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On the 17th Ramadan we commemorate the Battle of Badr, which took place on that day in the second year of the Hijrah. Allah describes it as the Day of Discrimination, the Day of the meeting of the two forces.

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.

 

Sayyidi al-Habib Umar bin Hafiz (may Allah preserve him) marks the event by completing the Qur’an in Tarawih on the eve of the 17th, after which there are big celebrations in Dar al-Mustafa attended by thousands. The rest of the night is spent in prayer, remembrance and supplication, since prayers are answered when the Qur’an is completed. On the following day at `Asr the poem Jaliat al-Kadr is read, in which the names of all the Companions that attended the Battle are mentioned.

The following is a summary of a recent khutbah in which Habib Umar summarised some of the lessons of Badr: (Jum`a Khutbah, Masjid al-Rawdah, Tarim 12th Ramadan 1432, 12th August 2011)

 

He began by praising Allah and sending blessings upon the Messenger of Allah. He then enjoined people to have taqwa, attaining which is one of the aims of fasting and the wisdom behind Allah making it compulsory upon us.

The realities of taqwa which the Imam of the People of Taqwa (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) and his Noble Companions possessed were made manifest in days such as these in the second year of the Hijra. In Sha`ban of that year both fasting and Zakat were made compulsory. The Prophet and his Companions then began fasting Ramadan in intense heat. On a day similar to this all those years ago your Prophet left his family and home and went out to Badr with around 313 of his Companions. Why did he go out? To give victory to the religion of Allah and to convey the message of his Lord. In spite of the heat and the difficulty of the journey he continued fasting on some days but he also broke his fast on other days.

 

On the expedition he shared a camel with Sayyiduna `Ali and Sayyiduna Mirtha bin Abi Mirtha and they each took it in turns to ride while the other two walked. They said to him: “O Messenger of Allah, you ride and we’ll walk.”

He replied (may Allah bless him and grant him peace): “Neither are you stronger walkers than me, nor am I in less need of the reward than you.”

 

Here he taught us several lessons. He taught us a lesson in sacrifice and in negation of pride and satisfaction with one’s actions. He displayed his need for the reward of Allah, in spite of the fact that even if he had ridden and let them walk he would have received the reward for their actions because he was the one that guided them to Allah. O believer, this is the Best of Creation saying: “nor am I in less need of the reward than you.” Do you think you are not in need of the reward of Allah such that you leave prayers which you are able to perform or gatherings of remembrance which you are able to attend? You are in need of the reward of every action in Ramadan specifically and in the rest of your life so expend your efforts – try to reflect upon the Qur’an and to attend the gatherings of remembrance. It was the custom of the early Muslims to hold gatherings after praying Tarawih and Witr in which the attributes and etiquettes of the Chosen One were mentioned.

 

None of the Companions that went out expected to go into battle with Quraysh but Allah wished to ennoble those great people. The Angel Jibril later asked the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) how he and his Companions regarded the people of Badr. He replied “They are the best of us.” Jibril said: “Likewise we regard the people of the heavens that attended Badr as being the best of us.” They attained this rank because they gave victory to the best of people in the sight of Allah.

 

People naturally tend to choose that which is easier for their souls to bear but beyond that easier choice there may be something greater awaiting. If Allah then decrees something which is harder for the soul to bear the believer gains felicity by being content with the decree of Allah in the knowledge that this is better for him. Sayyiduna `Ali said: “If the veil were to be removed you would only choose what has already been decreed.”

 

Allah promised you one of the two groups that it should be yours. You wished that the unarmed group should be yours, but Allah willed to establish the truth according to His words, and to cut off the roots of the disbelievers. (Al-Anfal 8.7 What is meant by the “two groups” is the caravan led by Abu Sufayn, which the Muslims had originally set out to intercept, and the army which Quraysh sent out from Mecca. The Muslims naturally did not wish to come up against a fully equipped army.)

