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Kitab at-Tabaqat : Vol III The Companions of Badr
Kitab at-Tabaqat : Vol III The Companions of Badr
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Details: Kitab at-Tabaqat al-Kabir : Volume III, The Companions of Badr ,
*[A5] Hardback - 541 pages,
Written by : Muhammad ibn Sa'd,
Translated into English by Aisha Bewley.




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The Kitab at-Tabaqat al-Kabir by Abu 'Abdullah Muhammad ibn Sa'd, may Allah have mercy upon him, is one of the most important and earliest surviving collections of biographical details of the early Muslims, spanning just over the first two centuries of Islam.


It is a rich storehouse of information compiled from all the sources available to Ibn Sa'd, as a result of which, the reader is given a vivid insight into the lives of the early Muslims and how extraordinary they were. The scope of Ibn Sa'd, may Allah have mercy upon him, covers the time of the Rashidun khalifs, the Umayyads and the 'Abbasids.


This third volume of the Tabaqat (Volume III) deals with the Companions who were present at the Battle of Badr and with the Leaders of the Ansar who participated in the Pledge of Aqaba.







Table of Contents :


---Introduction,

----Ibn Sa'd's Primary Sources :
-------1.Muhammad ibn Ishaq,
-------2. Abu Ma'shar Najih as-Sindhi al-Madani,
-------3. Musa ibn 'Uqba al-Asadi,
-------4. Muhammad ibn 'Umar ibn Waqid al-Waqidi,
-------5. 'Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn 'Umara al-Ansari.
----The Pledges of 'Aqaba,
----Brotherhood,
----Chronology of Early Events,
-------1. 622-623,
-------2. 623-624,
-------3. 624-625,
-------4. 625-626,
-------5. 626-627,
-------6. 627-628,
-------7. 628-629,
-------8. 629-630,
-------9. 630-631,
-------10. 631-632
-------11. 632-633,
-------12. 633-634,
-------13. 634-635,
-------14. 635-636,
-------15. 636-637.
-------16. 637-638,
-------17. 638-639,
-------18. 639-640,
-------19. 640,
-------20. 640-641,
-------21. 641-642,
-------23. 643-644,
-------24. 644-645,
-------35. 655-656,
-------36. 656-657,
-------37. 657-657,
-------40. 660-661,

---[1]. The Muhajirun who were present at the Battle of Badr,
------First Group: The Names of the Companions of the Messenger of Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, among the Muhajirun and Ansar and others and their sons and followers after them,
------First group of those who were present at Badr based on precedence in becoming Muslim.
---------Those from the Banu al-Muttalib ibn 'Abd Manaf ibn Qusayy,
---------From the Banu 'Abd Shams ibn 'Abd Manaf ibn Qusayy,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Abd Shams of the Banu Ghanm ibn Dudan ibn Asad,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Abd Shams from Sulaym ibn Mansur,
---------From the allies of the Banu Nawfal ibn 'Abd Manaf ibn Qusayy,
---------From the Banu Asad ibn 'Abd al-'Uzza ibn Qusayy,
---------From the allies of the Banu Asad ibn 'Abd al-'Uzza ibn Qusayy,
---------Among the Banu 'Abd ad-Dar ibn Qusayy,
---------From the Banu 'Abd ibn Qusayy ibn Kilab
---------From the Banu Zuhra ibn Kilab ibn Murra,
---------From the allies of the Banu Kilab ibn Kilab from the tribes,
---------From the Banu Taym ibn Murra ibn Ka'b,
---------From the Banu Makhzum ibn Yaqaza ibn Murra ibn Ka'b,
---------From the allies of the Banu Makhzum,
---------From the Banu 'Adi ibn Ka'b ibn Lu'ayy,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Adi ibn Ka'b and their clients,
---------From the Banu Sahm ibn 'Amr ibn Husays ibn Ka'b ibn Lu'ayy,
---------From the Banu Jumah ibn 'Amr ibn Husays ibn Ka'b ibn Lu'ayy,
---------From the Banu 'Amr ibn Lu'ayy,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Amr ibn Lu'ayy from the people of Yemen,
---------From the Banu Fihr ibn Malik ibn an-Nadr ibn Kinana.

