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Q1.who is the foster sister of the holy prophet (PBUH)? Q2.how old was the holy prophet (PBUH)?

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Q1.who is the foster sister of the holy prophet (PBUH)?

Q2.how old was the holy prophet (PBUH)?

Q3:who was the first wife of the holy prophet(PBUH)?

Q4: How many kids does prophet ( PBUH ) had from each wife ?

Q5:who did the holy hand baiyet of oqaba occur ?

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Aqabah foster sister of PM

In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and whoever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is no one (no idol, no person, no grave, no prophet, no imam, no dai, nobody!) worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.


 

Q-1: who is the foster sister of the holy prophet (PBUH)?

History has recorded that the foster-sisters of the Noble Prophet (saws) were the daughters of his foster-parents Haris and Halima, Shaima binte Haris, and Aneesa binte Haris. The Prophet (saws) also had a foster brother named Abdullah.

 

Q-2: how old was the holy prophet (PBUH)?

The Prophet (saws) was 63 years old at the time of his death.

 

Q-3: who was the first wife of the holy prophet(PBUH)?

At the age of 25, the Noble Prophet (saws) married his first wife Hadrat Khadijah binte Khuwailid (r.a.) who was a widow and 40 years of age.

 

Q-4: How many kids does prophet ( PBUH ) had from each wife ?

From his first wife, Hadrat Khadijah (r.a.) the Prophet (saws) had six children:

1. Qasim

2. Abdullah

3. Zainab

4. Ruqaiyyah

5. Umme Khulthoom

6. Fatimah

From Maria Kibtia (r.a.), the Prophet (saws) had one son whose name was Ibraheem.

 

The Prophet (saws) did not have children from any of his other wives. His (saws) three sons Qasim, Abdullah, and Ibraheem all died in their infancy and three of his four daughters, Zainab, Ruqaiyyah, and Umm Khulthoom died as adults during the life time of the Prophet (saws). The only child who survived the Prophet (saws) was Hadrat Fatimah (r.a.).

 

Q-5: who did the holy hand baiyet of oqaba occur ?

There were two bayts or allegiance made to the Prophet (saws) by the Ansars of Madinah, and both were given near the Jamarah-al-Aqabah (where the stoning of the Shaytaan takes place) in Mina, on the outskirts of Makkah. The first allegiance came to be known as the Bayt al-Aqabah al-oola, and the second was known as the Bayt al-Aqabah at-thaniya.

 

Bayt al-Aqabah al-oola or the First: In the 12th year after Prophethood, on the 12th day of Dhil-Hajjah during the period of Hajj, twelve believers of Madinah (10 from the tribe of Khazraj and two from the tribe of Aws) made the first allegiance to the Prophet (saws) and invited him (saws) to migrate to Madinah. They pledged that if the Prophet of Allah (saws) were to migrate to Madinah they would support, help and defend him with their lives and their means, if the need so arose. After this allegiance, the Prophet (saws) sent his noble companion Hadrat Musab bin Umair (r.a.) to Madinah to invite their citizens to Islam, and by the Grace of Allah, many in Madinah accepted Islam during the corresponding year.

 

Bayt al-Aqabah at-thaniya or the Second: The next year, the 13th year after Prophethood during the period of Hajj, 75 believers of the city of Madinah (73 men and two women) met the Prophet (saws) secretly at night near the first Jamarah, and again invited him (saws) to bring the mission to the city of Madinah or Yathrib as it was then called. They again pledged that they would support, help, and defend the Prophet (saws) and the mission with their lives and their means, if the need arose.

 

Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

 

 

Your brother and well wisher in Islam,

 

Burhan

 


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