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the holy prophet pbuh led a chaste life

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Submitted by maham (Pakistan), Oct 18, 2009 at 08:58

the Holy Prophet (pbuh) didnt lusted after hazrat ayesha(ra). he did married her in islam its call nikkah and he took care of her and taking care of her here doesnt means he had sex wid her.
yes he has 11 wives and he married them in exceptonal cases
sum were slaves and even widows
u cant judge a character by not even fully reading about tht character read the beautiful stories in quran that tell us how the HOLY PROPHET pbuh led his life
MAY GOD BLESS YOU

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