Abu Lubaba is a member of the Aws tribe from Madinah. In the second Aqaba Pledge, he was honored with Islam. Prophet (saw) appointed him representative to his tribe.
He participated in all the battles of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He showed great courage in Badr.
He stayed in Medina after the death of Muhammad (saw). He took part in the consultation committees of the caliphs as the representative of the Aws tribe.
Homeless and unmarried muhajirun (companions of Muhammad who migrated from Mecca) who did not have relatives in Medina, dwelt in al-Suffah where they were mainly learning the Quran and Sunnah.
Al-Ṣuffah was a shelter that was available at the rear side of Al-Masjid an-Nabawi during the Medina period of early Islam. It was initially available at the northeastern corner of the mosque and Muhammad (s.a.w) ordered it to be covered by palm leaves in order to provide shade, hence it was called Al-Suffah.
Bilal ibn Rabah was one of the most trusted and loyal Sahabah (companions) of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (saw). He was born in Mecca and is considered to have been the first mu'azzin, chosen by Muhammad (saw) himself.
Salman al-Farsi was the first Persian who converted to Islam. He is credited with the suggestion of digging a trench around Medina, a Sasanian military technique, when it was attacked by Mecca...