Sa`ad ibn ar-Rabi`
Sa`ad ibn ar-Rabī` (Arabic: سعد بن الربيع) was a sahaba (companion) of Muhammad. Muhammad made brothers between him and Abdul-Rahman bn ‘Aouf, and he insisted to give his brother half of his wealth and one of his two orchards. He was one of the chiefs who attended the ‘Aqabah Pledge of Allegiance. He was killed in the battle of Uhud.
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