A Scholarly Study on the Departure of the Last Ten among the Sahaba (R.A)
The term of Sahaba refers to the companions, disciples, scribes and family of the holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The most widespread definition of a companion is someone who met Muhammad, believed in him, remained faithful and died as a Muslim. Sahaba struggled their best to spread Islam throughout the world. They are not like ordinary people according to Islam, they are considered to be the most prominent and superior among all human beings after Prophets. Therefore, Strong feeling of affection for them is the truthfulness towards the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and it is the symbol of faith. There are thousands of Sahaba who struggled their best to spread the true message of Islam, however hardly anyone knows about the last one? In this article we will discuss about the last ten Sahaba.
Keywords: Umama, Anas bin Malik, Muhamm’ad, Sahaba
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