Aisha was 19-20 when she married prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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Aisha was not 9 years old but (19–20) years old when married to Holy Prophet Muhammad (s)
9 years age of Aisha which you point out is not mentioned in Holy Quran - verbatim words of God but It is mentioned in Sahih Bukhari.

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This hadith is simply fabricated lie | Sahih Bukhari is not verbatim word of God like Al-Quran | we will analyse Sahih Bukhari and age of Aisha on base of Science, Rationality and Islamic history.
Sources which says she was 9 are narrated by liars like Hisham ibn `Urwa and are unreliable.
And People used to invent lie against messenger while he was alive lest alone 250 years after his death.
But for now,
  • Atheists can rely on Mathematics, Islamic history and Rationality (no religion - happy :)
  • Christians can understand this hadith book as ‘Gospel of Barnabas’ which defies entire Modern Christianity - defies crucifixion of Jesus and mentions Muhammad as true messiah by Jesus himself.
  • Hindus can understand this hadith books as Bhavishya purana and Allah Upanishad which mentions clearly Allah and Muhammad by name.
Simple these books were written after a long time :
My personal uncopied quote : Humans have recently developed a science which can convert lies into truth known as media but Muslims had invented such science 1000 years ago known as “Science of hadiths” (laughing…..)
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Case of Sahih Bukhari :
Composed by Imam Muhammad al-Bukhari
  • Composed after 222 years of death of Prophet Muhammad (s).
  • Number of hadiths collected by Imam Bukhari = 600,000 hadiths.
  • Number of hadiths rejected by Imam Bukhari = 592,725 hadiths.
  • Number of hadiths selected by Imam Bukhari = 7,275 hadiths.
  • Hadiths rejected by assumptions = 99%
  • Hadiths accepted by assumptions = 1%
Imam Bukhari rejected 99 % of what he collected and called it pure lies and fabrication and accepted only 1 %.
  1. Was he infallible like messengers ? No
  2. Was he divinely guided by Allah in his work? No
  3. So what is his criterion of assuming a hadith right or wrong ?

    Answer - Personal assumptions.
why personal assumptions?
Because,
  • There was no public library of hadiths as hadiths were burned and banned at the time of four caliphs and was not recorded till first 250 years after Prophet’s departing of world. (why that’s another long answer)
  • There was no Internet database like Google drive at that time.
  • (mainly…..)
    Imam Bukhari assumes according to him which narrators are not liars and which hadith can be considered authentic and which narrators are liars and hadith is false.
Now,
  • (Just calculate the mathematical and rational probability of Imam Bukhari of being wrong. Can’t he error in 1 percent too and he has no authority in Islam)

    (I have absolutely no idea how anyone can assume who is liar and who is not from first narrator in the time of Prophet Muhammad who existed 250 years ago to last narrator who was alive at the time of Bukhari)

    (I can’t even tell you today while living in world of modern information age that a person who lived in 1817 is liar or truthful lest the chain of narrators from 1817 to 2017 | can you?)
This is the reasons the hadiths of Sahih Bukhari can’t be considered authentic. He rejected 99 % of what he collected and accepted 1 % on basis of his person assumptions of reliable narrators. Can’t he error in that 1% too and what authority he has of Islam as Islam is Book of Allah and messengers.
I can’t accept assumptions of a common man to be infallible like Al-Quran specially when Allah warned us in Quran: (“And if you obey most of those upon the earth, they will mislead you from the way of Allah. They follow not except assumption, and they are not but falsifying. Al-an’am:116”)
I can’t accept this marriage hadith particularly because it goes against Science - in light of Islamic history and rationality.

