Sahaba

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Sahaba or As-Sahaba (Arabic: الصحابة), meaning the companions, refers to the companions, friends and family of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.[1][2] They are highly respected by Muslims and after saying any name of a sahabi, muslims usually say Radhiya llahu anhu (Arabic: رضي الله عنه‎), meaning "well-pleased is Allah with them".[3]

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  1. [Source: Al-Isâbah (1/4-5) of al-Hâfidh lbn Hajar]
  2. "Companions of the Prophet - Islamic history".
  3. "The Quran, sura 9, verse 100". www.perseus.tufts.edu. line feed character in |title= at position 11 (help)