We don’t highlight examples of how the first shaheed of the Battle of Badr was Mihijar (RA), described as a black man. Or that the Prophet (pbuh) made a point of describing Umm Ayman (RA), a black former slave as “my mother after my mother”. Or the significance of the first martyr of Islam being a black woman. Or the fact that the adopted son of the Prophet (pbuh), Zaid (RA), was known to be black.
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