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20 Ramadhan 1437 A.H.- June 26, 2016 Issue # 26, Newsletter #1660

Hadith of the Week

Abu Hurayrah(Razi Allah Anha) relates that the PROPHET (pbuh) said...
[With thanks to Sis. Yasmin.]

"My Ummah were given Five {5} things for Ramadan which were not given to anyone except them!

  1. The smell from the mouth of a fasting person is sweeter to Allah than the fragrant smell of Musk!

  2. On their behalf the fish in the sea seek forgiveness for the fasting persons until they break their fast.

  3. Allah prepares and decorates a special garden in 'Jannah' everyday and then says to it...'The time is near when faithful servants shall cast aside the great trials of the world and come to you'.

  4. In this month (for the fasting person) evil minded Shaytaan is chained so as not to reach unto those evils to which they normally reach during other months besides Ramadan!

  5. On the last night of Ramadan they are forgiven". The Sahaabah (Razi Allah Anha) there upon inquired.."O Messenger of Allah (pbuh) is that last night 'Laylatul Qadr?

The PROPHET (pbuh) replied: "No, but it is only right that a servant should be given his reward on having completed his service".

{Source:- Reported in the Musnad of Ahmad and the Sunan of Bazzaar and Bayhaqi..}

Comment by Kaukab Siddique: During Ramadan there is a special relationship between Allah and the true believer who fasts for 29 or 30 days. This hadith gives us the miraculous aspects of this relationship.


Biggest Distribution of 8-Page Jamaat al-Muslimeen Document. This time to Muslim Elites in Washington DC.

240 Muslims Reached After Juma. Research on Osama Included.

Jamaat al-Muslimeen's 8-page document has been distributed at several mosques. This time it was at the Islamic Center of Washington, DC on Massachusetts Avenue.

Its a very sensitive document and hence is being widely distributed.

Here is an outline of the items in the eight pages:

  1. Muslims and Dalits in India --- Dr. Javed Jamil.

  2. Imam Badi Ali's advice on reading books versus on- line gossip.

  3. BBC research shows Shaykh Osama bin Laden fooled the Pakistani military and continued his strategic leadership from Abbottabad.

  4. Prophet, pbuh, strictly forbade public discussion of sex life. [hadith in sahih Muslim]

  5. Mujahideen of Al-Nusra defeat Hizbullah attempt to encircle Aleppo, [Wire services]

  6. Rebuttal of Shia idea that Ali, r.a., was superior to other sahaba, r.a. [Br. Kaukab]

  7. Motiur Rahman Nizami faced ultimate injustice in Bangladesh. [Br. Shamsuddin.]

  8. Jamaate Islami Pakistan denounces crimes against women as an attack on Islam itself [by Qaiser Sharif].

Political Prisoners :

 Word Around The Net

United States "sources" Claim that Pakistan is Selling Nuclear Material to China.

Germany to Ban Fracking in Country Permanently.

Japanese company TEPSCO Lied about nuclear meltdown after catastrophe at Fukishima.

Popular Qawwali Muslim and Pakistani TV star shot dead.

Indian State makes Jews second-class Citizens.


Important Facts Which Shias Try to Hide.
[This not for shias who dont fight us...ed.]

  1. Aya Tatheer [purification from weaknesses] is about the wives of the Prophet, pbuh, not about his other relatives. Sura Ahzab.

  2. Hussain, r.a, was not killed by Yazeed nor was he ordered to be killed by Yazeed.

  3. Zain al Abedin, revered as imam by Shias, survived karbala and Yazeed treated him with kindness and sent him to live in Madinah with all the facilities of life.

  4. When the supporters of Abdullah r.a. Ibn Zubair, r.a. rose up against Yazeed In Madinah, Zain al Abedin who was in Madinah refused to break his bayat to Yazeed and did not join the uprising.

  5. Zubair was one of the greatest sahaba and received very high praise from the Prophet, pbuh. He was never a ruler, so the question of his being a tyrant [as some Shias claim with abuse] does not arise.

  6. I am referring to his son Abdullah, r.a, the first child born in Madinah who was personally kissed and blessed by the Prophet, pbuh, at his birth.

  7. He fought Yazeed after karbala and not only defeated him but set up a caliphate which was only slightly less than the caliphate of the first 4.


A top Woman Leader of Islam Spoke on the most Serious Issue of Usman's, r.a., shahadat: Ayesha, r.a. as the leader of an army.

The conspirators against the Caliph Usman, r.a., carried out a rumor mongering campaign which included the claim that the wife of the Prophet, pbuh, Ayesha, the Mother of the believers herself had condemned Usman's , r.a., rule. The result was the rebels were able to isolate Usman, r.a., and finally murdered him. When Ayesha, r.a., heard of the tragic murder of the beloved companion of the Prophet, pbuh, the Caliph Usman, r.a., she led an army to punish the killers. When the Governor of Basra, who was harboring the killers, heard that the Mother of the Believers herself was advancing with her forces towards Basra, he couldn't believe that a woman could take such an initiative. He sent his representatives to meet Ayesha, r.a., and find out why she was on the field of battle.

This was her reply to his representatives:

" A woman of my status cannot be traveling on a secret mission nor would she be hiding anything from her 'children.' The fact is that loud mouthed tribal people from various areas entered the sanctuary of the prophet, pbuh, and committed murder and mayhem in it. and created fitna by harboring innovators and mischievous people in the blessed sanctum of the Prophet, pbuh and thus made themselves accursed in the sight of Allah and His messenger. and they murdered the leader of the Muslims against whom they had no evidence. They let that blood flow in a haram way, the blood which was sacred. They looted and pillaged goods over which they had no right during the sacred month and in a place where violence is forbidden. They humiliated people and did them physical harm and they took over the city and the homes of the people and stayed there though they had no right to do so. and which was resented by the people. They caused harm and did no good. They had no fear of Allah. The people whose homes they usurped did not have the power to stop them because they were fearful of losing their own lives.

I have taken this journey to let Muslims know these these groups of wrong doers have reached a stage in which they are beyond reform. Allah says in the Qur'an: "There is no good in their secret meetings and secrecy is only permitted in charity and to reform people towards good.

I have come out in the field to do the good which Allah and His messenger have ordained on all believers, strong or weak, male or female. We have come forth to affirm the doing of Good, to protect the people from wrong doing and to eradicate oppression from the world."

[Translated from the Tarikh al Umam wa al-Muluk by Ibn Jarir al-Tabari [the Caliphate of Ali.] The verse she quoted is the Qur'an 4:114]


by Mariya Salim

More than 50,000 Indian Muslim women and men have signed a petition demanding a total ban on the Muslim triple divorce.

"I do not know when and where he gave me a divorce," reads an account of Rojakammal from Tamil Nadu, one of the cases brought forth by the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan.

The BMMA is an Indian Islamic feminist organisation which brings forth the plight of the ordinary Muslim women in India who constantly live under the fear of being unilaterally divorced by their husbands.

More than 50,000 Indian Muslim women and men have signed a petition demanding a total ban on the "un-Quranic" practice of the unilateral triple talaq or divorce and "nikah-halala" under the mantle of the BMMA.

In 2016, Shayara Bano and Afreen Rahman, unilaterally divorced by their husbands, approached the Supreme Court of India, demanding an end to triple talaq, seeking justice from the courts to nullify a practice which is not only unconstitutional but, according to the BMMA and a number of scholars, also "un-Quranic".

Both cases have opened a Pandora's box, and now the question of whether it is the right time to abolish the practice in India is being debated by all quarters of the media and civil society.

Why ban it?

