The Significance of the Battle of Badr and the Blessed Martyrs [رضوان الله تعالى عليهم أجمعين]


The Great Battle of Badr took place on the seventeenth of Ramadhan -two years after the Hijra – This was the first battle that the believers ever engaged in with the disbelievers – and it is – by far – the Most  Famous and Most Renown -becuase of the several extraordinary events that occured during it.   Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  had encouraged the Muslims to oppose the Quraish caravan which was returning to Makkah from Sham.The Muslims went out with 300 and some soldiers not intending to meet a caravan of about 40 men – not intending to fight but only to overpower them – The caravan escaped – but Abu Sufyan had already sent word to Quraish to come and protect it – The Quraish marched with enormous army of 1000 men – Six Hundred wearing shield-, 100 horses – and 700 camels- and luxurious provisions to last for several days. The disbelievers wanted to make this a victory that would put fear into the hearts of all the Arabs – They wanted to crush the Muslims once and for all and the odds were overwhelmingly in their favor.

Imagine that the believers with their small army (including only 2 horses), going out with the intent of meeting a mere 40 unarmed man and instead meeting a well- prepared army of *3 times* their size –   Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) could have easily ordered the believers to fight and they would not have hesitated to comply – But – He  (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) wanted to emphasize to his followers that they should fight out of conviction and  Iman and to teach us a lesson in the process.

He gathered his followers to conduct Shura (Consultation) -Many of the Muhajireen ( the Muslims who emigrated from Meakkaha to Medinah) spoke up – using the most eloquent of words to describe their dedication –  But there was one of the Sahabah whom all the others envied for his statement to Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) – He, Miqdad ibn al Aswad – rose up in front of the crowd and said – ‘Ya RasulAllah! – We will not say to you like Bani Israel said to Musa, ‘Go you and your Lord and fight – we are here sitting and awaiting – ‘[Surat al maa’idah]’ – Go by Allah’s blessing and we are with you!”

And so the Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) was very pleased- but in His great wisdom –  He waited silently – and some among the Muslims knew what He intended- So far only the Muhajiroon had given their consent- but it was the Ansar (the Muslims who lived in Medinah and welcomed the Muslims into their city) –  who had the most to loose in this stake and it was not a part of the pledge that the Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) had taken from the Ansar at ‘Aqabah) for the Ansar to fight with the Muslims in foreign territory – So- the great leader of the Ansar, Sa’d ibn Mu’adh spoke up- “Ya RasulAllah! Maybe you mean us?”-  The Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  responded in the affirmative.

Sa’d proceeded to give a beautiful speech in which he said – among many things: “O Messenger of ALLAH – we have believed in you and we believe that you are saying the Truth – We give you- based on that – our Covenant to listen to and Obey You -by ALLAH – the One Who sent you with the Truth – if you were to enter the sea- we would rush into it with you and not one of us would stay behind -May ALLAH show you in our actions what will satisfy your eyes – So march with us- putting our Trust in ALLAH ‘s Blessings”

Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  was very pleased by this and said: “Forward and be of cheer- for ALLAH has promised me one of the two (the Caravan or the Battle) – and by ALLAH it is as if I now saw the enemy lying prostrate.”

The Muslims marched forward and encamped at the nearest spring of Badr (closest to Medinah – which is north of Makkah) – One of the companions – Al-Hubab ibn Mundhir – asked  Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)

“Has ALLAH inspired you to choose this very spot or is it stratagem of war and the product of consultation?” – The   Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said – “It is the product of stratagem of war and consultation” -So Al-Hubab suggested that the Muslims encamp further south on the nearest water well – make a basin of water for themselves- and destroy the other wells to thereby restrict to Quraish’s access to the water – The Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) approved of his plan and carried it out.

