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  Khadija Daughter of Khuwaylid, Wife of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
Khadija al-Kubra daughter of Khuwaylid ibn (son of) Asad ibn Abdul-`Uzza ibn Qusayy belonged to the clan of Banu Hashim of the tribe of Banu Asad.
Khadija's father, who died around 585 A.D., belonged to the Abd al-`Uzza clan of the tribe of Quraysh and, like many other Qurayshis, was a merchant, a successful businessman whose vast wealth and business talents were inherited by Khadija and whom the latter succeeded in faring with the family's vast wealth.
Among Khadija's merits was her being one of the four most perfect of all women of mankind, the other three being: Fatima daughter of Muhammad (pbuh), Maryam bint `Umran (Mary daughter of Amram), mother of Christ (as) and niece of prophet Zakariyya and Ishba (Elizabeth), and `Asiya daughter of Muzahim, wife of Pharaoh.
www.al-islam.org /masoom/bios/khadija.htm   (4823 words)

  
 UNFPA State of World Population 2006
Khadija was born in 1979 in a working class immigrant neighbourhood in north Amsterdam, the fifth daughter of two Moroccan parents.
Khadija belongs to a generation of young Muslims who are trying to find a way of being Muslim without turning their backs on the Western world where they grew up; a generation in which girls have acquired new social roles, and often are performing better, academically and professionally, than boys.
Khadija had to tell them she was Dutch as well and this was her country too.
www.unfpa.org /swp/2006/moving_young_eng/Khadija/Khadija.html   (0 words)

  
 Khadija Rizwan
Khadija applied to a number of colleges and universities on the west coast of the US, without really having a clear idea of what the places were like, or what she wanted to study.
Khadija will tell you that she has learned at least as much outside the classroom she has inside one.
Khadija’s academic interests are as diverse as the things she does here for fun, so she has made full use of the liberal arts curriculum at Lewis & Clark.
www.lclark.edu /dept/iso/biokhadijarizwan.html   (0 words)

  
 Khadija al Salami
Khadija al Salami was only two years old in 1968 when her home city of Sanaa was shelled by the Republicans during the Yemeni civil war (1962-1969), but she recalls how horrified she was when a small girl of her neighbourhood was killed.
Khadija al Salami asked what the vermillion streaks on the sheets were, and her grandmother Amina said it was "sharaf" -- honour -- and she understood that the stains came from the blood of the brides.
Khadija al Salami says the injustice convinced her that life was a battle to be fought and won, with no allies but her own will.
www.chris-kutschera.com /A/Khadija.htm   (1891 words)

  
 Khadija: 'Al-Tahira'
Khadija al-Kubra daughter of Khuwaylid ibn Asad ibn Abdul-`Uzza ibn Qusayy was from the Banu Hashim clan of the tribe of Banu Asad.
Khadija was a kind-hearted, giving woman known to frequently assist the poor and needy, assist relatives financially, and those who could not afford marriage.
Khadija met Muhammad (pbuh) when she was a widow and it was through their work arrangement that Khadija came to know Muhammad (pbuh) and became so impressed by his honesty and sincerity that she offered her hand in marriage.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/islam_in_the_us/32518   (434 words)

  
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Khadija Zayed believes that people are much more than their biology and to achieve effective healing, they need to address their mind, spirit and emotions.
Khadija has a great deal of respect for a person’s innate healing process and her method of practice supports and further empowers that process in each individual.
Khadija strives for balance in all areas of her life and Reiki and massage are the tools she uses to maintain that balance.
www.ghc-hmo.com /khadija_zayed.asp   (169 words)

  
 khadija smith   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Khadija Smith, an Ohio native, has been painting since the tender age of 8, selling her first painting at the age of 12 at an art gallery in Warren, Ohio entitled Morning Mist, an abstract piece consisting of striking shades of purple and pink.
Although Khadija did not quite take hold of a true appreciation for art at such a tender age, she continued to paint and draw because she loved to work with colors and she enjoyed seeing what she pictured in her mind come to life through color.
Khadija plans to maintain her work on a larger scale for others to appreciate and take pleasure in.
www.artmarketing.com /gallery/nubianartist   (192 words)

