Abd-Ya-Layl ibn Amr
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Abd-Ya-Layl ibn Amr (Arabic: عبد يا ليل بن عمرو) of the Banu Thaqif tribe was one of the chieftains of the city of Ta'if, a city hostile to Islam. However, in 631 or 632, he was included in a delegation that resulted in his tribe accepting Islam.
- The Year of Deputations and Abu Bakr's Leadership of the Pilgrimage, Witness-Pioneer.org
- March on Tabook, Inter-Islam.org
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