Companions of Muhammad PBUH One Liner MCQs

Abdullah ibn Abi Qhuhafah 573 CE – 23 August 634 CE, popularly known by his nicknameAbu Bakr , was a senior companion (Sahabi) and the father-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He ruled over the Rashidun Caliphatefrom 632 to 634 CE, when he became the first Muslim Caliph following Muhammad's death. As caliph, Abu Bakr succeeded to the political and administrative functions previously exercised by Muhammad. He was also commonly known as The Truthful. 
As a young man, Abu Bakr became a merchant and he travelled extensively in Arabia and neighboring lands in the Middle East, through which he gained both wealth and experience. He eventually came to be recognized as the chief of his clan. On his return from a business trip to Yemen, he was informed that in his absence Muhammad had openly declared his prophethood. Not long after, Abu Bakr accepted Islam and was the first person outside the family of Muhammad to openly become a Muslim. He was instrumental in the conversion of many people to the Islamic faith and early in 623, Abu Bakr's daughter Aisha was married to Muhammad, strengthening the ties between the two men. 
Abu Bakr served as a trusted advisor and was the father-in-law to Muhammad. During the lifetime of Muhammad, he was involved in several campaigns such as the Battle of Uhud, the Battle of the Trench, the Invasion of Banu Qurayza, Battle of Khaybar, the Conquest of Mecca, the Battle of Hunayn, the Siege of Ta'if and the Battle of Tabuk, where he was reported to have given all of his wealth for the preparation of this expedition. He also participated in the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah and was made one of the witnesses over the pact. 
Abu Bakr's Caliphate lasted for a little over two years (or 27 months), ending with his death after an illness. Though the period of his caliphate was not long, it included successful invasions of the two most powerful empires of the time, a remarkable achievement in its own right. He set in motion a historical trajectory that in a few decades would create one of the largest empires in history.


  • Hazrat Asad died first among the Sahabah.
  • Hamza & Hussain are known as leader of Martyrs.
  • Hazrat Usman Bin Talha was the Key holder of Kaaba. 
  • Hazrat Saad bin Ubi waqas conquered Persia firstly.
  • Qabeela bin Qais is known as cup bearer of Zam Zam.
  • Abbas was instrumental in bringing abu Sufiyan in Islam.
  • Periods of Caliphs

Abu Bakar 632-634
Hazrat Umar 634-644
Hazrat Usman 644-656
Hazrat Ali 656-661


  • Abu Bakar 2 Year 3 Month
  • Hazrat Umar 10 Year 5 Month 21 Day.
  • Hazrat Usman 12 Year.
  • Hazrat Ali 4 Year 9 Month.
  • Hazrat Abu Bakar was the merchant of cloth.
  • Real name of Hazrat Abu Bakar was Abdullah.
  • Apostasy movement took place in the khilafat of Abu Bakar.
  • Hazrat Abu Bakar died in 22nd of Jamadi-us-Sani 13 AH.
  • Hazrat Umar embraced Islam at the age of 33 or 27.
  • Abu Lulu Feroz, the slave martyred Hazrat Umar Farooq.
  • Hazrat Umar Farooq was martyred on 1st Muharram 24 A.H.
  • Hazrat Umar introduced Hijra Calender.
  • Hazat Usman is known as Zul Noorain because he wedded with two daughters of Prophet: Rukya+Umme Qulsoom.
  • Usman accepted Islam at the instigation of Abu Bakar.
  • Asadullah & Haider-e-Karar were the epithets of Hazrat Ali.
  • Ali married Fatima in 2nd Hijra.
  • Hazrat Ali was born at Khane-e-Kaaba.
  • Hazrat Ali was martyred on 21st Ramzan 40 A.H.
  • In Ghawa Uhad Hazrat Ali was awarded with Zulifqar.
  • Hazrat Umer accepted islam in 616 A.D. 
  • Hazrat Umar established the office of Qazi.
  • Hazrat Umar added As Salato Khairum Min Noum.
  • Hazrat Umar embraced the Islam at the age of 34.
  • Usman migrated to Habsha 
  • Hazat Usman participated in all battles except Badr.
  • In the reign of Usama, Muwaviah established naval fleet.
  • Only sahabi without seeing Prophet Awais Karni.
