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Abu Sa'id al-Khudri

Said ibn Malik Sinan al-Khazraji al-Khudri was an inhabitant of Medina and early ally of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad and one of the younger "companions of the prophet". Too young to fight at the Battle of Uhud in 625 where his father Malik ibn ...

Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith

Abū Sufyān ibn al-Hārith ibn Abd al-Muttalib, born al-Mughīrah, was a companion and first cousin of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Tamim al-Ansari

Tamim ibn Zayd al-Ansari was a Muslim saint whose dargah is located in Kovalam, Tamil Nadu, India which is 30 km from Chennai. Al-Ansari was born in the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia and is a Badr Sahabi. He visited the Asian continent during the ...

Amr bin Umayyah al-Damri

He participated in The Mission of Amr bin Umayyah al-Damri in the year 627. Amr bin Umayyah al-Damri was sent to assassinate Abu Sufyan to avenge Khubyab bin Adi. According to the Muslim scholar Safiur Rahman Mubarakpuri, the Quraysh ordered Khub ...

Amr ibn Abasah

Amr ibn Abasah was one of the Sahaba and one of the narrators of hadith. By his own account, Amr ibn Abasah met Muhammad in Mecca in the early days of his prophethood, and asked him, "What are you?" He replied, "I am a Prophet." Amr then asked, " ...

Dihyah al-Kalbi

Dihyah bin Khalifah al-Kalbi, sometimes spelled Dahyah, was the envoy who delivered the Muslim prophet Muhammads message to the Roman Emperor Heraclius. According to Muhammads wife Aisha, he saw Jibril twice" in the form that he was created” and ...

Fayruz al-Daylami

Fayruz al-Daylami was a Persian companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He belonged to the descendants of Persians that had been sent by Khosrow I to Yemen, conquered it, and drove out the Abyssinians. After Aswad Ansi claimed prophethood in Y ...

Habib ibn Zayd al-Ansari

By 630 Islam was the dominant force in Arabia, and the tribes converged on Mecca to proclaim their acceptance of Islam, including a delegation from Najd called Banu Hanifah, who appointed Musailama ibn Habib as their spokesman. On his return to N ...

Habiba bint Jahsh

Her father was Jahsh ibn Riyab, an immigrant from the Asad ibn Khuzayma tribe who had settled in Mecca under the protection of Harb ibn Umayya. Her mother was Umama bint Abdulmuttalib, a member of the Hashim clan of the Quraysh tribe and a sister ...

Wahshi ibn Harb

Wahshi ibn Harb was a slave of Jubayr ibn Mutim and a Sahabi also known as Abu Dusmah. He is best known for killing a leading Muslim fighter, Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib, Muhammads uncle, prior to accepting Islam, and afterwards reportedly killing ...

Al-Harith ibn Abd al-Muttalib

Hārith ibn Abdul-Muttalib was one of the uncles of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was the son of Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim, of the Quraysh in Mecca, by his first wife, Sumra bint Jundab, who was from Hawazin tribe. For a long time his father, ...

Harith ibn Rabi

Harith ibn Rabi also known as Abu Qatada al-Ansari was one of the companions of Muhammad. He assisted the battles of Uhud and Hudaybiyyah.

Hatib ibn Abi Baltaah

Hatib ibn Abi Baltaah was one of the sahaba, and was sent by Muhammad with a letter to Muqawqis, an Egyptian Coptic Christian official. He returned with gifts, including two slaves, Maria al-Qibtiyya and her sister Sirin. Muhammad took Maria as h ...

Hudhayfah al-Bariqi

Hudhayfah Ibn Mihsan al-Bariqi was a companion of Muhammad. He was governor of Oman during the reign of Rashidun Caliph Abu Bakr.

Humaydah al-Bariqi

Humaydah ibn an-Numan al-Bariqi was a companion of Muhammad. He was the leader of the tribe of Bariq and an extremely successful military general during the reign of Rashidun Caliph Umar. Humaydah also fought under Sa`ds command against the Sassa ...

Jabr (slave)

A young Christian slave who belonged to the Banu i-Hadrami tribe of Mecca, Jabr was later called a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Accusations of informants contributing to Muhammads recitations were made by his opponents. Jabr is iden ...

