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Abu Bakr as-Siddiq Biography

Abu Bakr as-Siddiq Biography

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Abu Bakr was born at Mecca, a Quraishi of the Banu Taim clan. He gained great wealth from his own commercial activities, and became highly esteemed as a judge, and as an interpreter of dreams and as a depositary of the traditions of his race. His early accession to Islam as one of the nascent faith's early adult male converts (the first was Ali ibn Abi Talib) was of great importance. On his conversion he assumed the name of Abd-Allah (servant of God). His own thorough belief in Muhammad and in his doctrines earned him the title El Siddiq ("the truthful"), and he had correspondingly great success in gaining converts. In his personal relationship to the prophet he showed the deepest veneration and most unswerving devotion. When Muhammad fled from Mecca in the hijra of 622, Abu Bakr alone accompanied him and shared both his hardships and his triumphs, remaining constantly with him until the day of his death.
Abu Bakr was born at Mecca, a Quraishi of the Banu Taim clan. He gained great wealth from his own commercial activities, and became highly esteemed as a judge, and as an interpreter of dreams and as a depositary of the traditions of his race. His early accession to Islam as one of the nascent faith's early adult male converts (the first was Ali ibn Abi Talib) was of great importance. On his conversion he assumed the name of Abd-Allah (servant of God). His own thorough belief in Muhammad and in his doctrines earned him the title El Siddiq ("the truthful"), and he had correspondingly great success in gaining converts. In his personal relationship to the prophet he showed the deepest veneration and most unswerving devotion. When Muhammad fled from Mecca in the hijra of 622, Abu Bakr alone accompanied him and shared both his hardships and his triumphs, remaining constantly with him until the day of his death.

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