Then, Sa’d ibn Mu’adh suggested that a trellis or hut be built for The  Beloved Prophet Muhammed(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) as a protection for him and to serve as a headquarters for the army-  Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and Hazrat Abu Bakr as-Siddique [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] stayed in the hut while Sa’d ibn Mu’adh and a group of his men guarded it – The  Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  spent the whole nigh preceeding the battle in Prayer and Supplication evn thought He (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  knew that Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) had promised him Victory – It was out of His  (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) Love for and  Worship and Total Submission to Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) that he did this – And it was said that this is the highest form of  ‘Ibaadah knowns as “Ain al Yaqeen” – a state of being Completely Dependant and Submissive to which distinguished Him in superiority from Abu Bakr as-Siddiq who only had ‘Illm al-Yaqeen’ – the Certainty of the Promise.

Unusally – that same night- the night when tensions were mounting for one of the  Biggest Events in History – the night before the battle that would signify the progress or defeat of Islam – instead of being nervous- worried and unable to sleep – the Muslim army enjoyed a sound and refreshing sleep.

That Night was the Night of the 17th of Ramadan- the year 2 A.H – This was a Divine Favor which Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) mentioned in the Qur’an:

“(Remember) when HE covered you with a slumber as a security from HIM – and HE caused rain to descend on you from the sky – to clean you thereby and to remove from you the Rijz (Whispering- Evil suggestions- etc – of Satan.

And to Strengthen your Hearts – and make your Feet firm thereby”  [8:11]

The seond favor from Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی)  mentioned in this verse is the Rain that Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی)  sent upon the believers That Very Night – The place where the Muslims were to encamp was made of sandy ground which was hard to walk on becuase one’s feet could easily sink in it – Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) sent the rain to make the ground firm under their feet and sent the sleep to make their Hearts Firm – The next morning- was still Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) asleep when Quraish was very closely approaching – Hazrat Abu Bakr as-Sidique [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] was very hesitant to wake the Noble Messenger (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  but was forced to do so becuase Quraish were approahcing quickly.

The Muslims were arranged in ranks – When the two parties appoached closer and were visible to each other- Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  began supplicating:

“O ALLAH! The conceited and haughty Quraishites are already here and defying You and and belying Your Messenger- O ALLAH! -I am waiting for Your victory which You have promised me – I beseech You ALLAH to defeat them” – He (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) then gave strict orders that his men would not start fighting until he gave them his final word.

He recommended that they use their arrows sparingly  – and Never Resort to Swords unless the enemies came too close.

The Quraish were haught and arrogant and confident in their superior number- weapons- and provisions but it is  Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) who would decide the matter:

“(O disbelievers) if you ask for a judgement- now has the judgement come unto you and if you cease (to do wrong) – it will be better for you- and If you return (to the attack)- so shall we return- and your forces will be of no avail to you-however numerous it be- and verily- ALLAH is with the believers.” [8:19]

The Battle Began with a confronation between three men from each side:

Hamza [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه](Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam’S Uncle) vs Utbah ibn Rabi’a — Imam Ali [كرم الله وجهه الكريم] (Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam’s Cousin) vs Al-Waleed ibn ‘Utbah — ‘Ubaidah ibn al Harith  [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] vs Shaybah ibn Rabi’a.

In the former two cases – Hamza [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] and Imam Ali  [كرم الله وجهه الكريم] killed their opponents- but ‘Ubaidah  [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] (despite killing his opponent) was severely wounded and died about four or five days later- The fighting intensified- and many more duels broke out – In the midst of all of this -The Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  continued to supplicate his Lord.

Hazrat Abu Bakr as-Sidique [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] witnessed this incessant supplication so He said:  “O RasullAllah – you have cried out enough to your Lord – HE will surely fulfill what HE has promised you”

Immediate was the response of Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) -Who sent down Angels/Mallayka’t from the  Heavens for the help and assistance of HIS Most Chosen Beloved (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  and his  Companions – The Qur’an marks this Miraculous Occurance:  “I will help you with a thousand of the Angels each behind the other (following one another) in Succession” [Quran – 8:9]

The Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) in his hut, dozed off a little and then raised his head joyfully crying and said:  “O Abu Bakr!  Glad Tidings are there for you- ALLAH’s Victory has approached – By ALLAH I can see Jibreel on his mare in the thick of a sandstorm.”