Jahsh ibn Riyab

Jahsh ibn Riyab was a companion of Muhammad. Originally from the Asad ibn Khuzayma tribe, he settled in Mecca and formed an alliance with Harb ibn Umayya, chief of the leading clan of the Quraysh tribe. He married Umayma bint Abdulmuttalib, a mem ...

Jubayr ibn Mutim

Jubayr ibn Mutim or AH 59) was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He accepted Islam after initially being a non-believer.

Julaybib

His name was acquired prior to his acceptance of Islam and is considered semantically unusual in Arabic; julaybib means "small grown" being the diminutive form of the word jalbab, referring to Julaybibs unusually short stature. Sources also descr ...

Kab ibn Zuhayr

Kab ibn Zuhayr was an Arabian poet of the 7th century, and a contemporary of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. He was the writer of Bānat Suʿād, a qasida in praise of Muhammad. This was the first naat in Arabic. This is the original Al-Burda. He reci ...

Khalid ibn Said

Khālid ibn Saʿīd ibn al-ʿAs al-Umawī, was a companion to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He converted to Islam before 613 CE along with his brother Amr. He migrated to Abyssinia along with his wife Hamaniya, where he acted as Umm Habibas wali when ...

Mughirah ibn Abd Allah

Al-Mughira ibn Abd Allah ibn Umar was a preeminent leader of the Quraysh tribes Banu Makhzum clan in Mecca in the 6th century. His descendants, the Banu al-Mughira, became the principle house of the Makhzum for the remainder of the pre-Islamic pe ...

Nuaym ibn Masud

Nuaym ibn Masud Al-Ghatafani was a companion of Muhammad hailing from Najd in the northern highlands of Arabia, belonging to the powerful Ghatafan tribe. His first exposure to the Muhammad was when Abu Sufyan sent him to Medina to convince the Mu ...

Qays ibn Sad

Qays ibn Sad occupies a position of prominence in Islam. Seen as one of the great leaders of the Muslim army, Qays ibn Sad was known for his steadfast defense in battles. His desire to cleanse his soul, achieved him the honor of being one of the ...

Rabiah ibn al-Harith

He was a son of Al-Harith ibn Abd al-Muttalib of the Hashim clan of the Quraysh in Mecca. He married his cousin Umm al-Hakam bint al-Zubayr and they had nine children. Abdulmuttalib, who narrated hadith from Muhammad and settled in Syria. Muhamma ...

Sabrah ibn Mabad

Abu Suraiya Saburah ibn Mabad ibn Ausaja al-Juhani, or Sabrah ibn Mabad al-Juhani was one of the companions of Muhammad. Other transliterations of his name include Abu Rabi al-Madani and Sabura al-Juhanni.

Salamah ibn al-Akwa

His full name is "Salama ibn Amr ibn al-Akwa", the "ibn Amr" part is usually dropped. Thus, his fathers name was Amr ibn al-Akwa. Other transliterations include "Salama bin Al-Aqwa".

Samra ibn Jundab

Samura ibn Jundab al-Fazari was a sahaba of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the lieutenant governor of Basra under Ziyad ibn Abihi, the supreme governor of Iraq and the eastern Umayyad Caliphate, in 670–673.

Shadad ibn Aus

Shadad ibn Aus, was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and a narrator of hadith. He is known for his narrations of hadis regarding Good deeds, Morals and Al-Sham. He is also known for his own Statements which provide some guidance.

Suhayb the Roman

Suhayb the Roman or Suhayb al-Rumi, also known as Suhayb ibn Sinan, also spelled Suhaib, was a former slave in the Byzantine Empire who went on to become an companion of Muhammad and member of the early Muslim community.

Suhayl ibn Amr

Suhayl ibn Amr, also known as Abu Yazid, was a contemporary of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, was a prominent leader among the Quraysh of Mecca. Clever and articulate, he was known as the Khatib or orator of the tribe, and his opinion carried grea ...

Thabit ibn Qays

Thabit ibn Qais was a Sahaba, a first generation Muslim, someone who was converted by Muhammad himself. He played a prominent role in the meeting at the Saqifah. Two alternative accounts of his death exist. The more credible one attributes it to ...

