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Al-Bara' ibn Malik

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Al-Bara' ibn Malik

Al-Baraa ibn Malik al-Ansari (Arabic: البراء بن مالك الأنصاري‎) was one of the Sahaba, an Ansar from Banu Khazraj. He is the brother of Anas ibn Malik.[1]

He was well known for his bravery, engaging in numerous conflicts until he was martyred in 640 at the battle of Tustar while fighting the forces of the Persian Empire.[2]

See also


  1. ^ IslamOnline - New Hijry Year 1425
  2. ^ Hadrat 'Umar Farooq, Prof. Masudul Hasan, Islamic Publications Lahore
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