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By the Islamic historians :
Abū Jaʿfar Muḥammad ibn Jarīr al-Ṭabarī -
The most prominent and influential persian scholar, historian and exegete of Quran.
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  1. The well-known historian Ibn ****** al-Tabari writes at page 50 of volume 4 of his 'Book of History': "Abu Bakr married two ladies in the days of ignorance. Fateelah daughter of Abd al-Aza was the first, from whom Abdullah and Asma were born. Umm-i-Rooman was the second, from whom Abd al-Rahman and Aisha were born. All the four children of Abu Bakr were born in the days of ignorance from the above-named two ladies.
  2. It is a well-known fact of history, that Abu Bakr’s son Abd al-Rahman fought against the Muslims in the battle of Badr. His age at that time was 21-22 years, and although he was older than Aisha, there is no evidence to show that the difference between their ages was more than three or four years. This fact lends support to the view that Aisha was born four or five years before the Call.
  3. Now we know that Aisha was engaged by prophet Muhammad (p) in around 11th year of call (i.e.around 620 ad ) and consummated by marriage after three years i.e., around 623-624 a.d.. Now do the calculation the calculation . In 623 when Aisha’s brother was 21-22 , at that time Aisha (r) was not less than 18-19 years .
  4. Hence when Prophet Muhammad (p) engaged her in 620 ad she was around 16-17 years . Almost after 2-3 years Prophet (p) married her and took her to his home , which tends her age finally around 19
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Ismail ibn Kathir - The highly influential shafi school scholar expert on Jurisprudence, History and Quranic interpretation.
  1. 1. The well-known historian and scholar ‘Allama ‘Imad-ud-Deen Ibn Katheer writes in his 'Al-Badayah' about Sayedah Asma’ daughter of Abu Bakr’ (and we hope Maulana Syed Abul Ala Maududi must have seen it as he referred to 'Al-Badaya' in his article): Asma’ died in 73 A.H. at the age of 100 years.
  2. She was ten years older than her sister ‘Aisha. Now according to this report ‘Asma’ would have been 27-28 years old at the time of Hijrah and since she was ten years older than Sayedah ‘Aisha, therefore the age of Sayedah ‘Aisha would have been 17 or 18 years at the time of Hijrah.
  3. Accordingly, her birth falls about four or five years before the Call, and her age at the time of the consummation of marriage in 2 A.H. will work out to 19-20 years.
 

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By author of another collection of book of hadiths :

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Mishkat al-Masabih - It contains between 4434 and 5945 hadiths, divided into 29 books and is considered by Sunni scholars an important writing.

  • The author of the well-known collection of Hadith 'Mishkat al-Masabeeh',Sheikh Waheed-ud-Deen, writes in his well-known book 'Ahmal fi Asma’ al-Rijjal': ("At the time of the consummation of her marriage Sayedah ‘Aishah’s age was not less than 18-19 years.")
There are other historical evidence too present research out them.

And, most importantly

Sahih Bukhari contradicts itself -


  1. According to Sahih Bukhari, kitabu’l-tafsir, Bab Qaulihi Bal al-saatu Mawiduhum wa’l-saatu adha’ wa amarr Aisha is reported to have said: “I was a young (jariyah in Arabic)” girl when Surah Al-Qamar was revealed.” [*]Now Surah-Al-Qamar the 54th Surah of Quran was revealed 8 years before Hijrah in 614 CE, If Aisha started living with the Prophet at the age of nine in 623 CE or 624 CE, she was a newborn infant (sibyah) at the time that Surah Al-Qamar (The Moon) was revealed. According to the above tradition, Aisha was actually a young girl, not an infant in the year of revelation of Al-Qamar. So, Aisha, being a jariyah not a sibyah (infant), must be somewhere between 6-13 years old at the time of revelation of Al-Qamar, and therefore must have been 14-21 years at the time she married the Prophet. [/LIST] [B]So, according to all historians age of Aisha was 19–20 when married to Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). Now in the Light of holy Quran :[/B] [LIST=1] [*]A perusal of the Glorious Quran will reveal that Nikah in Islam is a agreement (contract) (meesaaq) [An-Nisa:21]. Such a contract is only possible between two persons who are intellectually mature enough to understand the terms and resposibilities of Nikhah contract. [*]To have a broader understanding of such a intellectual contract : we need to read translations of [An-Nisa:6] of Holy Quran. [I](And test the orphans until they reach age of marriage; then if you find in them maturity of intellect, make over to them their property. An-Nisa:6)[/I] [*]This is crystal from above translation that maturity of intellect always falls beyond age of puberty. And Quran makes Quran makes intellectual maturity as the basis of age of marriage. [*]The Holy Quran described marriage as emotional bonds between two humans through which they seek tranquility. [I](And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquility in them; and He placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought. Ar-Rum:21) [/I] Besides above verse you can also read (Al-A’raf:189) which also says similar thing. [*]Tranquility between husband and wife can’t be obtained if either spouse in immature or have low intellect. [/LIST] [B]Thereby,[/B] [LIST=1] [*]Perusal of all the records of Aisha age when married estimates her age from 9 years old to 20 years old. Therefore it is nearly impossible to know with certainty her actual age. [*]If Sahih Bukhari says 9 years then there are authors of elite hadith books like Mishkat al-Masabih who calls her age to 19–20 years old. Sources which says she was 9 are narrated by liars like Hisham ibn Urwa and are unreliable.

