Umar was an inspiring role model of Muslim rulers. Upon assuming caliphate, when presented with the royal carriage, he preferred his mule and ordered the carriage to be deposited in the state treasury
Saad’s success will always be a cause for the perplexity of historians. Saad's faith and determination stood glittering in the face of danger, making fun of the impossible with admirable bravery.
He was still a child when Prophet Muhammad passed away. But he was a rival of the senior companions in his knowledge, erudition, and good opinion. Do you have a thirst for knowledge like him?
He accepted Islam when he was 17 years old. He embraced Islam very early. When he talked about himself he said, "I witnessed a day in which I was third in Islam." Who was that blessed man?
The Prophet told the Najran delegation "I will send you a trustworthy man, a very trustworthy man." They had arrived from Yemen after embracing Islam asking for someone to teach them the Quran...
The blessed Companion of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), Salman al-Farisi (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates his journey to Islam...
Why were Abu Bakr and Umar the most eminent personalities of Islam? Was it only their devotion and sincerity? Or was it more than that?
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