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« on: Nov 09, 2008 03:26 PM »


I was reading about Muhammads daughter Fatimah when I came across this in an article I was just wondering if all Muhammads daughter Zaynab had accepted Islam because I thought that muslim women cannot marry non muslim men??

As a mark of disgrace to Muhammad and his family, Utbah and
Utaybah were prevailed upon by their parents to divorce their
wives. This was part of the process of ostracizing the Prophet
totally. The Prophet in fact welcomed his daughters back to his
home w ith joy, happiness and relief.

Fatimah, no doubt, must have been happy to be with her sisters
once again. They all wished that their eldest sister, Zaynab,
would also be divorced by her husband. In fact, the Quraysh
brought pressure on Abu-l Aas to do so but he refused. When the
Qurays h leaders came up to him and promised him the richest and
most beautiful woman as a wife should he divorce Zaynab, he
replied:

"I love my wife deeply and passionately and I have a great and
high esteem for her father even though I have not entered the
religion of Islam."
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 09, 2008 06:37 PM »

Salam,

This is before the prohibition of Muslim women married to non-Muslim men. Later on they are separated and then after a few more events her husband does accept Islam. This is definitely one of many beautiful love stories from that time Smiley

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« Reply #2 on: Nov 09, 2008 06:45 PM »

oh okay thank you for answering my question  Smiley 
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