  
 Khadija
While we know little of possible points of influence of Khadija on Muhammad, it is clear that Khadija played a vital role in supporting her husband through the first difficult years of receiving revelations.
Khadija was a wealthy woman, either from inheritance or from her first two marriages, or from all sources.
Khadija is fondly described by all contemporary sources, and it is clear that Muhammad loved and respected her very much.
lexicorient.com /e.o/khadija.htm   (274 words)

  
 Hazrat Khadija (p) – One of the 4 perfect women of universe : JAFARIYA NEWS ARTICLES
Purification and piousness have been termed the basis of the religion and Khadija (peace be upon her) has given new heights to purification and piousness as a result of which she was awarded with the title of ‘Tahira’ even before the Prophethood declaration.
She stood by the Prophet (peace of Allah be upon him & his pure seed) all the time; in moments of trial and difficulty the Prophet (peace of Allah be upon him & his pure seed) used to come to her and she consoled and comforted her husband and encouraged him.
Khadija (peace be upon her)’s financial support had a great role in strengthening Islam.
www.jafariyanews.com /articles/2k3/5nov_hazratkhadija(sa).htm   (476 words)

  
 12.3 Memories: Pre-Soviet Era: Growing Up in Baku's Old City - Khadija Aghabeyli
Khadija eventually succeeded in getting a medical degree despite the many difficulties brought on when the Bolsheviks took control of Baku in 1920 and her father, a businessman, could not return to Azerbaijan from Germany where he was working.
Although Khadija seemed to prefer writing Azeri in the Arabic script which was the official alphabet until the late 1920s, her memoirs here were penned in Russian, which by the middle of the 20th century had become the prestigious language of Azerbaijan as it was in other Soviet republics as well.
Khadija did not hide her memoirs, but it would have been dangerous to express such thoughts about the Oil Baron period so openly during Stalin's regime and impossible to publish most of the diary during the Soviet era.
www.azer.com /aiweb/categories/magazine/ai123_folder/123_articles/123_khadija_aghabeyli.html   (3984 words)

  
 Testimony: Khadija's story
When asked how she managed to survive, Khadija explained that her oldest son Amjad had a job in a garage, where he earned the equivalent of eight US dollars a month.
Khadija started the procedures, but she and her family needed to heat their house and to eat while waiting for the coupons.
A few days after Khadija's visit to the ICRC office, she was given assistance in meeting her basic needs.
www.icrc.org /Web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/iwpList272/5D1BE15059855DBBC1256B7D00584032   (519 words)

  
 Khadija Haffajee: ISNA.net
Khadija is a founding member of Women for Peace and is the Muslim representative on the Co-ordinating Committee for Pastoral Care in Secondary Schools since 2001.
Khadija is and has been a Board member of the Children's Aid Society of Ottawa since 2000 and a member of the Multicultural Community Advisory Committee of the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) since 1996.
On March 21st,2006 Khadija was recognized by the Mayor of Ottawa for promoting interfaith dialogue and understanding among various communities and in April 2006 she received an award form the Ottawa Muslim Association for her contribution to interfaith Dialogue.
www.isna.net /about/profiles/Khadija_Haffaje.html   (427 words)

  
 Khadija, The Mother of the Belivers
The caravan is preparing to leave and Khadija, the daughter of Khuwaylid, is hiring men to trade for her.
Khadija was watching at the window when she saw Muhammad on his camel.
He is asking for your precious Khadija in marriage.” Waraqa, son of Nawfal, was a relative of Khadija.
www.islamicweb.com /history/khadija.htm   (0 words)

