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Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ ٱبْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).

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  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ ٱبْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • (Lier) Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a liar among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).Later he killed by wahshi.
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).later he killed by wahshi.
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a goddamn shitass preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet which he was (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • | image = Balami - Tarikhnama - The death of Musaylima at the hand of the Ethiopian Slave Wahshi (cropped).jpg| title = Atiq| caption = The killing scene of Musaylimah at the hand of Wahshi ibn Harb in Tarikhnama| succession = | moretext = | reign = 6th century – December 632| reign-type = | coronation =| cor-type = Bayah| predecessor = Established position| pre-type = Caliph| successor = Umar ibn Al-Khattab| suc-type = Successor| birth_date = | birth_place = Al-Yamama| death_date = 632| death_place = Al-Yamama| resting_place = | resting_place_coordinates = | father = Thumamah ibn Kathir| mother = | spouse = Sajah| children = }}
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He was a leader during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He was a leader during the Wars of Apostasy. He was considered by Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
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  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ ٱبْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • (Lier) Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah bin Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a liar among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).Later he killed by wahshi.
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).later he killed by wahshi.
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a goddamn shitass preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet which he was (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • | image = Balami - Tarikhnama - The death of Musaylima at the hand of the Ethiopian Slave Wahshi (cropped).jpg| title = Atiq| caption = The killing scene of Musaylimah at the hand of Wahshi ibn Harb in Tarikhnama| succession = | moretext = | reign = 6th century – December 632| reign-type = | coronation =| cor-type = Bayah| predecessor = Established position| pre-type = Caliph| successor = Umar ibn Al-Khattab| suc-type = Successor| birth_date = | birth_place = Al-Yamama| death_date = 632| death_place = Al-Yamama| resting_place = | resting_place_coordinates = | father = Thumamah ibn Kathir| mother = | spouse = Sajah| children = }} Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of Hanifism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife) who claimed prophethood in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism among the Hanafite Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.633, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Christian Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from among the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia, during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He was a leader during the Wars of Apostasy. He is considered by current Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
  • Musaylimah (Arabic: مُسَيْلِمَةُ‎) short for Musaylimah al-Kadhdhāb (Musaylimah the Arch-Liar) otherwise known as Maslamah ibn Ḥabīb (Arabic: مَسْلَمَةُ بْنُ حَبِيبٍ‎) d.632, was a preacher of monotheism from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, and one of a series of people (including his future wife Sajah) who claimed to be a prophet in 7th-century Arabia. He was a leader during the Wars of Apostasy. He was considered by Muslims to be a false prophet (Arabic: اَلْكَذَّابُ‎ al-Kadhāb).
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