Hadhrat Anas, narrates that when Hadhrat Abdur Rahmaan bin Auf R.A arrived in Madinah, Rasulullaah PBUH established a bond of brotherhood between him and Hadhrat Sa'd bin Rabee R.A Ansaari.
Hadhrat Sa'd R.A said to Hadhrat Abdur Rahmaan R.A , "Dear brother! I am the wealthiest person in Madinah and you may have half of my wealth. I also have two wives. You may choose the one you like best and I shall divorce her.
Hadhrat Jaabir رضی اللہ عنہ- narrates that during the ten years that Rasulullaah ﷺ lived in Makkah (after announcing his Nabuwaat), He ﷺ would visit people at the places where they stayed during the
seasons of Hajj. This was at the market places of Ukaaz and Majinna. He ﷺ would ask the people, "Who will give me asylum? Who will assist me so that I could propagate the message of my Rabb?
Whoever does this shall receive Jannah." However, He ﷺ found none to grant him asylum and assistance. However, (instead of assisting him) matters reached such a low ebb that when a person from Yemen or from the Mudhar tribe left (for Makkah), the people of his tribe and his relatives would say to him, "Beware that the man from the Quraysh does not get you into trouble." People even pointed at Rasulullaah ﷺ as he passed between their camps.
خلیفۃ المسلمین ، داماد پیغمبر صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم حضرت عثمان غنی رضی اللہ عنہ
حضرت عثمان رضی اللہ عنہ کو صحابہ کرام میں جو فضیلت اور عظمت حاصل ہے وہ اظہر من الشمس ہے۔ وہ "السابقون الاولون" میں تھے۔ حضرت ابو بکر رضی اللہ عنہ ، حضرت علی رضی اللہ عنہ ، حضرت زید بن حارثہ رضی اللہ عنہ کے بعد وہ شخص تھے جنہوں نے اسلام قبول کیا۔
Sayyidina Bilal is one of the best known from the group of Sahaabah as the moazzin of Nabi’s Musjid. He was an Abyssinian slave of a disbeliever in Makkah. Naturally, his conversion to Islam was not liked by his master and therefore, he was persecuted mercilessly. Ummayah bin Khalaf, who was the worst enemy of Islam, would make him lie down on the burning sand at midday and place a heavy stone on his chest, so that he could not even move a limb.
During the time of his Khilaafat, Amir-ul-Mominin Syyedina ‘Umar R.A, used to himself patrol the streets and suburbs of Madinah during the night to keep watch.
During one of his night-patrols, he noticed a camel-hair tent pitched in an open space. He had never seen this particular tent before.
Without a doubt, the lifestyle and history of Prophet Muhammad PBUH and his companions are among the most powerful sources providing strength of Imaan and love for the Deen. The Ummah and the call towards Deen has always been drawing sparks of Imaan from these sources and it is by this that the embers of their hearts have been kept burning.