Excellence of the NOBLE FAMILY and the COMPANIONS of NABI (SAW) - ABU HURAIRAH (RA)
The Family and the Companions of Nabi (SAW) are all worthy of love and reverence. Hazrat Abu Hurairah RA was a great Sahabi from amongst the Ashab us-Suffa. He remained day and night in the company of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW), and narrated 5374 Ahadith. Through a miracle of Nabi (SAW) Allah SWT granted him a photographic memory which allowed him to memorise Hadith in an amazing manner. The title ‘Abu Hurairah’ – ‘father of the kitten’, was lovingly given to him by Nabi-e-Kareem. Nabi (SAW) gave Hazrat Abu Huraira RA and his mother the beautiful dua, “O Allah, make this servant of Yours, (Abu Hurairah) and his mother, beloved to the hearts of the Believers, and make the Believers beloved to their hearts”. Therefore love for Hazrat Abu Huraira is a sign of Iman! A number of Mujizas (miracles) of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) were manifested in the life of Hazrat Abu Huraira RA, including the singular glass of milk which satiated all the Companions of Ashab us-Suffa without diminishing, and the Barakah of a bag of dates which continued until it was lost at the time of the martyrdom Hazrat Uthman RA! Hazrat Abu Hurairah RA had such love for Ibadah that he would engage in excessive Nafl Salaah and Zikrullah. He recited 12000 Istighfaar, and 2000 ‘Subhanallah’ daily! Unfortunately, some deviated groupings have made Hazrat Abu Hurairah RA the target of spurious allegations, in an attempt to weaken the foundation of Islam. However, Allah SWT sent the sword of Haqq (truth) against these enemies in the form of the Ulama of the Ummah; such as the great Scholar Abd’allah al-Nasir who in his book ‘Al Burhan’ completely demolishes every allegation against Hazrat Abu Hurairah RA. It is the duty of the Ummah to defend the Sahabah, as to defend them is to defend Rasulullah (SAW), the Sunnah, the Quran and Islam!
Duration Qiraat - Hfz M Randeree: 00:02
Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil: 00:07
Duration Main: 00:59
Duration Dua: 00:02
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