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    1. #1
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      My Son Want To Know What Was Name Of Prophet Musa(as)'s Mother Name? Jazakallah For Awnsering Previous Question.

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      his real mother was Jochebed. This is what I know. I would like someone else to double check this, please.

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      ok brother I was correct. Her name was indeed Eucabid/Jochebed.

      Hazrat Asiya was Pharaoh's wife and she adopted Prophet Moses after he was rescued from Nile.

      His wife's name was Saphura.

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      from qasas-ul-anbiyaa written by sayed saeed ali shah....

      Moosa's (as) father's name was Imran....
      his sister's name was Maryam....
      his wief's name was saphura....
      his father-in-law was the prophet Shoaib (as)....
      i think we all know, his brother's name was Haroon (as)....

      P.S. i dont find this book authentic from which i have quoted the names....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      I dont think her name is mentioned in the Quran. However, from the bible it is understood that she was the daughter of prophet Shuaib (Jethro) and her name was Zapporah.



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      most probably "Safura" latin zipporah...wallahu alam - (Allah knows best)

      .....The husband may be loaned money by his father or family, but it must be repaid. In the case of Nabi Musa (the Prophet Moses), when he left Egypt for Madyan he married Safura the daughter of the Prophet Shu'ayb. His mahr mu'ajjal was settled and paid off by binding himself to grazing his father-in-law's cattle for ten years without wages. Presumably Shu'ayb had paid Safura on Musa's behalf.[http://www.islamfortoday.com/ruqaiyyah07.htm]
      antumul alona in kuntum momineen (surah ale-imran v. 139)

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      her wife name was Safura and i dunno about Her mother name..
      Patta patta boota boota haal hamaara jaane hai
      Jaane na jaane gul he na jaane, baagh to saara jaane hai

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      Quote Originally Posted by Antumul alona
      most probably "Safura" latin zipporah...wallahu alam - (Allah knows best)

      .....The husband may be loaned money by his father or family, but it must be repaid. In the case of Nabi Musa (the Prophet Moses), when he left Egypt for Madyan he married Safura the daughter of the Prophet Shu'ayb. His mahr mu'ajjal was settled and paid off by binding himself to grazing his father-in-law's cattle for ten years without wages. Presumably Shu'ayb had paid Safura on Musa's behalf.[http://www.islamfortoday.com/ruqaiyyah07.htm]
      Link don't work bruv...
      Focus not on who you are but what you do...

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      ^ remove the closing square bracket from the end and it'll work

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      with plenty of regards to all u who took time to write. JAZAKALLAH

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      Wife of Prophet Musa عليه السلام

      Musa عليه السلام arrived in Midian, fleeing from Egypt where he had accidentally slain a brutal Egyptian slavemaster.

      On Midian soil the first sight that greeted him was that of a crowd of people drawing water from a well for their animals, while two sisters stood at some distance with their pitchers, evidently waiting their turn. Musa عليه السلام realised that in Midian too, the rule of the law was that might is right. The girls, he thought, were from a poor and weak family, and would not be able to get the water until the clean water had been used up and what remained for them was the last slushy part.

      Musa عليه السلام could not bear to see the helplessness of the two sisters. He stepped forward and asked the girls why they stood behind the others. They replied that if they came forward, they would be pushed away to the back; that their father was old and unable to help them; and that it was their daily routine.

      Musa عليه السلام could not restrain himself. He tore through the crowd and picking up the largest bucket he drew water from the well and gave it to the girls' animals to drink. The crowd was clearly over-awed by his dignified personality and his immense physical strength.

      When the girls had their flock watered, they returned home. Their father asked them why they had come back sooner than the usual time, and they told him that an Egyptian had helped them to water the flock. He told one of the girls to go fast and invite the man to the house as he would like to repay him for his kindness and assistance.

      Meanwhile Musa عليه السلام was resting under the shade of a tree and made this beautiful dua to Allah

      My Lord! I am in need of whatever good Thou sendest down on me

      The daughter whom the old man had sent was Safura. She went to Musa عليه السلام shyly.

      Ibn Abi Hatim recorded that `Amr bin Maymun said, `Umar al Farooq said: "She came walking shyly, putting her garment over her face. She was not one of those audacious women who come and go as they please.'' (This chain of narrators is Sahih)

      She invited Musa عليه السلام on the command of her father. Musa عليه السلام accepted the invitation and when he got up he asked Safura to walk behind him and guide him to her house by throwing pebbles at the required directions. This was an example of Musa عليه السلام's immense modesty.

      Musa عليه السلام narrated his story to the old man. The old man comforted him by telling him that Pharaoh had no writ in Midian.

      Safura asked her father to hire out Musa عليه السلام as a shepherd to look after their sheep.