 

The Companions succeeded because of they had the love of Allah and His Messenger in their hearts. Twelve nights of Ramadan have passed and you have not yet understood this concept. Ramadan has only come so that you can be elevated. This love is the foundation of victory and of honouring one’s covenant with Allah. We witness this in the words of the Companions on the approach to Badr. The Messenger of Allah wished to hear their opinions after it had become clear what they were confronting.

Sayyiduna al-Miqdad bin al-Aswad said:  “By Allah we will not say what the Children of Isra`il said to Musa: Go, you and your Lord and fight, while we sit here!  (Al-Ma’idah 5.24)    Rather we say: Go, you and your Lord and fight, and we are with you fighting alongside you!”

 

Sayyiduna Sa`d bin Mu`adh said: “We believe in you and bear witness that your message is the truth. Go forth to perform what Allah has commanded. Perhaps you wished something and Allah willed something else. Make war with whoever you wish and make peace with whoever you wish and we are behind you. Take from our wealth what you wish and leave what you wish, and what you take is more beloved to us than that which you leave. By Allah, if you took us to the sea and then plunged into it, we would follow you. You have left behind people (in Medina). Our love for you is not more intense than their love.” They knew that love of Allah and His Messenger was the foundation of their defence of truth and guidance. “Had they known that there would be fighting not a single man would have stayed behind... perhaps Allah will show you in us that which is a joy to your eye, O Messenger of Allah.”

 

When the Prophet heard this his face lit up like a piece of the moon. He said: “Go forth with good tidings for Allah has promised me one of the two groups – either the caravan or the army. It is as if I can see the exact places where Quraysh will fall.” He subsequently pointed out those exact places the day before the battle.

 

Look at the disparity between the two sides. The Muslims only had eight swords, two horses and seventy camels, each of which three people shared. The Quraysh, on the other hand, had hundreds of swords and spears, two hundred horses and they would slaughter nine or ten camels a day for food not to mention the camels that were being used to carry the army. The Quraysh approached arrogantly boasting about how they would defeat the Muslims. This is characteristic of the people of opposition to Allah, and those heedless of Him. The Muslims, however, approached in a state of humility and fear of their Lord and Allah duly raised them. Allah describes those that He loves as being humble and compassionate in their dealings with the Believers, severe in their dealings with the rejecters. They strive for the sake of Allah and are unafraid of the reproaches of those that find fault. That is the bounty of Allah, which He bestows on whom He pleases. Allah encompasses all and knows all things. (Al-Ma’idah 5.24)

 

In the second khutbah, after praising Allah and sending blessings upon the Messenger of Allah, Habib `Umar once again enjoined people to have taqwa. He said if you clothe yourselves in taqwa you will attain the secrets of fasting, the illumination of the night prayer and the reality of the transaction with Allah.

 

With true love for Allah and His Messenger you will be able fulfil the commandments of Allah and gain victory over your lower selves, over your desires and caprice, over this deceptive worldly life and over those who disbelieve from the devils of mankind and jinn.

 

Among the Companions were youths, some of them only fifteen or seventeen years old. One of those was Sayyiduna Harithah, who was one of the fourteen Companions martyred at Badr. His mother came to the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) upon his return to Medina. She asked him: “Where is my son? If he is in the Garden I will be content but if not you will see how I behave!”

The Messenger of Allah said to her: “Umm Haritha, do not be foolish – it is not one garden, but many, and your son has entered the highest garden of Firdaus!”

 

O people who are planning for the future, is there any future greater than this?

 

Let us make firm the foundation of love so that we follow the path of those Companions, may Allah be well pleased with them.

 

O Allah we love them for Your sake so show us their faces on the Day of Judgement and in Paradise.

 

Let there be nothing in our houses which displeases Your Prophet Muhammad, whether it be on our screens or in our behaviour. Help us to give this month its due and enable us to follow the Chosen One, honouring the covenant between us and You.

 

Invoke abundant blessings upon him because this is what will bring you close to him on that day. As he said: “The closest people to me on the Day of Judgement are the ones who invoke the most blessings upon me.”

 

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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