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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

(In the name of Allah, the most Beneficient, the most Merciful)

Hazrat Usman (R). the third cliph of the muslim world, was born in 576A .D . in the Umayya family of the Quraish tribe. From his childhood, he was very polite, gentle and ahy. He was famous for his learning. He embraced Islam at the age of 34. for the offence of embracing Islam, his uncle Hakam tortured him in many ways. He tolerated all the troubles, and he remained firm in Islam. When the torture of his relatives reached its extreme point, he went to Abyssinia with the Prophet’s (Sm) daughter, his wife Ruqayya.

Service to Islam

Hazrat Usman (R) engaged himself for the propagation of Islam being a constant companion of the Prophet (Sm). For this purpose, he started sacrificing his riches and wealth generously. Once there was a famine in Madina after the Prophet’s (Sm) Hijrat. At that time he distributed food among the distressed people. When the Prophet (Sm) expressed his desire to extend the Masjid-e-Nababj as there was scarcity of accommodation, he purchased the land adjacent to the mosque and managed people. When the scarcity of accommodation, he purchased the land adjacent to the mosque and managed its extension. For the battle of tabuk he along bore the expenditure of the one-third of 30,000 soldiers and to make the Muslim force strong against Roman solders, he gave one thousand camels.

Hazrat Usman (R) was gifted with enormous wealth by Almighty Allah. He realized its haq by spending its generously in the ill days of Islam. In this respect, he is an ideal for the rich people of all ages.

Compilation of the Quran

The Quran was recited in the local dialects in different areas of Arabia. Afterwards it becoame a complicated problem for the Muslim Ummah. At this there was a possibility of destruction of the Muslim Ummah. Realizing the importance of the situation Haztrat Hafsa (R) took immediate steps. He brought the original copy of the Quran from Hazrat Hafsa (R), made a lot of copies of it and send them in different areas of the Muslim empire. For this, he was called ‘jamiul’ Quran or the compiler of the Quran.