Khadija Prophet Muhammad Wife (Peace be upon them)
In my religion Islam, many women played important roles for the rising of the religion. Among all of those women the most important and greatest woman is Khadija (peace be upon her) the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) first wife. Khadija had a great impact in the religion and a great impact on the prophet Mohammed life. It is because of her support that the prophet Mohammed was able to face all the difficulties he had at the beginning of the religion. She is one the pioneer of the religion and one of the greatest ladies that the religion had none. Khadija al-Kubra was the first wife of the Prophet Muhammad. She was the daughter of Khuwaylid ib , son of Asad ibn Abdul Uzza ibn Qusayy. She belonged to the clan Banu and she was a distant cousin of her husband the prophet Muhammad. She was a very generous person and quite a beauty. She used to feed and clothe the poor, assist her relatives financially, and provide for the marriage of those of her family members who could not afford a marriage. It is believed that she was born in 565 A.D and that she died at the age of 58, one year before the Hijra (migration of the Holy Prophet and his followers from Mecca to Medina) in 623 A.D.( Yasin T. al-Jibouri, Khadidja, May 12, 1994,) , 2. Before she was married to the prophet, she was married twice but her husbands died. She was wealthy because of her two past husbands. She was a big business woman she meet the prophet through her trades. She wanted an honest business agent to trade her goods for her in Syria. And that’s when one of her uncle told her about the prophet Muhammad. Her uncle told her about him because he was already well known for his honesty, and trustworthiness. When she hired him and he went to Syria to trade for her he came back after having made a large profit for her. That’s when she started to like him and asked him to marry her. That’s one reason why she is my favorite...
Cited: Koran (religious book).
Deepak Chopra, Muhammad, Harper Collins publishers, 2009.
Yasin T. al-Jibouri, Khadidja, May 12, 1994.
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