Sahl ibn Sa'd

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Sahl ibn Sa'd al-Sa'idi (سهل بن سعد) was one of the prominent Sahaba, or direct companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, a member of the Ansar [1] and an early Muslim scholar. He died in 91 AH. He was born as a Muslim, he narrated 188 hadeth's.[2]