Abu-Bekr


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Abu-Bekr

(əˌbuːˈbɛkər) or

Abu-Bakr

n
(Biography) 573–634 ad, companion and father-in-law of Mohammed; the first caliph of Islam
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The ban was introduced two weeks after a bomb exploded at the Abu-Bekr Mosque in Baku on 17 August, killing three people.
More than 100 worshippers had gathered in the Abu-Bekr mosque for evening prayers when the explosion occured, an official said.