Imam Saeed bin Al-Musayyib is considered one of the most prominent scholars of jurisprudence in Islamic history, one of the narrators of the Prophet’s hadith, and one of the seven Tabi’een scholars of Madinah.
Abu Muhammad Saeed bin Al-Musayyib bin Hazen bin Abi Wahb Al-Makhzoumi was born in the year 15 AH in Medina in the caliphate of Omar bin Al-Khattab, and he is a Qurashi of Makhzoumi lineage. His father, al-Musayyib, and his grandfather became sad, and they had company, and his father al-Musayyab was one of those who attended the tree pledge, and his grandfather was among those who were killed on the day of al-Yamamah. Umm Saeed is Umm Saeed bint Hakim bin Umayyah bin Haritha bin Al-Awqas Al-Salamiah.
Saeed bin Al-Musayyib is one of the most prominent scholars of the followers, may God be pleased with them, and he was pious and pious, a lot of remembrance and fear of God, Al-Dhahabi said about him in the course of the noble flags: He used to read the Noble Qur’an even on his camel, and he liked to hear poetry, but he did not sing it, and he also hated laughing a lot. Ali and Zaid bin Thabet, may God be pleased with them all, and he was, as the scholars describe him, the master of Madinah jurists and followers of his time, and he narrated a lot on the authority of a number of companions and some of the mothers of the believers.
Saeed bin Al-Musayyib was one of the most pious people in what he entered his house and stomach, and he was one of the most ascetic of people in the curiosity of the world and talking about what does not mean, and among the most polite people in hadith. Etiquette, and the most knowledgeable of them with the Book of God and the Sunnah of the Messenger of God (peace be upon him), and the most knowledgeable of them about the rights of the husband – and he was poor, so he sent him five thousand, and it was said: twenty thousand.
Saeed bin Al-Musayyib was exposed to two great ordeals. The first was when Abdullah bin Al-Zubair used Jaber bin Al-Aswad bin Auf Al-Zuhri to rule over Medina, so he called the people to pledge allegiance to Ibn Al-Zubayr. Saeed bin Al-Musayyib said: “No, until the people gather.” So Jabir beat him with sixty whips, and Ibn al-Zubayr reached this news, so he wrote to Jabir blaming him, saying: “What have we and Saeed, leave him?” And the second, after Abdul Aziz bin Marwan died, where Abdul Malik bin Marwan made a covenant with his two sons, Al-Walid and Suleiman, and wrote the pledge of allegiance in the states, and called his governors to take the pledge of allegiance from the people. At that time, Hisham bin Ismail al-Makhzoumi, the governor of Medina, Saeed, called for their pledge of allegiance, but he refused. Hisham hit him with sixty whips, went around the city, then imprisoned him, and sent to Abd al-Malik informing him of Saeed’s refusal to pledge allegiance. Abdul Malik wrote to Hisham blaming him, and ordering him to release him. Abd al-Malik ordered Qabisah ibn Dhu’ayb to write to Saeed apologizing. Saeed said when he read the book: “God is between me and those who wronged me.”
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