The house that became the centre of preaching of islam in Makkah was?

A. Dar Arqam
B. Dar Abi Bakr
C. Dar Usman
D. Dar Abdullah


Correct Answer: A. Dar Arqam

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The house that became the center of preaching of Islam in Makkah was A. Dar Arqam. This house, belonging to Arqam ibn Abi al-Arqam, served as a crucial gathering place for early Muslims, including the Prophet Muhammad, where they could learn about Islam and its teachings away from the persecution of the Quraysh tribe

Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A) belonged to which tribe?

A. Banu Qurahza
B. Banu Asad
C. Banu Taym
D. Banu Hashim


Correct Answer: C. Banu Taym

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Abu Bakr was the founder and first caliph of the Rashidun Caliphate ruling from June 632 until his death. He was the most prominent companion, closest advisor, and father-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Abu Bakr was born in 573 CE to Abu Quhafa and Umm Khayr. He belonged to the tribe of Banu Taym. In the Age of Ignorance, he was a monotheist and condemned idol-worshipping. As a wealthy trader, Abu Bakr used to free slaves. Following his conversion to Islam in 610, Abu Bakr served as a close aide to Muhammad, who bestowed on him the title al-Siddiq (‘the Truthful’).

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