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Her name is Amina and his father? Only Allahu A3lam

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in response to reader comment: Hostages were asked for a historical name

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 24, 2013 at 08:45

Muhammad (or Ahmad or Qutham this is his actual name or Abul Qasim this is his kunya or Taha or Elyaseen) mother's name is supposed to be Amina but like anything in Islam with proper search I'm sure I might find other names for his mother and notice that most Muslims would have no clue about Muhammad;s other names

The question is how many Muslims would be able to answer such question? this I really do not know and I suspect that many Muslims would not be able to answer the question after all they expect that their Ulama are the ones that would answer such question.

Now in the past two years her name was big news more so after Father Zakaria Botros pointed out that the Islamic literary sources tell us that Amina got pregnant four long years after his father died on some trip may be to Gaza or to Syria or to Yemen and olny Allahu a3lam and there was indeed a fatwa that was issued by al-Azhar that pregnancy can last for four years! No I'm not kidding you

So we know who his mama was! His papa? that is a different question


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