Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad

Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad

Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad ( _ar. عبدالله بن محمد) AKA Taher ibn Muhammad ("Taher" = "clean/pure") [ [http://www.balagh.net/english/quran/light/108/108_0.htm The Light of The Holy Qur'an (Sura Kauthar (The Abundance)) ] ] or Tayib ibn Muhammad ("tayib" = "sweet") [ [http://www.answering-islam.de/Main/Books/Muir/Life2/chap2.htm Life of Mahomet [Volume II Chapter 2 ] ] was one of the sons Muhammad and Khadija. Qasim ibn Muhammad was his older brother.

Abd-Allah died in childhood in 615 CE.


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