Over the past six years, the BMMA has been working with hundreds of women who have been suffering as a result of a unilateral divorce.

What makes the conditions of these women worse are sanctions from religious seminaries.

Darul Uloom Deoband, one such revered seminary, has often validated divorce given by a husband on the phone, by written communication, and also where a husband repeats the word "talaq" thrice, even in the absence of his wife.

According to the findings of a BMMA study, more than 90 percent of the 4,710 women interviewed wanted a ban on unilateral divorce.

"Triple talaq creates a power dynamic in a marriage which is greatly in favour of the man and oppressive to the woman," says filmmaker Shazia Javed, who is currently working on a documentary project on the issue, called 3 Seconds Divorce.



Kashmir: Mujahideen Successfully Ambush Indian Troops.

On the outskirts of Srinagar, an Indian occupation army unit was ambushed by mujahideen from Lashkare Taiba. Eight Indian soldiers were killed and 20 injured.

India says its troops returned fire killing 2 of the Kashmiris.

Kashmir is a Muslim territory occupied by a very large Indian Hindu army.

Somalia: Al-Shabab Attack Fancy Hotel used by pro-West Regime's "Ministers."

On June 25, an al-Shabab human bomber attacked the highly defended Nasa-Hablod hotel on the Mogadishu shore line. The bomb smashed the gate and then 3 youths entered and shot up the place killing 15 and injuring 34.

Among those killed was a cabinet minister. In the shoot out, the 3 too were killed.


Pope's Support for Armenian "genocide" Story Strongly rejected by Turkey as "crusade mentality"
[Source: The Guardian, UK]

On Saturday, Francis paid his respects at Armenia's imposing genocide memorial and greeted descendants of survivors of the 1915 "massacres."

"Here I pray with sorrow in my heart, so that a tragedy like this never again occurs, so that humanity will never forget and will know how to defeat evil with good," Francis wrote in the memorial's guest book. "May God protect the memory of the Armenian people. Memory should never be watered-down or forgotten. Memory is the source of peace and the future."

Also on Saturday Turkish deputy prime minister Nurettin Canikli called Francis' comments "greatly unfortunate" and said they bore the hallmarks of the "mentality of the Crusades."

Canikli said the term "does not comply with the truth".
"Everyone knows that. We all know it, the whole world knows it, and so do the Armenians," he added.


Great Welcome for Jamaat al-Muslimeen Literature. Da'wah in Philadelphia.

Change in the population of Masjid Jami behind University of Pennsylvania

Surprisingly there is a big increase in the number of -Bangladeshis. Others are Senegalese, African Americans and a few Malaysians and Arabs.

On June 24, a document in color, 4 psges was given to 100 Muslims after Juma' in Philadelphia.

The document was picked up like hot cakes. Unfortunately we had enough only for 100 people.

Here is an outline of the items in the document.

  1. On bringing up Islamic children. [Imam Badi Ali.]

  2. Hadith on Paradise. [Sis. Yasmin.]

  3. Why the Confusion about Orlando? Shooter's Palestinian wife. [Dr. Kaukab Siddique]

  4. Hizbullah supporting Assad defeated by al-Nusra south of Aleppo] [Wire services]

  5. US air force leads Shia army into Fallujah. IS resisting street by street. [Reuters and Guardian].

  6. More than 11000 arrested in Bangladesh after murders of blasphemers. [World News.]

  7. Very briefly: France, Egypt and Ghana.

SPOTLIGHTS: An Invitation to Think
from Imam Badi

 Imam Badi Ali

Charity is for all Needy persons, regardless of sect . Evaluate your Fasting.

Imam Badi Ali leads a large Muslim community in Greensboro, NC.



Used and Jilted by America, Pakistan now seeks illusions of Hope in China. India has infiltrated Afghanistan & is Killing Kashmir. What would Unify and Strengthen Pakistan? Helpful Hints.
by Kaukab Siddique, PhD

Pakistani military is the most important force in Pakistan. The generals have learned to let politicians frolic and play out their games and continue to replace each other in the name of fake democracy.

With the growth of Gwadur as a viable sea port and the flow of support from China, Pakistan's new Santa Claus has emerged from Beijing.

Pakistan's corruption and lawlessness is ruining the country and the number of politicians and media men available for "sale" to the highest bidder are ever on the increase.

Is there a chance that Pakistan can undergo re-birth and return to the ideals enunciated by Allama Iqbal and Mohomed Ali Jinnah [Qaide Azam]? Here is my humble advice which can work because it would connect Pakistan to its foundations in faith.

  1. Stop fighting Islamic people. Internal unity is essential. India, Iran and Afghanistan will not help Pakistan to be independent and united. China is only interested in business and is curtailing basic Islamic rights of its own Muslim population.

  2. Start a process of reconciliation with the Islamic people of FATA, Swat and Waziristan . They want Sharia. There is no Islamic or Pakistani reason for fighting against Sharia in a country founded on Islam.

  3. Pro-American policies followed by General Musharraf, General Kayani and General Sharif have struck at the core values of Pakistan which are Islam, honor and self-respect. The generals will have to be excluded from the decision making processes. The attacks by the military, using heavy artillery, jets and helicopters, have killed about 80,000 Muslims and have failed to nourish the spirit of unity. A million internal refugees created by the military in Ramadan two years back are still sitting out in the sun in this Ramadan. Even the most polluted Muslim mind would not have allowed this mass internal deportation to happen.

    1. The Pakistani army generals recently reached a new low when they urged the US-installed regime in Kabul to bomb Pakistani refugees led by Maulvi Fazlullah who have taken refuge in a remote area of Afghanistan.

  4. Unless the army's hegemony is challenged, nothing will change. The army will try to do another "Egypt" if its authority is challenged but this is not Egypt and once the uprising is visible as Islamic, units of the military will join the people, inshaAllah..

  5. The rights of women and the poor are central to an Islamic Pakistan. On what basis can women be denied the right to marry the man they want to marry? On what basis can women be forced to bring witnesses to their own rape? Even in Iran and Saudi Arabia, rapists are executed but never in Pakistan. [One reason could be that rape is not mentioned in the Qur'an but in the hadith which Pakistanis are not studying carefully.]

  6. Islamic movements should primarily focus on working among the poor and the dispossessed. Foreign NGO's should be discontinued other than charities which have Islamic credentials.

  7. In foreign policy, Pakistan should connect with segments of the population in Bangladesh which are still pro-Pakistan [many of them even speak both Bangla and Urdu]. If a large pro-Pakistan element emerges in Bangladesh, that would inhibit Indian adventurism against Pakistan. India would be squeezed from both the West and the East. [Again remember that the Pakistani military undermined Pakistani values in East Pakistan and no Pakistani general was even brought to trial in spite the debacle of historic proportions.]

  8. Unity with Kashmiris is essential for Pakistan's strategic security.

  9. Big time support for the Afghan Taliban could easily lead to a pro-Pakistan regime in Kabul, thus ensuring strategic depth for Pakistan. The Taliban are winning in many areas of Afghanistan.

  10. There should be a massive shift of expenditures to the areas of heath, medicine and nutrition for every Pakistani.

  11. Unity among Muslim schools of thought should be high on the agenda. A systematic effort should be made to help Pakistanis realize that there is no significant difference between the schools of thought. Anti-Shia sentiment should be toned down but Shias must stay within the percentage of their small population in Pakistan and not be leading in the ranks of the army, the media and hatred of the majority population.

