Table of Contents
- 1 Do Sunnis believe in Abu Sufyan?
- 2 What is the real name of Abu Sufyan?
- 3 Who was the son of Abu Sufyan?
- 4 How Abu Sufyan die?
- 5 Which cousin of Holy Prophet was Mufassar e Quran?
- 6 Who was the first muezzin of Islam?
- 7 Who was the first Mufassir of Quran?
- 8 Who is the most knowledgeable person in Islam?
Do Sunnis believe in Abu Sufyan?
Sunni view him as an upright Sahabi, since they view all Sahaba as upright. The fact that Abu Sufyan fought for the Muslims and sacrificed his eyes in battle is held as further evidence for his uprightness. Sunnis hold that since Caliph Uthman led Abu Sufyan’s funeral prayer, he could not have been a hypocrite.
What is the real name of Abu Sufyan?
Sakhr ibn Harb
Abu Sufyan ibn Harb/Full name
Who was the son of Abu Sufyan?
Yazid ibn Abi SufyanUtbah ibn Abi Sufyan
Abu Sufyan ibn Harb/Sons
How Abu Sufyan die?
Abu Sufyan was present at the Battle of Yarmouk, which resulted in a decisive Muslim victory against the Byzantines in Syria. His advanced age at the time renders it unlikely that he actively participated in the battle. His son Yazid held a command role in the battle and later died in a plague in Palestine in 639.
Which cousin of Holy Prophet was Mufassar e Quran?
619– 687), also known simply as Ibn Abbas, was one of the cousins of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad and he is considered to be the greatest mufassir of Qur’an….Ibn Abbas.
|Abdullah ibn al-Abbas|
|Occupation||Expert in Tafsir, with interests in the Qur’an and Sunnah, Hadith and Tafsir during the Islamic golden age|
Who was the first muezzin of Islam?
Bilal ibn Rabah
The first muezzin was a former slave Bilal ibn Rabah, one of the most trusted and loyal Sahabah (companions) of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was born in Mecca and is considered to have been the first mu’azzin, chosen by Muhammad himself.
Who was the first Mufassir of Quran?
Abdullah Ibn Abbas The Best Mufassir of The Quran.
Who is the most knowledgeable person in Islam?
Current top ten
|1||5||Recep Tayyip Erdoğan|
|2||2||King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud|
|3||1||Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei|
|4||1||King Abdullah II of Jordan|