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Sahl b. Sa'd al-Sa'idi

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Sahl b. Sa'd al-Sa'idi
Personal Information
Full Name Abu l-ʿAbbās Sahl b. Saʿd b. Mālik al-Anṣārī al-Sāʿidī
Teknonym Abu l-Abbas, Abu Yahya
Lineage Banu Sa'ida
Muhajir/Ansar Ansar
Place(s) of Residence Medina
Death/Martyrdom 88/707 or 91/710
Burial Place Medina
Religious Information
Presence at Ghazwas Battle of Tabuk
Known for Companion of Imam 'Ali (a)
Other Activities Transmitter of Hadith of Ghadir, Companion of Imam Ali (a)

Abu l-ʿAbbās Sahl b. Saʿd b. Mālik al-Anṣārī al-Sāʿidī (Arabic: ابو‌العَبّاس سَهل بن سَعد بن مالِک الأنصاري الساعِدي), (d. 88/707 or 91/709-710) was one of the companions of the Prophet (s) and a close companion to Imam 'Ali (a). He narrated many hadiths among which is Hadith of Ghadir. He was honored for giving two allegiances to the Prophet (s), presence in the Battle of Tabuk and praying towards two qiblas. He encountered the caravan of captives of Karbala in Damascus and reported on how they entered the city. He was the last companion of the Prophet (s) who passed away in Medina.

In the Prophet's (s) Time

He was form Banu Sa'ida tribe and was a famous companion of the