  
 At Ramadan, a Muslim woman describes Khadija, the Prophet Muhammad's first wife. -- Beliefnet.com
Khadija was wealthy and accomplished--but also twice widowed and 40 years old--when she married the future Prophet of Islam, 15 years her junior.
Khadija's story gave me hope as I married recently, at age 29, to a man much younger than me. It also did not hurt that I met my husband during the month of Ramadan, which made me think that, like Khadija, I might be entering into a match made in heaven.
The marriage of Khadija and Muhammad is a model for all Muslims.
www.beliefnet.com /story/154/story_15424_1.html   (623 words)

  
 Indigo Jo Blogs: Khadija's Christmas message
Leon at PP suggests that the channel "has decided to take its pseudo subversive ‘controversy’ reputation one step further", but what is of concern to Muslims is that this will give the Express and similar stupid rags an excuse to manufacture yet another of their pseudo-scandals to make a huge profit at our expense.
We are told she is in her early 30s, was born in Zimbabwe and has British nationality, lives in the Midlands and is "a freelance teacher and lecturer in Islamic studies and the Qur'an", but we are not given any other details about her, supposedly to avoid her being inundated with interview requests.
Perhaps someone out there knows who this Khadija is; I'm not suggesting you post her address, but maybe we could be enlightened as to why she went along with this idea.
www.blogistan.co.uk /blog/mt.php/2006/12/05/khadija_who_on_earth_is_khadij   (561 words)

  
 The Islamic Digest On Line   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The trading caravan was a great success and when Bibi Khadija heard of the Prophet's skills and excellent conduct, she became his admirer.
Soon it was arranged for Bibi Khadija to be married to the Prophet (S.A.W).
Bibi Khadija was there too and it was her wealth (which she donated for Islam) that sustained the Muslims at that time.
www.al-shia.com /html/eng/books/miscelleneous/life-history-of-ahle-bayt-and-their-families/articles17.htm   (443 words)

  
 Freelance Traveller - Up Close and Personal - Khadija Rekyaveer
Khadija Rekyaveer was born on Alston in 5683 AD graduating high school in 5700 AD.
Khadija spent the remainder of 5713 AD in training before being assigned to a vessel (ALS Venture) in 5714 Ad which was sent on a mission into the Virian Belt system.
Khadija discovering that at least one nation on Dennison was receiving aid from Alstons biggest rival, the Delsun Czarate.
www.freelancetraveller.com /features/characters/antony-farrell/khadija-rekyaveer.html   (346 words)

  
 Khadija the First Lady of Islam - Khadija.ca: News
Khadija bint Khuwaylid, the wife of the Prophet, is truly known as a noble lady; she was, in the modern terminology, the First Lady of Islam.
Although Khadija came from a very affluent background, she did not shy from sacrificing her wealth for the cause of Islam.
It is to her credit that the Prophet of Islam did not marry another woman as long as Khadija was alive; she was the only wife who bore children for him.
www.khadija.ca   (443 words)

  
 Islamica Magazine - The House of Sayyida Khadija
The House of Sayyida Khadija was rediscovered during the Haram extensions in 1989, then hurriedly covered over so as to obliterate any trace.
The school was eventually replaced by housing and gradually the existence of the remains of the House of Sayyida Khadija were little known among the general population of Mecca—apart from a few.
Area A was the room of Sayyida Khadija where she has two mihrabs, or prayer niches.
www.islamicamagazine.com /content/view/163/59   (794 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
My daughter Khadija has Down Syndrome and is an avid bookworm and, despite her disability, reads very well.
I am so happy to be able to provide Khadija with that little bit of extra input into her reading.
Khadija’s tutoring has been made possible by The City of Gosnells supporting members of the community to access grants such as this one.
www.dsc.wa.gov.au /default.aspx?et=3&ei=226&subSiteID=67   (210 words)

  
 Ali
THE DEATH OF KHADIJA (S. Three long years of starvation, sufferings and sickness made Khadija and Abu Talib (A.S.) so weak that both died within three days of their return to Mecca.
She had given twenty eight years of her life and all that she possessed to Mohammad (S.A.W) to spend on the cause of Islam, and Ali (A.S.) had lost a mother in whose laps he had grown.
She belonged to the most respectable clan of Quraish and was called Tahera (pure) the Arabs gave her the title of "The leader of the ladies." She was so bold and courageous that she managed the entire business of her father herself as he was very old.
members.tripod.com /~mdhasan/Ali/chap11.htm   (474 words)

