Jumat, 24 November 2023

Biografi Ahli Hadits Abu Sa’id Al-Khudri Radhiyallahu ‘anhu.

Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri is the seventh person who narrated a lot of hadiths from the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him. Has narrated 1,170 hadiths.

People once asked him to let them write down the hadith they had heard from him. He answered, "Don't ever write it down and don't use it as reading material, but memorize it as I memorized it."

Abi Sa'id is better known by his real name Sa'ad bin Malik bin Sinan. His father Malik bin Sinan was martyred in the battle of Uhud, He is a Khudri whose lineage is connected with Khudrah bin Auf al-Harits bin al-Khazraj who is known by the nickname "Abjar".

When the battle of Uhud broke out, his father (Malik) took him to the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, and asked that his son be included in the war. At that time Jabir was still 13 years old, but his father praised his son's body strength: "He is big-boned, O Messenger of Allah" but, the Messenger of Allah still thought he was still small and told him to take him home.

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri was one of the companions who pledged allegiance to the Prophet sallallaahu alaihi wassalam, they vowed not to be shaken by people's insults in fighting for the religion of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, they were members of the Abu Dzarr al-Ghifari group , Sahl bin Sa'ad, Ubaidah bin ash Shamit and Muhammad bin Muslimah.

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri was with Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihi wassalam in the war of Bani Musthaliq, the war of Khandaq and the war after it, in total he participated in 12 wars.

His history from other friends is numerous, but the most famous sources are his own father Malik bin Sinan, his brother Qatadah bin an-Nu'man, Abu Bakan, Umar, Utsman, Ali, Abu Musa al-Asy'ari, Zaid bin Thabit and Abdullah bin Salam.

While the people who narrated the hadith from him were his own son Aburahman, his wife Zainab bin Ka'ab bin Ajrad, Abdullah bin Umar, Abdullah bin Abbas, Abu Thufail, Nafi' and Ikramah.

Abu Sa'id took his son Abdurahman to Baqi's burial ground, and ordered that he be buried at a distance from that place. He said: "O my son, when I die later, bury me there, Don't you make a tent for, don't you accompany my corpse with fire, Don't you cry for me with wailing, and don't tell anyone about me".

Then he died in the year 74 H

Copied from Abu Sa'id's biography in Tahdzib at Tahdzib 3/49

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