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The Bab al-Rahmah cemetery (مقبرة باب الرحمة) is the last resting place of a large number of prominent Muslims, including two of the Prophet Muhammad's companions and several other Muslim leaders and notable people. It is located along the Eastern Wall of the Haram al-Sharif (Temple Mount).
circa 650 CE
The grave of Shadad ibn 'Aws, companion of Prophet Muhammad in Bab al-Rahmah cemetery, Jerusalem. He is known for his narrations of hadis regarding Good deeds, Morals and Al-Sham. He is also known for his own Statements which provide some guidance.
circa 650 CE
The grave of Ubadah ibn Samet (عبادة بن الصامت), companion of Prophet Muhammad in Bab al-Rahmah cemetery, Jerusalem. He was one of the successful commanders of Rashidun army and served under the Rashidun caliphs Abu Bakr and Umar. He was one of the main field commanders during the Muslim conquest of Egypt, sent with reinforcement from Medina. He served in Egypt as a corps commander from 640 to 642.