Why did Imam Ali marry several times

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Aisha was one of the wives of the Prophet Muhammad (s.) And thus one of the mothers of the believers. Her father is Abu Bakr. She belonged to the group of wives of the Prophet (s.) Whom he married after the death of Khadijah.

There is a great deal of controversy among Muslims about Aisha's marriage to the Prophet Muhammad (s.), Especially about age (see Aisha's marriage).

Aisha in the Holy Quran

Aisha is indirectly mentioned in several places in the Holy Qur'an: Among other things, there was once an incident in which she accidentally stayed behind on a journey after a short rest from the caravan and then unjustly from talkative Bedouins of fornication [zina] with Safwan ibn Muattal was accused. The verses 11 ff. Revealed in Sura 24 (An-Nur), however, proved their innocence in this case.

Another well-known story from the Holy Quran is her jealousy of Zainab bint Jahsch, who had offered the Prophet Muhammad (s.) A particularly tasty honey, which he was very happy about. Together with Hafsa, Aisha falsely accused him of bad breath, whereupon verses 66: 1 were revealed as a warning to the two of them and to all those who envy those who are allowed to enjoy the affection of the Prophet Muhammad (s.) Through their love for him.

Favorite woman myth

Regrettably, Aisha is attributed in some sources that she was the "favorite wife" of the Prophet Muhammad (s.), While she herself verbally envied his "favorite wife" Khadijah, to whom he was married alone, on several occasions. After Khadija's death, Prophet Muhammad (s.) Treated all his later wives equally and gave none of them any preference. The later marriages took place to unite the tribes and to strengthen the social bonds of the community.

Aisha as a narrator

Over 2000 records are traced back to Aischa in several factories. A well-known tradition, most of which is attributed to it, led to some misunderstandings about the first revelation. However, the tradition cannot come from her, as she was not born at that time and no reference is made to the stories of others when it is passed on.

After the death of the Prophet Muhammad (s.)

Less is known about them during the time of the first three caliphs. In the time of the 4th Caliph Imam Ali (a.) She was involved in the so-called camel battle against him, from which she was not deterred by the dogs of Hawab either.

Since Aisha had no children herself, she took his son Qasim and his daughter under her care when her brother Abdurrahmam died.

Aisha was also involved in the dispute that occurred at the funeral of Imam Hasan (a.), When Imam Husain (a.) Wanted to take his brother past the grave of Prophet Muhammad (s.) Before the funeral. Aisha was instrumental in preventing that.

Aisha's demise

Aisha died on the night of Tuesday, the 17th Ramadan, 57 a.d.H. (678). When she was dying, she decided to be buried next to the other wives of the Prophet (s). Her funeral prayer was presided over by Abu Huraira.