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As we all know that Hazrat Khadijah (RA) was a widow who was married twice before, and had three children. She was looking after her father's business. She was also looking for a trustworthy person who can help her in trade. She deployed Muhammad (S) to a trade visit, her servant, Masira, also accompanied him (S) on the trade visit. When Muhammad (S) ...


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قال ابن شبرمة : لا يجوز إنكاح الأب ابنته الصغيرة إلا حتى تبلغ وتأذن ، ورأى أمر عائشة رضي الله عنها خصوصاً للنبي صلى الله عليه وسلم " . Ibn Shubrumah said: It is not permissible for the father to marry off his young daughter except when she reaches puberty and gives permission.” And he was of the view that the matter of A’ishah(radi Allahu anha) was ...


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The restriction for calling someone Abu-l Qasim was only at the time of Allah's Messenger (blessings of Allah be upon him and peace). Praise be to Allah. Using the names Qaasim and Muhammad, and the nicknames Abu’l-Qaasim, Abu ‘Eesa and other permissible names and nicknames, is allowed and there is nothing wrong with it, after the death of the Prophet (peace ...


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