Bilal was born in Mecca, the son of an Abyssian slave called Rabah; in a city of idol-worship, he was tortured for his belief in one God; he was bought and freed from slavery by the Prophet Mohammad's close friend, Abu Bakr; he was made the first muezzin, the caller to prayer in Islam; he had the responsibility for the food supply of the first, small armies of Islam; he was so close to the Prophet that he had the duty of waking him in the morning. After Mohammad's death Bilal's legs, in his grief, failed him. He could not ...

Bilal 2007, Quartet Books (UK)

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Bilal 1977, Quartet Books, London

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