What Were The Services Of Hazrat Khadija(RA) For The Cause Of Islam?


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Lily James answered

Hazrat Khadijah R.A was the first wife of Prophet Muhammad P.B.you.H. She was the daughter of Khuwaylid ibn Asad and belonged to Banu Hashim Clan.

Her contributions to Islam are numerous. She was the first person to convert to Islam. She trusted her husband and she consoled him whenever he was distressed about the reactions of the non-muslims. She sacrificed her wealth to promote Islam. She also patiently bear the persecutions of the non-muslims and aristocrats of Quraish.

She remain at the side of the Propher Muhammad P.B.you.H all her life and supported him in his mission. She died in the year 619. This year is known as the year of sorrow. This is because Prophet Muhammad P.B.you.H was deeply moved on her death. She was the favorite wife of the Prophet Muhammad P.B.you.H and he did not remarry until her death.

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Ellie Hoe answered
Hazrat Khadija was the first wife of prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Hazrat Khadija is considered as Om-ul-momineen and was the one of the very first people who believed in declarance of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the last messenger of God. She belonged to a very rich and noble family. She was the first business women in Islam who used to have a large business empire and was known as 'Malika-e-Arab' (the queen of Arab). Her life is an excellent example for all the muslim women so that they can lead their lives according to preachings of Islam. Hazrat Khadija helped Prophet Muhammad in propagating Islam and did everything which could help establish supremacy of Islam.
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She was really important and her acceptance of islam greatly helped the holy prophet
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Khadija was born was a terribly male chauvinistic one, Khadija earned two titles: Ameerat-Quraysh, Princess of Quraysh, and al-Tahira, the Pure One, due to her impeccable personality and virtuous character, not to mention her honorable descent. She used to feed and clothe the poor, assist her relatives financially, and even provide for the marriage of those of her kin who could not otherwise have had means to marry.
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