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    Asma Issa Islamic Scholar Certified in Quranic and Hadith studies

    The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) had two foster mothers in his life. The first one was Halima Saadia, from the Banu Saad tribe, who took care of him in the early years of his life. The second one was Saubia, the maid of the Prophet Muhammad uncles brother, who briefly took care of him afterRead more

    The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) had two foster mothers in his life. The first one was Halima Saadia, from the Banu Saad tribe, who took care of him in the early years of his life. The second one was Saubia, the maid of the Prophet Muhammad uncles brother, who briefly took care of him after his return from Halima home.

    Both of these women played a minor role in the Prophet life compared to his mother Aminah, who passed away when he was six years old, and his paternal grandfather Abdul Muttalib, who raised him after his mother’s death. However, the Prophet remained grateful to his foster mother Halima Saadia throughout his life and referred to her as his “mother” even after he became a prophet.

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  1. The persecution of Quraish became unbearable and they didn't allow Holy Prophet peace be upon him to preach Islam which was the main task for him so he decided to move somewhere where he can perform this task easily.

    The persecution of Quraish became unbearable and they didn’t allow Holy Prophet peace be upon him to preach Islam which was the main task for him so he decided to move somewhere where he can perform this task easily.

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  1. Allah made Adam, gave him knowledge and free will and then obliged him to worship him, as it is mentioned in the Holy Quran: And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.... (51:56)

    Allah made Adam, gave him knowledge and free will and then obliged him to worship him, as it is mentioned in the Holy Quran:

    And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me…. (51:56)

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    Asma Issa Islamic Scholar Certified in Quranic and Hadith studies

    The Bible is generally considered to be older than the Quran. The Old Testament, which is the first part of the Christian Bible, was first written in Hebrew between the 12th and 2nd centuries BCE, while the New Testament was written in Greek in the 1st century CE. The Quran, on the other hand, was rRead more

    The Bible is generally considered to be older than the Quran. The Old Testament, which is the first part of the Christian Bible, was first written in Hebrew between the 12th and 2nd centuries BCE, while the New Testament was written in Greek in the 1st century CE.

    The Quran, on the other hand, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in Arabic during the 7th century CE. Therefore, the Bible written before the Quran for several centuries.

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  1. ابوبکر صدیق عمر بن خطاب عثمان بن عفان علی ابن ابی طالب طلحہ بن عبید اللہ زبیر ابن عوام عبدالرحمن بن عوف سعد بن ابی وقاص سعید بن زید ابو عبیدہ بن جراح

    • ابوبکر صدیق
    • عمر بن خطاب
    • عثمان بن عفان
    • علی ابن ابی طالب
    • طلحہ بن عبید اللہ
    • زبیر ابن عوام
    • عبدالرحمن بن عوف
    • سعد بن ابی وقاص
    • سعید بن زید
    • ابو عبیدہ بن جراح
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