Ağirman, Mustafa
June 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2007, Vol. 11 Issue 32, p105
Academic Journal
Besides of his self-mother, Holy Prophet accepted certain women as moral mother. He esteemed to them and interested in with this women closely. This womens were his wet-nurse Halîme and Ebu Leheb's bondwomen Suveybe and Ummu Eymen in maqam his mother and Fatma bint Esed and hiz daughter Fatıma.


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