Abu Bakr As-Siddiq
Focus on the Early History of Islam: A Refreshing Look at the Seerah (Part 5)
The Opening of Mecca Not until 630 CE did Muhammad re-enter his native city Mecca, leading ten thousand people. Before entering the city, the Prophet reached Quraysh’s leader Abu Sufyan, who submitted to the Prophet’s requests to engage in no war, accept Islam, and allow this massive army to enter the city peacefully. Thus, without
Prizes and Betting on Sports and Games
How does Islam reckon the difference between prizes acquired from permissible competition and betting?
Bilal ibn Rabah: Unbreakable Companion
This is someone who is famous sometimes for the wrong reasons. It is Bilal ibn Rabah, the chief Mua'dhin.
Abu Bakr Leads the First Hajj Journey in 9 A.H
In the ninth year after Hijrah, following the Prophet’s return from the battle of Tabuk, he appointed Abu Bakr a number of Muslims to Hajj