  12. Rights of minorities should be ensured. Remember that even isolated incidents against Christians, Hindus and Qadianis ["Ahmeddis"] help feed anti-Pakistan sentiment in the West. At the same tine, Qadianis should be identified and weeded out of the military and the media. [Is it true that the prisoners of the Taliban are often tortured and fall into the hands of Qadianis ["Ahmeddis"] in the military?]



Some thought-provoking lines from "A Systematic Study of the Holy Quran"
Part 1 in a Series by Dr Javed Jamil

Qur'an is no ordinary creation of no ordinary author. Quran is a Singular, Supreme and Majestic Work of a Singular, Supreme and Majestic Author, the Creator and the Lord of the universe...and is for all times to come, for all parts of the world and for all human generations....The supreme confidence with which it handles its subjects and speaks to its readers is self-evident... . Little wonder, the Qur'an is often referred to as the "Ever Living Miracle of the Last Prophet".

The real contest in today's world is between religion and irreligion; between scientific (or Healthy) morality preached by Divine Messengers and commercial morality advertised by the tyrannical monarchs of the business world; and between 'Comprehensive Peace' propagated by the Scriptures and 'materialistic peace' imposed by the forces and powers that rule the roost.

The followers of the Qur'an are duty bound to campaign for the eradication of all forms of evil; they have to unite not for the sake of fighting with any community or nation but to strive for the ultimate purpose of the unity of the whole mankind founded on the principles of universal peace and brotherhood.


The more extensive­ly we study the nature of objects and countless phenomena occurring incessantly in the universe, the more strongly we get convinced about the Presence of a Supreme Being, who is not limited like every other thing in the universe but is Unlimited, is not dependent on others but is absolutely Self-sufficient and is not imperfect but is Absolute in every way. He is not bound by time, matter or space, and His judgment is never affected, like that of human beings, by inherent weaknesses.

It is the duty of man to follow and invoke God because it is only to Him that he owes his existence.

Dr Javed Jamil is India based thinker and writer with over a dozen books including his latest, "Muslim Vision of Secular India: Destination & Road-map", "Qur'anic Paradigms of Sciences & Society" (First Vol: Health), "Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough" and Other works include "The Devil of Economic Fundamentalism", "The Essence of the Divine Verses", "The Killer Sex", "Islam means Peace" and "Rediscovering the Universe".

He can be contacted at .

 War News War News


IS Forces a 70 Mille Retreat on Assad Regime [from Tabaqa to Ethria] but faces Slaughter at Menbig
Bombing by Assad's Air Force and Russia indiscriminately kills Civilians , 58 in Deir Ezz Zor

June 20 to June 26: A decisive offensive by Islamic State [IS[ forces pushed Alawite-Shia-Hizbullah forces all the way back from Tabaqa to Ithria and held the line in spite of bombing by Russian jets. This spectacular victory took the pressure off the IS capital of al-Raqqa. The Alawites have suffered heavy losses and may not be able to advance again. [Readers may remember that Assad's forces were moving rapidly towards al-Raqqa via Tabaqa with the help of the Russian air force but then were severely countered by IS.]


In the north the situation is different at Menbig [on the corridor to Turkey]. Here the SDF forces, Kurds and Syrian mercenaries backed by an unending US air offensive have encircled the IS forces in the town of Menbig.

During the week of June 20 to 29, the US bombing campaign killed around 400 Islamic fighters but IS brought up reinforcements and the SDF has suffered 52 dead trying to enter Menbig. The Kurds have reached the edge of Menbig and have killed scores of IS fighters but are unable to break into Menbig despite ferocious bombing by the US air force,

In Der Ezz Zor the IS advance has been stopped by a Russian bombing campaign. On June 26, the Russian-Damascus air forces committed a massacre in the village of al=Quriyah in a surprise bombing raid killing 58 civilians including 8 children and 6 women.

June 25,.Near Damascus, the Assad regime dropped 42 barrel bombs on the FSA held town of Darayya and then hit the town with 16 ground to ground missiles. Numerous civilian casualties are yet to be documented.

June 26, north of Aleppo, there have been 200 air strikes by various air forces against Islamic forces.

Aleppo itself is being bombed with 500 pound bombs [in the Bani Zaid neighborhood].

On June 26, IS advanced again near Shaer towards Homs.


Islamic State's Change of tactics with US air support for Shia Regime & Massive attack on Fallujah.

On June 26, the Baghdad regime announced that it has captured all of Fallujah after a month long battle to do so: May 23 to June 26. Briefly the regime has been marginally giving information about the high casualty rate its troops have been suffering at the hands of the Islamic resistance led by the Islamic State:

New Trend's analysis is as follows:
  1. The Baghdad regime has no prisoners to show for its "victory."

  2. The regime has no bodies of mujahideen to show for its "victory."

  3. The regime has no captured weapons of any significance to show for its "victory."

So it was a hollow victory. Here is what happened:

After inflicting serious losses on the Shia military in the initial battles for Fallujah, the mujahideen withdrew fo the western and northern parts of the city, leaving only a few snipers behind.

From there the fighters slipped away with light losses other than the suffering inflicted by the US air force.

From the west and the north of Fallujah, the mujahideen withdrew in good order with their weapons to the outskirts of the city.

Thus the city was spared the bombardment by heavy artillery and the US air force and is largely intact. More than 85000 civilians had fled fearful of what the Shias did to unarmed people in Ramadi. Now they can easily return to their homes. The regime is very hostile to the population and considers all the people as supporters of IS. The US is restraining the Shias to stop the resurgence of support for the Islamic State.

The fighters are returning to the guerrilla mode. They have learned the folly of staying in defensive positions while being attacked by the world's most powerful air force and being assaulted at the rate of 10 to 1 by the Shias.

News Within the U.S.

 News within the US

Detroit, Michigan

Injustice is Profitable in America: The Shocking Case of Lacino Hamilton
by Sis. Karin Freidemann [Boston]

It was July 1994 when Lacino Hamilton's foster mother was shot and killed inside her home. The Detroit woman who had raised Lacino was named Willa Bias, but he called her "Mom." Lacino, who was 19 at the time he was found guilty of the murder, is now 41 and imprisoned at Thumb Correctional Facility in Lapeer, Michigan, serving a sentence that will not expire until he is at least 71. He has always insisted that he loved his foster mother and that he is not the murderer. He was convicted based on the testimony of a "jailhouse snitch" in exchange for a lighter sentence, and a coerced confession from a friend who later refused to testify against him in court, but they still used the written confession.

In a personal letter, Lacino demonstrated a deep sense of self-reflection. He told me that while he is innocent of the murder, he was not "innocent." He was a drug dealer participating in the gangster lifestyle. Investigators speculate that Willa was murdered for the $70,000 cash Lacino had been storing in the basement. Lacino hopes that upon his release, he could work with urban youth to teach them positive alternatives to crime. He has spent his two decades in prison reading and writing many thoughtful essays addressing the problem of the "school to prison pipeline" and the irrational US policies that marginalize the poor.

"How some of us live is not a mistake; neither is it the product of a broken system. We live like that because it is profitable to a lot of people businesses: pawn shops, pay-day loan services, slum lords, creditors, social services and others who traffic in misery," he wrote.

Lacino also wrote letters to thousands of journalists, lawyers and colleges hoping someone would listen to his story of wrongful incarceration. Finally he heard back from Claudia Whitman, the director of the National Death Row Assistance Network, which recommends cases to the Innocent Project. At last an attorney, Mary Chartier, agreed to take on the case pro bono. If all goes well, Lacino will receive a retrial next year and hopefully be released.

