Sabrah ibn Ma'bad

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Sabrah ibn Ma'bad al-Juhani (Arabic: سبرة بن معبد) was one of the companions of Muhammad.

Name[edit]

Other transliterations and full name include "Abu Suraiya Saburah ibn Ma'bad ibn 'Ausaja al-Juhani", "Abu Rabi' al-Madani", "Sabura al-juhanni", and "Sabra Juhanni".

Biography[edit]

Family[edit]

He was from the Juhinah tribe located around the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia. The Juhainah tribe still inhabits the area around the city of Medina today. He had a son named Rabi ibn Sabra.[1]

Life[edit]

He lived in Medina, participated in the Battle of the Trench, and died during the rule of Muawiya I.[2][1]

Narrations[edit]

He is the source for the hadith of Sabra reporting on the prohibition of Mut'ah.

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