Does the verse: "And those who strive in Our (cause),- We will certainly guide them to our Paths" (Q 29:69) exclusively address the prophetic Companions or does it generally address all mankind?
Ṣaḥīḥ of Bukhārī includes a narrative explicating that at the time of death, the Holy Prophet (sws) asked for a pen and paper to write something for his ummah but his Companions (rta) said: "You are not well. Besides, we have the Holy Qur'ān with us. Therefore, you are not needed to write anything."
Is it possible that the Holy Prophet (sws) asked something to his Companions and they disobeyed him?
I have following questions regarding the answer you have provided me regarding Itamam-ul-Hujjah on neighboring countries.
My question is regarding Jihad of the companions of prophet. I am convinced about the stance of Mr Ghamidi that Prophet (sws) in fact killed the mushrikeen of that time after "itamam-e-hujjat". But I wonder that itamam-e-hujjat can be accepted for individuals who were the direct addressees of Prophet (sws), as he (sws) totally convinced them regarding the message of Islam and they deliberately denied the truth. But what about the nations (i.e. Persians and…
Why did the senior Companions burn the collections of ḥadīth?