Calling to Islam with the QURAN, Life history of Siddiq Akbar.
Abu Bakr Siddiq, also known as Abu Bakr al-Siddiq, was a close companion of the Prophet Muhammad and the first caliph successor of the Islamic community after the Prophet’s passing. He was not a preacher from the Quran itself, but rather a prominent figure in Islamic history who played a significant role in spreading and establishing Islam. Abu Bakr was known for his unwavering support and dedication to the Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslim community. He was one of the earliest converts to Islam and was a close friend and advisor to the Prophet. He held a position of leadership and authority within the community during the life of the Prophet. After the passing of Prophet Muhammad in 632 CE, Abu Bakr was chosen as the first caliph by the Muslim community. He faced challenges in maintaining unity among the Muslims and in consolidating the newly established Islamic state.
During his caliphate, he took various measures to ensure the stability and spread of Islam, including the compilation of the Quran into a single book. While Abu Bakr was not a preacher from the Quran itself, his actions and leadership played a crucial role in the early propagation and consolidation of Islam. He is highly regarded by Muslims for his piety, humility, and dedication to the faith.