Then He came out of the hut and exclaimed: “Sayuhzamul Jam’u wa Yuwwalloonad-Dubur” – [Qur’an -54:45]

Their multitude will be put to flight- and they will show their backs – This is in fact one of the miracles of the Qur’an becuase this verse was revealed in Makkah before any of these events at Badr had taken place- Hazrat Omar [ رضی اللہ تعالہ عنه] upon hearing Beloved Prophet Muhammed d (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) proclaim this verse on this occasion said:  “When this verse was first revealed- I asked Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh (şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam ) what it means – What Multitude? What Deafeat? – And Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh (şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam )  didn’t answer me – But when I saw him recite it on that occasion – I then understood”

Then  Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh (şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam ) took a handful of dust and cast it at the enemy and said :  “Confusion Seize their faces!” –  As he flung the dust – a Violent Sandstorm blew like furnace blast into the eyes of the enemy – About this – Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) says in the Noble Qur’an: “And  You- Muhammad d (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) threw not when you did throw – but ALLAH threw.” [8:17]

It was at this point that  Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)  gave orders to launch a full counter-attack – He incited the believers reciting the following verse:  “And be quick for forgiveness from your Lord – and for Paradise as Wide as are the Heavens and Earth.”[3:133]

The Spirit of the Muslims was at it Peak and they fought with the Utmost cCurage and  Bravery severly wounding the Quraish army – killing many of their men and instilling fear in their hearts – The Muslims did not know that ALLAH’s help was about to descend upon them – They only knew the odds that were apparent to both sides:

100 against 300′

700 camels against 70 camels,

100 horses against 2,

Enourmous provisions against None,

An intense  preparation for war against an unprepared group of believers.

STIL Despite all Odds – they had Trust in Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) -This is TAWALKKAL –  and upon HIS Beloved Messenger (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and they were willing and even hoping to Give up their lives of this Dunya/World for the Ever- Lasting Abode of Jannah – Because of their Utmost Devotion to  Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی)  -who sent HIS Help and Victory!

In addition to sending down Angels/Malayka’t –  Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) also brought another Miraculous Occurence to ensure the Muslim victory – ALLAH says in the Glorious Qur’an: “(And remember) When AlLLAH showed them to You (Muhammad) as few in your dream – if HE had shown them to you as many – you would have surely have disputed in making a decision- But ALLAH saved (you) – Certainly- HE is the All Knower of what is in the breasts.” [8:43]

And indeed Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) did fulfill HIS Promise: “And (remember) when you met (the army of the disbelievers on the Day of the Battle of Badr) – HE showed them to you as few in your eyes and HE made you appear as few in their eyes – so that ALLAH might accomplish a matter already ordained (in HIS Knowledge) – and to ALLAH return all matters for decision [Qur’an – 8:44]

Many of the disbelievers were killed in this battle – the most noteworthy of which was Abu Jahl – the Archenemy of Islam! When  Beloved Prophet Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) set out to look at his corpse- He  (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said: “This is the Pharaoh/Firaun of this Nation.” – And so the Muslims defeated the disbelievers in a humiliating defeat by the Help of Alimghty ALLAH (سبحانہ و تعا لی) -0) – Indeed ALLAH again – fulfilled HIS Promise -“Their multitude will be put to flight – and they will show their backs” [ Qur’an -54:45]

The disbelievers, with all their might – turned their backs and ran away from the Muslims in Disgrace and utter Humiliation- ALLAHu Akbar wa lillah al Hamd.

[1] Sahih al-Bukhari – [2/568]

[2] Abu Daud – [ 2/13]

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~ Names of Muslim Warriors in the Battle of Badr ~ 

   from Hazrat Ehsan Iqbal Qadri of Colombo – Sri Lanka 

 

The Battle of Badr is the most important battle in the whole of human history as it firmly established Islam as the only true religion for the whole of humanity till the end of time. It took place on 17 Ramadan 2 A.H, 624 C.E. The beloved holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, together with 313 of his Sahaba (Companions) and angels sent by Allah defeated about 1000 better armed polytheists of the tribe of Quraysh.

We should remind ourselves that Asma’ Ahl Badr (the names of the Muslim warriors of the Battle of Badr) are Jalali (Majestic). They need the Jamal (Beauty) of Salawat (Invocation of Blessings) to cool them. So before we recite these, and after completing the recitation, it is recommended to recite Durood Shareef 100 times. Or instead, we can recite Qasidah al-Burda.  Once we have recited the Salawat, we can come to the Asma’ Ahl al-Badr.

