The first ambassador of Islam: Mus’ab ibn ‘Umayr

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  1. Musab (ra) was sent to Medina to help reunite the clans there and invite leaders and laymen to Islam and prepare the polity for a new way of life. As a result of his activities and of the early Muslims there, within a year Medina transformed from a society of shirk to people turning to Islam. A number of lower ranked elites rebelled against the two main leaders of al-Aws and al-Khazraj, ibn Ubbay and Abu Amir, when they rejected the new deen and helped bring about Islam. https://www.islamiqate.com/3058/why-did-the-prophet-saw-send-musab-ibn-umayr-to-medina

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