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The father of Mary

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Submitted by slayhy (Canada), Dec 5, 2012 at 20:23

another point should be mentioned that is mentioned in the Holy Quran is that why zacheria was selected as her guardian why not her father? because her real father Amran died before she was born, like prophet Muhammad, his father died before he was born.

Al-Imran are descendents from Abraham, Amran is the father of Moses, Aaron and Miriam\

Mary was named Mary (Miriam - in Arabic) and that is why she is referred to the sister of Aaron.

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