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1 How many daughters of S.A.W.(pbuh)!! 1 or 4 ? on Fri Jan 29, 2010 5:56 pm

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Shias in the world become a victim of their scholars lies. In their attempt to tamper history, many of them claimed that prophet S.A.W. (pbuh) had only one daughter. And that was Fatima ra.

Someone could ask: What for? Obviously they have two main reasons.

1-st when they say: Prophet (pbuh) had only one daughter, they remove all questions regarding marriage Uthman (may Allah be pleased with him) with two of prophet’s daughters.

2-nd. They need to elevate status of Fatima (may Allah be pleased with her) till the heavens by all means that it possible. It’s not enough for them, that she (may Allah be pleased with her) is one of the ladies of women in paradise. They worship her, prostrate to her and etc.


No doubt that they are liars! And prophet (pbuh) had 4 daughters. Below you would see proofs from their books on that.

But let me first starts from Book of Allah.

[Pickthal 33] O Prophet! Tell thy wives and thy daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks close round them (when they go abroad). That will be better, so that they may be recognised and not annoyed. Allah is ever Forgiving, Merciful.

This verse alone is enough to understand that prophet (pbuh) had more than 1 daughter.

1) Ayatulla Jafar as-Subhani in his “Message” (chapter “From marriage to prophethood” under heading “His children from Hadija”) said:

Birth of a child further cements the bond of matrimony and makes life bright and brilliant. The Prophet’s wife bore him six children. Two of them were sons – the elder one being Qasim and the younger one Abdullah. They are also called Tayyib and Tahir. She also gave birth to four daughters. Ibne Hisham writes: ‘Their eldest daughter was Ruqayyah and the other three were Zaynab Umme Kulsum and Fatimah’.

Author refer this information to following books: Manaqib Ibn Shehr Ashob vol. I page 140; Qurbul Asnad pp. 6 and 7; al-Khisa’il vol. II page 37; Biharul Anwar vol. XXII pp. 151 – 152. Some historians say that the Prophet’s male children were more than two. (Tarikh-i Tabari vol. II page 35 and Biharul Anwar vol. XXII page 166).

2) Abu Ali al Fadl ibn al Hasan ibn al Fadl at Tabarsi said:

Some traditionists have mistakenly assumed that the Prophet (pbuh) had four sons from Khadijah: al-Qasim, `Abdullah, at-Tayyib and at-Tahir. The truth is that he had from her two sons and four daughters: Zaynab, Ruqayyah, Umm Kulthum and Fatimah.

Source: “I’lamu ‘l Wara bi Alami ‘l-Huda” Chapter 5 “His Wives, Children and Relatives”

3) Sayed Fadlullah, modern shia cleric also confirm that prophet (pbuh) had 4 daughters in his fatwa.
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4) Another shia source:

The Prophet (pbuh) spent 25 years of his life with Khadija, who was not only a loving wife for him, but also his best and most helpful mate. This period is considered to be the best period of his married life.
Khadija, peace be upon her, was the first woman who believed in the Prophet’s (pbuh) divine prophecy. She put all her wealth at his disposal to propagate and promote Islam. Six children were born of his marriage: two sons named Qasim and Tahir who passed away as infants in Makkah and four daughers named Ruqiyah, Zaynab, Umm Kulsum, and Fatima, who was the most prominent and honoured of them all.

Source: “A Glance at the Life of the Holy Prophet of Islam”
Chapter 4 “First Marriage” by Dar Rah Haqq’s Board of Writers.

5) According to the past shiites scholars [Shaykh Saduq, Shaykh Kulayni, Shaykh Tabrisi and many more], Prophet Muhammad (saw) had 4 biological daughters.

