Tarihin Salh Ibn Sa'd Daga Saliadeen Sicey

Sahl Sa'd

Sahl, wanda ya kasance tare da Manzon Allah SAW tsawon shekaru goma, kuma ya yi koyi da shahararrun Sahabbai bayan haka, ya yi tsawon rai. Ya kwashe tsawon rayuwarsa yana yiwa Musulunci hidima. Ya rasu a garin Madina a shekara ta 91 da hijira yana dan shekara 96 ​​a duniya. Kusan babu wani Sahabi da ya rayu a lokacin.

Lokacin da Annabi (SAW) ya yi hijira zuwa Madina, daya daga cikin yaran da suka tarbe shi Sahl Yana da kimanin shekara biyar a lokacin. Mahaifinsa Sa’ad bin Malik ya kasance musulmi kafin hijira; don haka, Sahl, ta taso ne a gidan musulmi. Sunansa na ainihi shine "Hanza" amma Annabi ya canza shi da "Sahl".

Yan’uwan Sahl, Na’ila da Umra, na daga cikin matan da suka musulunta, suka yi wa Manzon Allah (saw) bai’a a Madina.

Duk da karancin shekarunsa, ya halarci yakin Tabuka . Ya ce: "Ni ne mafi ƙanƙanta a cikin abokaina, kuma ni ne wanda ya iya karatun Alƙur'ani ." 

Sahl, wanda ya kasance tare da Manzon Allah tsawon shekaru goma, kuma ya yi koyi da shahararrun Sahabbai bayan haka, ya yi tsawon rai. Ya kwashe tsawon rayuwarsa yana yiwa Musulunci hidima. Ya rasu a garin Madina a shekara ta 91 da hijira yana dan shekara 96 ​​a duniya. Kusan babu wani Sahabi da ya rayu a lokacin.

Sahl wanda ya ga wani muhimmin lokaci na tarihin Musulunci tsawon shekaru 91, ya ruwaito hadisai 188. Wasu daga cikinsu sune kamar haka:

"Yin aiki da hankali da kiyayewa na Allah ne, kuma gaugawar aiki na shaidan ne"

"Da duniya tana da kima kamar fikafikan kuda [idan aka kwatanta da lahira], da ba zai ba kafiri ko loma ba"

"Idan Allah ya shiryar da wani ta hanyar ku, ya fi kyau a gare ku da ku mallaki jajayen rakuma.

Shi dan kabilar Banu Sa’ida ne kuma shahararren sahabin Manzon Allah (s) ne . Yana da shekara 15 Annabi (SAW) ya yi wafati An ce sunansa Hazan (bakin ciki) kuma Annabi (s) ya sa masa suna Sahl (mai sauki) . Laƙabinsa shi ne Abu l-Abbas  ko Abu Yahya . Al-Shaykh al-Tusi ya lissafta shi a cikin sahabban Imam Ali (RA).

Madogara.

[1] Usd al-Ghaba, 2: 367; Tabaqat, 3: 624-625; Isaba, 2: 88; Istiab, 2: 95; Musnad, 5: 332-333.

[2] Tirmidhi, Birr: 66.

[3] Tirmidhi, Zuhd: 13; Ibn Majah, Zuhd: 3.

[4] Bukhari, Cihad: 103.

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