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  • ID: I56870
  • Name: Fatima Zehra
  • Surname: Fatima Zehra
  • Sex: F
  • Change Date: 16 SEP 2007
  • Note: ... 1 2 3
  • Birth: ABT 614 in Mecca, Makkah, Northwestern Arabia
  • Death: 632 in Medina

    Father: ibn Abdullah Muhammad b: ABT 25 MAR 570
    Mother: Khadijah bint Khuwaylid b: ABT 575

    Marriage 1 Ali bin Abi Talid b: ABT 21 MAR 598
    • Married: 624
    1. Has Children Al-Husain
    2. Has No Children Zohra
    3. Has No Children Mohsin
    4. Has No Children Umm al-Kulthum
    5. Has No Children Umm al-Kulthum
    6. Has No Children Raquia
    7. Has No Children Zaynab Kobra
    8. Has No Children Khadija
    9. Has Children Imam Hussain
    10. Has Children Umm-e-Kulsoom
    11. Has Children al-Hasan b: ABT 626

    1. Abbrev: Augustan, The, Vol. XVIII, No. 4
      Title: Augustan, The, Vol. XVIII, No. 4
      Page: Page 122.
    2. Abbrev: Imported GEDCOM file
      Title: GEDCOM file imported on 25 Aug 1998. From laptop as big computer messed up the file. Most of the sources not shown are the LDS Ancestral File.
    3. Abbrev: Internet
      Title: Internet
      Page: from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Text: Fatima Zahra

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

      Fatima Zahra also called Fatemeh Al Zahraa or Az-Zahra was the daughter of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his first wife Khadija. She was born in Mecca , northwestern Arabia, around 614 (Shi'a tradition) or 606 CE (Sunni tradition) and died in Medina in 632, soon after her father Muhammad's death. In 624, she was married to her father's cousin, Ali ibn Abi Talib, who was one of Muhammad's lieutenants and later, the fourth caliph, or leader of the Muslims. (Note that this is controversial; Shi'a Muslims believe that Ali was the first legitimate caliph.]

      Fatima had two sons by Ali, Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn ibn Ali, and two daughters, Umm Khultum bint Ali and Zaynab bint Ali.

      The two major Muslim groups, Shi'a and Sunni, generally agree on this much, but give very different detailed accounts of her life.

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