 

Names of the Muslim Warriors in the Battle of Badr

 

Please recite Sayyidinaa before each name and Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu (Allah is Pleased with Him) after each name.

Allahumma Agithna ya Giyath al-Mustaghitheen bi Haqqi

(O Allah! O The Succour of those who seek help, save us for the sake of)

1. Sayyidina wa Habeebina wa Nabiyyina wa Mawlana Muhammad ibn ‘Abdillah Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam

2. Sayyidina Abi Bakr as-Siddaq, ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Uthman al-Muhajiri Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Sayyidina ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Sayyidina ‘Uthman ibn ‘Affan al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Sayyidina ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Sayyidina Talha ibn ‘Ubaydillah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Sayyidina az-Zubayr ibn al-‘Awwam al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Sayyidina ‘Abdu’rRahman ibn ‘Awf al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Sayyidina Sa’d ibn Abi Waqqas, Malik ibn Uhayb al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Sayyidina Sa’ad ibn Zayd al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Sayyidina Abi ‘Ubayda ‘amir ibn ‘Abdillah ibn al-Jarrah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Alif

1. Ubayy ibn Ka’b al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. al-Akhnas ibn Khubayb al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. al-Arqam ibn Abi’l Arqam al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. As’ad ibn Yazeed al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Anas ibn Mu’adh al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Anasah, mawla Rasulillah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Unays ibn Qatadah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Aws ibn Thabit al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Aws ibn Khawla al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Aws ibn as-Samit al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Iyas ibn al-Aws al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Iyas ibn al-Bukayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ba’

1. Bujayr ibn Abi Bujayr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Bahhath ibn Tha’laba al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Basbas ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Bishr ibn Bara’ ibn Ma’rar al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Bashar ibn Sa’d al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Bilal ibn Rabah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ta’

1. Tameem ibn Yu’ar al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Tameem mawla Bana Ghanam al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Tameem mawla Khirash ibn as-Simmah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Tha’

1. Thabit ibn Aqram al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Thabit ibn Tha’labah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Thabit ibn Khalid al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Thabit ibn Khansa’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Thabit ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Thabit ibn Hazzal al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Tha’labah ibn Hatib ibn ‘Amr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Tha’labah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Tha’labah ibn Ghanamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Thaqf ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Jeem

1. Jabir ibn Khalid ibn ‘Abd al-Ash-hal al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Jabir ibn ‘Abdillah ibn Ri’ab al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Jabbar ibn Sakhr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Jabr ibn ‘Atak al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Jubayr ibn Iyas al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ha’

1. al-Harith ibn Anas al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. al-Harith ibn Aws ibn Rafi’ al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. al-Harith ibn Aws ibn Mu’adh al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. al-Harith ibn Hatib al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. al-Harith ibn Khazamah ibn ‘Ada al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. al-Harith ibn Khazamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. al-Harith ibn Abi Khazamah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. al-Harith ibn as-Simmah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. al-Harith ibn ‘Arfajah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. al-Harith ibn Qays al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. al-Harith ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. al-Harith ibn an-Nu’man ibn Umayya al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Harithah ibn Suraqa ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Harithah ibn an-Nu’man ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. Hatib ibn Abi Balta’ah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. Hatib ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. Hubeeb ibn al-Mundhir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. Habeeb ibn al-Aswad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu19. Haram ibn Milhan al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. Hurayth ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

21. Husayn ibn al-Harith ibn al-Muttalib al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

22. Hamza ibn al-Humayyir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

23. Hamza ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Kha’

1. Kharijah ibn al-Humayr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Kharijah ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Khalid ibn al-Bukayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Khalid ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Khabbab ibn al-Aratt al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Khabbab mawla ‘Utba al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Khubayb ibn Isaf al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Khubayb ibn ‘Ada al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Khidash ibn Qatadah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Khirash ibn as-Simmah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Khuraym ibn Fatik al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Khallad ibn Rafi’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Khallad ibn Suwayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Khallad ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. Khallad ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. Khulayd ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. Khalafa ibn ‘Ada al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. Khunays ibn Hudhafah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

