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Ramadan Tefsir Day 17: Polygamous In Islam

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In this Aug. 15, 2009 photo, polygamist Mohammad Inaamulillah Bin Ashaari, center, is shown with his four wives, from left, Rohaiza Esa, Ummu Habibah Raihaw , Nurul Azwa Mohd Ani,and Ummu Ammarah Asmis at the "Ikhwan Polygamy Club Family Day" in Rawang, north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Polygamy is legal for Muslims in Malaysia, though not widespread. The Ashaari clan believes it should be. Last month, the sprawling family launched a Polygamy Club that seeks to promote plural marriages for what it says are noble aims, such as helping single mothers, prostitutes and older women find husbands. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Since 9/11, we have observed that certain groups have tried to capitalize on that tragedy by attacking Islam from all sides. Unfortunately, even some Christian TV channels have joined in this Islam-bashing and are trying to tarnish the image of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny).

One of the most common themes in their attack against Islam is on the Prophet Muhammad’s many wives.

We wish first to discuss the concept of polygamy in Islam followed by the marriages of the Prophet.

Marriage
Marriage in Islam is a sign of God’s power and glory. The Qur’ãn says:

“From His signs is that He has created for you spouses from yourselves so that you may get peace [and tranquility] through them; and He placed between you love and mercy. In these are signs for the people who reflect.” (Surah ar-Room, 30:21)

Listen to interesting Tefsir on this topic from Ustadz Musa Ismail. Proudly brought to you by Islamic Hotspot Africa Tv(ISLAH).

Listen below about this great topic from our scholars:

Download: Polygamous In Islam
"Polygamous In Islam" from Islamichotspot by ustadz Musa Ismail. Released: 2018. Track 1. Genre: Tefsir.
download_times: 25, Size: 16.6 MB, upload_date: 11 Jun. 2018

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