Tomb of Bilal ibn Rabah

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The Tomb of Bilal ibn Rabah in the historic cemetery of Bab al-Saghir, Damascus is one of the several purported sites claiming to be the burial of prophet Muhammad's companion (Sahabi) Bilal Rabah (also known as the Bilal Habashi). According to al-Suyuti, Bilal ibn Rabah's actual grave is in Bab al-Saghir in Damascus, Syria, it is also the view of most historians. However, there is another grave in the outskirts of Amman, Jordan, in a village called "Rabahiya". This grave is seen as a shrine and cenotaph built in Bilal's honor.

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Grave of Bilal ibn Rabah (Bilal Habshi)

Grave of Bilal ibn Rabah in Bab al-Saghir in Damascus, Syria.

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