  • Umar levied zakat on horses.
  • Ali lifted zakat on horses.
  • Abu Bakr had knowledge of dreams.
  • Usman added 2nd Azan for Friday prayers.
  • Atique is the title of Hazrat Abu Bakr.
  • Hazrat Umar established Department of Police.
  • Hazrat Umar formed a parliament, namely Majlis-e-Aam.
  • Ghani was the title of Hazrat Usman (RA).
  • Hazrat Ali has the title the gateway to knowledge.
  • Hazrat Ali remained Caliph for 4 years and 9 months.
  • Hazrat Ali is buried at Najaf.
  • Ameer Mavia established the postal system.
  • Amer bin Aas embraced Islam in 7th Hijra.
  • Khalild bin Waleed embraced Islam in 7th Hijra.
  • First Moazin of Islam, Hazrat Bilal.
  • The home of Hazrat Abu Ayub Ansaari was the first place where the Prophet stayed in Madina Shareef.
  • The first person sent to spread Islam under the instructions of the Prophet was Mus'ab bin Umair who was sent to Madinah.
  • The first person to make Ijtihaad was Abu Bakr Siddique 
  • Hazrat Abu Zirr Ghaffari is known as the first Dervish.
  • Abdullah ibn Maz’oom:first person buried in Jannatul Baqi. 
  • Hazrat Umar was the first person to perform Janazah Salaah in Jamaat with four Takbeers.
  • First census of Islamic world in Umer’s period.
  • The first person to become murtad (out of the folds of Islam) was either Muqees bin Khubaaba or Ubaidullah bin Jahash.
  • Salah-udin Ayubi conquered Bait ul Muqadas.
  • Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani is buried at Baghdad.
  • Shah Jahan Mosque is at Thatta. 
  • Indonesia is the biggest Islamic Country Population wise.
  • Maldives is the smallest Islamic country area wise.
  • Hazrat Data Ganj Bux is buried in Lahore.
  • Abyssinia is an old name of Ethiopia.
  • Mesopotamia is the old name of Iraq.
  • Constantinople is and old name of Istanbul.
  • Persia is an old name of Iran.
  • Albania is Europe’s only Islamic country.
  • Sinai Peninsula is only land bridge between Asia and Africa.
  • Egypt connects Africa with Europe continent. 
  • Al Azhar University is in Cairo.
  • Shah Faisal Mosque is in Islamabad.
  • Jibraeel will be first person questioned on Day of Qiyamah.
  • From amongst the animals, the first animal to be brought back to life will be the Buraaq of Prophet Muhammad.
  • The first meal in Jannah will be fish liver.
  • The first Ibaadat on earth was Tauba (repentance).
  • The first Mujaddid of Islam is Hazrat Umar bin Abdul Aziz.
  • First book of Hadith compiled was Muata by Imam Malik.
  • Mosque of Prophet was damaged due to fire in the reign of Motasim Billah.
  • Jamia mosque of Damascus was built by Walid bin Malik.
  • Badshahi mosque Lahore was built by Shah Jahan.
  • Faisal mosque was opened for public in 1987.
  • Umm-us-Saheehain is Imam Malik: Mauta.
  • Mohd: bin Ismael Bukhari comprised of 4,000 hadiths
  • Bukhari Sharif & Muslim Sharif are called Sahihain.
  • Imam Tirmazy was a student of Abu Dawood.
  • Imam Nisai=Ahmed bin Shoaib.
  • Kitab-ul-Kharaj was written by Imam Abu Yousuf.
  • Mahmood Ghaznavi called kidnapper of scholars.
  • Dara Shakoh was a mystic.
  • Mulla Nizam-ud-Din founded the school of Dars-e-Nizamia.
  • Rabia Basry was born in 95 A.H.
  • Baqee Billah revolted against Akbar’s deen-e-Ilahi firstly.
  • Shaikh Ahmed Sirhandi was given the title of Mujadid alf Sani by Mulla Abdul Hakeem.
  • Baba Fareed Ganj Shakr married to the daughter of Balban.
  • Toosi built Margha astronomical observatory.
  • Mamoon of west is al-Zahrawi.
  • Shah Waliullah wrote Mawahb-ur-Rehman.

