Qasim ibn Muhammad

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Qasim ibn Muhammad
القاسم بن محمد
Qasim ibn Muhammad

January 598 CE
Died601 CE (aged 3)
Resting placeJannat al-Mu'alla cemetery, Mecca, Arabia, (now-Mecca, Saudi Arabia)
RelativesZainab (full-sister)
Ruqayyah (full sister)
Umm Kulthum (full sister)
Abdullah (full brother)
Fatimah (full-sister)
Ibrahim (paternal half-brother)
FamilyHouse of Muhammad

Qasim ibn Muhammad (Arabic: قاسم بن محمد), was the son of Muhammad and Khadija bint Khuwaylid. He died in 601 CE (before the start of his father's prophethood in 609), after his third birthday[1] and is buried in Jannat al-Mu'alla cemetery, Mecca, Saudi Arabia. He was Muhammad's first child. That is why Prophet Muhammad's nickname or Kunia was A'bul Qasim. Qasim was born before the Prophethood and died in Makkah as a child.

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  1. Barboza, Gileno. "Qasim ibn Muhammad". Geneanet. Retrieved 28 February 2020.