    And Sahih Bukhari is self contradictory when talks about Aisha.
  2. According to Holy Quran Islamic Nikhah is only possible when spouses reached ‘maturity of intellect’ to understand the terms of marriage contract and thus only possible between two consenting adults.
  3. Muslims do not agree to the idea that Aisha was married when 6 years old to Prophet Muhammad (s). 1000 years ago born Islamic historians do not agree to fake hadith of bukhari.
  4. In a society with no Internet, people don’t believe in celebrating Birthdays and peoples estimate their own age. The case of Aisha who existed 250 years ago from them time hadith was written was not very different.
  5. Hadiths were banned and burned in the time of four caliphs and no books was written till 220 years after the departure of holy Prophet Muhammad (s) from the world. And other books were written after 400 years of departure of holy prophet without divine guidance, base on own assumptions.

    [ A small example - “During second caliph Umar caliphate the hadiths were in abundance. He made sure by putting the people under oath that whatever hadiths the people had in their possessions ought to be brought before him. As ordered the public submitted whatever they possessed. He then ordered to make public bonfire of those hadiths” Tubqaat ibn Sa’ad , vol 5, page 141
  6. Lady Aisha was already married to a non-muslim man Jober Ibn Al-Moteam Ibn Oday which further proves that she was mature enough at the time of marriage with Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). She must be mature enough according to society standards and her marriage was not forced but on agreement of her father Abu Bakr. Hence the age of Aisha was 19–20 when married.
 
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I just want to hear from Islam bashers aka Islamophobes rebuttal to this enlightening post. Thanks OP! I knew most Hadiths were written 200 years after the Prophet (pbuh) left the earth but I did not know Bukhari was a Johnny come lately as well. I thought he lived during the Prophet's time.
 

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That isn't true sxb. She was 9 years old, and all the way up to 1910 it wasn't socially abhorrent. The fact that people today are trying to lie about her age shows they are too concerned with western perceptions of things.

If our prophets (saw) biggest enemies Abu Jahl, and Abu lahab didn't criticize his union with Aisha(ra) it heavily indicates it was a part of the social norm.

Another fallacy islamophobes fall into is the presentism fallacy, which is to compare your current values to ancient times, and then drawing moral conclusions, which shows or proofs nothing.
 

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Refutation of Jumpman the Jahil (point by point)

