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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Sunday Dare begged daughter Grace, who changed her name to Khadijah after converting to Islam and fleeing to Syria in 2012, to bring the youngster home from the war-torn country.
Khadijah gave him all that a man needs from a loving, caring and thoughtful wife.
Among the young women known to have left the UK to join IS are Aqsa Mahmood, 20, from Glasgow, and Khadijah Dare, 22, from South London.
Most biographers of the Prophet (peace be upon him) put his age at 25, saying that Khadijah was 40.
Abu Bakar told reporters that students at Sekolah Menengah Arab Assaiyidah Khadijah in Serkam Darat, located about five kilometres from the factory, had also been told to go home today, as a safety measure owing to the fact that wind from the factory area was blowing in the direction of the students' hostel.
SINCE her history-making victory in the Magnolia Cup at Goodwood, Khadijah Mellah has been the woman of the moment and has found a rather famous fan to add to an already significant club.
I don't follow the gee-gees but last week, history was made at Glorious Goodwood when 18-year-old student Khadijah Mellah became the first person in the UK to appear in a competitive horse race while wearing a hijab.
I was blown away by teenage jockey Khadijah Mellah, smashing stereotypes by becoming the first Brit to race competitively in a hijab.
Khadijah Mellah, 18, who learned to ride at a charity stables for inner-city kids won charity ladies' race the Magnolia Cup.
The first wife of our Prophet (sa) Khadijah bint Khuwaylid (rtaf) was a successful and famous business woman of Makkah.
There's an incredible story this year as Khadijah Mellah, an 18-year-old British Muslim student from Peckham who learnt to ride at the charity Ebony Horse Club in Brixton, lines up against the likes of Olympian Victoria Pendleton and model Vogue Williams.
In the Magnolia Cup for lady riders, 18-year-old Khadijah Mellah emerged as an inspiration, especially for Muslim women, in sport.