Aṣ-ṣaḥābah  were the companions of the prophet Muhammad, who had met or had seen him at the time of when he was alive as well as wanting to intentionally see him. The approximate total of the sahaba is over two hundred thousand. Here is a list of some popular Sahabah:-

  • Abbad ibn Bishr
  • Abdullah ibn Ja'far
  • Abdu'l-Rahman ibn Abu Bakr
  • Abd ar-Rahman ibn 'Awf
  • [[Abdur Rahman bin Awf]
  • Abdullah ibn Abbas
  • Abdullah ibn Abd-Allah ibn Ubayyi
  • Abdullah ibn 'Amr ibn al-'As
  • Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr
  • Abdullah ibn Hudhafah as-Sahmi
  • Abdullah ibn Jahsh
  • Abdullah ibn Mas`ud
  • Abdullah ibn Suhail
  • Abdullah ibn Rawahah
  • Abdullah ibn Salam
  • Abdullah ibn `Umar
  • Abdullah ibn Umm Maktum
  • Abîd ibn Hamal
  • Abîd ibn Hunay
  • Abjr al-Muzni[ar]
  • Abu al-Aas ibn al-Rabiah
  • Abu Ayyub al-Ansari
  • Abbas ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib
  • Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (Real name : Abdullah Ibn Qahafah)
  • Abu Dardaa
  • Abû Dhar al-Ghifârî
  • Abu Dujana
  • Abu Fuhayra
  • Abu-Hudhayfah ibn Utbah
  • Abu Hurairah
  • Abu Jandal ibn Suhail
  • Abu Lubaba ibn Abd al-Mundhir
  • Abu Musa al-Ashari
  • Abu Sa`id al-Khudri
  • Abu Salama `Abd Allah ibn `Abd al-Asad
  • Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith
  • Abu Sufyan ibn Harb
  • Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah
  • Abzâ al-Khuzâ`î[ar]
  • Adhayna ibn al-Hârith[ar]
  • Adî ibn Hâtim at-Tâî
  • Aflah ibn Abî Qays[ar]
  • Ahmad ibn Hafs[ar]
  • Ahmar Abu `Usayb[ar]
  • Ahmar ibn Jazi[ar][1]
  • Ahmar ibn Mazan ibn Aws[ar]
  • Ahmar ibn Mu`awiya ibn Salim[ar]
  • Ahmar ibn Qatan al-Hamdani[ar]
  • Ahmar ibn Salim[ar]
  • Ahmar ibn Suwa'i ibn `Adi[ar]
  • Ahmar Mawla Umm Salama[ar]
  • Ahnaf ibn Qais
  • Ahyah ibn Umayya ibn Khalaf[ar]
  • Ahzâb bin Usaid (pronounced with an alif)
  • Âisha bint Abî Bakr
  • Al-'Ala' Al-Hadrami
  • Al-Bara' ibn Mâlik al-Ansârî
  • Al-Qa'qa'a ibn Amr at-Tamimi
  • Ali ibn Abi Talib
  • Ammar bin Yasir
  • Amr bin Al`âs
  • Amr ibn al-Jamuh
  • Amru bin Ma'adi Yakrib
  • Anas ibn Nadhar
  • Anas ibn Mâlik
  • An-Nu`aymân ibn `Amr
  • An-Nu`mân ibn Muqarrin
  • Arbad ibn Jabir[ar]
  • Al-Arqam ibn-abil-Arqam
  • Asmâ' bint Abî Bakr
  • Asmâ' bint Umays
  • Asim ibn Thabit
  • Asim ibn Umar
  • At-Tufayl ibn Amr ad-Dawsi
  • Ayyash ibn abi Rabiah sahabiyyah
  • Abu Mihjan as Tsaqafi

  • Bilal ibn Malik al-Mazni
  • Bilal ibn Rabah
  • Dihyah al-Kalbi
  • Dhiraar bin Al-Azwar
  • Fadl ibn Abbas
  • Fatima az-Zahra bint Muhammad
  • Fatima bint Al-Aswad
  • Fatima bint al-Walid ibn Abdi Shams[ar]
  • Fatima bint al-Walid ibn al-Moughira[ar]
  • Fatima bint az-Zubayr[ar]
  • Fatima bint Asad
  • Fayruz ad-Daylami
  • Habab ibn Mundhir
  • Habib ibn Zayd al-Ansari
