Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi was born in 580.
Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi died on 640-03-02.
Companion Bilal Ibn Rabah, may Allah be pleased with him
the first person to make azan was bilal ibn rabah
Yes, He (may Allah be pleased with him) is called the Muazzen " the one who calls for prayer " of Islam.
Ata ibn Abi Rabah died in 114.
Bilal ibn al-Harith died in 682.
Bilal Ibn Rabah, Suhaib Ar-romy Salman Al-farisi .................. there are many, most were brought as slaves before Islam
The grave of the companion Bilal ben Rabah is in Damascus , Syria.
Bilal Ibn Rabah was an Ethiopian, born in Makkha in the late 6th century, sometime between 578 and 582. The Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) chose a former African slave Bilal as his muezzin, effectively making him the first muezzin of the Islamic faith. He was among the slaves freed by Abu Bakr and was known for his beautiful voice with which he called people to their prayers. He died sometime between 638 to 642, when he was just over sixty years old. He is said to have been one of the most trusted and loyal Sahaba (companion) of Muhammad and of Ali. His respected stature during the birth of Islam is often cited by Muslims as evidence of the importance of pluraism and racial equality in the foundations of the religion.
The first Mu'adhin in Islam was Bilal ibn Ribah, and he was the first African convert to Islam.
Rabah Yousif was born in 1986.
Rabah Gamouh was born in 1952.
Rabah Kadre was born in 1967.
The population of Marah Rabah is 1,320.
Rabah Soudani was born in 1985.
Saddek rabah was born in 1968.
Majid Rabah was born on 1980-07-26.
Rabah Saâdane was born on 1946-05-03.
Abed Rabah was born on 1975-06-09.
Rabah Bitat died on 2000-04-10.
Rabah Bitat was born on 1925-12-19.
Rabah Madjer was born on 1958-12-15.
Rabah Deghmani was born on 1975-05-10.
A muezzin is the person who performs the call to prayer (adhan) at a mosque. The first muezzin was an Ethiopian man named Bilal ibn Ribah, who was a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Bilal was the first muezzin to perform the adhan in Makkah (Mecca).