In 2013, an investigator looking into Lacino's case contacted Christopher Brooks, who decided to finally speak out about Lonnie Bell, the man he saw exiting Willa Bias' home shortly after the murder, now that Lonnie is dead as a result of gang warfare. Lonnie had admitted to Christopher over lines of cocaine that he had committed the murder "because she was supposed to be dead." Lonnie also told Christopher that if he said anything, he would kill him too. Spooked, Christopher moved to Monroe, Michigan, a town near the Ohio border, to avoid Lonnie.

The informant, Olivera Rico Cowen, who is responsible for Lacino's false conviction, died of AIDS after he got his sentence reduced from 15 years to one year in exchange for "cooperating" with homicide detectives. Even though Olivera was the key witness in six other murder convictions, his testimony was accepted in lieu of evidence, leading to Lacino's 80 year sentence.

"In many cases, even if all the witnesses have recanted, or if a person claims innocence, it's still difficult to [overturn a conviction]. The courts are more concerned with whether the trial has been procedurally proper," Attorney Mary Ownes told Truthout.

However, US police, and in particular the Detroit Police Department, are coming under increasing scrutiny from the Federal Department of Justice and the public. Detroit police are notorious for withholding evidence from trials, that would prove the suspect's innocents. Detectives routinely provide witnesses with prewritten statements to memorize. Corruption in the homicide department led to the closure of the DPD's crime lab in 2008, while the FBI discovered that Detroit's former mayor, Kwame Kilpatric, who is now imprisoned, was discovered having a romantic affair with the federal monitor on police reforms, who had been sent to look into a report that Detroit police committed the highest number of fatal shootings compared to all other police forces in the US.

"Thinking broadly about the ways incarceration is constructed and reconstructed, or alternatives to incarceration, is complicated by networks of social control. Which operate to legitimize who has the authority to speak about incarceration, what can be said about incarceration, and what is sanctioned as true about incarceration," writes Lacino in the introduction to a book he is writing.

"One important mechanism for challenging the system of incarceration, then, is incarcerated men and women, and the communities in which they come from, must begin to speak for themselves. Incarcerated people can articulate an analysis of incarceration from the particular vantage point of lived experience. Use this to analyze policies and practices that support incarceration. And generate alternatives to caging people for part or all of their lives.

"These subjugated analyses about the world of incarceration define that world and possibilities differently. Thus, listening to and learning from the analyses and experiences of incarcerated men and women can help the broader society get a clearer understanding of the ordeal of retribution style justice; and suggest more imaginative alternatives for repairing harms caused in our society," Lacino concludes.

Lacino's investigative attorney team continues to track down witnesses and collect affidavits and push for a retrial. Please keep him and other wrongfully incarcerated people in your prayers.

Lacino Hamilton #247310
Thumb Correctional Facility
3225 John Conley Dr.
Lapeer, MI 48446

This article is based on a report by Aaron Cantu entitled "Ring of Snitches: How Detroit Police Slapped False Murder Convictions on Young Black Men," published March 31, 2015 in Truthout.

Houston, Texas

Mom Kills two Daughters, 17 and 19 and is shot by police.
[Source : Newsy]

A Houston-area woman was killed by police after reportedly shooting her own two daughters Friday.

The motive for the fatal shooting wasn't immediately clear, but police told local media there was some type of argument. When authorities arrived at the scene, the woman, Christy Sheats, still had a gun in her hands.

Ashab e Badr: And Some Facts About the Battle of Badr.
by Muhammad Tariq Ghazi


THE Battle of Badr was the first major military encounter between the Muslims of The Madinah and the unbelieving Quraysh of Makkah. The historic battle was fought on 17 Ramadan 2 Hijri / 17 March 624. This battle was very important in Islamic history, as all prominent leaders of the State of Makkah were killed in the one-day confrontation. Abu Jahl Amr Ibn Hisham was slain by two Ansari young men, Mu'adh Ibn Harith and Mu'awwidh Ibn Harith. Their mother was Afra Bint Ubayd from the Bani Najjar of the Ansar. Mu'awwidh Ibn Afra himself attained martyrdom in a retaliatory attack by Abu Jahl's bodyguards. Others included among the 70 dead mushrikeen were Walid Ibn Al-Mughirah, father of Khalid Ibn Al-Walid; Utbah Ibn Rabi'ah, his brother Shaybah Ibn Rabi'ah, and son Walid Ibn Utbah; Umayyah Ibn Khalaf who was killed by Hazrat Bilal Ibn Rabah, his former slave whom he would torture mercilessly; Uqbah Ibn Abu Mu'ayt, who had placed camel's offal (stomach filled with filth) on the back of the Rasool-Allah while he was in Sajdah praying near the Ka'bah, and who also tried to strangle the Rasool-Allah again when the latter was praying; and Aas Ibn Sa'id. This battle had left the State of Makkah without any prominent leaders to pose a political or strategic challenge to the State of The Madinah.

The Battle of Badr was result of a Qurayshi aggression and subsequent defense strategy adopted by the Rasool-Allah. The Qurayshi pagans had been planning to destroy the newly established State of The Madinah. They had been oiling their war machine since almost all Muslims had migrated to The Madinah. The evacuee property was "confiscated" by the State of Makkah, sold to bidders and the money thus obtained was put into a war fund.

Hazrat Abu Bakr also had a cloth store in Makkah. Hazrat Marthad Ibn Abi Marthad was a metallurgist-entrepreneur and inventor and owned the Muhannad swords-making factory in Makkah. Hazrat Khabbab Ibn Al-Aratt owned and operated a metal utensil factory and a retail outlet. His factory also manufactured safes, metal doors and window-grills, spears, arrows etc. Hazrat Suhayb Ibn Sinan Rumi had a general store. Hazrat Uthman Ibn Affan, Hazrat Mus'ab Ibn Umayr, Hazrat Abd Ar-Rahman Ibn Awf were other prominent businessmen. Historians note that landed properties of the Aal Jahsh, the clan of Umm al-Muminin Zaynab Bint Jahsh, were confiscated and sold. Similarly the house of the Rasool-Allah was sold by Aqil Ibn Abu Talib, elder brother of Hazrat Ali. All this money was invested in trade caravans. Proceeds of the caravan led by Umayyah Ibn Khalaf had financed the 1000-strong force brought out at Badr. In the meantime, another caravan led by Makkah President Abu Sufyan Ibn Harb was returning from Ash-Sham, by successfully skirting the sanctions imposed on Qurayshi trade caravans for obvious reasons. Profits earned by that caravan had financed the next year's Battle of Uhad.

The Rasool-Allah's efficient intelligence-gatherers had provided information about Abu Sufyan's caravan as well as an aggressive force led by Abu Jahl marching towards The Madinah. The Rasool-Allah came out of The City to face off either of the two armies. Abu Sufyan's caravan escaped through the coastal route while Abu Jahl's force kept on marching and was finally met by a small Muslim army at the Plain of Badr that lay between two sand-hills.

The following is a comprehensive list of the Sahabah who are counted as the "Badriyyin". Actual number of Muslim fighters in the Battle of Badr under the command of the Rasool-Allah, sall-Allah-u alaih-i wa sallam, was 313, yet this list is much larger. The reason is that several Sahabah were assigned other important tasks and they were given due portions in the war-booty even though they did not see the action in the Badr battlefield. One such person, for example, was Hazrat Uthman Ibn Affan, who was advised to stay back in The Madinah to look after his ailing wife, Hazrat Ruqaiyah Bint Rasool-Allah. Local people were returning from the Baqi'e graveyard after burying her when the news of Muslim victory at Badr was brought to The Madinah by Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Rawahah and Hazrat Zayd Ibn Harithah. Some other Sahabah were also left in The Madinah to manage state affairs and also as Rear Guard against an enemy strike from within The City or without. A few groups of Sahabah were on espionage missions gathering intelligence for the Muslim high command. Another reason given by Muslim historians for a longer list of the Badriyyin is that many early reporters were unsure about some Sahabah's presence in Badr; therefore they preferred to include their names in the list for they argued that an error in including them was preferable to the error of excluding their names.

