Notwithstanding being a prophet, a statesman, and a group go-to person, the Prophet Muhammad was a family man. The Prophet Muhammad was known to be exceptionally kind and delicate with his family, setting a case for all to accompany.
Mothers of the Devotees
The wives of the Prophet Muhammad are reputed to be the
"Mothers of the Devotees.
Khadija bint Khuwailid-The Prophet
Muhammad portrayed his first wife as
accompanies: "She trusted in me when not a soul on earth
else did; she affirmed Islam when individuals dismissed me; and she made and support me when there was nobody else to loan me a making hand."
Muhammad and Khadija were hitched
for 25 years until her demise. It was just
following her passing that Muhammad hitched
again. Sawdah bint Zam'ah-Sawdah had been beforehand hitched and widowed, and was one of the first to immigrate to Abyssinia in the early years of Islam.
Aishah bint Abu Bakr-Known for her spirit and exceptional memory, she ended up being an instructor to different Muslims and a storyteller of hadith. Aishah was the loved one of Muhammad's close mate and friend, Abu Bakr.
Zainab bint Jahsh
Hafsah bint 'Umar-Hafsah was a lady who was not reluctant to talk her personality. She had been at one time hitched. Hafsah was aiding the wounded on the battleground when her spouse was slaughtered.
Zainab bint Khuzaimah-Zainab bint Khuzaimah was an elderly dowager who was known to give cash to the unfortunate.
Umm Salamah-Umm Salamah and her first spouse were punctual changes over to Islam, and she had emigrated to both Abyssinia and Madinah. During that timeframe of her marriage to the Prophet, she was the single mother of four adolescent strays.
Juwayriah bint Al-Harith
Maimunah bint Al-Harith
Safiyah bint Huyayy
Girls of the Prophet Muhammad
The Prophet Muhammad adored his four girls. Just a few survived him following demise, Zainab and Fatimah.
Fatimah-The Prophet's youngest girl was profoundly committed to him, and invested her extra time in supplication to God and love. She was the mother of the Prophet Muhammad's grandsons, Hassan and Husayn.
The Prophet Muhammad additionally had a few children, but they kicked the bucket in outset. They were named Qasim, Abdullah, and Ibrahim.