The accused were brought back and handed over to Muhammad. He had their hands and feet cut off and their eyes gouged out with hot iron, in recompense for their behaviour, and then they were thrown on the stony ground until they died. Please improve this section by adding secondary or tertiary sources.
So he was born in the house of the Prophet, and his father's master was one of the famous scribes who recorded Divine revelation for the unlettered Prophet. He lived in Madinah where he was liberated from slavery.
Al-Hasan was brought up in Wadi Al Qura. Another report says that Ummul Hasan was captured and taken prisoner of war when she was pregnant.
She gave birth to al-Hasan in Madinah. What is sure, however, is that al-Hasan was the son of two ex-slaves. Al-Hasan used to cry in his mother's absence; so Umm Salama would breast-feed him for some time.
She would also bring him out to the Companions of the Prophet while he was still young.
They would pray for him. Once Umar Ibn Al-Khattab said: Make him well-versed in religion and make people love him.
A beautiful tradition reported by al-Hasan al-Basree on the authority of Anas Ibn Malek is the following. When the number of people increased in the Masjid he said: When the Prophet stood up to give the sermon on Friday the said piece of wood moaned as if it expressed its feeling of missing the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him.
It continued to moan until the Prophet descended to it and embraced it. Then it was silent.
O slaves of God! A piece of wood misses the Messenger of God! It is you who should do so. It may sound strange how can a piece of wood moan and feel sorry and miss the absence of the Prophet.
Al-Hasan Al-Basree, the leader of the disciples of the Companions of the Prophet was, in fact, the son of Yasar the slave of Zayd Ibn Thabet Al Ansari. His mother Ummul-Hasan was a slave woman of Umm Salamah, the wife of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Ibn al-Jawzi wrote a page book on his life and manners entitled Adab al-Shaykh al-Hasan ibn Abi al-Hasan al-Basri. In his chapter on al-Hasan in Sifat al-safwa, he mentions a report that al-Hasan left behind a white cloak (jubba) made of wool which he had worn exclusively of any other for the past twenty years, winter and summer, and that. Rulers Index Aa-Ag Aalto, Arvo (Aulis) (b. July 13, , Rovaniemi, northern Finland), Finnish politician. He was minister of labour in and chairman of the Finnish Communist Party from May to May
First of all there are other authentic traditions that confirm this incident. As Muslims we believe that everything in this world glorifies the praises of God.
Trees and stones used to greet the Messenger of God, which is one of his minor miracles. Rabeeah Ibn Kulthoom quotes al-Hasan al-Basree as saying: To take a shower every Friday, to finish my prayers nightly with one final prostration and to fast three days of every month.
He was also one of the bravest men. No one looks like him except a prophet. That is why Ibn Burda says: Anas Ibn Malek says: I said to Al Ashaath: I remained a student of al-Hasan for ten years during which I always heard something new. Once al-Hasan described the effect of the Quran on the believer.Draskovic, Vuk (b.
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He was minister of labour in and chairman of the Finnish Communist Party from May to May Abū Saʿīd b. Abi ’l-Ḥasan Yasār al-Baṣrī, often referred to as Ḥasan of Basra (Arabic: حسن البصري, Ḥasan al-Baṣrī; - 15 October ) for short, or reverentially as Imam Ḥasan al-Baṣrī in Sunni Islam,  was an early Muslim preacher, ascetic, theologian, exegete, scholar, judge, and mystic.
Born in Medina in , Hasan belonged to the . Al-Hasan ibn Abi’l Hasan al-Basri was one of the most renowned tabi`een (the generation after the death of the Holy Prophet Muhammad ﷺ) and prominent figures of his time.
Al-Basri, a peerless scholar with vast knowledge was once asked, ‘What is the secret behind . Hasan of Basra Al-Hasan ibn Abi ‘l Hasan al-Basri was born at Medina in 21 (), the son of a slave captured in Maisan who afterwards became a client of the Prophet Mohammad(peace be upon him)'s secretary Zaid ibn Thabet.
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