19. Khawwat ibn Jubayr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. Khawla ibn Abi Khawla al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Dhal

 

1. Dhakwan ibn ‘Abdi Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Dhakwan ibn Sa’d al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Dhu’sh-shimalayn ibn ‘Abd ‘Amr ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ra

1. Rashid ibn al-Mu’alla al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Rafi’ ibn al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Rafi’ ibn al-Mu’alla ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Rafi’ ibn ‘Unjudah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Rafi’ ibn Malik al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Rafi’ ibn Yazeed al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Rib’a ibn Rafi’ al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Rabee’ ibn Iyas al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Rabee’ah ibn Aktham al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Rukhaylah ibn Tha’labah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Rifa’ah ibn al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Rifa’ah ibn Rafi’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Rifa’ah ibn ‘Abd al-Mundhir al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Rifa’ah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Za

1. Ziyad ibn as-Sakan al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Ziyad ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Ziyad ibn Labad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Zayd ibn Aslam al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Zayd ibn Harithah mawla Rasalillah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Zayd ibn al-Khattab al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Zayd ibn al-Muzayyin al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Zayd ibn al-Mu’alla al-Khazraji,Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Zayd ibn Wada’ah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Seen

1. Salim ibn ‘Umayr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Salim mawla Abi Hudhayfa al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. As-Sa’ib ibn ‘Uthman ibn Maz’an al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Sabrah ibn Fatik al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Subay’ ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Suraqa ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Suraqa ibn Ka’b al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Sa’d ibn Khawlah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Sa’d ibn Khaythama ash-Shahad al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Sa’d ibn ar-Raba’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Sa’d ibn Zayd al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Sa’d ibn Sa’d al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Sa’d ibn Suhayl al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Sa’d ibn ‘Ubada al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. Sa’d ibn ‘Ubayd al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. Sa’d ibn ‘Uthman al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. Sa’d ibn Mu’adh al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. Sa’d mawla Hatib Abi Balta’a al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

19. Sufyan ibn Bishr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. Salamah ibn Aslam al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

21. Salamah ibn Thabit al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

22. Salamah ibn Salamah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

23. Salat ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

24. Sulaym ibn al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

25. Sulaym ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

26. Sulaym ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

27. Sulaym ibn Milhan al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

28. Simak ibn Sa’d al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

29. Sinan ibn Sayfa al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

30. Sinan ibn Abi Sinan ibn Mihsan al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

31. Sahl ibn Hunayf al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

32. Sahl ibn Rafi’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

33. Sahl ibn ‘Atak al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

34. Sahl ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

35. Suhayl ibn Rafi’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

36. Suhayl ibn Wahb al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

37. Sawad ibn Razam al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

38. Sawad ibn Ghaziyyah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

39. Suwaybit ibn Sa’d ibn Harmalah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Sheen

1. Shuja’ ibn Wahb ibn Raba’ah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Sharak ibn Anas al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Shammas ibn ‘Uthman al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Sad

1. Sabah mawla Abi’l ‘as al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Safwan ibn Wahb ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Suhayb ibn Sinan ar-Rami al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Sayfiyy ibn Sawad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Dad

1. Dahhak ibn al-Harithah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Dahhak ibn ‘Abdi ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Damrah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ta’

1. Tufayl ibn al-Harith ibn al-Muttalib al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Tufayl ibn Malik al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Tufayl ibn an-Nu’man al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Tulayb ibn ‘Umayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Za’

1. Zuhayr ibn Rafi’ al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

‘Ayn

 

1. ‘asim ibn Thabit al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. ‘asim ibn ‘Ada al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. ‘asim ibn al-‘Ukayr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. ‘asim ibn Qays al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. ‘aqil ibn al-Bukayr ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. ‘amir ibn Umayyah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. ‘amir ibn al-Bukayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. ‘amir ibn Raba’ah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. ‘amir ibn Sa’d al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. ‘amir ibn Salamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. ‘amir ibn Fuhayrah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. ‘amir ibn Mukhallad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. ‘aidh ibn Ma’is al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. ‘Abbad ibn Bishr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. ‘Ubbad ibn al-Khashkhash al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. ‘Abbad ibn Qays ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. ‘Abbad ibn Qays ibn ‘Ayshah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. ‘Ubadah ibn as-Samit al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