The list begins with the Promised Ten of Paradise - عشرہ مبشرہ - in their life-time by the Rasool-Allah. The top four are, of course, the four Khulafa Ar-Rashidin. After them, the first name is that of Hazrat Abu Ubaydah Ibn Al-Jarrah, because when fatally injured Hazrat Umar Ibn Al-Khattab had said that if the latter was still alive he would have voted for him as his successor. He is followed by Hazrat Abd Ar-Rahman Ibn Awf, who was a member of the six-man Electoral College appointed by Hazrat Umar and finally acted as Islam's first independent Election Commissioner. Hazrat Abd Ar-Rahman was the first among the six to withdraw from the contest and then acted as Election Commissioner. Then the names of three Sahabah appear in order of their withdrawal from the contest. The last name is that of Hazrat Sa'id Ibn Zayd Ibn Amr, who was excluded by Hazrat Umar from the Electoral College simply because he was a first cousin and a brother-in-law of Hazrat Umar who did not want to set an example of dynastic rule.

From #12 to #25 are the names of the Shuhada of the Battle of Badr. Hazrat Ubaydah Ibn Harith Ibn Abdul Muttalib leads this part of the list, because he was the first Muslim Shahid in action in Badr. He was a paternal first-cousin of the Rasool-Allah. What is remarkable in his Shahadat is that the first sacrifice in a battle was made by a member of the Rasool-Allah's immediate extended family. After him the names of the remaining 13 Shuhada (martyrs) appear in alphabetical order.
Names from #26 to the end appear in alphabetical order. Al-Awsi and Al-Khazraji denote two tribes of the Ansar of The Madinah.

Also given are dates of birth and/or death and some other facts in one-lines about some Sahabah. Readers will find in some places a word like "bAjnadin" or "bBridge". In such instances, a lower-case letter "b" stands for "battle of": therefore, "bAjnadin" meaning the "Battle of Ajnadin" and "bBridge" meaning the "Battle of Bridge" also known as Battle of Jisr.

In Hijri dating system "bh" before a figure shows a year "before Hijrah", and "h" after a figure shows Hijrah year. Three-digit figures like 573 or 634 stand for common of Christian era years.

