Tomb of Abu Huraira (Damascus)

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This tomb attributed to abu Hurairah is one of the many purported locations believed to belong to the companion of prophet Muhammad.

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circa 650 CE

abu Huraira's tomb in Damascus, it is probably just a cenotaph, because under what circumstances or when he arrived in Damascus are not known. According to a varifiable tradition he was buried in Jannatul Baqi. He is the narrator of several ahadith regarding the return of prophet Isa (Jesus).

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