Abbad ibn Bishr

Abbad ibn Bishr (arabe : عباد بن بشر) était un compagnon du prophète de l'islam Mahomet. Il était connu pour sa piété, ses connaissances et son courage pendant la bataille. Il se convertit à l'âge de 15 ans, après le second serment d'allégeance d'al-`Aqaba, lorsque qu'il entendit Mous`ab ibn `Oumayr réciter le Coran et expliquer les préceptes de l'islam aux Ansar.

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