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Aishas Age of Consummation

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Eighth Argument: Tabari's Account
These are Tabari’s direct accounts. He reported it at least five times, making it clear that this was what he deemed authoritative.
{{Quote|{{Tabari|7|p. 7}}|The angel brought down my likeness; the Messenger of God married me when I was seven; my marriage was '''consummated when I was nine'''; he married me when I was a virgin, no other man having shared me with him}}
{{Quote|{{Tabari|9|p. 131}}|I was then brought [in] while the Messenger of God was sitting on a bed in our house. [My mother] made me sit on his lap... Then the men and women got up and left. The Messenger of God consummated his marriage with me in my house when '''I was nine years old'''. Neither a camel nor a sheep was slaughtered on behalf of me.}}
{{Quote|{{Tabari|9|p. 131}}|The Messenger of God saw 'A'ishah twice-[first when] it was said to him that she was his wife (she was six years old at that time), and later [when] he consummated his marriage with her after coming to Medina when '''she was nine years old'''.}}
{{Quote|{{Tabari|9|p. 131}}|[The Prophet] married her three years before the Emigration, when she was seven years old, and consummated the marriage when '''she was nine years old''', after he had emigrated to Medina in Shawwil. She was eighteen years old when he died.}}
{{Quote|{{Tabari|39|pp. 171-173}}|The Prophet married Aishah in Shawwal in the tenth year after the [beginning of his] prophethood, three years before Emigration. He consummated the marriage in Shawwal, eight months after Emigration. On the day he consummated the marriage with her '''she was nine years old'''.}}
===Ninth Argument: Time of Umar's Conversion to Islam===

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