نحمداللہ العظیم الحکیم و نصلی و نسلم علٰی رسولہ الکریم

AsHab e Badr Al-Kubra

1. Muhammad Rasool-Allah, Sall-Allah-u Alayh-i wa Sallam
2. Abu Bakr As-Siddiq 'Abdullah Ibn 'Uthman - - - bh51-13h / 573-634
3. Umar Ibn Al-Khattab - - - - - - bh40-24h / 584-644
4. 'Uthman Ibn 'Affan - - - - - - - bh44-36h / 580-656
5. Ali Ibn Abu Talib - - - - - - - bh24-40h / 599-661
6. Abu Ubaydah 'Amir Ibn Abdullah Ibn Al-Jarrah - - bh43-18h / 581-639
7. Abdur Rahman Ibn 'Awf - - - - - - bh46-31h / 578-651
8. Zubayr Ibn Al-Awwam - - - - - - bh28-36h / 596-656
9. Talhah Ibn Ubaydullah - - - - - - bh28-36h / 596-656
10. Sa'ad Ibn Abu Waqqas Malik - - - - - bh23-55h / 600-675
11. Sa'id Ibn Zayd - - - - - - - bh22-51h / 600-671
12. Ubaydah Ibn Al-Harith Al-Muhajir Shahid - - - First martyr of Badr
13. Aqil Ibn al-Bukayr Al-Muhajir (Ibn Afra) Shahid
14. Awf Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji (Ibn Afra) Shahid
15. Dhu Ash-Shimalayn Ibn Abd 'Amr Al-Muhajir Shahid
16. Harithah Ibn Suraqa Al-Khazraji Shahid - - - - Pre-action 2nd shahid
17. Mihja' Ibn Salih Mawla Umar Ibn Khattab Al-Muhajir Shahid- Pre-action First shahid
18. Mu'awwadh Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji (Ibn Afra) Shahid - Killed Abu Jahl, with 228
19. Mubashshir Ibn Abd Al-Mundhir Al-Awsi Shahid
20. Rafe'a Ibn Al-Mu'alla Al-Khazraji Shahid
21. Sa'ad Ibn Khaythama Al-Awsi Shahid
22. Safwan Ibn Wahb Al-Muhajir Shahid
23. Umayr Ibn Abu Waqqas Al-Muhajir Shahid
24. Umayr Ibn Al-Humam Al-Khazraji Shahid
25. Yazid Ibn Al-Harith Ibn Fus'hum Al-Khazraji Shahid
26. Abbad Ibn Bishr Al-Awsi - - - bh18-11 / 602-632
27. Abbad Ibn Al-Khashkhash Al-Khazraji
28. Abbad Ibn Qays Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
29. Abbad Ibn Qays Ibn 'Ayshah Al-Khazraji
30. Abd Rabbihi Ibn Haqq Al-Khazraji
31. Abdullah Ibn Abd Munaf Ibn An-Nu'man Al-Khazraji
32. Abdullah Ibn Abdullah Ibn Ubay Ibn Salul Al-Khazraji
33. Abdullah Ibn 'Abs Al-Khazraji
34. Abdullah Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
35. Abdullah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
36. Abdullah Ibn Jadd Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
37. Abdullah Ibn Al-Humayr Al-Khazraji
38. Abdullah Ibn Jahsh Al-Muhajir - - Shahid in Uhud 3h / 625
39. Abdullah Ibn Jubayr Al-Awsi - - - Shahid in Uhud 3h / 625
40. Abdullah Ibn Ka'ab Al-Khazraji
41. Abdullah Ibn Makhramah Al-Muhajir
42. Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud Al-Muhajir - - Faqih. Died in Kufa 31h/651
43. Abdullah Ibn Maz'un Al-Muhajir
44. Abdullah Ibn An-Nu'man Al-Khazraji
45. Abdullah Ibn Qays Ibn Khaldah Ibn Khalid Al-Khazraji - -
46. Abdullah Ibn Qays Ibn Sakhr Al-Khazraji
47. Abdullah Ibn Ar-Rabi' Al-Khazraji
48. Abdullah Ibn Rawahah Al-Khazraji - - Shahid as III Commander in bMuta 8h/629
49. Abdullah Ibn Sahl Al-Awsi
50. Abdullah Ibn Salamah Al-Awsi
51. Abdullah Ibn Sharik Al-Awsi
52. Abdullah Ibn Suhayl Ibn Amr Al-Muhajir
53. Abdullah Ibn Suraqa Al-Muhajir
54. Abdullah Ibn Tariq Al-Awsi - - - Shahid in Raji'e 4h/625
55. Abdullah Ibn Tha'labah Al-Khazraji
56. Abdullah Ibn 'Umayr Al-Khazraji
57. Abdullah Ibn 'Urfutah Al-Khazraji
58. Abdullah Ibn Zayd Ibn Tha'labah Al-Khazraji
59. Abdur Rahman Ibn Jabr Al-Awsi
60. Abs Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
61. Abu Abs Ibn Jabr Ibn 'Amr Al-Awsi
62. Abu Al-A'war Al-Harith Ibn Zalim Al-Khazraji
63. Abu Aqil Abdur Rahman Ibn Abdullah Al-Awsi
64. Abi Ayyub Al-Ansari, Khalid Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji - Host, KatibWahy. bh37-48 / 587-668
65. Abu Dawud Umayr Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
66. Abu Dayyah (ابو الضیَّاح) Thabit Ibn Nu'man Al-Awsi
67. Abu Dujanah Simak Ibn Kharashah Al-Khazraji-Shahid bYamamah against Musaylamah in 11h / 632
68. Abu Habib Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
69. Abu Al-Hamra Mawla Al-Harith Al-Khazraji
70. Abu Hannah Ibn Malik Al-Awsi
71. Abu Hasan Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
72. Abu Al-Haytham Malik At-Tayyihan Al-Awsi - Died in bSiffin 37h / 657
73. Abu Hayyah (ابو حَیَّۃ) Ibn 'Amr Ibn Thabit Al-Awsi
74. Abu Hudhayfah Mihsham Ibn Utbah Al-Muhajir
75. Abu Kabshah Mawla Rasool-Allah Al-Muhajir
76. Abu Khallad Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
77. Abu Kharijah Amr Ibn Qays Ibn Malik Al-Khazraji
78. Abu Khuzaymah Ibn Aws Al-Khazraji
79. Abu Lubabah Rifa'ah Ibn Abd Al-Mundhir Al-Awsi
80. Abu Makhshiy Suwayd Ibn Makhshiy Al-Muhajir
81. Abu Marthad Kannaz Ibn Hisn Al-Muhajir
82. Abu Mas'ud Al-Badri Uqbah Ibn Amr Al-Khazraji
83. Abu Mulayl Ibn Al-Az'ar Al-Awsi
84. Abu Al-Mundhir Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
85. Abu Qatadah Ibn Rib'iy Al-Khazraji
86. Abu Qays Ibn al-Mu'alla Al-Khazraji
87. Abu Sabrah Mawla Abu Ruhm Al-Muhajir
88. Abu Salamah Abdullah Ibn Asad Makhzumi Al-Muhajir - Shahid after Uhud 4h/625
89. Abu Salit Asir Ibn Amr Al-Khazraji
90. Abu Shaykh Ubayi Ibn Thabit Al-Khazraji
91. Abu Sinan Ibn Mihsan Al-Muhajir - - Died during Siege of Qurayza in 5h / 627
92. Abu Sirmah Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
93. Abu Talhah Zayd Ibn Sahl Al-Khazraji
94. Abu Yasar (Al-Yasar) Ka'ab Ibn Amr Al-Khazraji
95. Adiy Ibn Abu Az-Zaghba' Al-Khazraji - Spy with Basbasah Ibn 'Amr
96. 'Ajlan (Al-'Ajlan) Ibn an-Nu'man Al-Khazraji
97. Akhnas (Al-Akhnas) Ibn Khubayb
98. Amir Ibn Al-Bukayr Al-Muhajir
99. Amir Ibn Fuhayrah Al-Muhajir - - Shahid at Bir Ma'unah 4h/625
100. Amir Ibn Mukhallad Al-Khazraji
101. Amir Ibn Rabi'ah Al-Muhajir
102. Amir Ibn Sa'ad Al-Khazraji
103. Amir Ibn Salamah Al-Khazraji
104. Amir Ibn Umayyah Al-Khazraji
105. Ammar Ibn Yasir Al-Muhajir - - Son of first martyr. d. in bSiffin. bh55-37 / 570-657
106. Amr Ibn Abu Sarh Al-Muhajir
107. Amr Ibn Awf Al-Muhajir
108. Amr Ibn Al-Harith Ibn Tha'laba Al-Khazraji
109. Amr Ibn Al-Harith Ibn Zuhayr Al-Muhajir
110. Amr Ibn Iyas Al-Khazraji
111. Amr Ibn Al-Jamuh Al-Khazraji - - Shahid in Uhud 3h/625
112. Amr Ibn Ma'bad Al-Awsi
113. Amr Ibn Mu'adh Al-Awsi
114. Amr Ibn Qays Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
115. Amr Ibn Suraqa Al-Muhajir
116. Amr Ibn Talq Al-Khazraji
117. Amr Ibn Tha'labah Al-Khazraji
