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Fascinating Details About The Prophet’s Wives

Short Answer: Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him-PBUH) married 12 women throughout his life. Two of them passed away during his lifetime—Khadijah bint Khuwaylid and Zaynab bint Khuzaymah (may Allah be pleased with them)—and he died with 9 wives married to him. …………. Salam Helen,  Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. 12 Wives Prophet Muhammad …

Story of Prophet Muhammad's Wife Lady Maymuna

Story of Prophet Muhammad's Wife Lady Maymuna

Towards the later part of her life, Maymuna had been yearning to marry the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) for quite a while. Hence, she decided to speak to her sister, Umm al-Fadl, about the matter, who in turn, talked to her husband, Al-Abbas….

How the Quran Shatters Modern Stereotypes

How the Quran Shatters Modern Stereotypes

A number of the wives of the Prophet did not have children, and they will be in the highest level of Paradise. How do we look at infertile women today? The wife of Pharaoh, Asiya was infertile too, and married to the worst person ever, Pharaoh. Yet, she….

11 Wives of the Prophet Muhammad - Who Are They?

11 Wives of the Prophet Muhammad - Who Are They?

Umm Salamah married Prophet Muhammad at the age of twenty nine, after her first husband died from the wounds he received while fighting in the battle of Uhud. Umm Salamah and her husband were part of the migration to Abyssinia. Her life was filled…

Zaynab bint Jahsh

Discovering the Personality of Zaynab bint Jahsh

We often are introduced to the people around the Prophet (PBUH) through his life and perspective. While there is good reason for this, it can also be of great benefit to learn about the companions of the Messenger as individuals. They were the people who Allah (SWT) calls in the Quran, “[…] the best nation …

Discovering the Personality of Zaynab bint Khuzayma

We often are introduced to the people around the Prophet (PBUH) through his life and perspective. While there is good reason for this, it can also be of great benefit to learn about the companions of the Messenger as individuals. They were the people who Allah (SWT) calls in the Quran, “[…] the best nation …



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