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  • The First Muslim and the Wife of the Prophet Muhammad
  • By: Resit Haylamaz
  • Narrated by: Denis Oran
  • Length: 2 hrs and 20 mins
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By: Resit Haylamaz
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Exploring the birth period of Islam, this biography focuses on one of the most prominent and respected Muslim women in history: Khadija, the wife of the Prophet Muhammad. Addressing both her devotion and her leadership roles in Mecca, this audiobook shines light on a figure who is an inspiration to women - both Muslim and non-Muslim alike.

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