Abdullah ibn Abi Bakr


Abdullah ibn Abi Bakr (Arabic: عبدالله ابن أبي بكر) the son of Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq

Second Hijrah

Abdullah would gather information in Makkah during the day and then would secretly travel at night to the cave his father, Abu Bakr, and Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) were hiding in. One of Abu Bakr’s shepherds would herd his sheep behind Abdullah covering his tracks.[1]



  1. Jump up↑ Muhammad Man and Prophet, A Complete Study of the Life of the Prophet of Islam by Adil Salahi pg.217