  • "Hisham bin Urwah was a liar"
    • Hisham bin Urwah was born in 160 hijri and narrated hadiths from his uncle (Abdullah ibn Zubayr ibn al-Awam who was a famous sahabi) and his own father Urwah ibn Zubayr ibn al-Awam. He was one of the scholars of the tabieen. He was considered by al-Raazi and others to be “thiqah” (trustworthy”) and a “hujjah”, meaning that his narrations are firm and could be relied upon.
  • “Bukhaari was composed a long time after the prophet’s death”
    • Though this is true, Bukhaari relies on narrations with chains that extend all the way to the prophet. Like the Hadith of Aisha’s age was narrated to Bukhari by Mu’ali ibn Asad from Wuhayb from Hisham ibn Urwah from his father (Urwah ibn Zubayr) from Aisha. You can look up each narrator and not only were each of them trustworthy, they all knew each other very well (Urwah ibn Zubayr is the nephew of Aisha, for example, and Hisham is his son). This is customary in many of Bukhaari’s hadiths which is why the entire Ahlussunnah regards Bukhari to be the most authentic hadith book,
  • You retardedly mention how Bukhaari only accepted 1% of hadiths
    • This shows his high level of scrutiniy in the chains of narrators and the contents of the hadith. If a university only accepts 1% of applicants you would consider them to be highly prestigious. Same case here.
  • “Bukhari’s criterion for grading a hadith right or wrong – assumptions”
    • This is the most foolish thing you’ve said. You clearly haven’t even heard of Bukhari’s criterion or you wouldn’t sat that. His criterion was the most rigorous of all Hadith collectors. Even more rigorous than that of Imaam Muslim or the compilers of the other 6 hadith works.
    • Your reasoning for why is even dumber. At that day and age, people memorized Hadiths along with the chains of narration. That’s why the science of narrators (‘Ilm ar-Rijaal) was so important. Each narrator was known as well as his biography (was he a liar, sinner etc.) as well as his competence (his level of memory, how many hadiths he knew). All of the hadiths in bukhaari are narrated by people who had the highest level of trustworthiness and integrity.
    • “(I can’t even tell you today while living in world of modern information age that a person who lived in 1817 is liar or truthful lest the chain of narrators from 1817 to 2017 | can you?)
      • It’s because you’re ignorant. In those the identities of ANYONE who narrated hadith were preserved and memorized. If there is a hadith with even ONE individual with an unknown biography the Hadith is rejected entirely. Find ANY hadith in Bukhari and you can find the corresponding biographies of each narrator.
  • You go on to mention al-Tabari.
    • Al-Tabari actually happens to be a hadith narrator, but he never compiled a book on hadith. He is a historian, and the narrations contained in the books of historians can sometimes be weak. Al-Tabari even mentions this in the introduction to his History book. Also, al-Tabari authenticated many hadiths that were narrated by unknown narrators (those whose biographies aren’t preserved). Funny how you run away from Bukhari and jump to Tabari.
  • You mention ibn Kathir as well
    • Ibn Kathir was also a historian, and you quote information from al-Bidaayah. Those narrations are weaker than the narrations that indicate Aisha’s age was 6.
  • Final response to some other dumb things you said
    • “Muslims do not agree to the idea that Aisha was married when 6 years old to Prophet Muhammad (s). 1000 years ago born Islamic historians do not agree to fake hadith of bukhari.”
      • I want you to find me one, just one sunni scholar who claims that Bukhaari’s hadith about Aisha’s age is weak.
    • “Hadiths were banned and burned in the time of four caliphs and no books was written till 220 years after the departure of holy Prophet Muhammad (s) from the world. And other books were written after 400 years of departure of holy prophet without divine guidance, base on own assumptions.”
      • The prophet banned the writing of hadiths in his own lifetime, but allowed it later towards the end of his lifetime. Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-Aas used to write down the hadiths of the Prophet. The reason why they were initially banned was because of the Prophet’s fear that they would be confused for Quran verses, but once that fear was assuaged, he abrogated the prohibition.
    • “In a society with no Internet, people don’t believe in celebrating Birthdays and peoples estimate their own age. The case of Aisha who existed 250 years ago from them time hadith was written was not very different.”
      • Sure people estimated their ages, but someone wouldn’t accidentally call themselves 6 when they meant 19. It’s not too different to what we do now. How old was I when I learned how to ride a bike? I don’t know, maybe 4 or 5. That’s why you find some Hadiths saying Aisha was 7 and 10 rather than 6 and 9.
 

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I just want to hear from Islam bashers aka Islamophobes rebuttal to this enlightening post. Thanks OP! I knew most Hadiths were written 200 years after the Prophet (pbuh) left the earth but I did not know Bukhari was a Johnny come lately as well. I thought he lived during the Prophet's time.

umm chief, hadiths are written from his mouth himself as they are his practises, hadiths arent necesarilly made after his death
 

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bruh ill say it off my chest, she was 9 years old no cap. unusual? nowadays yea.

just as unusual as lifelong functional marriages nowadays in the west
 

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Refutation of Jumpman the Jahil (point by point)