118. Anasah, Mawla Rasool-Allah Al-Muhajir
119. Anas Ibn Mu'adh Al-Khazraji
120. Antarah Mawla Sulaym Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
121. Arqam (Al-Arqam) Ibn Abu Al-Arqam Al-Muhajir - Owner of Dar Arqam. bh30-55 / 594-675
122. As'ad Ibn Yazid Al-Khazraji
123. . Asim Ibn 'Adi Al-Awsi
124. Asim Ibn Qays Al-Awsi
125. Asim Ibn Thabit Al-Awsi - - - Shahid in Raji'e Tragedy in 4h / 625
126. Asim Ibn Al-'Ukayr Al-Khazraji
127. Atiyya Ibn Nuwayrah Al-Khazraji
128. Aws Ibn Khawli Al-Khazraji
129. Aws Ibn As-Samit Al-Khazraji
130. Aws Ibn Thabit Al-Khazraji
131. Ayyadh Ibn Zuhayr Al-Muhajir
132. Ayidh Ibn Ma'is Al-Khazraji
133. Basbasah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji - - Spy with Adiy Ibn Abu Az-Zaghba'
134. Bahhath Ibn Tha'laba Al-Khazraji
135. Bashir Ibn Sa'ad Al-Khazraji - - Sh. In bAynTamr,NrKufa,Iraq 12h/633
136. Bilal Ibn Rabah Al-Muhajir - Muazzin of Rasool. Killed Umayyah b Khalaf. bh44-19 / 580-640
137. Bishr Ibn Bara' Ibn Ma'rur Al-Khazraji
138. Bujayr Ibn Abu Bujayr Al-Khazraji
139. Dhahhak Ibn Abd Amr Al-Khazraji
140. Dhahhak Ibn Al-Harithah Al-Khazraji
141. Dhakwan Ibn Abd Qays Al-Khazraji
142. Dhakwan Ibn Sa'd Al-Khazraji
143. Dhamrah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
144. Fakih Ibn Bishr Al-Khazraji
145. Farwah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
146. Ghannam Ibn Aws Al-Khazraji
147. Hamza Ibn 'Abd Al-Muttalib Al-Muhajir - Shahid in Uhud 3h/625
148. Hamza Ibn al-Humayyir Al-Khazraji
149. Hani Ibn Niyar Al-Awsi
150. Haram Ibn Milhan Al-Khazraji - - Shahid at Bir Ma'una Tragedy in 4h / 625
151. Harithah Ibn An-Nu'man Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
152. Harith Ibn Abu Khuzamah Al-Awsi
153. Harith Ibn Anas Al-Awsi
154. Harith Ibn 'Arfajah Al-Awsi
155. Harith Ibn Aws Ibn Mu'adh Al-Awsi
156. Harith Ibn Aws Ibn Rafe'a Al-Awsi
157. Harith Ibn Hatib Al-Awsi
158. Harith Ibn Khuzamah Ibn 'Adi Al-Awsi
159. Harith Ibn Khuzamah Al-Awsi
160. Harith Ibn An-Nu'man Ibn Umayya Al-Awsi
161. Harith Ibn Qays Al-Awsi
162. Harith Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
163. Hatib Ibn Abu Balta'ah Al-Muhajir
164. Hatib Ibn 'Amr
165. Habib Ibn Al-Aswad Al-Khazraji
166. Hilal Ibn Al-Mu'alla Al-Khazraji
167. Hilal Ibn 'Umayya Al-Waqifi Al-Khazraji
168. Hubab Ibn Al-Mundhir Al-Khazraji
169. Hubayl Ibn Wabrah Al-Khazraji
170. Hurayth Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
171. Husayn Ibn al-Harith Ibn Al-Muttalib Al-Muhajir
172. Ismah Ibn al-Husayn Al-Khazraji
173. Itban Ibn Malik (Ansari) Al-Muhajir
174. Iyas Ibn al-Aws Al-Awsi
175. Iyas Ibn al-Bukayr (Ibn Afra) Al-Muhajir
176. Jabbar Ibn Sakhr Al-Khazraji
177. Jabir Ibn Abdullah Ibn Riab Al-Khazraji - - Scholar. bh15-78 / 608-697
178. Jabir Ibn Khalid Ibn 'Abd Al-Ash'hal Al-Khazraji
179. Jabr Ibn 'Atik Al-Awsi
180. Jubayr Ibn Iyas Al-Khazraji
181. Ka'ab Ibn Jammaz Al-Khazraji
182. Ka'ab Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
183. Khabbab Ibn Al-Aratt Al-Muhajir - - - Swordsmaker. d. in Kufa 37h / 658
184. Khabbab Mawla 'Utbah Al-Muhajir
185. Khalid Ibn Al-Bukayr ((Ibn Afra) Al-Muhajir - - Shahid in Raji'e 4h/625
186. Khalid Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
187. Khalifah Ibn 'Adi Al-Khazraji
188. Khallad Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji - - - Shahid in Uhud 3h/625
189. Khallad Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
190. Khallad Ibn Rafe'a Al-Khazraji
191. Khallad Ibn Suwayd Al-Khazraji - - Shahid during Siege of Qurayza 5h
192. Kharijah Ibn Al-Humayr Al-Khazraji
193. Kharijah Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
194. Khawli Ibn Abu Khawli Al-Muhajir
195. Khawwath Ibn Jubayr Al-Awsi
196. Khidash Ibn Qatadah Al-Awsi
197. Khirash Ibn As-Simmah Al-Khazraji
198. Khubayb Ibn 'Adi Al-Khazraji - - Shahid at Tan'im after Raji'e 4h/625
199. Khubayb Ibn Isaf Al-Khazraji
200. Khulayd Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
201. Khunays Ibn Hudhafah Al-Muhajir - Husband of Hafsah Bt Umar/Sh. Uhud 3h / 625
202. Khusaym Ibn Fatik Al-Muhajir
203. Libdah Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
204. Ma'an Ibn Adiy Al-Awsi
205. Ma'an Ibn Yazid Al-Muhajir
206. Ma'bad Ibn 'Abbad Al-Khazraji
207. Ma'bad Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
208. Malik Ibn Abu Khawli Al-Muhajir
209. Malik Ibn Amr Al-Muhajir
210. Malik Ibn Ad-Dukhshun Al-Khazraji
211. Malik Ibn Mas'ud Al-Khazraji
212. Malik Ibn Numaylah Al-Awsi
213. Malik Ibn Qudama Ibn 'Arfajah Al-Awsi
214. Malik Ibn Rabi'ah Al-Khazraji
215. Malik Ibn Rifa'ah Al-Khazraji
216. Ma'mar Ibn al-Harith Al-Muhajir
217. Ma'qal Ibn Al-Mundhir Al-Khazraji
218. Marthad Ibn Abu Marthad Al-Muhajir - Shahid in Raji'e Tragedy 4h/625
219. Mas'ud Ibn Abd Sa'ad Ibn 'Amir Al-Awsi
220. Mas'ud Ibn Aws Al-Khazraji
221. Mas'ud Ibn Khaldah Al-Khazraji
222. Mas'ud Ibn Rabi'ah Al-Muhajir
223. Mas'ud Ibn Sa'ad Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
224. Mas'ud Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
225. Midlaj Ibn 'Amr Al-Muhajir
226. Miqdad (Al-Miqdad) Ibn 'Amr Al-Muhajir - - Faqih. bh37-33h / 586-654
227. Mistah Ibn Athathah Al-Muhajir
228. Mu'adh Ibn 'Amr Ibn Al-Jamuh Al-Khazraji
229. Mu'adh Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji (Ibn Afra) - Killed Abu Jahl, with brother Mu'awwidh #18
230. Mu'adh Ibn Jabal Al-Khazraji - Aqabah II. Gov of Palestine. bh23-18 / 602-639
231. Mu'adh Ibn Ma'is Al-Khazraji
232. Mu'adh Ibn As-Simmah Al-Khazraji
233. Mu'attib Ibn Awf Al-Muhajir
234. Mu'attib Ibn Qushayr Al-Awsi
235. Mu'attib Ibn Ubayd Al-Awsi
236. Mu'awwadh Ibn Amr Ibn al-Jamuh Al-Khazraji
237. Muhammad Ibn Maslamah Al-Awsi - - First Ombudsman. bh35-46 / 589-666
238. Muhriz Ibn Nadhlah Al-Muhajir
239. Muhriz Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
240. Muharriz Ibn Rafe'a Al-Awsi
241. Mujadhdhar (Al-Mujadhdhar) Ibn Ziyad Al-Khazraji
242. Mulayl Ibn Wabrah Al-Khazraji
243. Mundhir (Al-Mundhir) Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji - Shahid at Bir Ma'unah in 4h / 625
244. Mundhir (Al-Mundhir) Ibn Muhammad Al-Awsi - Shahid at Bir Ma'unah in 4h / 625
245. Mundhir (Al-Mundhir) Ibn Qudama Ibn 'Arfajah Al-Awsi
