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The Tābiʿū al-Tābʿīn (Arabic: تَابِعُو ٱلتَّابِعِينَ, singular Arabic: تَابِعُ ٱلتَّابِعِينَ) is the generation after the Tābi‘ūn in Islam. Sunni Muslims include them among the best generations on Earth, along with the Tābiʿūn and the Ṣaḥābah.
Definition according to the SunnisEdit
The Sunnis define a Tābiʿ al-Tābʿīn as a Muslim who:
- Saw at least one of the Tābiʿun.
- Was rightly guided. (That would be, according to Sunnis, one who adheres to the beliefs and actions of the Ahlus Sunnah wal-Jama'ah).
- And the one who died in that state. Sunnis consider the Tabi' al-Tabi'un as the best generation after the Tābiʿun.
List of Tābiʿ al-TābʿīnEdit
- Sufyan al-Thawri (97–161 A.H.)
- Sufyan ibn `Uyaynah (d. 198 A.H.)
- Malik Ibn Anas
- Abu Yusuf
- Muhammad al-Shaybani
- Al-Awza'i (d. 158 A.H.)
- Abdullah ibn Mubarak (118/726-797 AH/CE)
- Muhammad al-Bukhari
- Ahmad ibn Hanbal
- Al-Layth Ibn Sa'd
- Hammad Ibn Zayd
- Makki ibn Ibrahim (125–210 A.H.; 742–825 AD)
- Fudhail ibn Iyadh
- Dawood At-Tai
- Sirri As-Saqti (155-253 A.H.)
- Abdullah Shah Ghazi
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