Hazrat Jarir ibn ‘Abdullah al-Bajali (رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ)

Jubayr bin Mut'im said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah recite ‘at-Tur’ in the Maghrib prayer, and when he got to the verses {"Were they created by nothing, or were they themselves the creators? Or did they create the heavens and the earth? No, but...

THE MERITS OF JARIR B. ABDULLAH (ALLAH BE PLEASED WITH HIM): Sahih Muslim

6050: Jarir b. ‘Abdullah said: Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) never refused me permission to see him since I embraced Islam and never looked at me but with a smile.

6051:Jarir reported: Since I embraced Islam Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) never refused to see me and he did not see me but with a smile on his face. Ibn Numair has made this addition to this hadith which has been reported on the authority of Ibn Idris that he (Jarir) made this complaint to him (to the Holy Prophet): I cannot sit upon the horse with firmness, whereupon he (Allah’s Apostle) struck his chest with his hand and prayed: O Allah, make him steadfast and rightly-guided.
6052: Jabir reported that there was in pre-Islamic days a temple called Dhu’l- Khalasah and it was called the Yamanite Ka’ba or the northern Ka’ba. Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said unto me: Will you rid me of Dhu’l-Khalasah and so I went forth at the head of 350 horsemen of the tribe of Ahmas and we destroyed it and killed whomsoever we found there. Then we came back to him (to the Holy Prophet) and informed him and he blessed us and the tribe of Ahmas.

6053:  Jarir b. ‘Abdullah al-Bajali said: Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said to me: Can’t on rid me of Dhu’I-Khalasah, the idol-house of Khath’am, and this idol-house was called the Yamanite Ka’ba. So I went along with 150 horsemen and I could not sit with steadfastness upon the horse. I made the mention of it to Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) and he struck his hand on my chest and said: O Allah, grant him steadfastness and make him the guide of righteousness and the rightly-guided one. So he went away and he set fire to it. Then Jarir sent some person to Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) whose Kunya was Abu Arta to give him the happy news about that. He came to Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) and said: I have not come to you (but with the news) that we have left Dhu’l-Khalasah as a scabed camel. Thereupon Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) blessed the horses of Ahmas and the men of their tribe five times.

 

Hadith Narrated By Jarir bin Abdullah Al-Bajali:In Sunan Ibn Majah

 
Hadith No: 1555 
Narrated/Authority of Jarir bin Abdullah Al-Bajali
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“The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘The niche-grave is for us and the ditch-grave is for others.'” Sahih
Hadith No: 1612 
Narrated/Authority of Jarir bin Abdullah Al-Bajali
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“We used to think that gathering with the family of the deceased and preparing food was a form of wailing.” Hasan
Hadith No: 3687 
Narrated/Authority of Jarir bin Abdullah Al-Bajali
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that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Whoever is deprived of gentleness, he is deprived of goodness.”
 

Jarir ibn ‘Abdullah al-Bajali (may Allah have mercy on him) reported that in a battle there was a man with Abu Musa al-Ash’ari (may Allah be pleased with him) who was very brave and damaging against the enemies.

After the battle they collected the booty. Abu Musa (may Allah be pleased with him) granted the man only a portion of the booty he deserved and not all. The man refused to accept anything less than what he deserved. As a result, Abu Musa (may Allah be pleased with him) gave him ten lashes and shaved off his head.

The man collected his hair and went off to ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) as he was sitting in his gathering. He struck ‘Umar’s chest with his hair and said, ‘I swear by Allah! If it wasn’t for the fire of Hell, I would have dealt with your deputy myself!’ He then related to him what Abu Musa (may Allah be pleased with him) did to him.

‘Umar then wrote to Abu Musa (may Allah be pleased with them both) saying, ‘To proceed; So-and-so has related to me such-and-such. If you did this to him in public, then I swear you must also sit in public view so the man could exact revenge. If you did this to him in private then you may sit privately.’

The man took the letter to Abu Musa. The people said, ‘Forgive him.’ 
The man said, ‘By Allah, I will not leave him for anyone!’

When Abu Musa sat down for him to exact revenge, the man looked up at the sky and said, ‘O Allah, I have forgiven him.’