اولاد خديجة من النبي (ص )
روى الصفار بسنده عن الامام الباقر (ع ) قال : ولد لرسول اللّه (ص )من خديجة : القاسم والطاهر , وام كلثوم , ورقية , وزينب وفاطمة ((642)) .
وروى الصدوق بسنده عن الصادق (ع ) قال : ولد لرسول اللّه (ص )من خديجة : القاسم والطاهر ـ وهو عبداللّه ـ وام كلثوم , ورقية , وزينب وفاطمة ((643)) .
وقـال الـكـليني : ولد له منها قبل مبعثه : القاسم , ورقية , وزينب وام كلثوم , وولد له بعد المبعث : الـطـيـب والـطـاهر وفاطمة وروى ايضا : ا ن ه لم يولد بعد المبعث الا فاطمة (ع ) , وان الطيب والطاهر ولدا قبل مبعثه ((644)) .
وقـال الـشيخ الطبرسي : فاول ما حملت ولدت عبد اللّه بن محمد وهوالطيب ((الطاهر)) والناس يغلطون فيقولون : ولد له منها اربعة بنين القاسم وعبد اللّه والطيب والطاهر , وانما ولد له منها ابنان , الـثـانـي : الـقـاسـم , وقـيـل :ان القاسم اكبر , وهو بكره , وبه كان يكنى واربع بنات : زينب ورقية وام كلثوم وفاطمة ((645)) .
وقال ابن شهر آشوب : اولاده : وله من خديجة : القاسم وعبد اللّه ,وهما الطاهر والطيب , واربع بنات : زينب ورقية وام كلثوم وفاطمة وفي (الانوار) , و(الكشف ) , و(اللمع ) , وكتاب البلاذري : ان زيـنب ورقية كانتاربيبتيه من جحش فاما القاسم والطيب فماتا بمكة صغيرين , مكث القاسم سبع ليال ((646))

http://www.al-shia.com/html/ara/books/mawsua1/tar00014.htm

6) There is a hadith with strong sanad (according to shia rijal) which shows that Prophet (saw) had more than one daughter. From Tahdhib al-Ahkam, Vol. 3, Pg. 106-122 . . .

محمد بن يعقوب عن علي بن ابراهيم عن ابيه عن ابن محبوب عن علي بن رئاب عن عبد صالح عليه السلام قال، ادع بهذا الدعاء في شهر رمضان مستقبل دخول السنة
. . .
اللهم صل على القاسم والطاهر ابني نبيك، اللهم صل على رقية بنت نبيك والعن من آذى نبيك فيها، اللهم صل على ام كلثوم بنت نبيك
. . .

http://www.yasoob.com/books/htm1/m012/10/no1017.html



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Fatimah was Muhammad's only biological daughter and the only one who married a Caliph, i.e., Ali. They argue it improbable for Khadija to have given birth to so many children at such an advanced age, while at the same time having abstained from having children in both her previous marriages

Ali Asgher Razwy, a 20th century Shi'a twelver Islamic scholar states:

It is not known with any degree of certainty who were these three girls. Most of the Sunni historians claim that they were the daughters of Muhammad and Khadija. According to some other historians, they were the daughters of Khadija by an earlier marriage.

The Shia Muslims disagree. They assert that Zainab, Ruqayya and Umm Kulthoom were not the daughters of Muhammad and Khadija; in fact, they were not even the daughters of Khadija by any earlier marriage; they were the daughters of a (widowed) sister of Khadija. Khadija's sister also died, and upon her death, she brought the three girls into her own house and brought them up as her own children.

According to the Shia Muslims, Muhammad and Khadija had three and not six children.The first two of them – Qasim and Tayyeb or Tahir – were boys, and both of them died in their infancy. Their third and the last child was a girl – Fatima Zahra. She was their only child who did not die in infancy.

The girls – Zainab, Ruqayya and Umm Kulthoom – could not have been the daughters of the Prophet of Islam. If they were, he would not have given them in marriage to the idolaters which the husbands of all three of them were. It's true that all three girls were married long before the dawn of Islam. But then he did not violate any of the imperatives of Qur’an at any time – before or after he was ordained God's Messenger. And Qur’an is explicit on the prohibition of the marriage of a Muslim woman to a pagan

Restatement of History of Islam section Uthman, the Third Khalifa of the Muslims

If anything this serves as the greatest proof that Sayyida Fatima (as) was the sole daughter of Rasulullah (s). If these daughters indeed existed then Rasulullah (s) would have certainly apportioned them their share of inheritance as he had done with Sayyida Fatima (as). The very fact that we have no historical evidence of him ever giving them anything as a gift / inheritance is the clearest evidence that they did not exist. If they did exist then we have to accept that Allah and his Prophet (s) were unjust. After all the same Prophet (s) who marries Sayyida Fatima (as) according to revelation from Allah marries the other three daughters to kaafirs!

