Umm Salama

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أم سلمة بنت أبي أمية
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Born
Hind bint Abi Umayya

c. 580–596 CE
Mecca, Hejaz
(present-day Saudi Arabia)
DiedDhu al-Qadah 62 AH ; c. 680 or 682/683 CE (aged 83-103)
Medina, Hejaz, Arabia
(present-day Saudi Arabia)
Resting place
Jannat al-Baqi, Medina, Hejaz, Arabia
(present-day Saudi Arabia)
Known forWife of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, Mother of the Believers
Titleʾumm ul-mumineen
Spouse(s)Abu Salama 'Abd Allah ibn 'Abd al-Asad (died Jumada al-Thani 2 AH/624 CE)
Muhammad (m. 625; died 632)
Children
  • Zaynab (Barrah)
  • Salama
  • Zarah
  • Umar
  • Ruqayyah (Durrah)
  • (with Abu Salama)
Parent(s)Abu Umayya ibn Al-Mughira
Atikah bint 'Amir ibn Rabi'ah
Relatives
FamilyBanu Makhzum (by birth)
House of Muhammad (by marriage)

Umm Salama Hind bint Abi Umayya (Arabic: هند بنت أبي أمية) (c. 580 or 596 – 680 or 683)[1] or abbreviated Umm Salamah or Hind bint Suhail (هِنْد ٱلْمَخْزُومِيَّة) is a wife of the Prophet Muhammad of Islam. Her real name was "Hind Al-Makhzumiya ".[2][3][4]

Reference[change | change source]

  1. Fahimineiad, Fahimeh; Trans. Zainab Mohammed (2012). "Exemplary Women: Lady Umm Salamah" (PDF). Message of Thaqalayn. 12 (4): 127. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 March 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  2. Sayeed, Asma (2013). Women and The Transmission of Religious Knowledge In Islam. NY: Cambridge University Press. pp. 34. ISBN 978-1-107-03158-6.
  3. Fahimineiad, Fahimeh; Trans. Zainab Mohammed (2012). "Exemplary Women: Lady Umm Salamah" (PDF). Message of Thaqalayn. 12 (4): 128. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 March 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  4. Sayeed, Asma (2013). Women and The Transmission of Religious Knowledge In Islam. NY: Cambridge University Press. pp. 35. ISBN 978-1-107-03158-6.