      Umar, Ibn `Abbas, Shurayh Al-Qadi, Abu Malik, Qatadah, Muhammad bin Ishaq and others said: "When she said: "Verily, the best of men for you to hire is the strong, the trustworthy", her father said to her, `What do you know about that' She said to him, `He lifted a rock which could only be lifted by ten men, and when I came back with him, I walked ahead of him, but he said to me, walk behind me, and if I get confused about the route, throw a pebble so that I will know which way to go.'''

      Abdullah Ibn Masud said, "The people who had the most discernment were three: Abu Bakr's intuition about `Umar; the companion of Yusuf when he said, `Make his stay comfortable'; and the companion of Musa when she said "Oh my father! Hire him! Verily, the best of men for you to hire is the strong, the trustworthy.''

      The venerable old man was happy at these words of his daughter and said to Musa عليه السلام "If you stay with us for eight years and look after our goats, I shall marry my daughter to you, and if you increase this period by another two years, it will be of your own accord. This will also be the dowry due from you.

      Musa عليه السلام accepted the proposal, saying, "Leave the period of eight or ten years to my option. You will not compel me in this regard."

      Al-Bukhari recorded that Sa`id bin Jubayr said: "A Jew from the people of Hirah asked me; `Which of the two terms did Musa fulfill' I said, `I do not know until I go to the scholar of the Arabs and ask him.' So I went to Ibn `Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, and asked him. He said: `He fulfilled the longer and better of them, for when a Messenger of Allah said he would do a thing, he did it.'

      Ibn Abi Hatim recorded that `Ali bin Rabah Al-Lakhmi said, "I heard `Utbah bin An-Nadar As-Sulami, the Companion of the Messenger of Allah narrating that the Messenger of Allah said: "Musa عليه السلام hired himself out for the purpose of keeping chaste and to feed himself."

      Once the term was completed Musa عليه السلام was granted prophethood with a command to return to Egypt to invite Pharaoh to Islam and ask him to let the Children of Israel go.

      Once he was granted prophethood Musa عليه السلام instructed his wife to return to her father in Midian.

      There are two differences between the Quran and the Old Testament version. The Old Testament states that there were seven women waiting to water their flocks, while the Quran mentions only two.

      The Exodus also says that the women had filled the pond with water but the men pushed them away and began to water their own flocks.

      We must rely on the Quranic version, as it is the unaltered revelation of God Almighty.

      It is unlikely that the women had filled the pond with water and Musa عليه السلام saw them being pushed away which infuriated him. The women were inhabitants of Midian and knew very well that the men do not let the women use the first and clean water, a rule prevalent in such societies. This was the daily routine. Therefore, how could they dare fill up first and water their own flock?

      As for the number of women present by the well, it is possible, as Ibn Kathir thinks, that the old gentleman had seven daughters, but at the time of the incident, only two of them were present.

      As Allah does not mention in the Quran the name of the old father in law of Musa عليه السلام, we find some difference of opinion among the commentators on this point.

      Many from Arabia think that he was the Prophet Shuayb عليه السلام. This opinion is quite popular. The famous commentator, Ibn Jarir Tibri quotes Hasan Basri as holding the opinion that Musa عليه السلام's father in law was Shuayb عليه السلام. Ibn Kathir confirms that Hasan Basri is inclined to this view and also that Ibn Abi Hatim says that it was reported to Malik ibn Anas with full authority that the old man was Shuayb عليه السلام.

      Another opinion claims that his name was Yazoon, a nephew of Shuayb عليه السلام. (Tafsir ibn Kathir, Vol-1 p.206)

      Tabari also quotes a tradition where Ibn Abbas says that the name of the old man was Yazri. The same tradition states that "the woman's father was Yazri. But this tradition does not mention that Yazri was a nephew of Shuayb عليه السلام".

      The Old Testament gives a similar sounding name, Yazro. The father in-law of Musa عليه السلام is known by several names in the Bible as it common for Biblical characters to be mentioned by different names. Jethro, Reuel and Hobab. (Though some Christian interpreters state that Hobab was Jethro's son)

      There is another opinion which believes that the old man was one of the followers of Shuayb عليه السلام.

      And yet there are others who believe that the old man was neither Shuayb عليه السلام or any nephew of his because Shuayb عليه السلام lived centuries before Musa عليه السلام.

      The Quran says that Shuayb عليه السلام pointed out to his people

      The example of Lot's folk is not distant from you

      Lut عليه السلام was a contemporary of his uncle Ibrahim عليه السلام and they lived more than four centuries before Musa عليه السلام. To say that Shuayb عليه السلام lived to such an extraordinary age is not authenticated.

