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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 Islam. He was originally from Nineveh.
- "Traditions of the Prophet" by Ibn Hisham.
- Addas Mosque
- An unpleasant welcome in Taa'if Archived November 27, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- What is the divine purpose for sending prophets?
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