  • "Hisham bin Urwah was a liar"
    • Hisham bin Urwah was born in 160 hijri and narrated hadiths from his uncle (Abdullah ibn Zubayr ibn al-Awam who was a famous sahabi) and his own father Urwah ibn Zubayr ibn al-Awam. He was one of the scholars of the tabieen. He was considered by al-Raazi and others to be “thiqah” (trustworthy”) and a “hujjah”, meaning that his narrations are firm and could be relied upon.
  • “Bukhaari was composed a long time after the prophet’s death”
    • Though this is true, Bukhaari relies on narrations with chains that extend all the way to the prophet. Like the Hadith of Aisha’s age was narrated to Bukhari by Mu’ali ibn Asad from Wuhayb from Hisham ibn Urwah from his father (Urwah ibn Zubayr) from Aisha. You can look up each narrator and not only were each of them trustworthy, they all knew each other very well (Urwah ibn Zubayr is the nephew of Aisha, for example, and Hisham is his son). This is customary in many of Bukhaari’s hadiths which is why the entire Ahlussunnah regards Bukhari to be the most authentic hadith book,
  • You retardedly mention how Bukhaari only accepted 1% of hadiths
    • This shows his high level of scrutiniy in the chains of narrators and the contents of the hadith. If a university only accepts 1% of applicants you would consider them to be highly prestigious. Same case here.
  • “Bukhari’s criterion for grading a hadith right or wrong – assumptions”
    • This is the most foolish thing you’ve said. You clearly haven’t even heard of Bukhari’s criterion or you wouldn’t sat that. His criterion was the most rigorous of all Hadith collectors. Even more rigorous than that of Imaam Muslim or the compilers of the other 6 hadith works.
    • Your reasoning for why is even dumber. At that day and age, people memorized Hadiths along with the chains of narration. That’s why the science of narrators (‘Ilm ar-Rijaal) was so important. Each narrator was known as well as his biography (was he a liar, sinner etc.) as well as his competence (his level of memory, how many hadiths he knew). All of the hadiths in bukhaari are narrated by people who had the highest level of trustworthiness and integrity.
    • “(I can’t even tell you today while living in world of modern information age that a person who lived in 1817 is liar or truthful lest the chain of narrators from 1817 to 2017 | can you?)
      • It’s because you’re ignorant. In those the identities of ANYONE who narrated hadith were preserved and memorized. If there is a hadith with even ONE individual with an unknown biography the Hadith is rejected entirely. Find ANY hadith in Bukhari and you can find the corresponding biographies of each narrator.
  • You go on to mention al-Tabari.
    • Al-Tabari actually happens to be a hadith narrator, but he never compiled a book on hadith. He is a historian, and the narrations contained in the books of historians can sometimes be weak. Al-Tabari even mentions this in the introduction to his History book. Also, al-Tabari authenticated many hadiths that were narrated by unknown narrators (those whose biographies aren’t preserved). Funny how you run away from Bukhari and jump to Tabari.
  • You mention ibn Kathir as well
    • Ibn Kathir was also a historian, and you quote information from al-Bidaayah. Those narrations are weaker than the narrations that indicate Aisha’s age was 6.
  • Final response to some other dumb things you said
    • “Muslims do not agree to the idea that Aisha was married when 6 years old to Prophet Muhammad (s). 1000 years ago born Islamic historians do not agree to fake hadith of bukhari.”
      • I want you to find me one, just one sunni scholar who claims that Bukhaari’s hadith about Aisha’s age is weak.
    • “Hadiths were banned and burned in the time of four caliphs and no books was written till 220 years after the departure of holy Prophet Muhammad (s) from the world. And other books were written after 400 years of departure of holy prophet without divine guidance, base on own assumptions.”
      • The prophet banned the writing of hadiths in his own lifetime, but allowed it later towards the end of his lifetime. Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-Aas used to write down the hadiths of the Prophet. The reason why they were initially banned was because of the Prophet’s fear that they would be confused for Quran verses, but once that fear was assuaged, he abrogated the prohibition.
    • “In a society with no Internet, people don’t believe in celebrating Birthdays and peoples estimate their own age. The case of Aisha who existed 250 years ago from them time hadith was written was not very different.”
      • Sure people estimated their ages, but someone wouldn’t accidentally call themselves 6 when they meant 19. It’s not too different to what we do now. How old was I when I learned how to ride a bike? I don’t know, maybe 4 or 5. That’s why you find some Hadiths saying Aisha was 7 and 10 rather than 6 and 9.

lowkey i feel this nigga making these 19yro quotes is trying to adjourn to societys standards. i dont get people getting peer pressured into justifying shit. it is what it is. and what? deal with it. got pedos running around free and people complain of an actual clean marriage between a PROPHET and another person. Niggas wildin comparing themselves to prophets.
 

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bruh ill say it off my chest, she was 9 years old no cap. unusual? nowadays yea.

just as unusual as lifelong functional marriages nowadays in the west

There are so many factors to consider when dealing with marriages 1400 years ago. Biological factors too, women/girls at that time would reach puberty in a much earlier age than compared to today. Even today the time of puberty is to a certain degree affected by the climate you live in.

And lastly the whole social community context in relation to the question of whats right/wrong in a specific society is to be considered too. The Prophets (saw) had many enemies in Mecca, all of them which would Mock, socially ostracize, and at times physically attack the prophet and his companions. But never once was it reported that the Marriage of Aisha got criticized, which highly indicates that it that time was a normal thing to do.

And lets not forget that only just +100 years ago in 1880 in America 37 states had an age of consent of 10 years old. 10 year old would be a socially accepted age to marry in 1880 America. Which indicates that its a recent thing, which is why its unfair to compare a marriage 1400 years ago to the society, and the ideals you have today, when they are obviously changing.
 

