Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad

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Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad[citation needed] (Arabic: عبدالله بن محمد‎‎) also known as Tahir ibn Muhammad (Tahir = "clean/pure")[1] or Tayib ibn Muhammad[citation needed]' (tayib = "sweet")[citation needed] was one of the sons Muhammad and Khadija. Qasim ibn Muhammad was his older brother.[citation needed]

Muhammad gave him the name of his father. Abd-Allah died in childhood in 615 CE.[citation needed]