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Prophet Muhammad wives

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in response to reader comment: Mohammed had 12 wives, one just a 9 year old baby

Submitted by haseeb (United States), Oct 23, 2015 at 07:46

Dear friend yes its a universal truth that prophet muhammad had 12 legal married wives which he mostly married for the purpose of spreading of islam most of these women were daughters or sisters of noble tribes of arabia who were non muslims so to spread the message of islam and to make a status of islam in their tribes and society prophet muhammad married those noble tribes noble women moreover if you say why he married 12 so let me tell you that in bible in christian and jews bible so many prophets had married even more than 12 women as its writtten in bible that SOLOMON had 100 wives simiilarly there is some person in hindu religion i mean some hindu noble person who had even more than 100 wives and those more than 100 wives that hindu person was married to was not married for religious purpose where as prophet muhammmad married only 12 and even that was for the spreading the message the islam to other tribes plus as far as the marriage of prophet muhammad with ayesha the last wife of prophet muhammad she was not 9 when she got married with prophet muhammad when she was named for prophet muhammad at that time she was nine but when she got in real married with prophet muhammad and departeed to the house of prophet muhammad at that time she was at least 18 years of age i had that calculation of this thing i mean this proof but if you can go into histroy and calculate the age of ayesha the last wife of prophet muhammad and her sister so you will come to know that she was actually 18 years of age at nine years of age she was only like engaged to prophet muhammad and when she went to prophet muhammad house she was atleast 18 years of age for more details you can email me on voltroninaction@gmail.com or pureboy789@yahoo.com thanks


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