The Stories of the Sahaba - The Loyal Ansar Vol 3 By Noura Durkee
Author: Noura Durkee
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9 inch
Publication year: 1999
About This Book:
Noura Durkee's book "The Stories of the Sahaba - The Loyal Ansar Vol 3" This book is part of a series on the lives and tales of the Sahaba, the Prophet Muhammad's associates in Islam. This chapter focuses on the Ansar, a group of early Muslims in Medina noted for their unflinching commitment and support to the Prophet Muhammad, as well as the Muhajirun (Mecca emigrants). Noura Durkee's essay strives to provide readers a better appreciation of the Ansar's importance in early Muslim society and their devotion to the cause of Islam. These anecdotes demonstrate Ansar's principles of loyalty, sacrifice, and community support.
“The Loyal Ansar” is the third volume in the series entitled Stories of the Sahabah, adapted by the popular author Noura Durkee who offers 5 books detailing the lives of the Sahabah of the Prophet(s). It’s a collection of beautifully written biographies encompasses the lives of the dedicated Madinah hosts of Prophet (peace be upon him and his family!) and his Makah companions. This volume contains the biographies of seventeen of the Ansar (Helpers) who supported the prophet Muhammad with everything they had, after he made the Hijrah (Migration) to Madinah. These biographies of the Ansar include Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, Mu'adh ibn Jabal, Umm Imarah, Hudhayfah and many more. This series presents the lives of the Sahabah for younger generations of Muslims through rich and engaging stories.