246. Murarah Ibn ar-Rabi' Al-Awsi
247. Mus'ab Ibn 'Umayr Al-Muhajir - - - Shahid in Uhud 3h / 625
248. Nasr (An-Nasr) Ibn al-Harith Al-Awsi
249. Nawfal Ibn Abdullah Al-Khazraji
250. Nu'ayman Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
251. Nu'man Ibn Abd Amr Al-Khazraji
252. Nu'man Ibn Abu Khazamah
253. Nu'man Ibn Amr Ibn Rifa'ah Al-Khazraji
254. Nu'man Ibn Al-A'raj Ibn Malik Al-Khazraji
255. Nu'man Ibn 'Asr Al-Awsi
256. Nu'man Ibn Malik Al-Khazraji
257. Nu'man Ibn Sinan Al-Khazraji
258. Qatadah Ibn An-Nu'man Al-Awsi
259. Qays Ibn Amr Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
260. Qays Ibn Mihsan Al-Khazraji
261. Qays Ibn Mukhallad Al-Khazraji
262. Qays Ibn as-Sakan Al-Khazraji
263. Qudamah Ibn Maz'un Al-Muhajir
264. Qutbah Ibn Amir Al-Khazraji
265. Rabi'ah Ibn Aktham Al-Muhajir
266. Rabi' Ibn Iyas Al-Khazraji
267. Rafe'a Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji
268. Rafe'a Ibn Malik Al-Khazraji
269. Rafe'a Ibn 'Unjudah Al-Awsi - - - - Shahid in Uhud 3h/625
270. Rafe'a Ibn Yazid Al-Awsi
271. Rashid Ibn Al-Mu'alla Al-Khazraji
272. Rib'i Ibn Rafe'a Al-Awsi
273. Rifa'ah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
274. Rifa'ah Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji
275. Rifa'ah Ibn Rafe'a Al-Khazraji
276. Rakhilah Ibn Tha'labah Al-Khazraji
277. Sa'ad Ibn Khawli Al-Muhajir
278. Sa'ad Ibn Mu'adh Al-Awsi - - - Shahid in Ahzab 5h / bh33-5h / 590-627
279. Sa'ad Ibn Ar-Rabi' Al-Khazraji - - Shahid in Uhud 3h/625
280. Sa'ad Ibn Sa'ad Al-Khazraji
281. Sa'ad Ibn Suhayl Al-Khazraji
282. Sa'ad Ibn 'Ubadah Al-Khazraji - - Aqabah II. d. in 15h/637
283. Sa'ad Ibn 'Ubayd Al-Awsi
284. Sa'ad Ibn 'Uthman Al-Khazraji
285. Sa'ad Ibn Zayd Al-Awsi
286. Sa'ad Mawla Hatib Ibn Abu Balta'a Al-Muhajir
287. Sabrah Ibn Fatik Al-Muhajir
288. Sabih Mawla Abu Al-Aas Al-Muhajir
289. Sa'eb (As-Sa'eb) Ibn 'Uthman Ibn Maz'un Al-Muhajir
290. Sahl Ibn 'Atik Al-Khazraji
291. Sahl Ibn Hunayf Al-Awsi - - Ali's Governor of Madinah. d. in Kufa 38h / 658
292. Sahl Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
293. Sahl Ibn Rafe'a Al-Khazraji
294. Salamah Ibn Aslam Al-Awsi
295. Salamah Ibn Salamah Al-Awsi
296. Salamah Ibn Thabit Al-Awsi
297. Salim Ibn 'Umayr Al-Awsi
298. Salim Mawla Abu Hudhayfah Al-Muhajir
299. Salit Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji - - Shahid in bBridge, Iraq, against Persians 13h / 634
300. Sawad Ibn Ghaziyyah Al-Khazraji
301. Sawad Ibn Razam Al-Khazraji
302. Sayfiy Ibn Sawad Al-Khazraji
303. Shammas Ibn 'Uthman Al-Muhajir
304. Sharik Ibn Anas Al-Awsi
305. Shuja' Ibn Wahb Ibn Rabi'a Al-Muhajir
306. Simak Ibn Sa'ad Al-Khazraji
307. Sinan Ibn Abu Sinan Ibn Mihsan Al-Muhajir
308. Sinan Ibn Sayfi Al-Khazraji
309. Subay' Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
310. Sufyan Ibn Bishr Al-Khazraji
311. Suhayb Ibn Sinan Ar-Rumi Al-Muhajir -- - bh34-38 / 590-659
312. Suhayl Ibn Rafe'a Al-Khazraji
313. Suhayl Ibn Wahb Al-Muhajir
314. Sulaym Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
315. Sulaym Ibn Al-Harith Al-Khazraji
316. Sulaym Ibn Milhan Al-Khazraji
317. Sulaym Ibn Qays Al-Khazraji
318. Suraqa Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
319. Suraqa Ibn Ka'ab Al-Khazraji
320. Suwaybit Ibn Sa'ad Ibn Harmalah Al-Muhajir
321. Tamim Mawla Bani Ghanm Al-Awasi
322. Tamim Mawla Khirash Ibn As-Simmah Al-Khazraji
323. Tamim Ibn Yu'ar Ibn Qays Ibn Adi Al-Khazraji (Lived in Sindh. Descendants in Chiniot. Buried in Kovalam, Kerala, India)
324. Thabit Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
325. Thabit Ibn Arqam Al-Awsi - Shahid before bBuzakhah against Tulayhah 12h / 633
326. Thabit Ibn Hazzal Al-Khazraji
327. Thabit Ibn Khalid Al-Khazraji
328. Thabit Ibn Khansa Al-Khazraji
329. Thabit Ibn Tha'labah Al-Khazraji
330. Tha'labah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
331. Tha'labah Ibn Ghanamah Al-Khazraji
332. Tha'labah Ibn Khaatib Ibn Amr Al-Awsi
333. Thaqf Ibn 'Amr
334. Tufayl Ibn Al-Harith Ibn Al-Muttalib Al-Muhajir
335. Tufayl Ibn Malik Al-Khazraji
336. Tufayl Ibn An-Nu'man Al-Khazraji
337. Tulayb Ibn 'Umayr Al-Muhajir - Shahid in bAjnadin against Byzantine, 13h / 634
338. Ubadah Ibn as-Samit Al-Khazraji - Aqabah I and II. d. in Jerusalem 34h / 654
339. Ubayd Ibn Abu 'Ubayd Al-Awsi
340. Ubayd Ibn Aws Al-Awsi
341. Ubayd Ibn At-Tayyihan Al-Awsi
342. Ubayd Ibn Zayd Al-Khazraji
343. Ubayi Ibn Ka'ab Al-Khazraji - Katib Wahy.First Imam of Tarawih. d. in Damascus 29h / 649
344. Ukasha Ibn Mihsan Al-Muhajir - Sh before bBuzakhah against Tulayhah 12h/633
345. Umarah Ibn Hazm Al-Khazraji
346. Umarah Ibn Ziyad Al-Awsi
347. Umayr Ibn 'Amir Al-Khazraji
348. Umayr Ibn Haram Ibn Al-Jamuh Al-Khazraji
349. Unays Ibn Qatadah Al-Awsi
350. 'Uqbah Ibn 'Amir Ibn Naba Al-Khazraji - Gov of Egypt. d. in Cairo 58h / 677
351. 'Uqbah Ibn 'Uthman Al-Khazraji
352. 'Uqbah Ibn Wahb Ibn Khaldah Al-Khazraji
353. 'Uqbah Ibn Wahb Ibn Rabi'ah Al-Muhajir
354. 'Usaymah Halif of the Bani Ashja' Al-Khazraji
355. 'Utbah Ibn 'Abdullah Al-Khazraji
356. 'Utbah Ibn Ghazwan Al-Muhajir - - Died in 18h / 639
357. 'Utbah Ibn Rabi'ah Al-Khazraji
358. 'Uthman Ibn Maz'un Al-Muhajir - - Died soon after Badr 2h / 624
359. 'Uwaym Ibn Sa'idah Al-Awsi
360. Wada'ah Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
361. Wahb Ibn Sa'ad Ibn Abu Sarh Al-Muhahjir
362. Waraqa Ibn Iyas Al-Khazraji
363. Waqid Ibn 'Abdullah Al-Muhajir
364. Yazid Ibn Al-Akhnas Al-Muhajir
365. Yazid Ibn Hiram Al-Khazraji
366. Yazid Ibn Al-Mundhir Al-Khazraji
367. Yazid Ibn Ruqaysh Al-Muhajir
368. Yazid Ibn As-Sakan Al-Awsi
369. Zayd Ibn Aslam Al-Awsi
370. Zayd Ibn Harithah Al-Muhajir - Shahid as I Commander in bMuta 8h bh46-8h/578-629
371. Zayd Ibn Al-Khattab Al-Muhajir - Shahid in the bYamamah against Musaylamah 11h / 632
372. Zayd Ibn Al-Mu'alla Al-Khazraji
373. Zayd Ibn Al-Muzayyin Al-Khazraji
374. Zayd Ibn Wadi'ah Al-Khazraji
375. Ziyad Ibn 'Amr Al-Khazraji
376. Ziyad Ibn Labid Al-Khazraji
377. Ziyad Ibn As-Sakan Al-Awsi - - Shahid in Uhud 3h / 625
378. Zuhayr Ibn Rafe'a Al-Awsi
87 Muhajir Incl Rasool-Allah

Compiled by Muhammad Tariq Ghazi (referenced to several authentic sources like Hadith and Seerah Books).

2016-06-27 Mon 19:39:46 ct