  • Habibah binte Ubayd-Allah
  • Hafsa bint Umar ibn al-Khattab
  • Hakim ibn Hizam
  • Halimah bint Abi Dhuayb
  • Hammanah bint Jahsh
  • Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib
  • Hanzala Ibn Abi Amir
  • Al-Harith ibn Hisham ibn Al-Mugheera[ar]
  • Harith ibn Rab'i
  • Hashim ibn Utbah
  • Hassan ibn Thabit
  • Hatib bin Abi Balta'ah
  • Hind bint Awf (ar)
  • Hind bint Utbah
  • Hisham ibn Al-A'as[3]
  • Hudhayfah ibn al-Yaman
  • Hujr ibn 'Adi
  • Hassan
  • Hussain
  • Ibrahim Abû Râfa`i[ar]
  • Ibrahim al-`Adhrî[ar]
  • Ibrahim al-Ansârî[ar]
  • Ibrahim al-Ashhali[ar]
  • Ibrahim an-Najâr[ar]
  • Ibrahim at-Ta'ifi[ar]
  • Ibrahim al-Thaqafi[ar]
  • Ibrahim az-Zuhrî[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn `Abdillah[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Hârith[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn `Ibad ibn Asaf[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Jabir[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Khalâd[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Muhammad
  • Ibrahim ibn Na`îm[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Qays[ar]
  • Ibrahim ibn Qays ibn Hajar[ar]
  • Ikrima ibn Abi Jahl
  • Imran ibn Husain
  • Isaf ibn Anmar as-Salmi[ar]
  • Ishaq al-Ghanawy[ar]
  • Isma`il ibn `Abdillah al-Ghafari[ar]
  • Isma`il ibn Sa`id ibn `Abid[ar]
  • Jabr
  • Jabir ibn Abdullah al-Ansari
  • Jafar ibn Abi Talib
  • Jubayr ibn Mut'im
  • Julaybib
  • Jarir ibn Abdullah Al Bajali
  • Ka'b ibn Zuhayr
  • Khadijah bint Khuwaylid
  • Khalid ibn al-As[ar]
  • Khalid ibn al-Waleed
  • Khalid ibn Sa`id
  • Kharija bin Huzafa
  • Khawlah bint Hakim
  • Khubayb ibn Adiy
  • Khunays ibn Hudhayfa
  • Khuzayma ibn Thabit
  • Kinana ibn Rabi`
  • Khabab ibn al-Arat al-Tamimi
  • Al-Khansa
  • Labid ibn Rabi'a
  • Layla bint al-Minhal
  • Lubaba bint al-Harith
  • Lubaynah
  • Malik al-Dar
  • Maria al-Qibtiyya
  • Malik al-Ashtar
  • Maymuna bint al-Harith
  • Mazin bin Ghadooba
  • Miqdad ibn al-Aswad
  • Mu`adh ibn `Amr
  • Mu`adh ibn Jabal
  • Mu`awwaz ibn `Amr
  • Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr
  • Muhammad ibn Maslamah
  • Munabbih ibn Kamil
  • Mus`ab ibn `Umair
  • Malik bin Huwairith
  • Muawiyya Ibn Abu Sufyan
  • Al-Muthanna ibn Haritha
  • Na'ila bint al-Farafisa
  • Nabagha al-Ju'adi[ar]
  • Najiyah bint al-Walid
  • Nasiba bint al-Harith[ar]
  • Nasiba bint Ka'b[ar]
  • Nuaym ibn Masud
  • Nafi ibn al-Harith
  • Nufay ibn al-Harith
  • Nusayba bint al-Harith[ar]
  • Nusayba bint Ka'b
  • Rab'ah ibn Umayah
  • Rabiah ibn Kab
  • Rabi'ah ibn al-Harith
  • Ramlah bint Abi Sufyan
  • Rufaida Al-Aslamia
  • Ruqayyah bint Muhammad
  • Rumaysa bint Milhan
  • Sa`sa`a ibn Suhan
  • Sa`d ibn Abî Waqâs
  • Sa`d ibn ar-Rabi`
  • Said ibn Jazied
  • Sa`d ibn Malik
  • Sa`d ibn Mu`âdh
