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Teaching who Abdur Rahman was to uneducated Pandit bhakts

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Submitted by Michael (United Arab Emirates), Jan 13, 2022 at 04:59

Abdur Rahman wasn't some Pakistani, but a son of the Sahaba Mus'ab. Abdur Rahman Ibn Mus'ab didn't ever meet the Prophet himself but was lucky enough to befriend some Sahabas. He was a celebrated poet in all of Arabia and was also a student of comparative religion.

Please do your research before you spit nonsense. ...

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