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The Death of Prophet Muhammed : How he Died, When and Where Prophet Muhammad

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Numerous controversies surround the Death of the Prophet Mohammed.

Others assert that he died of fever, i.e. natural causes, while others believe he died of poisoning.

In this article, GoldenNewsNg has compiled a feature on how the prophet Mohammed died, citing authoritative sources to substantiate our findings while reaching out to Muslim scholars and the Islamic dedicated for their perspective in an effort to determine the real cause of Muhammed's death.

Different ACCOUNTS ON THE DEATH OF PROPHET MUHAMMED

As previously stated, there are various accounts of the circumstances surrounding Mohammed's death. A record which is generally acknowledged by Muslims states that he died of fever at the hands of his spouse Aisha, while Jewish sources say he died after being harmed by a Jewish lady, after the conquest of Khaibar, where he wedded Safiyah and requested the torture and beheading of Kinana, the head of the Jews at Khaibar.

Damaged BY SAFIYAH, a Jew

According to Jewish sources, Muhammad was hurt by a Jewish woman after the victory at Khaibar, when he married Safiyah and ordered the torture and beheading of Kinana, the Jewish leader at Khaibar.

Malik described Anas' receptacle by stating that a Jewish woman brought a wounded (cooked) sheep for the Prophet, who ate from it. She was brought to the Prophet, who was asked, "Are we going to kill her?" No, he replied. I observed repeatedly how the toxin affected the Prophet of Allah's sense of taste.

Sahih Bukhari 3:47:78 ….

'Aisha was described as follows: During the Prophet's final illness, he would exclaim, "O 'Aisha! Currently, I feel as if my aorta is being severed by the toxicity caused by the food I ate in Khaibar.

Sahih Bukhari 5:59:713

Muhammad's murder of her kin and family was the motivation for her actions.

The Allah's witness summoned Zaynab and asked, "What prompted you to do what you did?" She replied, "You have done to my relatives what you have done. You killed my father, my uncle, and my spouse, so I told myself, "If you are a prophet, the foreleg will illuminate you," while others replied, "If you are a ruler, we will dispose of you."

Ibn Sa'd p. 252

It was common knowledge among Muhammad's wives that Aisha was his favourite, and when his death drew near, he made this fact obvious.

'Aisha described how, during his mortal illness, the Prophet of Allah would ask his wives, 'Where shall I stay tomorrow? Where will I be sleeping tomorrow?" He awaited Aisha's participation. Consequently, all of his spouses let him to reside wherever he desired...

Sahih Bukhari 7:62:144 ….

He emerged with the assistance of two men, his legs dragging on the ground. He stood between Al-Abbas and another man [Ali ibn Abi Talib]"...

Sahih Bukhari 1:11:634

She died IN THE ARMS OF AISHA.

In fact, even while on his deathbed, Muhammad made requests and insulted Christians and Jews.

….

Then, he [Muhammad] commanded them to accomplish three tasks. He added, "Expel the agnostics from the 'Bedouin Peninsula; respect and reward the unfamiliar appointments as you've observed me manage them." (Said canister Jubair, the sub-narrator stated that Ibn Abbas remained mute as remunerations for the third request, or he stated, "I failed to recall it.")

Sahih Bukhari 5:59:716

'Aisha and Ibn 'Abbas were described as: On his deathbed, the Prophet of Allah covered his face with a sheet, and when he felt overheated, he removed it. When in that state (of placing and removing the covering), he remarked, "May Allah's Curse be upon the Jews and Christians, for they manufacture love stains on the graves of their prophets." He intended to warn the Muslim about what they (such as Jews and Christians) had previously done.

Sahih Bukhari 4:56:660

Aisha witnessed Muhammad's death on the eighth of June, 632 A.D., when her chest drooped and sagged.

The sub-narrator, 'Umar, is confused as to whether the water was contained in a container or a tin. As he began immersing his hand in water and scrubbing his face with it, he declared, "Only Allah has the right to be worshipped. The passage of time has its sorrows. He then raised his hands (towards the heavens) and proceeded up speak, "With the most distinguished companion," till he concluded and his hand down.

Sahih Bukhari 5:59:730....'Aisha added: He passed away upon the arrival of my usual turn at my residence. Allah drew him to Himself while his head was wedged between my chest and neck and his saliva was mixed with mine.

Sahih Bukhari 7:62:144

Since the two depictions of the death of the prophet Mohammed, there has been a dispute over which is the true account. Close to the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, he was covered.

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https://www.answering-islam.org/Silas/mo-death.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad

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