The life a pious man who only thinks of God should not be full of sex . When you see the following list of Muhammad’s wives and slvaes you will understand why most of Islamic teachings are about sex. The reason is that the leader ( Muhammad) had only sex in his mind.
Don`t you let any one to decieve you by claiming that his marriages were for political reasons. All of them were because of his lust for sex and in one case ( Khadijah ) for money.
Muhammad had married 21 wives:
(1)= Khadijah bt.Khuwaylid( خديجة بنت خويلد)[Muhammad ibn Saad, Tabaqat vol. 1. Translated by Haq, S. M. Ibn Sa’d’s Kitab al-Tabaqat al-Kabir, pp. 148–149. Delhi: Kitab Bhavan. ],[ The Life of Muhammad. Oxford. p. 83 ]
(2)= Sawdah bt, Jamah( سودة بنت زمعة) [Ibn Kathir, Wives of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) ]
(3)= Aisha bt. Abu Bakr( عائشة )[ Aleem, Shamim (2007). Prophet Muhammad(s) and His Family: A Sociological Perspective. AuthorHouse. p. 130. ISBN 9781434323576.]
(4)=Hafsah bt. Umar( حفصة بنت عمر )[ Muhammad ibn Saad, Tabaqat vol. 8. Translated by Bewley, A. (1995). The Women of Madina p. 56. London: Ta-Ha Publishers. ]
(5)= Hind bint Abi Umayya( : هند بنت أبي أمية)[ Fahiminejad, Fahimeh. "Exemplary Women: Lady Umm Salamah” (PDF). ][ [ Hamid, AbdulWahid (1998). Companions of the Prophet Vol. 1. London: MELS. p. 139. ISBN 0948196130. ]r> (6)= Juwayriyya bint al-Harith(جويرية بنت الحارث)[J[Juwayriyya bint al-Harith – The Oxford Dictionary of Islam ] [ Ibn Ishaq’s Sirat Rasul Allah, p. 490-493. ]r> (7)=Umm Habiba bt. Abi Sufyan :Ramla bint Abi Sufyan (رملة بنت أبي سفيان) also known as Umm Habiba (أم حبيبة) . ceremony took place in Abyssinia. Muhammad was not present and Ramla chose Khalid ibn Said ( خالد بن سعيد )as her legal guardian[I[Ibn Hisham note 918 ]r> (8)=Zaynab bt Jahsh( زينب بنت جحش)[ [ Al-Tabari, Vol. 8, p. 4; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, p. 180 /Ishaq 3/ Maududi (1967), Tafhimul Quran, Chapter Al Ahzab ]r> (9)=Safiyyah bt. Huyayy( صفية بنت حيي) [ [ Ibn Saad, al-Tabaqat, pp.120-123 ][ [ The Muslim World, Volume 82, Issue 1-2: 1-36. ]r> (10)=Maymunah bt. Al-Harith( ميمونة بنت الحارث الهلالية )Her original name was Barrah, but Muhammad changed it to Maymuna.she died at the age of 80[ [ Landau-Tasseron/Tabari, p. 186. ][ "Ibn Kathir: Wives of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)”. islamawareness.net. ]r> (11)= Sana bt. Asma (or Saba bt. Asma) She died before Muhammad consummated the marriage.(Tabari vol.9 page 136)
(12)= Al-Shanba’ bint Amr She was from a Bedouin tribe who appeared friendly to Muhammad but who had also been friends of the Qurayza tribe. Al-Shanba’ insulted Muhammad on the first day by saying about the death of his son Ibrahim”If he were a prophet ,the person who is dearest to him would not have died”Muhammad divorced her immediately. (Tabari, vol 9, page 136)
(13)=Ghaziyyah bt. Jabir ibn Hakim or Umm Sharik. She was previously married and had a son named Sharik. She was beautiful but she refused to consummate the marriage.( Tabari vol 39 ,page 289); Muhammad found her old and divorced her (Tabari vol.9 page 139) Quranic verse 33:50 refers to her , Then he returned her to her people
(14)= Amrah bt. Yazid . (Tabari vol.9 p.139.)The marriage was not consummated.According to these ahadith Mohammed divorced ‘Amra. Ibn-i-Majah vol.3 no.2054 p.233 /vol.3 no.2030 p.226
(15)= Asma bt. Al-Numan. ( Asma bint al-Nu’man bin Abi Al-Jawn, of the Kindah tribe ) the marriage was never consummated( al-Tabari vol.10 p.185 )Muhammad found her suffering from leprosy; so he divorced her ( al-Tabari vol.9 p.137)giving her compensation. their marriage was short Bukhari vol.7 book 63 no.181 p.131,132
(16)= Zaynab bt. Khuzaymah ( زينب بنت خزيمة )also called Umm al-Masakin (mother of the poor)[ Kh[ Khaled, Amr. The Mothers of the Believers: Zaynab Bint Khuzayma ][Ahmed, M. Mukkaram. "Encyclopaedia of Islam”, 2005. p. 141 ]li[Muslim World League Journal, 1998 ]17)= Al-Aliyaah bt. Zabyan(her real name was: ‘Aliyyah bint Zabyan bin ‘Amr bin ‘Awf bin Ka’b ) Muhammad divorced her. al-Tabari vol.39 p.188 , then married her again, but divorced her again.She dies while Muhammad still was alive.(al-Tabari vol.9 p.138.)
(18)= Qutaylah bt. Qays—but Muhammad died before he could consummate his marriage with her. She and her brother apostatized from Islam.( al-Tabari vol.9 p.138-139. )
(19)= Fatimah bint al-Dahhak bin Sufyan (also called al-Kilabiyyah). Muhammad married her briefly( al-Tabari vol.9 p.39 )( al-Tabari vol.39 p.186)
(20)= Kawlah bt. Hudhayl (al-Tabari vol.9 p.139 ) ( al-Tabari vol.39 p.166)
(21)=Layla bt. Al-Khatim ( ليلى بنت الخاتم )[[ her[[ her real name was: Layla bt. al-Khatim b. ‘Adi b. ‘Amr b. Sawad b. Zafar b. al-Harith b. al-Khazraj]offered herself to Muhammad and Muhammad accepted her as his wife.. Later, when her people admonished her for marrying Muhammad, she requested for a divorce and Muhammad divorced her.[ The [ The History of Al-Tabari: The Last Years of the Prophet, translated and annotated by Ismail K. Poonawala [State University of New York Press, Albany, 1990]me IX, p. 139 ][Al-Ta[Al-Tabari, Vol. 9 p. 139 ]ou can read the whole story here:
()= Sharaf bint Khalifa Mohammed married Sharaf bint Khalifah, sister of Dihyah bin Lhalifah al-Kalbi, but she died while Mohammed was still alive. al-Tabari vol.9 p.138
()=Mulaykah bint Dawud al-Laythiyyah,when she was told that Mohammed was the one who had her father killed, she took refuge in Allah from Mohammed. So Mohammed separated from her( al-Tabari vol.8 p.189)some believe that she is the same as Mulaykah bint Ka’b .
()=Mohammed divorced an unnamed woman because she would peek at those leaving the mosque. al-Tabari vol.39 p.187
For Chronological Order of the Prophet Muhammad’s wives see Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, pp. 127-128; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 3-4, Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, pp. 128-130; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 169-170., Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, pp. 128-131; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 171-174. Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, pp. 131-132; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 174-175. Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, p. 138; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 63-64.Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, p. 132; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 175-177. Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, p. 134; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 180-182.Al-Tabari, Vol. 9, p. 133; Al-Tabari, Vol. 39, pp. 182-184.
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