Hazrat inb-e-abbas (Radhiyallahu anhu) thirst for knowledge short islamic stories of prophets

Hazrat inb-e-abbas (Radhiyallahu anhu) thirst for knowledge short islamic stories of prophets

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short islamic stories of prophets
short islamic stories of prophets

Hazrat Abdullah bin Abbas (Radhiyallahu get cov anhu) says

        After the passing away of the Prophet (Sallallahu alaihe wa sallam), I said to an Ansari friend of mine. The Prophet (Sallallahu alaihe wasallam) is not now with us. But a large nunmber of Sahabah are still among us.

        Let us go to them and get knowledge of the Islamic prac- tices" He said. 'Who is going to approach you for have learning a regulation in the presence of these eminent Sahabah ?

        I was not discouraged. I kept up my quest for knowledge and approached every person who was supposed to have heard something from the Prophet (Sallallahu alaihe wa sallam).

       I managed to gather substantial information from the Ansar. If on Is am a s people 1 fo PAGEN my visit to someone of the Sahabah, I found him asleep,

      I spread my shawl at the gate and sat waiting. Sometimes my face and body would get covered with dust, but I kept sitting till they woke and I was able to contact them. Some of them said: 'Abdullah you are the cousin of the Prophet (Sallallahu alaihe wa sallam);

        you could have sent for us. Why did you take the trouble of coming to our places ?  I said to them: 'I must come to you, for I am a student and you are my teachers.'

    Some people for whom I had waited said: Since when have you been waiting for us ? I informed them that I had been sitting there for a pretty long time.

         They said: 'What pity! You could have awakened us from our sleep. I said I did not like to dis- turb you for my own sake.' I thus carried on my pursuits,

        till there came a time when people began to flock to me for learning. My Ansari friend realised this at that time and remarked.

This boy has surely proved himself more sensible would than us.


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