The Marriage of Prophet Muhammad and Lady Khadijah Ahmad Darwish

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Published: June 6th 2011

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The Marriage of Prophet Muhammad and Lady Khadijah  by  Ahmad Darwish

The Marriage of Prophet Muhammad and Lady Khadijah by Ahmad Darwish
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The Marriage of Prophet Muhammad and Lady KhadijahThe Cuddly Bedtime Story CollectionTHE JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME WITH PROPHET MUHAMMAD THE PROPHET OF ALLAHPreface for parents and educators at the endPlease do us a favor “Fi Sabeelillah”, tell yourMoreThe Marriage of Prophet Muhammad and Lady KhadijahThe Cuddly Bedtime Story CollectionTHE JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME WITH PROPHET MUHAMMAD THE PROPHET OF ALLAHPreface for parents and educators at the endPlease do us a favor “Fi Sabeelillah”, tell your friends about our production and also write a nice review in kindle under the title you have, don’t forget we have over 350 titles for you enjoyContentsKhadijah, daughter of Khoulid 2The Marriage Between Muhammad and Khadijah 3Zayd 4The Daily Life of Muhammad and Khadijah 6The Reconstruction of Kabah 7Ali, son of Abu Talib 9The Gift of Khadijah 9The Marriage of Three Daughters 9Khadijah, daughter of KhoulidAmong the traders of Mecca was a well-respected, honorable, refined, wealthy forty-year old widowed lady named Khadijah.

She was very beautiful and had many suitors, however, she declined their offers of marriage.Abu Talib suggested to his nephew, who was now twenty-five, that he might wish to contact Khadijah to ask whether she might like him to trade on her behalf. Muhammad, having dealt only with male traders, was somewhat respectfully shy to ask her, so he told his uncle that perhaps she would send someone to contact him if she needed his services.When news of the conversation reached Khadijah, she told those close to her that if she had only known he was willing to trade with her wealth she would have offered him the opportunity long before, and so a messenger was sent to invite him to come to her house and discuss arrangements.When Khadijah met Muhammad she respectfully asked if he would take it upon himself to act on her behalf with her merchandise.

She told him that she had already learned of his reputation for honesty and truthfulness and knew of his high morality. Muhammad agreed and as a mark of appreciation she told him she would gift him with twice the usual amount.

Muhammad accepted, thanked Khadijah for her generosity, and returned to his uncle to tell him the good news. His uncle was delighted and told him Allah had sent him this blessing.Just before the end of the month of Dhul Hijjah, Muhammad, in the company of Khadijahs devoted servant Maysarah, set out for Syria on his first trip.

Upon reaching a place called Tayma, Muhammad and Maysarah sat down to rest under the shade of a tree not far from the hermitage of a monk named Nastura, who surprisingly rushed out to greet him.After the exchange of greetings, Nastura kissed Muhammads head and feet then said, I believe you, and bear witness that you are the one Allah mentioned in the Torah. When Nastura saw the mark between his shoulders, he kissed him yet again and bore witness that Muhammad was to become none other than the Messenger of Allah, the illiterate prophet of whom Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him, had prophesied would come.

Then, he turned to Maysarah and told him, He is the last Prophet, I wish I could be with him when he is called! Maysarah was taken aback by Nasturas statement, it was indeed something to tell his mistress.After taking their farewells Muhammad and Maysarah continued on their way to Basra and as the heat of the mid-day sun blazed down, Maysarah noticed clouds casting their continuous, protective shade over his companion.When they reached their destination Muhammad concluded his commerce and wasted no time setting off back to Mecca.

Many days passed before they reached the familiar outskirts of Mecca then at long last, they finally reached Khadijahs house around mid-day. .. a click away



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