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The Holy Prophet would himself starve and send whatever was in his home to the Ashab-e-Suffah.
There are many more details and narrations in relation to Hazat Ubadah (ra) which I will insh Allah continue to share in the next Friday Sermon as they are quite lengthy and require more time.
Hazrat Utbah (ra) bin Mas’ood was among the Ashab-e-Suffah.
Explaining Ashab-e-Suffah, Hazrat Mirza Bashir Ahmad (ra) explains that they were a group of devoted, destitute, homeless, Muhajir (immigrant) Muslims who lived a corner of the Prophet’s Mosque.
Allah the Almighty has also revealed to me that He shall also grant me individuals like them.” Hazrat Utbah bin Mas’ood passed away in 23AH during the Khilafat of Hazrat Umar (ra) bin Khattab and subsequently, Hazrat Umar (ra) led his funeral prayer.
The next companion that I will mention is Hazrat Ubadah (ra) bin Samit, who was an Ansari Companion.