Khabbab ibn al-Aratt

Khabbab ibn al-Aratt (Arabic: خَبَّاب ٱبْن ٱلْأَرَتّ‎, Khabbāb ibn al-ʾAratt, born c. 587), was a Sahabah of Muhammad from the Yamama region and an ethnic Chaldean.[citation needed] He is a revered member of the early Muslim community.[citation needed] He was reportedly a master swordsmith, and he participated in all the later battles of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[citation needed] His son, Abdullah, was a commander in Ali's army in the Battle of Nahrawan and was killed by the Khawarij.[citation needed]

Khabbab ibn al-Aratt
خَبَّاب ٱبْن ٱلْأَرَتّ
Born36 BH
Al-Yamama
Died37 AH
(age 73)
Kufa
ChildrenAbdullah ibn Khabbab
KunyaAbu Abdullah
(أَبُو عَبْد ٱلله)
ReligionIslam
Venerated inSunni Islam

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Further readingEdit

  • Musharraf, Muhammad Nabeel. "Khabbab Ibn Al-Arat". Retrieved 14 August 2020.