Muhammads Marriages Aisha
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- The Young Marriage of Aisha\374
- The marriage of the Prophet Muhammad (P) to 'Aishah bint Abu Bakr when she was at quite a young age has been the focus of quite a bit of criticism in the West.
- Arab-American Psychiatrist Wafa Sultan: "The Subjugation of
- "Islam allowed men to marry infants in order to justify Muhammad's marriage to ' Aisha.
- The Islamaphobe's Glass House
- Age of Marriage During Biblical Times.
- Aisha - Youngest Wife of the Prophet Muhammad
- Muhammad (peace be upon him)* entered into twelve other marriages. Aisha Bint Abu. Bakr Al-Siddiq was the third and youngest wife, and the only child bride.
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- Prophet Muhammad's Marriage with our Mother Aisha.
- Mar 20, 2002 Prophet Muhammad's marriage with Aisha was 100% legal and acceptable by all laws and Divine Religions!
- Aisha — 9 year-old bride
- Oct 23, 2000 Narrated Aisha: The Prophet engaged me when I was a girl of six (years). use a Weak hadith defense to excuse Muhammad's child marriage.
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