Tufayl ibn al-Harith

He was the son of al-Harith ibn Sakhbara, who was from the Azd tribe, and Umm Ruman bint Umayr, who was from the al-Harith tribe of the Kinana group. The family migrated to Mecca, where his father became the ally of Abu Bakr. Soon afterwards, al- ...

Umayr ibn Sad al-Ansari

Umayr ibn Sad al-Ansari was a companion of Muhammad. His father died when Umayr was young, leaving him and his mother poor and destitute. His mother eventually remarried to one of the richest men in Medina, Julas ibn Suwayd from the powerful trib ...

Umayr ibn Wahb

Umayr ibn Wahb,also known by his kunya Abu Wahb, was the father of Wahb ibn Umayr. Both participated in the Battle of Badr, and although Umayr escaped, his son was taken prisoner by the Muslims. He was also the paternal first cousin of Safwan ibn ...

Urwah ibn Masud

Urwah ibn Masud is a semi-legendary Arab, Thaqifi chieftain of Taif who became a companion of Muhammad. He was one of the first people from his tribe to accept Islam, and he was killed by his fellow chieftains while preaching Islam in his home ci ...

Utbah ibn Abi Lahab

Born in Mecca, Utbah was the eldest son of Abu Lahab ibn Abdul-Muttalib and Umm Jamil bint Harb. For several years his family lived next door to Muhammad and Khadija. Although never consummated and lasting less than three years, Utbah was legally ...

Yasir ibn Amir

Yāsir ibn ʿĀmir ibn Mālik al-ʿAnsīy was an early companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He is the second martyr in Islam, with the first being his wife, Sumayyah.

Zayd al-Khayr

Zayd al-Khayr was a noted, significant companion of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam. Hailing from the tribe of Tayy in northern Nejd. He was originally known as Zayd al-Khayl, but after becoming Muslim, Muhammad renamed him Zayd al-Khayr. After le ...

Zayd ibn Arqam

Zayd ibn Arqam was a Sahaba of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. He was from the tribe of Khazraj and a senior Companion from the Ansar "Helpers" in Madina, he attended 17 campaigns with Muhammad and died in 66 Hijri He was the first person in Islam ...

2Cellos

2Cellos are a Croatian cellist duo, consisting of classically trained cellists, Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser. Signed to Sony Masterworks since 2011, they have released four albums. They play instrumental arrangements of well-known pop and rock s ...

AsapScience

AsapScience, stylized as AsapSCIENCE, is a YouTube channel created by Canadian YouTubers Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown. The channel produces weekly videos that touch on many different topics of science. The two creators have a secondary chann ...

Ajey Nagar

Ajey Nagar is an Indian comedian, gamer, rapper and YouTube personality from Faridabad, India. He is known for his YouTube comedy and music channel CarryMinati and gaming channel CarryIsLive.

Antonio Radic

Antonio Radic is a Croatian chess player and host of the agadmator chess channel on YouTube. He has the largest YouTube chess channel as of February 2020, with over 577.000 subscribers. On his channel, Radic reviews both recent and historical che ...

Superfruit (duo)

Superfruit is an American musical and comedy duo consisting of Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, both known as members of the a cappella group Pentatonix; it is also the name of their comedy show, which is featured on their eponymous YouTube channel ...

Turki AlMohsen

Turki Almohsen is a Saudi Actor, director and vlogger. Almohsen started his career in 2012 after joining the online network Telfaz11.

Unbox Therapy

Unbox Therapy is a Canadian unboxing and technology YouTube channel produced by Lewis George Hilsenteger and Jack McCann. Hilsenteger is the channels host and McCann is the videographer. The channel has 16 million subscribers and its videos have ...

Yutabon

Yutabon, also called Juvenile Revolutionist Yutabon is a ten-year-old Japanese YouTuber who insists on the freedom of school refusal. and strongly objects that parents force their children to go to school.

Kātouzian

Kātouzian in Zoroastrianism refers to the priests at the time of Jamshid who conducted the worship of Hormozd. They used to dwell in mountains and caves, praying and looking for wisdom. The word Kātouzian itself is a plural form of the word Kātou ...

Herbad

The hērbad /ˈhɜːrbæd/ is a title given to Zoroastrian priests of minor orders. In the present day, hērbad is the lowest rank in the Zoroastrian priesthood, and is granted following the basic navar ceremony that marks the beginning of theological ...