name or her family, but we are informed about her noble manners and deeds.

Umm Roman

Thursday, 20 May 2010
Abu Bakr was the first man to embrace Islam. He went forward to his wife Umm Rumân and called her to embrace Islam. Therefore, she entered Islam too.

Umm Salim bint Malhan

Thursday, 20 May 2010
She was amongst the earlier Muslims to embrace Islam. She adhered to Islam although her husband, Mâlik rejected and did his best to prevent her from doing so.


Abbad Ibn Bishr
Abdullah Ibn Abbas
Abdullah ibn Hudhafah As-Sahmi
Abdullah Ibn Jahsh
Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud
Abdullah Ibn Salam
Abdullah Ibn Umm Maktum
Abdur-Rahman Ibn Awf
Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari
Abu Dharr Al-Ghifari
Abu Hurayrah
Abu Musa Al-Ash`ari
Abu Suyan Ibn Al-Harith
Abu Ubaydah Ibn Al-Jarraah
Abu-d Dardaa'
Abul Aas ibn ar-Rabiah
Adiyy Ibn Hatim
Al-Baraa Ibn Malik Al-Ansari
Amr Ibn Al-Jamuh
An-Nu`ayman Ibn Amr
An-Nu`man Ibn Muqrin Al-Muzzani
At-Tufayl Ibn Amr Ad-Dawsi
Fatimah Bint Muhammad (SAW)
Fayruz Ad-Daylami
Habib Ibn Zayd Al-Ansari
Hakim Ibn Hazm
Huthayfah Ibn Al-Yaman
Ikrimah Ibn Abi Jahl
Ja`far Ibn Abi Talib
Khabbab Ibn Al-Aratt
Muath Ibn Jabal
Muhammad Ibn Maslamah
Mus'ab Ibn `Umayr
Rabiah Ibn Ka`ab
Rumaysah Bint Milhan
Sa'ad Ibn Abi Waqqas
Salim Mawla Abi Hudhayfah
Salman Al-Farisi
Sa`id ibn Aamir al-Jumahi
Sa`id Ibn Zayd
Suhayb Ar-Rumi
Suhayl Ibn `Amr
Talhah Ibn `Ubaydillah
Thabit Ibn Qays
Thumamah Ibn Uthal
Ubayy Ibn Ka`ab
Umayr Ibn Sa`ad Al-Ansari
Umayr Ibn Wahb
Umm Habibah
Umm Salamah
Uqbah Ibn `Aamir
Utbah Ibn Ghazwan
Zayd Al-Khayr
Zayd Ibn Thabit

bulletKhalifa Abu Bakr
bulletKhalifa Umar bin al-Khattab
bulletKhalifa Ali bin Talib
bulletKhalifa Uthman bin Ghani
bulletThe Martrydom of Imam Husain
bulletAbbad ibn Bishr
bulletAbdullah ibn Abbas
bulletAbdullah ibn Hudhafah as-Sahmi
bulletAbdullah ibn Jahsh
bulletAbdullah ibn Masud
bulletAbdullah Ibn Sailam
bulletAbdullah ibn Umar
bulletAbdullah ibn Umm Maktum
bulletAbdur-Rahman ibn Awl
bulletAbu Ayyub al-Ansari
bulletAbu-d Dardaa
bulletAbu Dharr al-Ghifari
bulletAbu Hurayrah
bulletAbu-l Aas ibn ar-Rabiah
bulletAbu Musa al-Ashari
bulletAbu Sufyan ibn al Harith
bulletAbu Ubaydah ibn al Jarrah
bulletAdiyy ibn Hatim
bulletAishah bint Abi Bakr
bulletAl-Baraa ibn Malik al-Ansari
bulletAmr ibn al-Jamuh
bulletAn-Nuayman ibn Amr
bulletAn-Numan ibn Muqarrin
bulletAsmaa bint Abu Bakr
bulletAt Tufayl ibn Amr ad Dawsi
bulletFatimah bint Muhammad
bulletFayruz ad-Daylami
bulletHabib ibn Zayd al-Ansari
bulletHakim ibn Hazm
bulletHudhayfah ibn al-Yaman
bulletIkrimah ibn Abi Jahl
bulletJafar ibn Abi Talib
bulletKhabbab ibn al Aratt
bulletMuadh ibn Jabal
bulletMuhammad ibn Maslamah
bulletMusab ibn Umayr
bulletNuaym ibn Masud
bulletRabiah ibn Kab
bulletRamlah bint Abi Sufyan
bulletRumaysa bint Milhan
bulletSad ibn Abi Waqqas
bulletSaid ibn Aamir al-Jumahi
bulletSaid ibn Zayd
bulletSalim Mawla Abi Hudhayfah
bulletSalman al-Farsi
bulletSuhayb ar-Rumi
bulletSuhayl ibn Amr
bulletTalhah ibn Ubaydullah
bulletThabit ibn Qays
bulletThumamah ibn Uthal
bulletUbayy ibn Kab
bulletUmayr ibn Sad al-Ansari
bulletUmayr ibn Wahb al-Jumahi
bulletUmm Salamah
bulletUqbah ibn Aamir
bulletUtbah ibn Ghazwan
bulletZayd al-Khayl

Zayd ibn Thabit

Saeed bin Jubayr

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