A Glimpse at The Four Greatest Men in the History of Islam and the Great Things They Did for Islam.
1. ABU BAKR AS-SIDEEQ.
When the death of the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (S.A.W) threatened to tear the Ummah apart with a great many people apostating, it was Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq who held the Ummar together and upheld the deen of Allah.
2. AHMAD IBN HANBAL.
At a time when the very foundations of the deen were shaken by the emergence of the first of the deviant groups i.e Ahl-al-Kalaam and thousands upon thousands of great scholars were being killed, it was Imam Ahmad who defended and upheld the correct creed amidst great torture.
3. TAQI AL-DIN AHMAD IBN TAYMIYYAH – D. 728 H.
In an era of great departure from Prophetic Sunnah when the Ummah was fractured by numerous sects and deviations, Ibn Taymiyyah revived and reconnected the Ummah to the creed and methodology of the Salad and refuted each and every one of the deviant groups.
4. MUHAMMAD IBN ABDUL-WAHHAAB – D. 1206 H.
At a time when the Arabian Peninsula was submerged in Shirk and various practices of Jaahiliyyah, Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab cleansed the holy lands and established the banner of Tawheed and Sunnah.
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