  
 Ziaraat.com - Bibi Khadija(a.s.) - About
Both Waraqa and Bibi Khadija were monothiests and believed in one Allah.
In 595 AD, Bibi Khadija was looking for someone to be in charge of her caravan to Syria.
According to Shiite tradition, this was her first marriage and that she was not a widow as is narrated by non-shiite sources.
www.ziaraat.com /makkhd01.html   (633 words)

  
 Hadhrat Khadija (radhiAllaahu anha)
After Hadhrat Khadija (radhiAllaahu anha)'s two husbands passed away, one after the other, many noble persons were hopeful of marrying her owing to her honour, respect and wealth.
When Hadhrat Khadija (radhiAllaahu anha) heard that Muhammed Bin Abdullah Al-Ameen (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)'s uncle had advised him to take her goods to sell, she took the opportunity to send a message to the trustworthy, honest and veracious Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam), and invited him to be an agent for her.
He said; "Khadija is approaching, when she comes to you, convey Allaah Ta`ala's and my Salaams to her, and give her the glad tidings of such a place in Jannat, which will have pearls.
members.tripod.com /worldupdates/newupdates10/id123.htm   (3682 words)

  
 Khaleej Times Online - KHADIJA MOVES AT SHUTTER SPEED
Her recent two-week-trip to Malaysia served two purposes for Khadija Al Moosawi, a student in the college of Communication and Media Sciences, Zayed University, Dubai.
Khadija’s photo exhibition is the culmination of her efforts during the course.
Khadija believes that the course has helped her become much more than just a media professional.
www.khaleejtimes.com /Displayarticle.asp?section=citytimes&xfile=data/citytimes/2004/december/citytimes_december145.xml   (650 words)

  
 - DAWN - Earthquake Relief
Khadija Ali is a 19-year-old hailing from the village of Kucha-e-Sayedan, located on the left bank of the Upper Jhelum Valley, in Hattian Tehsil.
Her story is the story of the several thousands of women, who, just after at 08:50 am, on October 8, 2005, found themselves suddenly without a future.
To do this, Khadija must learn new vocational skills that will allow her to survive with dignity in this remote corner of Kashmir.
www.dawn.com /events/earthquake_relief/khadijastory.htm   (532 words)

  
 Fatima The Gracious
The death of Fatima's mother, Lady Khadija, brought sadness and grief to her heart; for Khadija was an affectionate mother who had predicted the tough life her darling daughter would live.
Khadija replied: "l am not crying (for fear of death), rather, I am crying because every woman needs a close friend on her wedding night to tell her secrets to and help her in certain issues; Fatima is still very young and I am afraid that she will be alone on her wedding night!"
Hence, the year in which the deaths of Khadija and Abu Talib occurred, was called "the year of sorrow" by the Prophet (S) Khadija's death was a disaster for the Prophet; not only because she was his wife, but also because she was the first one to believe in his messengership.
www.karbala-najaf.org /zahra/kdeath.html   (651 words)

  
 CHAPTER 18   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The reason for this jealousy was that Khadija had made a place for herself in the heart of her husband which no one else could take.
Therefore, when she asked him why he was feeding the poor, clothing the naked, and comforting the cheerless, he ought to have given her a "discreet" answer, one that would not have frayed her nerves.
Khadija's largess was reaching the hungry, the poor and the sick, even after her death.
home.swipnet.se /islam/A_Personality/khadija/chapter18.htm   (1107 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Veiled woman to give C4's speech
Khadija, a Zimbabwean-born British citizen who has been wearing the full veil - or niqab - for 10 years, has been given the slot.
Khadija is a freelance lecturer in Islamic studies and the Koran.
The right to wear the niqab made the headlines earlier this year when the Leader of the House of Commons, Jack Straw, said that it hindered communication.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/6210324.stm   (274 words)

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