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    Khuzaima ibn Thabit

    Khuzaima ibn Thabit Dhu'sh-Shahadatain al-Ansari (Arabic: خزيمة بن ثابت ذو الشهادتين الأنصاري) was one of the companions of Muhammad.

    Contents

    • 1 Biography

    o 1.1 610 – 632: Muhammad's era
    o 1.2 632 – 634: Abu Bakr's era
    o 1.3 634 – 644: Umar's era
    o 1.4 644 – 656: Uthman's era
    o 1.5 656 – 661: Ali's era
    o 1.6 661 – 680: Muawiyah's era
    • 2 See also
    • 3 References

    Biography

    610 – 632: Muhammad's era

    He was an Ansar [1].

    In the Itqan, Al-Suyuti discussed the number of witnesses and quoted the following from Ibn Ashta's Kitab al-Masahif:

    A narration reports:

    “ The people would come to Zaid ibn Thabit and he would only write a verse from two upright witnesses. Even though the end of Sura al-Baraa was not found except with Khuzaima ibn Thabit, he said: Write it, for God's messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, made his testimony as the testimony of two men. So it was written, even though Umar brought the verse of stoning and it was not written because he was alone [2].


    He is among those on whose authority the Hadith of the pond of Khumm was reported [3].

    632 – 634: Abu Bakr's era

    He was among those who initially refused to give allegiance to Abu Bakr.[3][4]

    656 – 661: Ali's era

    He was a general under Ali's command during the Battle of the Camel, riding in the head of 1000 Ansar cavaliers [5].

    661 – 680: Muawiyah's era

    He became martyred in the Battle of Siffin, fighting on the side of Ali [1].

    See also

    • Thabit (name)

    References

    1. ^ a b A Restatement of the History of Islam and Muslims on al-islam.org [1]
    2. ^ Ibn Ashta in Al-Suyuti vol. 1,58 [2]
    3. ^ a b Tarikh al-Yaqubi, as quoted in Peshawar Nights on al-islam.org [3]. Also, a list composed of sources such as Ibn Hajar Asqalani and Baladhuri, both in his Ta'rikh, Muhammad Bin Khawind Shah in his Rauzatu's-Safa, Ibn Abdu'l-Birr in his Isti'ab
    4. ^ A Shi'i-Sunni dialogue on al-islam.org [4]
    5. ^ A Restatement of the History of Islam and Muslims on al-islam.org
    6. [5] ================================================== =

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    BY

    Muhammed A. Hafeez, B.COM.
    Email: [email protected]
    Hyderabad-36,
    INDIA.,

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    Last edited by HAFEEZANWAR; 10-08-07, 09:29 AM. Reason: LINE SPACING

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    Re: Khuzaima ibn Thabit

    I see most of the references are from a shia dajjal site

    could you get better references??
    there are many ahl assunnah books and websites to get info from about out beloved sahabah, why take from a group of people who curse and call sahabah hypocrites and kafirs?
    For Fatwas: Islam Q&A

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      Re: Khuzaima ibn Thabit

      Asslam Alaikum

      Thanks For Your Kind Comments For Which I Highly Obliged To You. Even Though Some References Are Shown From Shia Sites But No Matter Is Taken From Them And Only Sunny View Is Mentioned.

      In Future I Will Take Care In This Matter.

      Kindly Read My Translated Article Imam Abu Hanifa.

      Muhammed A. Hafeez
      B.com.
      Hyderabad
      India

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