The Prophet's companions
Suhaib Ar-Rumi performed the hijrah (migration to Madinah) and sacrificed his personal wealth. His intention was not hyped to the public.
the Prophet (Pbuh) chose Mus`ab to be his "ambassador" to Yathrib to teach a small group of believers who had come to pledge allegiance to Islam.
The strict honesty of the Prophet was one of the characteristics that led Salman to believe in him and accept Islam.
Asma’ bint Abi Bakr belonged to a distinguished Muslim family. Her father, Abu Bakr, was a close friend of the Prophet and the first caliph.
Al-Bara' ibn Malik Al-Ansari, the brother of Anas ibn Malik, the personal aide of the Prophet (Pbuh). He was a brave and courageous hero.
The Prophet (Pbuh) stayed in Abu Ayyub's house for almost seven months from the period he entered Madinah until his mosque was completed
The greatness of Khadijah vividly showed in its best form from the time her husband was commissioned as a Prophet until she died.
Ibn Mas`ud received a unique kind of training in the household of the Prophet. "He was the closest to the Prophet in character."
Abdullah's heart was enthusiastic and his mind was pure and uncluttered, so he was able to commit the Prophet's words to memory
Abu `Ubaydah is one of the ten Companions who were given the glad tidings of entering Paradise.
Abdur-Rahman accepted Islam only two days after Abu Bakr as-Siddiq before the Prophet entered the house of al-Arqam.
Abu Bakr was known for his good, upright nature, honest and truthful. This manner won him the friendship of young Muhammad (pbuh)
Al-Baqi` is the principal cemetery of the people of Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah and has been so since the time of Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh)
This topic shows how the Companions behaved throughout their lives—setting sublime examples of adherence to the Sunnah.