The same man that showered all manner of honour on Sayyida Fatima deeming her pain to be on par with his, giving her the title Leader of the Women of Paradise does not bother to relay even a single Hadith in praise of his other daughters. Ahl'ul Sunnah's authority work Mishkat al Masabeeh, under the Chapter 'Bab Fadail Ahl'ul bayt' has 49 traditions with regard of the relatives of Muhammad including his uncle Abbas, even his adopted son Zaid. Curiously the author of a book that takes traditions from TEN esteemed Sunni works fails to cite even a single Hadeeth on the "other daughters" in this chapter. ... The truth is that Maula 'Ali ( was the only son in law of Muhammad as we read in 'Riyadh al Nadira' Volume 3 page 220, Dhikr Fadail 'Ali:

Rasulullah said to 'Ali 'You possess three virtues not possessed by anyone else:

1. You have a father in law like me.
2. You have received my truthful daughter as your wife
3. You have received pious sons such as Hassan and Husayn

... This virtue (Rasulullah being father in law) would not be exclusive if Rasulullah also had other son in laws! If Nawasib try to argue that Uthman's marriage may have occurred later we should point out that according to the Ahl'ul Sunnah the daughters of Rasulullah were married long before Sayyida Fatima, and were the wives of two of Abu Jahl's sons. Rasulullah could not have praised 'Ali for this exclusive honour if he had other sons in law. ... The famed title of Uthman 'Dhul Nurayn' coming from the mouth of Muhammad(as asserted by sunnis) is not present in any of the six esteemed works of Ahl'ul Sunnah. When the very existence of these daughters cannot be established then how can we accept that Uthman was the possessor of two lights? ... It is indeed ironic that the Salafi and Deobandi Nawasib reject the notion of Muhammad being created from Nur (Light), rather they deem him an ordinary human like us created from mud. Curiously when it comes to honouring Uthman suddenly he is deemed Dhul Nurayn 'the possessor of two lights'. If Prophet (s) is not 'Light' then how can Uthman become the possessor of 'Two Lights'? How can this then be used as an excuse that he married the 'supposed' two daughters of Muhammad?

Source: www.answering-ansar.org

BESIDES LETS SAY HYPOTHETICALLY THAT THE PROPHET (s) HIMSELF HAD 4 DAUGHTERS YES SO WHAT?! I MEAN THE FACT THAT THE VERSE IN THE QURAN IN 3:61 TOLD THE PROPHET (s) TO BRING HIS DAUGHTERSSSS TO MUBAHILA AND THE MESSENGER ONLY BROUGHT ONE DAUGHTER AND THAT WAS FATIMA (s.a) PROVES THAT IF THE PROPHET (s) HAD MORE THAN ONE DAUGHTER FATIMA (s.a) WAS ELEVATED HIGHER THAN THEM, ALSO THESE SO CALLED OTHER DAUGHTERS WERE NOT IN THE CLOAK AT THE TIME OF THE REVELATION OF THE VERSE 33:33 WHICH PROVES FATIMA (s.a) IS THE ONLY DAUGHTER TO BE GIVEN A THOROUGH PURIFICATION. ALSO IF THE PROPHET HAD MORE THAN ONE DAUGHTER THEN WITH HIS FIRST WIFE THEN WHY DOESN'T HISTORY NARRATE HADITHS ABOUT THEM HMM I MEAN THERE ARE HADITHS ABOUT FATIMA (s.a) THAT THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH SAID: "SHE IS A PART OF ME" AND THAT SHE WILL CONTINUE MY NAME THROUGH HER CHILDREN AND THAT THE PROPHET WOULD STAND UP WHEN FATIMA (s.a) WOULD ENTER A ROOM WHY ISN'T THERE A MENTION OF THE OTHER DAUGHTERS HMM AND IF THERE WERE OTHER DAUGHTERS WERE ARE THEIR KIDS BECAUSE THEN RASOOLALLAH WOULD HAVE MORE GRANDCHILDREN WHY AREN'T THESE SO CALLED CHILDREN MENTIONED IN ANY NARRATION OF HISTORY HMMM

THEREFORE PROVING MY POINT THAT THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH ONLY HAD ONE DAUGHTER PERIOD! FROM HIS FIRST WIFE AND THAT WAS FATIMA (s.a) ABOUT WHOM THE PROPHET (s) HAS SAID: "SAYADATUN NISA IL ALAMEEN" AND IF HE HAD MORE DAUGHTERS THEN THEY WERE HIS STEP DAUGHTERS SIMPLE AS THAT, FATIMA (s.a) WAS HIS ONLY DAUGHTER AND SHE IS THE BEST WOMAN ALLAH (swt) EVER CREATED SIMPLE AS THAT!!!!

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