Kurdić, Šefik
December 2013
Proceedings of the Islamic Pedagogical Faculty of the University;2013, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p17
Conference Proceeding
The companions of the Prophet (sahaba) were the best generation of men that has ever appeared on the Earth. They implemented the Book of Allah most profoundly, by their strict following of the Prophet, saws. Unfortunately, in time, there were attempts to distort the image of this honourable generation, so different untruths were invented in order to degrade their contribution to the overall Islamic triumph. The aim of this paper is to shed light on their true role and to place them where they belong in history. Since the four imams have had the strongest influence on Muslims in Islamic history, we present their perception of the companions and their place within the Islamic learning.


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