Khadijah


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Khadijah

(ˌkɑˈdiːdʒə)
n
(Biography) 554–619 ad, the first wife of the Prophet Mohammed, regarded as the first convert to Islam
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She couldn't leave her bed as she sobbed from the shock of the situation and was recorded being comforted by her twin sister Khadijah Haqq.
The High Achievement award was presented to Khadijah Aim Qureshi, Saad Ahmed Khan, Ibrahim Ibidapo, Ayesha Ahmed, Aamna Asim and Mahrukh Bakali.
It is at this time, in a highly chauvinistic society, that Lady Khadijah hired him to work for her.
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Filmmakers Khadijah Kudsi and Samia Ali co-directed the film by following Al-Qaissieh's life for six months.
With Khadijah Shah of Elan as its creative backbone, Sapphire believes in bringing a little bit of magic with every design that inspires and indulges you.
She cited the example of Khadijah, the first wife of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who was an esteemed and successful entrepreneur who ran a business larger than all of the Quraysh trades combined, at a time when society was largely male-dominated.
Khadijah Haqq McCray, who has been friends with the Kardashian family for years, took to Twitter with (https://twitter.
When I saw [my sister], her nose was bleeding and there was blood on her back," Khadijah, 29, told Gulf News via phone from Manila.
The team included creative director Khadijah Shah, head of marketing Natasha Saleem and model Rabia Butt.
We are moving closer, as a nation, to ending marijuana prohibition through federal legalization," company founder and CEO Khadijah Adams said today.
Jasim Khadijah, an Islamic State member believed to be responsible for a deadly attack by militants on U.