Ashra-E-Mubashra

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The Blessed Ten [ashra mubashra]
There were ten companions of the beloved Prophet śallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam who were informed of their place in paradise during their lifetime, proving the Ílm al-Ghayb of the beloved Messenger śallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam and the authority of the Master of Creation śallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam to grant paradise. They are:
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Sayyidunā Abū Bakr as-Siddīq rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Úmar al-Fārūq rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Úthmān Ibn Áffān rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Álī al-Murtadha rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Talha rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Zubayr rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Saád rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Sa’īd rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Ábdul Rahmān ibn Awf rađiyAllāhu ánhu
Sayyidunā Abū Úbaydah rađiyAllāhu ánhu

The following two Hadīths will prove this,
The beloved Messenger of Allāh śallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam clearly stated that ten of his Companions would be in Paradise. Ahmad reports from Sa’īd ibn Zayd, and at-Tirmidhī reports from Ábdul Rahmān ibn Awf rađiyAllāhu ánhu, that the beloved Prophet śallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam said:
Abū Bakr will be in Paradise, Úmar will be in Paradise, Úthmān will be in Paradise, Áli will be in Paradise, Talha will be in
Paradise, Al-Zubayr will be in Paradise, Ábdul-Rahmān ibn Awf will be in Paradise, Saád ibn Abī Waqqās will be in
Paradise, Sa’īd ibn Zayd will be in Paradise and Abū Úbaydah ibn al-Jarrah will be in Paradise.1

Imām Ahmad, Abū Dawūd, Ibn Mājah and al-Diyá reported a slightly different version from Sa’īd ibn Zayd:
Ten will be in Paradise: the Prophet will be in Paradise, Ab ū Bakr will be in Paradise, Úmar will be in Paradise, Úthmān will be in Paradise, Álī will be in Paradise, Talha will be in Paradise, al-Zubayr ibn al-Áwwām will be in Paradise, Saád ibn
Mālik will be in Paradise, Ábdul-Rahmān ibn Awf will be in Paradise and Sa’īd ibn Zayd will be in Paradise.2

These narrations were extracted from the work

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