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Submitted by Siddhartha chatterjee (India), Jul 2, 2009 at 03:56

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Sahi Al- Bukhari Vol -7 The book of Nikha Chapter12(The type of woman seek for marriage)Hadit-280

Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah:My father died and left seven or nine girls and imarried a matron .Allah 's massenger said to me ,"o Jabir !have you married?" I said "yes"He said "A virgin or a matron?"I replied"A matron"He said "Why not avirgin,so you might play with her she with you,and you might amuse her and she amuse you",I said i married a lady so that she may look after my famali". After that Rassol blessed jabir.

1)Was this is an examinition of Jbir;s Iman? (2)Why massenger sugested to marry a virgin girl not a widow?(3)Is this a right way to examined or is it a sport?(4) Bibi Kudhaza was the first wife of Hazarat Mahammed she was a matron at the time of marriage ,she was a rich lady on that time and a buisness woman ,why he got married with a matron ?To be rich or any thing elce?(5) Is this is a story or truth?(6) Was Mahammed crazi for virgin girl?Why he married with a 9 yrs old virgin girl?(6)Muslim can ignore this hadis?


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