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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: 580, 580s births, 580s deaths, 580s establishments, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 587, 58... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: 580, 580s births, 580s deaths, 580s establishments, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 587, 588, 589, Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi, Battle of Solachon, Cui Renshi, Empress Hu, Third Council of Toledo, Arnulf of Metz, Theodosius, Didier of Cahors, Bridei I of the Picts, Bishopric of Constance, San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, Goar of Aquitaine, Acindynus, Suhayb ar-Rumi, First Perso-Turkic War, List of state leaders in 581, List of state leaders in 585, List of state leaders in 580, List of state leaders in 583, List of state leaders in 584, List of state leaders in 582, List of state leaders in 587, Báetán mac Ninneda, List of state leaders in 589, List of state leaders in 586, List of state leaders in 588, Battle of Alclud Ford, Empress Wang, Gundoald. Excerpt: Bilal ibn Rabah (Arabic: ) or Bilal al-Habashi was an Ethiopian born in Mecca in the late 6th century, sometime between 578 and 582. The Islamic prophet Muhammad chose an African slave Bilal as his muezzin, effectively making him the first muezzin of the Islamic faith. He was among the slaves freed by Abu Bakr (see Muhammad and slavery) and was known for his beautiful voice with which he called people to their prayers. His name can also be known as, "Bilal ibn Riyah" or "ibn Rabah" and he is sometimes known as "Bilal al-Habashi" or "Bilal the one from Ethiopia". He died sometime between 638 to 642, when he was just over sixty years old. Bilal Ibn Rabah, was an emancipated slave of key importance in Islam. He is said to have been one of the most trusted and loyal Sahaba (companion) of Muhammad and of Ali. His respected stature during the birth of Islam is often cited by Muslims as evidence of the importance of pluralism and racial equality in the foundations of the religion. According to Ibn Ishaq, Abdullah Ibn Zaid Ibn Abd Rabbihi went to Muhammad with his story that he saw Adhan in his dream, Muhammad, approving the method for calling to prayers, told him to ask an Ethiopian named Bilal, who had a marvelous voice, to call the Muslims to prayer (the Adhan). As Ibn Ishaq told the story (in Albert Guillaume's translation): When the Apostle was told of this he said that it was a true vision if God so willed it, and that he should go to Bilal and communicate it to him so that he might call to prayer thus, for he had a more penetrating voice. When Bilal acted as muezzin, Umar I, who later became the second caliph, heard him in his house and came to the Apostle... saying that he had seen precisely the same vision. The Apostle said 'God be praised for that!' Though slightly different versions of the story exist, all agree that Islam's first muezzin was Bilal. One version states that one of the slaves of Umayyah ibn Khalaf, a terrible foe of Islam and Muhammad, was named B

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Titel: 580s
Untertitel: 580, 580s births, 580s deaths, 580s establishments, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 587, 588, 589, Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi, Battle of Solachon, Cui Renshi, Empress Hu, Third Council of Toledo, Arnulf of Metz, Theodosius, Didier of Cahors
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EAN: 9781156003114
ISBN: 1156003113
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 32
Gewicht: 844g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011