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Encyclopedia > Disputes over Islamic historical dates
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There are a number of uncertainties and disputes over Islamic historical dates.


Introduction

Most of these disputes can be traced to Shi'a-Sunni disagreements. Shi'a often argue that history has been distorted to further a Banu Umayyad agenda. In many cases, complications with the historiography of early Islam have also resulted in lack of consensus within denominations of Islam. The Courtyard of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, one of the grandest architectural legacies of the Umayyads. ... The historiography of early Islam is the study of how various historians have treated the events of the first two centuries of Islamic history. ...


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Some of them include:

  • The age at wich Khadija married Muhammad (25-40 years)
  • The date of birth of Fatimah (-+10 years)
  • The marriage in wich three of Khadijas three daughters where born in, see Genealogy of Khadijas daughters.
  • The number of marriages Khadija was in before marrying Muhammad (0-2 marriages).
  • The existence of Fatimahs third son, Muhsin ibn Ali.
  • Disputes over the identity of the "Umm Khulthum" that married Umar (bint Ali, Bint Abu Bakr or a third).
  • The year of the prohibition of Nikah Mut'ah.
  • Date of birth of Aisha (6-14 years).
  • Indentity of the second wife of Muhammad (Sawda or Aish'a)

Fātima was originally an Arabic name, meaning She who weans, being the name of the only proved surviving child of the prophet Muhammad; after the advent of Islam it became a common Muslim name for women. ... The Islamic prophet Muhammads wife, Khadija, had six children. ... Khadija (Arabic: خديجه ) was the first wife of the Prophet Muhammad. ... For other uses of the name, see Umar (disambiguation). ... It has been suggested that Mutta marriage be merged into this article or section. ... Aisha bint Abu Bakr, AyÅŸe, Ayesha, Aisha, or Aisha (Arabic: ‎ `āisha, she who lives) was a wife of Muhammad. ...

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