Abu Darda

Once a wealthy merchant from Medina (Saudi Arabia), Abi al-Dardaa (أبي الدرداء) converted to Islam after the Battle of Badr. He became a companion of Mohammed (محمد), recording the revelations that the prophet shared with his followers. After the Muslim conquest of Syria, he served as the governor of Damascus (دمشق) under Othman Bin Aafan (عثمان بن عفان). His religious teachings are highly regarded in Islam, focusing on the renunciation of material possessions and the importance of the pursuit of knowledge.

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circa 650 CE

Tomb of abu Darda

Grave of abi Darda is located within Mosque of abi Darda in Damascus, Syria. It is most commonly believed that he died in Alexandria (Egypt) in 652 CE, when he was seventy-two years old. Other researchers suggest he died in Damascus.

circa 650 CE

Mosque of abu Darda

Entrance to the Mosque of abi Darda.

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