19. ‘AbdAllah ibn Tha’labah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. ‘AbdAllah ibn Jubayr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

21. ‘AbdAllah ibn Jahsh al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

22. ‘AbdAllah ibn Jadd ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

23. ‘AbdAllah ibn al-Humayr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

24. ‘AbdAllah ibn ar-Raba’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

25. ‘AbdAllah ibn Rawaha al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

26. ‘AbdAllah ibn Zayd ibn Tha’labah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

27. ‘AbdAllah ibn Suraqa al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

28. ‘AbdAllah ibn Salamah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

29. ‘AbdAllah ibn Sahl al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

30. ‘AbdAllah ibn Suhayl ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

31. ‘AbdAllah ibn Sharak al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

32. ‘AbdAllah ibn Tariq al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

33. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

34. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Abdillah ibn Ubay ibn Salal al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

35. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Abdi Manaf ibn an-Nu’man al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

36. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Abs al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

37. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Urfutah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

38. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

39. ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Umayr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

40. ‘AbdAllah ibn Qays ibn Khaldah ibn Khalid al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

41. ‘AbdAllah ibn Qays ibn Sakhr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

42. ‘AbdAllah ibn Ka’b al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

43. ‘AbdAllah ibn Makhramah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

44. ‘AbdAllah ibn Mas’ad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

45. ‘AbdAllah ibn Maz’an al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

46. ‘AbdAllah ibn an-Nu’man al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

47. ‘Abdu’rRahman ibn Jabr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

48. ‘Abdu Rabbihi ibn Haqq al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhi

49. ‘Abs ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

50. ‘Ubayd ibn Aws al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

51. ‘Ubayd ibn at-Tayyihan al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

52. ‘Ubayd ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

53. ‘Ubayd ibn Abi ‘Ubayd al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

54. ‘Ubaydah ibn al-Harith ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

55. ‘Itban ibn Malik al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

56. ‘Utbah ibn Raba’ah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

57. ‘Utbah ibn ‘Abdillah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

58. ‘Utbah ibn Ghazwan al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

59. ‘Uthman ibn Maz’an al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

60. al-‘Ajlan ibn an-Nu’man al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

61. ‘Adiyy ibn Abi az-Zaghba’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

62. ‘Ismah ibn al-Husayn al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

63. ‘Usaymah halaf min Ashja’ al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

64. ‘Atiyya ibn Nuwayrah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

65. ‘Uqbah ibn ‘amir ibn Naba al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

66. ‘Uqbah ibn ‘Uthman al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

67. ‘Uqbah ibn Wahb ibn Khaldah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

68. ‘Uqbah ibn Wahb ibn Raba’ah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

69. ‘Ukkasha ibn Mihsan al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

70. ‘Ammar ibn Yasir al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

71. ‘Umarah ibn Hazm al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

72. ‘Umarah ibn Ziyad al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

73. ‘Amr ibn Iyas al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

74. ‘Amr ibn Tha’labah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

75. ‘Amr ibn al-Jamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

76. ‘Amr ibn al-Harith ibn Zuhayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

77. ‘Amr ibn al-Harith ibn Tha’laba al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

78. ‘Amr ibn Suraqa al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

79. ‘Amr ibn Abi Sarh al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

80. ‘Amr ibn Talq al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

81. ‘Amr ibn ‘Awf al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

82. ‘Amr ibn Qays ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

83. ‘Amr ibn Mu’adh al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

84. ‘Amr ibn Ma’bad al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

85. ‘Umayr ibn Haram ibn al-Jamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

86. ‘Umayr ibn al-Humam ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

87. ‘Umayr ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

88. ‘Umayr ibn Abi Waqqas ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

89. ‘Antarah mawla Sulaym ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

90. ‘Awf ibn al-Harith ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

91. ‘Uwaym ibn Sa’idah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

92. ‘Iyad ibn Zuhayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ghayn

1. Ghannam ibn Aws al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu.

Fa’

