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Hikayat Islami Cinta Pertama Nabi Muhammad SAW - cover

Hikayat Islami Cinta Pertama Nabi Muhammad SAW

Muhammad Vandestra

Publisher: Dragon Promedia

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Summary

Laiknya manusia biasa, Nabi Muhammad SAW juga pernah jatuh cinta dan patah hati. Itu terjadi ketika beliau masih muda. Cinta pertama. Namun bukan Siti Khadijah yang menjadi cinta pertama beliau, melainkan seorang gadis asal suku Quraisy bernama Fakhitah. Siapakah gadis itu?

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