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NU'AIMAN-Small Portable Folding Barbecue Charcoal Grill

NU'AIMAN-Small Portable Folding Barbecue Charcoal Grill

Barbecues are a timeless American tradition that unite families in celebration. From colonial times to today, barbecues are a beloved pastime that bring people together to grill, eat, and enjoy each other's company. These gatherings are characterized by laughter, good food, and camaraderie. Barbecues offer a moment to decelerate and create lasting bonds with family and friends.

Get ready for the ultimate outdoor grilling adventure with the Small Portable Folding Barbecue Charcoal Grill!

Its compact size of 35*27cm makes it easy to transport and store.

This grill is designed to provide you with the convenience and portability you need for all your outdoor gatherings. With its easy-to-assemble and remove features, it's perfect for picnics, camping trips, and backyard barbecues.

Safety is a top priority, and that's why this grill comes equipped with an Oxygen Depletion Safety Device and is CE and 3C certified to guarantee its quality and safety standards. Crafted from durable iron with chrome plating, it's built to withstand the rigors of outdoor use and is easy to clean and maintain. 

Nu'aiman bin Amru bin Rafa'ah was a companion of the Prophet and a resident of Medina among the Ansar. He was also a mujahid and Ashabul Badr, having participated in the Badr war with the Prophet and other companions. Nu'aiman was known for his sense of humor and mischievousness.

According to the syarah "Ihya Ulumuddin" by Imam Al-Ghazali, one time Sayyidina Abu Bakr as Siddiq invited two of the Prophet's friends to do business in Busra with his entourage. Upon arrival, each was given an assignment except Nu'aiman. When Nu'aiman asked Suwaibith, who was entrusted with the food, for a portion of food, Suwaibith refused, stating that he would release the supplies when Sayyidina Abu Bakar arrived.

Nu'aiman became annoyed and decided to play a prank. A group of caravans arrived, and Nu'aiman offered to sell them a slave who was agile and good at talking. The caravan agreed to buy the slave for 10 camels, and Nu'aiman advised them that the slave he was selling had a disgrace and would say, "I am a free man." If he said that, they were to ignore him.

When they came to Suwaibith and said, "We have bought you!" Suwaibith was surprised and denied being a slave. They replied, "Nu'aiman told us you would say that." They then tied a rope around Suwaibith's neck and took him away.

When Sayyidina Abu Bakar arrived and realized what had happened, he and his friends went to the caravan and explained the situation. The caravan returned the 10 camels, and Suwaibith was released.

Upon hearing the story, the Prophet laughed so much that his molars appeared. This incident showcases the Prophet's cheerful personality and sense of humor, reminding us that he was not always formal or official.

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