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Great Muslims who Changed History



This is NOT a complete list of all Great Muslims



Most of the Sources in this section disappeared !!!!!!!!



Companion of the Prophet, and their age when they accepted Islam: Ali Ibn Abi Taleb (10 years old), Talhah ibn Ubaydullah (14 years old), Said ibn Zayd (15 years Old), Sad ibn Abi Waqqas (17 years old), Umar Ibn Al Khattab (26 years old) Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf (30 years), Othman Ibn Affan (34 years old), Abu Bakr (37 years old)




The Greatest Battle In Islamic History - Battle of Badr



Most of the companions of the Prophet were Youth



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Abd ar-Rahman I, Arabic: (عبد الرحمن الداخل), (known as the "Falcon of Andalus" or "The Falcon of the Quraish

Abdullah ibn Abbas, He was the first to read the Quran publicly

Abdullah ibn Jahsh Allah blessed him with martyrdom

Abdullah ibn Masud The first Muslim to recite the Quran openly in Kabah in front of Quraysh

Abdullah ibn Umar The Good One, son of the Good One

Abdullah ibn Umm Maktum The blind who carried and protected the standard of the Muslims

Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf One of the ten companions whom the Prophet promised Paradise

Abu Ayyub al-Ansari The Prophet stayed in his house in Madinah after Hijrah

Al-Imam Abu Haneefah An-Nu'man One of the renowned scholars of the four basic schools of Fiqh in Islam

Abu Hurayrah The foremost name in the roll of hadith transmitters

Abu Musa al-Ashari Faqih, who has indeed been given one of the flutes of the people of David

Abu Ubaydah ibn al-Jarrah Amin or Custodian of Muhammad's community

Adiyy ibn Hatim Son of the famous Hatim at-Taai who was known far and wide for his chivalry and fabulous generosity.

Imaam Ahmad ibn Hanbal One of the renowned scholars of the four basic schools of Fiqh in Islam

al-Hasan al-Basree "whenever each day passes then part of you has gone"

Alija Izetbegovic President of Bosnia "Our goal: the Islamization of Muslims. Our methods: to believe and to struggle."

Asmaa bint Abu Bakr Dhat an-Nitaqayn (the One with the Two Waistbands)

Barakah the young Abyssinian girl. When Muhammad was born, Barakah was the first to hold him in her arms

Bilal Ibn Rabah The muathin (the caller to salah) during the time of the Prophet

El-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (Malcolm X) The bold, articulate and charismatic speaker and was a good example of Muslims

Habib ibn Zayd al-Ansari His final words to Musaylamah, the liar "I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of God."

Hasan Al-Banna, started Muslim Brotherhood at the age of 21 years

Hudhayfah ibn al-Yaman There was nothing in the world that he despised more than hypocrisy.

Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah A great hero of Islam and a revivalist of the faith

Jafar ibn Abi Talib A noble speaker for Islam in Abyssinia, and a martyr in the battle of Mutah with Byzantine forces

Khabbab ibn al-Aratt He once visited Umar during his caliphate. Umar stood up for him

Imaam Maalik ibn Anas One of the renowned scholars of the four basic schools of Fiqh in Islam

Mehmed the Conqueror For Mehmed II his ghazi goal was obvious - Constantinople.

Mohammad Bin Qasim-Al-Thaqafi, a 17 year-old Arab general from Basra (Iraq), conquered the Indian Subcontinent.

Muhammad Al-Ghazaly - The Man of Da`wah Being a caller to Islam was in his blood

Muadh ibn Jabal Imam Ulamaa on the day of Judgment. The Prophet told him "By Allah, I love you"

Imaam Muhammad ibn Idriss ash-Shafiee One of the renowned scholars of the four basic schools of Fiqh in Islam

Muhammad ibn Maslamah A giant in body and a giant in deeds. Best of Ansar youth in Jihad and sacrifice

Musab ibn Umayr The prophet's "ambassador" to Yathrib to teach Islam to a small group of believers.

The Rightly Guided Caliphs. The role Model for Every Muslim Leader???????

Rumaysa bint Milhan, first women of Yathrib to accept Islam

Saad ibn Abi Waqqas One of the ten companions whom the Prophet promised Paradise, Hero of Qadisiyyah.

Said ibn Zayd One of the ten companions whom the Prophet promised Paradise

Salman al-Farsi At the battle of Khandaq, he proved to be an innovator in military strategy.

Sayyid Qutb One of the two most influential Muslim thinkers of the twentieth century. He was smiling when he was executed by Nasser.

Suhayl ibn Amr "I shall be a Murabit in the path of God till I die and I shall not return to Makkah."

Sultan Mahmood Ghaznawi, 'Where is Mahmood who destroyed the idol'

Syed Abul Ala Maududi One of the two most influential Muslim thinkers of the twentieth century.

Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi, the Founder Members of the Rabita at-Alam-al-Islami, Makka

Talhah ibn Ubaydullah, The living martyr who accepted Islam when he was 14 years old.

Thabit ibn Qays The Prophet said "you will be among the people of Paradise."

Ubayy ibn Kab "O Ubayy ibn Kab! I have been commanded to show or lay open the Quran to you."

Umar Bin AbdelAziz, The Fifth Rightly Guided Caliph

Umm Umara: The Prophet's Shield at Uhud

Utbah ibn Ghazwan The founder of Basrah, and its first great masjid.

Women Around The Messenger, Muhammad 'Ali Qutb. Translated by. 'Abdur- Rafi' Adewale Imam

Zayd ibn Thabit Collector of the Quranic material from from parchments, scapula, leafstalks of date palms and from the memories of men



Hundred Great Muslims, By Khwaja Jamil Ahmad,



Great Leaders; Great Women,Religious Teachers;Sufis & Saints; Thinkers & Scientists; Poets & Writers; Artists & Musicians; Reformers, Revolutionaries & Patriots; Rulers, Statesmen & Administrators; Soldiers, Generals & Conquerors; Historians