Anas Ibn Malik
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Anas Ibn Malik
Anas ibn Malik

Anas ibn Malik ibn Nadr al-Khazraji Al-Ansari (Arabic: ? ? ‎ (c.612-c.712[1]) was a well-known sahabi (companion) of the Prophet of Islam.


Tomb of Anas Bin Malik at Basra Iraq

Anas ibn Malik, a member of the Najjar clan of the Khazraj tribe of Yathrib, was born ten years before the Prophet Hijrah. After his father, Malik ibn Nadr, died a non-Muslim, his mother, Umm Sulaim, remarried to a new convert, Abu Talha ibn Thabit. Anas's half-brother from this marriage was Abdullah ibn Abi Talha.[2]

When the prophet arrived in Medina in 622, Anas's mother presented him to the prophet as a servant.[1]

After the prophet death in 632, Anas participated in the wars of conquest.[1]


He was the last of the prominent Companions of the Prophet to die. Anas died in 93 AH (712 CE)[3] in Basra[4] at the age of 103 (lunar) years.[4]

Sunni View

He is one of the major narrators of Hadith, and like all of the Sahaba, and is considered trustworthy.


The mosque and shrine of Anas Ibn Malik is located at Basra, Iraq. The grave of Anas Ibn Malik is a simple cenotaph. However, the shrine was destroyed with explosive devices. Despite the fact that the mosque and shrine is heavily damaged and walls stained with vandalism, the complex is still a popular place of ziyarah by Sunni Muslims.

See also


  1. ^ a b c Finding the Truth in Judging the Companinons, 1. 84-5; EI2, 1. 482 A. J. WensinckJ. Robson
  2. ^ Biography of Rumaysa bint Milhan - Mother of Anas bin Malik Archived 2009-05-27 at at Compendium of Muslim Texts
  3. ^ " ?". Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ a b T. P. Hughes, 1885/1999, Dictionary of Islam, New Delhi: Rupa & Co.

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