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Paki aunty has a unique role in Islamic religious history. She represents the female lead of Islam's first "cantankerous" family, the Banu 'Ayyubi, who became the first Muslim ruling family in Mecca and were the first to establish the first Muslim society, the Banu Madaydah.

Paki aunty was the daughter of the last of her family who had been banished from her hometown in Iran for refusing to participate in the ritual slaughter of uae girls her father's firstborn son. The muslims marriage last of the firstborn sons of the Prophet Muhammad had died when he was still young.

The Banu 'Ayyubi were exiled to the eastern part of Mecca. A woman from the clan, Zainab, and her family (the Banu Hanif) lived on vivastreet pakistani a mountain next to the Banu Hanif.

Zainab was a member of the Banu Hanif's matriarchal society, but the women in her family had a separate life from those who lived among the men. The women lived apart and in different homes, often being separated by mountains.

After the death of her husband, the Prophet Muhammad's father and uncle, Zainab, was ordered to marry Zainab's brother's wife, 'Aisha. When the Prophet Muhammad had no male children, Zainab and her brothers, Zaid and Umm Kulthum, took care of the Prophet's two sons. They were able to help him while he was an infant because of their close social standing and because they were the second and third generations to be born in the house.

Zainab and her brother's wife, 'Aisha, were considered indian matrimonial sites in canada to be one of the most respected women in Islam and to have been a prophet's wife. They were considered as such because of the edmonton muslim special status they had in Islam. The Prophet Muhammad and other Prophet's wives were referred to as maktaba' (a term that means prophet's wives) by Muslim society. Because of their special status, Zainab and her brothers and sisters were considered as being in the Prophet's circle of friends and not as people who had to be kept in line by their parents. When the Prophet Muhammad was about 5 years old, Zainab's uncle, Muhammad ibn Abi Talib, came and took him to visit his sister Zaynab. Although Muhammad was considered very young when he met Zaynab, his aunt would take care of him because of his reputation in Islam. Although Zaynab was very happy to see her nephew, she felt that the boy was too young and too small to be a prophet. She decided that she needed to raise him. This led to Zainab being the first child in the Muslim world to be raised by a single woman. The Prophet Muhammad's father, Ali (a.s) disliked this arrangement and told his son to take Zaynab from her parents and take her to live with her own father-in-law, a man named Uthman ibn Affan (a.s). After her adoption by this man, Zainab became the only Muslim woman ever to be brought up by her own father. Her aunt Zaynab was very strict about not allowing the Prophet (saw) to take her own children, but she was not as strict as her mother Zaynab.

The Prophet (saw) had to have a strong backbone to face the enemies of Islam. He used to hide his face under a scarf when he was in the mountains. Zaynab used to call the Prophet (saw) "Al-Hajjaj" (The Messenger). Zaynab was the first woman to get married and she became very close to her husband. She even had her own daughter from her first marriage. She was very loving towards her husband, but she was always thinking about her own children, and always asked that they be raised with a strict Islamic upbringing. The Prophet (saw) did not have a good relationship with his mother. He disliked his mother for having bad qualities. After his father died, he did not have any close relatives to live with. A few years after the death of his father, he and Zaynab were staying together in Madinah. Zaynab was always asking her son to stay with her but the Prophet (saw) was very happy with her. It was the same with his other wives. sweedish men During their time together, Zaynab also began to have relationships with other men. But she would always have bad intentions for the Prophet (saw). The only time when she was not having relations with her brother was when she had an affair with one of the companions of the Prophet (saw). It was not until after her father's death that she began to come to know of the Prophet's real love for her. She even told her brothers not to have any contact with her. Zaynab's husband was Muhammad bin Muhammad ibn Salah, the youngest of sex dating bristol all the Prophet's wives. The relationship between the two was so intense, in fact, that they called each other "the Mother and the Son." Zaynab was one of the most beloved people of the Prophet (saw). She never took his orders lightly. One day she was ordered by her father to attend the Hajj. She did not even allow the Prophet's Companions to come near her. She stood in the front row with a crowd of people cheering her on and her eyes were wide and happy. The Prophet (saw) stopped her from entering the tent. He said, "Do not let anyone be with you but those who will listen to you." She replied, "I will not listen to anyone except you." Then she said to the Prophet (saw), "O my Lord, may you guide me to the right path." The Prophet (saw) said, "Have you seen a person like Zaynab?" She replied, "Yes." Then he (saw) said, "I want you to be like her." Zaynab's husband, Umm Khaled, would make her take off her clothes to cover her. The Prophet (saw) had a special bed, made specially for her. When she entered it she would go in, and if she was not able to do so, she would return home without covering her modesty. Zaynab used to lie with her face to the left side.