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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 4848-4851


Dr Zahida Shabnum, Dr. Saima Farooq, Dr. Atiq Amjad, Fakiha Naeem.

ALLAH had granted Hazrat Muhammad SAAW best companions, martyrs, faithful and sincere followers in intellectual, social and spiritual moment who proved themselves capable of the membership of that great movement and the honour of the Prophet’s SAAW companionship. The female companions of the Prophet SAAW were also completely involved in that spiritual, intellectual and physical struggle of the male companions. The female companions of the prophet (SAAW) were also completely involved in that spiritual, intellectual and physical struggle of male companions. Hence, they too descries the same honour and respect that is shown by the Muslims for the male companions of the prophet SAAW Rubayye’ebint-e-Muawwiz is also one of those sahabiyaat RA (female companions of the prophet SAAW. The role of her family in defense of the prophet SAAW and fighting his enemies is exemplary.She narrates twenty one hadith(s) from the Holy Prophet SAAW. In this article a research study has been made regarding the life history of HazratRubayyee, and her significant characteristics.

Key words: companionship, Ansar,battle of Badar, Rubayye’ebint-e-Muawaz, Aashooraa

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