1. Fakih ibn Bishr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Farwah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Qaf

 

1. Qatadah ibn an-Nu’man al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Qudamah ibn Maz’an al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Qutbah ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Qays ibn as-Sakan al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Qays ibn ‘Amr ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Qays ibn Mihsan al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Qays ibn Mukhallad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Kaaf

1. Ka’b ibn Jammaz al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Ka’b ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Laam

1. Libdah ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Meem

1. Malik ibn ad-Dukhshum al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Malik ibn Raba’ah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Malik ibn Rifa’ah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Malik ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Malik ibn Qudama ibn ‘Arfajah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Malik ibn Mas’ad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Malik ibn Numaylah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Malik ibn Abi Khawla al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Mubash-shir ibn ‘Abdi’l Mundhir ash-Shahad al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. al-Mujadhdhar ibn Ziyad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Muhriz ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Muhriz ibn Nadlah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Muhammad ibn Maslamah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Midlaj ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. Murarah ibn ar-Raba’ al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. Marthad ibn Abi Marthad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. Mistah ibn Uthatha al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. Mas’ad ibn Aws al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

19. Mas’ad ibn Khaldah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. Mas’ad ibn Raba’ah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

21. Mas’ad ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

22. Mas’ad ibn Sa’d ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

23. Mas’ad ibn ‘Abdi Sa’d ibn ‘amir al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

24. Mus’ab ibn ‘Umayr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

25. Muzahhir ibn Rafi’ al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

26. Mu’adh ibn Jabal al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

27. Mu’adh ibn al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

28. Mu’adh ibn as-Simmah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

29. Mu’adh ibn ‘Amr bin al-Jamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

30. Mu’adh ibn Ma’is al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

31. Ma’bad ibn ‘Abbad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

32. Ma’bad ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

33. Mu’attib ibn ‘Ubayd al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

34. Mu’attib ibn ‘Awf al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

35. Mu’attib ibn Qushayr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

36. Ma’qil ibn al-Mundhir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

37. Ma’mar ibn al-Harith al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

38. Ma’n ibn ‘Adiyy al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

39. Ma’n ibn Yazeed al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

40. Mu’awwidh ibn al-Harith ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

41. Mu’awwidh ibn ‘Amr ibn al-Jamah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

42. al-Miqdad ibn ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

43. Mulayl ibn Wabrah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

44. al-Mundhir ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

45. al-Mundhir ibn Qudama ibn ‘Arfajah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

46. al-Mundhir ibn Muhammad al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

47. Mihja’ ibn Salih ash-Shahad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Noon

1. an-Nasr ibn al-Harith al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Nu’man ibn al-A’raj ibn Malik al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Nu’man ibn Sinan al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Nu’man ibn ‘Asr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Nu’man ibn ‘Amr ibn Rifa’ah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Nu’man ibn ‘Abdi ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Nu’man ibn Malik al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Nu’man ibn Abi Khazamah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Nu’ayman ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Nawfal ibn ‘Abdillah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ha’

1. Hana’ ibn Niyar al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Hubayl ibn Wabrah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Hilal ibn ‘Umayya al-Waqifa al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Hilal ibn al-Mu’alla al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Waw

1. Waqid ibn ‘Abdillah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Wada’ah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Waraqa ibn Iyas al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Wahb ibn Sa’d ibn Abi Sarh al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Ya’

1. Yazeed ibn al-Akhnas al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Yazeed ibn al-Harith ibn Fushum ash-Shahad al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Yazeed ibn Hiram al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Yazeed ibn Ruqaysh al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Yazeed ibn as-Sakan al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Yazeed ibn al-Mundhir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