---[2]. The Ansar who were present at Badr,
------The first rank of the Ansar,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Abd al-Ashhal ibn Jusham,
---------From the Banu Haritha ibn al-Harith ibn al-Khazraj ibn 'Amr,
---------From the allies of the Banu Haritha,
---------From the Banu Zafar,
---------From the allies of the Banu Zafar,
---------From the Banu 'Amr ibn Awf ibn Malik ibn Aws,
---------From the Banu Dubay'a ibn Zayd ibn Malik ibn 'Awf ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the Banu 'Ubayd ibn Zayd ibn Malik ibn 'Awf ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the Banu al-Ajlan ibn Haritha,
---------From the Banu Mu'awiya ibn Malik ibn 'Awf ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the allies of the Banu Mu'awiya ibn Malik,
---------From the Banu Hanash ibn 'Awf ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the Banu Jahjaba ibn Kulfa ibn 'Awf ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the Banu Unayf ibn Jusham ibn 'A'idh-Allah of Baliyy,
---------From the Banu Tha'alab ibn 'Amr ibn 'Awf,
---------From the Banu Ghanm ibn as-Salm ibn 'Imru' al-Qays,
---------Those of Khazraj present at Badr, then of Banu an-Najjar,
---------Those present at Badr of the Banu an-Najjar,
---------The allies of the Banu Ghanm ibn Malik ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu 'Amr ibn Malik ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu Mughala who are from the Banu 'Amr ibn Malik ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu Mabdhul, who is 'Amr ibn Malik ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu 'Adi ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Adi ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu Mazin ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the allies of the Banu Mazin ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu Dinar ibn an-Najjar,
---------From the Banu al-Harith ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Jusham and Zayd, the sons of al-Harith ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Jidara ibn 'Awf ibn al-Harith ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu al-Abjar,
---------From the allies of the Banu al-Harith ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu 'Awf ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the allies of the Banu Salim al-Hubla ibn Ghanm,
---------From the al-Qawaqila,
---------From the allies of the Qawaqila of the Banu Ghudayna,
---------From the Banu Sa'ida ibn Ka'b ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Jusham ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the allies of the Banu Haram ibn Ka'b,
---------From the Banu 'Ubayd ibn 'Adi ibn Ghanm ibn Ka'b ibn Salama,
---------From the allies of the Banu 'Ubayd and their allies,
---------From the Banu Sawad ibn Ghanm ibn Ka'b ibn Salama,
---------From the clients of the Banu Sawaf ibn Ghanm,
---------From the rest of the Banu Salama,
---------From the Banu Zuraq ibn 'Amr ibn Zurayq ibn 'Abd ibn Haritha ibn Malik ibn Ghadb ibn Jusham ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Bayada ibn 'Amr ibn Zurayq ibn 'Abd Haritha ibn Malik ibn Ghadb ibn Jusham ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Habib ibn 'Abd Haritha ibn Malik ibn Ghadb ibn Jusham ibn al-Khazraj.

---[3]. The Twelve Leaders of the Ansar whom the Messeenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, chose on the night of 'Aqaba at Mina,
---------The names, lineage, attributes and death of the Leaders,
---------From the Banu Ghanm ibn as-Salm ibn Imru' al-Qays ibn Malik ibn Aws,
---------Nine from Khazraj,
---------Two men from the Balharith ibn al-Khazraj,
---------From the Banu Sa'ida ibn Ka'b ibn al-Khazraj,
---------Two men from Banu Salam ibn Sa'd ibn 'Ali ibn Asad ibn Sarida ibn Tazid ibn Jusham ibn al-Khazraj,
---------One man from al-Qawaqila,
---------One man from Banu Zurayd ibn 'Amir.

---[4]. Concerning Kulthum ibn al-Hidm al-'Amri and a number of those they related were present at Badr but are not confirmed.


---Glossary,
---Appendix : Brotherhood Chart,
------Companion : Muhajir Brother : Ansar Brother,
---Index.






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