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Sahabah - Ibn Maslamah

Muhammad ibn Maslamah

Abdullah ibn Rawahah RA - The Truth Seeker of Martyrdom.

THE COMPANION: The Battle of Badr - The Story and Reasons

The Battle of Badr - The Story and Reasons

THE COMPANION: Salman Al Farisi RA, the True Seekers of Knowledge.

Salman Al Farisi RA, the True Seekers of Knowledge.

THE COMPANION: Rasulullah SAW Admonishes Those Who Backbite

About a Sahabi RA who was punished for Adultery . Abu Hurayrah RA narrates that a Sahabi fro.

Women warriors in folklore Khawlah bint al-Azwar (Arabic خولة بنت الأزور) was a prominent woman during the life of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Khawlah was a Muslim Arab warrior, sister of Zirrar ibn Azwar, the legendary Muslim soldier and commander of the Rashidun army during the 7th century Muslim conquest.  Wikipedia  http://myartblogcollection.blogspot.ca/2015/01/women-warriors-in-folklore.html

Mythology: Khawla bint Al-Azwar was a Muslim Arab warrior

THE COMPANION: Umm Sulaim bint Milhan Al-Ansariyyah - Only Syahadah My Mahar

Umm Sulaim bint Milhan Al-Ansariyyah - Only Syahadah My Mahar

THE COMPANION: UMM AIMAN RA (Barakah – Women of Paradise)

Women of Paradise No one knows precisely how the young Abyssinian girl ended up for sale in Makkah. We do not know her 'roots', wh.

Rufaidia Al-Aslamia is the first female Muslim nurse and the first female surgeon in Islam. She trained other women to be nurses and to work in health care. She also worked as a social worker, helping to solve social problems associated with the disease, she helped children in need and took care for orphans, as well as the handicapped and poor, becoming an experienced healer. She also practiced in field hospitals during holy wars, giving shelter and healing to injured soldiers.

Saidatuna Rufaida Al-Aslamia RA

THE COMPANION: An-Numan Ibn Muqarrin RA

THE COMPANION: An-Numan Ibn Muqarrin RA

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