      Abdul Wahhab Najjar tells us that once he had an occasion with a very learned scholar who said that since Musa عليه السلام was a very great prophet, no one but a prophet could dare to make Musa عليه السلام his labourer and this prophet could only be Shuayb عليه السلام. Abu Najjar refuted this argument, because Musa عليه السلام had not yet been endowed with prophethood. (Qasas ul Anbiya pg 204)

      It is necessary to warn the Ummah away from using the Bible as a source as it is hugely tampered. There are many strange and fabricated stories in it. It is only permissible to narrate from the Jewish/Christian sources so long as the content of the narrations do not contradict our Shariah. (Abdullah ibn Amr reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Convey from me even a single verse, and narrate from the children of Israel for there is no harm in it, and whoever intentionally lies upon me will take his seat in Hellfire.” Ash-Shafi’ee said, “It is known that the Prophet did not approve of falsehood; therefore, the meaning of this tradition is to narrate from the children of Israel what is known not to be false.”)

      One such strange story in the Bible goes like this:

      On the way, at a place where they spent the night, the LORD met him and tried to kill him. But Zipporah took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin, and touched his feet with it, and said, "Truly you are a bridegroom of blood to me!" So he let him alone. It was then she said, "A bridegroom of blood by circumcision." (Exodus 4:24–26)

      The interpretation of the passage is that Allah wants to kill Musa عليه السلام for not circumcizing his son. Safura then allegedly saves Musa by performing the rites.

      Lahawla wala quwwata illa bilah

      This is a blasphemous passage. To think that God Almighty was so angry that he wanted to kill his prophet! This is a Jewish fabrication and an example of how Allah 's previous scriptures have been corrupted.

      Another extremely unIslamic passage in the Bible about Safura is in Numbers 12.

      Note: This passage is about Safura though some Christians and Jews will claim that Musa married a second wife which is another lie as besides this blasphemous passage there is no record or mention of this 'other' wife or any children from her which is unusual for those Biblical characters who had many wives.* The commonly accepted view is that the passage was referring to Safura as there is no evidence that Musa even had another wife. The term 'Cu****e' here includes the people of Midian.

      1. Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses regarding the Cu****e woman he had married, for he had married a Cu****e woman.
      2. They said, "Has the Lord spoken only to Moses? Hasn't He spoken to us too?" And the Lord heard
      3. Now this man Moses was exceedingly humble, more so than any person on the face of the earth.
      4. The Lord suddenly said to Moses, Aaron and Miriam, "Go out, all three of you, to the Tent of Meeting!" And all three went out.
      5. The Lord descended in a pillar of cloud and stood at the entrance of the Tent. He called to Aaron and Miriam, and they both went out.
      6. He said, "Please listen to My words. If there be prophets among you, I the Lord will make Myself known to him in a vision; I will speak to him in a dream.
      7. Not so is My servant Moses; he is faithful throughout My house.
      8. With him I speak mouth to mouth; in a vision and not in riddles, and he beholds the image of the Lord. So why were you not afraid to speak against My servant Moses ?
      9. The wrath of the Lord flared against them and He left.
      10. The cloud departed from above the Tent, and behold, Miriam was afflicted with tzara'ath, [as white] as snow. Then Aaron turned to Miriam and behold, she was afflicted with tzara'ath. י
      11. Aaron said to Moses, "Please, master, do not put sin upon us for acting foolishly and for sinning.

      The above story is extremely blasphemous as it depicts Harun in a poor and sinful light. It is a confirmed fact that prophets do not commit major sins and this is the Bible's slander of Harun . Under no circumstances can we accept this story at all. It is a lie and a fabrication.

      *Note: Most of the Prophets had only one wife. Eg; Adam, Idris, Nuh, Lut, Ishaq, Yusuf, Ayub, Haroon, Samuel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ilyas, Yunus, Zakariya. Polygamous prophets only accounted for a small minority (eg; Ibrahim, Yakub, Dawud, Sulaiman) and celibate prophets (eg Yahya, Isa) too accounted for a small minority.

      Even amongst the polygamous prophets, polygamy was usually practised for some other reason such as in Ibrahim's case his first wife Sarah was barren and Yakub was deceived into marrying his future wife's sister, whilst polygamy was the norm for ancient kings due to which the royal prophets Dawud and Sulaiman were bestowed with the honour of marrying many women. Biblical characters with numerous wives usually had records of their wives and children.

      So in this false story about Musa it is highly unlikely that the above words were referring to a mysterious second wife. There is no record anywhere else of Musa being wed to another woman besides Safura. The term 'Cu****e' included the people of Midian in ancient times thus ruling out the possibility that this Cu****e woman was someone other than Safura.

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