Kaʽb bin Zaid bin An-Najjar

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Kaʽb bin Zaid bin An-Najjar was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[1] Kaʽb bin Zaid bin An-Najjar participated in the attack against the Muslims, initiated by Amir bin Tufayl and Banu Salim[citation needed]. He was the only survivor[citation needed]. He later died in the Battle of the Trench.[2]

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  1. ^ AbdelKader, Tayob (1999). "Ṭabarī on the Companions of the Prophet: Moral and Political Contours in Islamic Historical Writing". Journal of the American Oriental Society. 119 (2): 203–210. doi:10.2307/606105. JSTOR 606105.
  2. ^ Mubarakpuri, The sealed nectar: biography of the Noble Prophet, pp. 352.
  • Tayob, A. I. (1999). Ṭabarī on the Companions of the Prophet: Moral and Political Contours in Islamic Historical Writing. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 203-210.