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There are so many factors to consider when dealing with marriages 1400 years ago. Biological factors too, women/girls at that time would reach puberty in a much earlier age than compared to today. Even today the time of puberty is to a certain degree affected by the climate you live in.

And lastly the whole social community context in relation to the question of whats right/wrong in a specific society is to be considered too. The Prophets (saw) had many enemies in Mecca, all of them which would Mock, socially ostracize, and at times physically attack the prophet and his companions. But never once was it reported that the Marriage of Aisha got criticized, which highly indicates that it that time was a normal thing to do.

And lets not forget that only just +100 years ago in 1880 in America 37 states had an age of consent of 10 years old. 10 year old would be a socially accepted age to marry in 1880 America. Which indicates that its a recent thing, which is why its unfair to compare a marriage 1400 years ago to the society, and the ideals you have today, when they are obviously changing.

listen you can all pretty much try to complain about him marrying a young person when you dont even live in their culture. on top of that you have fathers and other pedos shagging underaged boys and girls. these niggas are just hypocrites and fuck explaining to their asses, wanna criticise something? go criticise Members of political groups fucking underage people and shitting on smuggled girls and boys globally. niggas got too much free time and use it wrong.
 

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Bro no need for all the mental gymnastics. Its mutawatir by all six books of hadith and then some more that she was 9. On top of that you have the many hadiths that say a person reaches puberty after seeing sperm or period blood at 9. Not to mention many hadiths of sahabis marrying girls of similar age. In the shafici madhab marrying children who are toddlers is allowed even. What they would do is raise that child until the age of marriage consumation(period or sexual discharge). Its just that 9 is the age of puberty for both sexes granted they have period or sperm discharge respectively . If they are yet to have 7ilm(sperm/female juice) or period for female then their puberty is not until 15 yrs old. So to repeat even babies can be married off but sexual intercourse is postponed until after they have had their period and are at least 9. If they have period or sexual dischsrge before 9 it is called an illness and isnt counted. Such are the laws of islam and nature. Nature doesnt wait until a female is 18...many girls have their period around the age of 9, 10 ,11. Many middle schoolers in this age group are horny and lusting for each other. Another sign of puberty in hadith is pubic hair, which kids in this age range start to have.
Sxb i was in middle school and i can tell you in 5th 6th grade the girls had all the right curves... do you know how many girls throughout middleschool wanted to do the nasty with me? Ill give you a hint...many....sxb nature doesnt even follow the western law of 18....
 
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Bro no need for all the mental gymnastics. Its mutawatir by all six books of hadith and then some more that she was 9. On top of that you have the many hadiths that say a person reaches puberty after seeing sperm or period blood at 9. Not to mention many hadiths of sahabis marrying girls of similar age. In the shafici madhab marrying children who are toddlers is allowed even. What they would do is raise that child until the age of marriage consumation(period or sexual discharge). Its just that 9 is the age of puberty for both sexes granted they have period or sperm discharge respectively . If they are yet to have 7ilm(sperm/female juice) or period for female then their puberty is not until 15 yrs old. So to repeat even babies can be married off but sexual intercourse is postponed until after they have had their period and are at least 9. If they have period or sexual dischsrge before 9 it is called an illness and isnt counted. Such are the laws of islam and nature. Nature doesnt wait until a female is 18...many girls have their period around the age of 9, 10 ,11. Many middle schoolers in this age group are horny and lusting for each other. Another sign of puberty in hadith is pubic hair, which kids in this age range start to have.
Sxb i was in middle school and i can tell you in 5th 6th grade the girls had all the right curves... do you know how many girls throughout middleschool wanted to do the nasty with me? Ill give you a hint...many....sxb nature doesnt even follow the western law of 18....

western law of 18 caters to mental age. and even with mental age lacking at even 18 we still have teen parents. this 18 yro thingamajig is BS
 

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From a scientific stance it seems quite unlikely girls were reaching puberty at 9, 1400 years ago. This is not in keeping with trends that show higher calorie/more sugary diets of the current time are driving puberty to occur younger. In this era - the earliest normal puberty can happen for girls is 10-11 - and the average is 12.5. In medieval era - to - Renaissance in Europe the average age is noted by authors of the time as being 14/15 years for girls. Of course we cannot say with certainty what happened with Aisha RA, but If she did commence puberty at 9, she would be a significant outlier not only by the standards of her era but even in this modern era too.
 
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