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Did the Prophet (SAWA) have any son?

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Ok first of the title is not what it seems, what I mean, did the Holy Prophet (SAWA) have any son that survived and now has direct Y-chromosome descendant? 

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30 minutes ago, M.IB said:

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:salam:

Ok first of the title is not what it seems, what I mean, did the Holy Prophet (SAWA) have any son that survived and now has direct Y-chromosome descendant? 

He had a son named Ibrahim with Maria the Copt. But he died at infancy.

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Rasool e kareem (saww) had a son that and preferred to be called Abul Qasim. One day he had his son and Imam Hussain on each leg when Jibraeel Ameen come to him and informed him that Allah wants to take one of the boys back. He offered his son to spare his daughter grief and because of what Imam Hussain (a.s) was meant to accomplish in Karbala. 

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