Addas

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Addas was a young Christian slave boy who lived in Taif, a mountainous area south of Mecca, during the times of Muhammad. He was the first person from the western province of Taif to convert to the new religion of Islam. He was originally from Nineveh.[1][2]

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  1. ^ An unpleasant welcome in Taa'if
  2. ^ What is the divine purpose for sending prophets?