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How many daughters did the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him and his progeny) have?
Apparently, Fatima Al-Zahra (peace be upon her) is the only daughter of the prophet (peace be upon him and his holy progeny). Others like Zainab and Rouqayyah are daughters of Khadijah. Some even say that they were Khadija’s step-daughters.
If one offered prayer thinking he was doing the recitation correctly, but later found out he had been making an error, is it obligatory on him to redo all of those prayers?
He does not need to repeat the prayers.
If a Shia man marries according to the customs of Nepal, not knowing the Islamic method, is their marriage valid will their offspring be legitimate or illegitimate?
If the woman was Muslim and the proposal and acceptance had taken place between the man and woman i.e. the marriage contact, then the marriage is correct even if it was associated with wrong practices. If the woman was not Muslim or the acceptance and the proposal did not take place between the couple, the marriage did not take place, and any offspring resulting from this relationship will be illegitimate.