Abu Dhar al-Ghifari(Redirected from Abu Dhar)
Jundab b. Junāda b. Sufyān al-Ghifārī (Arabic: جُندَب بن جُنادة بن سفيان الغِفاري) (b. 33 BH/590 - d. 32/653) known as Abū Dhar al-Ghifārī (أبوذر الغفاري) was one of the greatest companions of Prophet Muhammad (s) and a companion of Imam 'Ali (a); he was also one of those who were known as the four pillars of the Shiite. He was a true companion of Prophet Muhammad (s) and Ahl al-Bayt (a). Numerous virtues and excellences have been narrated for him by both Sunni and Shi'a. Scholars of rijal have considered him as one of the four pillars [of the Shiite]. Abu Dhar criticized actions of 'Uthman, the third Caliph, and as a result, he was exiled to Syria and then to al-Rabadha where he passed away.
|Abu Dhar al-Ghifari|
The remains of Mosque of Abi Dhar in al-Rabadha which is said that his grave is there
|Full Name||Jundab b. Junada b. Sufyan al-Ghifari|
|Place(s) of Residence||Medina, Syria,|