Al-Kuniyah

1. Abu’l A’war, ibn al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

2. Abi Ayyab al-Ansara, Khalid ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

3. Abi Habbah, ibn ‘Amr ibn Thabit al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

4. Abi Habab, ibn Zayd al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

5. Abi Hudhayfa, Mihsham ibn ‘Utba al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

6. Abi Hasan, ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

7. Abu’l Hamra’ mawla al-Harith al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

8. Abi Hannah, ibn Malik al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

9. Abi Kharijah, ‘Amr ibn Qays ibn Malik al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

10. Abi Khuzaymah, ibn Aws al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

11. Abi Khallad, ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

12. Abi Dawad, ‘Umayr ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

13. Abi Dujanah, Simak ibn Kharashah al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

14. Abi Sabrah mawla Abi Ruhm al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

15. Abi Salamah, ‘AbdAllah ibn ‘Abd al-Asad al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

16. Abi Salat, Usayra ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

17. Abi Sinan, ibn Mihsan al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

18. Abi Shaykh, Ubayy ibn Thabit al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

19. Abi Sirmah, ibn Qays al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

20. Abi Dayyah, ibn Thabit al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

21. Abi Talha, Zayd ibn Sahl al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

22. Abi ‘Abs, ibn Jabr ibn ‘Amr al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

23. Abi ‘Aqal, ‘Abdu’rRahman ibn ‘Abdillah al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

24. Abi Qatadah, ibn Rib’iyy al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

25. Abi Qays, ibn al-Mu’alla al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

26. Abi Kabshah mawla Rasalillah al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

27. Abi Lubabah, Bashar ibn ‘Abd al-Mundhir al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

28. Abi Makhshiyy, Suwayd ibn Makhshiyy al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

29. Abi Marthad, Kannaz ibn Hisn al-Muhajiri, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

30. Abi Mas’ad al-Badra, ‘Uqbah ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

31. Abi Mulayl, ibn al-Az’ar al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

32. Abu’l Mundhir, ibn ‘amir al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

33. Abu’l Haytham, Malik at-Tayyihan al-Awsi, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu

34. Abu’l Yasar, Ka’b ibn ‘Amr al-Khazraji, Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu.

Shuhada (Muslim Martyrs of the Battle of Badr)

1. Haritha bin Suraqa al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

2. Dhush-shimaalayn ibn ‘Abdi ‘Amr al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

3. Rafi’ bin al-Mu’alla al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

4. Sa’d bin Khaythama al-Awsi, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

5. Safwan bin Wahb al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

6. ‘Aaqil bin al-Bukayr al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

7. ‘Ubayda bin al-Harith al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

8. ‘Umayr bin al-Humam al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

9. ‘Umayr bin Abi Waqqas al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

10. ‘Awf bin al-Harith al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

11. Mubashshir bin ‘Abdi’l Mundhir al-Awsi, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

12. Mu’awwidh bin al-Harith al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

13. Mihja’ bin Salih al-Muhajiri, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

14. Yazid bin al-Harith bin Fus.hum al-Khazraji, Rady Allahu ‘Anhu.

Wallahu Ta’ala Aa’lam (Allah knows best)

O Allah! O The Ever-Living, O the Self-Existing by Whom all subsist, O The Responder, O The Giver, O The Loving One, O The Reckoner, O The Knower of mysteries,O The Creator of night and day. I beg of you for the sake of Your Most Beautiful Namesand the mystery of the Glorious Qur’an, and for the sake of Your Chosen Prophet Muhammad, on him be the choicest blessings and complete peace, and for the sake of the noble warriors of the Battle of Badr, that You help the religion of Islam and fulfil all our needs. O The Most Merciful of those who show mercy… Aameen!!

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“May everyone who reads this ENTIRE NOTE accrue the merits from it and share the Khair in it by educating the ones who refute the practice of reciting Badr Moulid – May Almighty ALLAH  Grant us all Taufiq and Sakina – Instill in our Hearts much Ilham and Bestow us with much Ilm – Forgive our Sins and Guide us all on the Path of the Siddiqueen and Saliheen to adhere Faithfully in the Path of the Blessed Sunnah of Our Most Beloved Prophet -Sayyidunā RasūlAllāh (şallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam) – ALLAHuma Aameen Aameen ya Rabb’al Al’Ameen”

شكرا لك – بارك الله فيك

Shukran – BarakALLAHu Feek’um

Sister Fathima Rifkha

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