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What is the actual opinion of Guru Nanak on Prophet Muhammad?


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On 9/23/2021 at 2:04 AM, GurjantGnostic said:

Some interesting stuff online about there having been two Mohammeds. The one who scribed the Koran and the one who stole it and turned it into a business. 

I don't know if that's true, because the famous one apparently couldn't read, so I don't know how he'd read the other one's writings.  

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5 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I don't know if that's true, because the famous one apparently couldn't read, so I don't know how he'd read the other one's writings.  

Yeah, but what's her name? Mohammad's older lady, was super savvy. 

I also don't know if it's true. But it would make a good alternative history premise at least, to explain the dichotomy. 

Also. Feigning illiteracy has to be one of the easier cons. 

Can you read that? Nope.

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Just now, GurjantGnostic said:

No disrespect to anyone, but yeah. You want to study somebody in that situation it's probably her. 

I think we are getting our wires crossed. I was talking about his much older first wife, who was a widow.

From wiki:

 

According to the most accepted tradition, Muhammad married at the age of 25 to his first wife Khadija bint Khuwaylid, who was a 40 year old widow. [3] She lived with him for 25 years. After her death in 619 CE,[3] he married a total of 12 women over the remaining years of his life.

 

Khadijah bint Khuwaylid[edit]

At the age of 25, Muhammad wed his wealthy employer, the 40-year-old daughter of a merchant, Khadija.[16][17][18] This marriage, his first, would be both happy and monogamous; Muhammad would rely on Khadija in many ways, until her death 25 years later.[19][20] They had two sons, Qasim and Abd-Allah (nicknamed al-Ṭāhir and al-Ṭayyib respectively),[21] both died young, and four daughters—Zaynab, Ruqaiya, Umm Kulthum and Fatimah. Shia scholars dispute the paternity of Khadija's daughters, as they view the first three of them as the daughters from previous marriages and only Fatimah as the daughter of Muhammad and Khadija.[22] During their marriage, Khadija purchased the slave Zayd ibn Harithah, then adopted the young man as her son at Muhammad's request.[23] Abu Talib and Khadija died in the same year. He declared the year as Aam ul-Huzn (year of sorrow).[24]

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I think we are getting our wires crossed. I was talking about his much older first wife, who was a widow.

From wiki:

 

According to the most accepted tradition, Muhammad married at the age of 25 to his first wife Khadija bint Khuwaylid, who was a 40 year old widow. [3] She lived with him for 25 years. After her death in 619 CE,[3] he married a total of 12 women over the remaining years of his life.

 

Khadijah bint Khuwaylid[edit]

At the age of 25, Muhammad wed his wealthy employer, the 40-year-old daughter of a merchant, Khadija.[16][17][18] This marriage, his first, would be both happy and monogamous; Muhammad would rely on Khadija in many ways, until her death 25 years later.[19][20] They had two sons, Qasim and Abd-Allah (nicknamed al-Ṭāhir and al-Ṭayyib respectively),[21] both died young, and four daughters—Zaynab, Ruqaiya, Umm Kulthum and Fatimah. Shia scholars dispute the paternity of Khadija's daughters, as they view the first three of them as the daughters from previous marriages and only Fatimah as the daughter of Muhammad and Khadija.[22] During their marriage, Khadija purchased the slave Zayd ibn Harithah, then adopted the young man as her son at Muhammad's request.[23] Abu Talib and Khadija died in the same year. He declared the year as Aam ul-Huzn (year of sorrow).[24]

That's the one. She's the real og if you ask me. 

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