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    Posted: 30 September 2007 at 1:27am
Aiysha?


No need to clarify...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote peacemaker Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 September 2007 at 10:36am

Originally posted by Anatolian Anatolian wrote:

Aiysha?


No need to clarify...

Please ask your question by stating it clearly.

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Ask a real question, and you will get a real answer.  Case in point:

How would you justify...Mary and Joseph?  No need to clarify...

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Originally posted by Anatolian Anatolian wrote:

Aiysha?


No need to clarify...

what do you mean no need to clarify ???

what about Aishya?

As far as i know is a name for a girl, i asume there are lots of girls with the name Aishya

 

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Yes and it is a pretty name
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In the Hadith Muhammed proclaims that he was given the right, by Allah, to
marry his adopted son's wife Aiysha. In what way does that help Islam and
why would Allah, or whoever was sending Muhammed messages, find that
truly important that an aya should proclaim such. I mean where is the sense
of it to better the faith to the masses by such a declaration by the prophet?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hayfa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 October 2007 at 4:26am

I don't think Ayisha was married to anyone else before she married the Prophet (PBUH). What Hadith are you looking at??

Yes the Prophet married widowed and divorced women. This is a good thing as these women in many societies were seen as not "worthy" to be married. So I think it is a good example that men should marry women and provide for them.  No matter age, etc.

In some places all over the world, divorce is not a recognized option, even in cases of abuse. Of course divorce should be a last resort but it still should be an option provided.  

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Bi ismillahi rahmani raheem

You ask this question becouse you have simply accepted the role of a child as has been dictated to you by the society you live in. You should know that prior to modern schooling system the age of maturity was much younger than it is today, now due to this system and being locked up untill the age of 18 young adults can not mature properly untill after they leave school.

You may think it is normal becouse you know nothing else but until extremely recently in our history women where considered spinsters at the age of 22, you should clearly think about this and its implications on a wider level and what it says about our modern society.


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