  • Sa`d ibn Ubadah
  • Sabra ibn Ma`bad
  • Sa`îd ibn Âmir al-Jumahi
  • Sa`îd ibn Zayd?* Safana bint Hatim at-Ta'i[ar]
  • Safiyyah bint ‘Abd al-Muttalib
  • Safiyya bint Huyayy
  • Safwan ibn Umayya
  • Salama Abu Hashim[4]
  • Salama ibn al-Aqwa
  • Salim Mawla Abi Hudhayfah
  • Salma bint `Amir[ar]
  • Salma bint Umays
  • Salma bint Sakhri ibn `Amir (Umm al-Khayr)
  • Salman al-Fârisî
  • Sahl ibn Sa'd
  • Sahl ibn Hunaif
  • Sahla bint Suhayl
  • Salit bin 'Amr 'Ala bin Hadrami
  • Sakhr ibn Wada`a[ar]
  • Sakhr ibn Wadi`a[ar]
  • Samra ibn Jundab
  • Saraqa ibn `Amru[ar]
  • Sawda bint Zam`a
  • Shams ibn Uthman
  • Shadad ibn Aus
  • Sharhabeel ibn Hasana
  • Shayba ibn `Uthman al-Awqas[ar]
  • Al-Shifa bint Abdullah
  • Sirin bint Sham'un
  • Suhayb ar-Rumi
  • Suhayl ibn Amr
  • Sumayyah bint Khayyat
  • Suraqa bin Malik
  • Shuja' ibn Wahab al-Asadi
  • Talhah ibn Ubaydullah
  • Tamim Abu Ruqayya (see also Bayt Jibrin)
  • Tamim al-Ansari
  • Thabit ibn Qays
  • Thumamah ibn Uthal
  • Thuwaybah
  • Thawban ibn Bajdad[ar]
  • Ubayd Allah ibn Abd Allah
  • Ubaydah ibn al-Harith
  • Ubayda ibn as-Samit
  • Ubayy ibn al-Qashab al-Azdi[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Ka'b ibn Abd Thawr al-Muzni[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Ka'b ibn Qays
  • Ubayy ibn Malik al-Qachiri[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Mu'adh ibn Anas[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Shriq[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Thabit al-Ansari[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Ujlan ibn al-Bahili[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Umar[ar]
  • Ubayy ibn Umayya ibn Harfan[ar]
  • Umar ibn Abi Salma[ar]
  • Umar ibn al-Khattab (Also known as Umar Al-Farooq)
  • Umar ibn Harith
  • Umayr ibn Sad al-Ansari
  • Umayr ibn Wahb
  • Umamah bint Zaynab
  • Umm Ayman (Baraka bint Tha'laba)
  • Umm Hakim
  • Umm Haram
  • Umm Kulthum bint Abi Bakr
  • Umm Kulthum bint Asim
  • Umm Khultum bint Jarwila Khuzima
  • Umm Kulthum bint Muhammad
  • Umm Kulthum bint Uqba
  • Umm Ruman bint `Amir
  • Umm Salamah
  • Umm Sharik
  • Umm Ubays
  • Umm ul-Banin
  • Ukasha Bin al-Mihsan
  • Uqbah ibn Amir
  • Urwah ibn Mas'ud
  • Usama ibn Zayd
  • Utbah ibn Ghazwan
  • Utban ibn Malik
  • Uthal ibn Nu'man al-Hanafi[ar]
  • Uthman ibn Affan 
  • Uthman ibn Hunayf
  • Uthman ibn Madh'un
  • Uways al-Qarni
  • Wahb ibn `Umayr
  • Wahshî ibn Harb
  • Walid ibn Uqba
  • Walid ibn al Walid
  • Zayd al-Khayr
  • Zayd ibn al-Khattab
  • Zayd ibn Arqam
  • Zayd ibn Harithah
  • Zayd ibn Thabit
  • Zayd ibn Sahl[ar]
  • Zaynab bint Ali
  • Zaynab bint Jahsh
  • Zaynab bint Khuzayma
  • Zaynab bint Muhammad
  • Ziyad ibn Abi Sufyan
  • Zubair ibn al-Awam
  • Zunairah al-Rumiya

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