Asim ibn Thabit

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Asim ibn Thabit (Arabic: عاصم بن ثابت‎) was one of the Ansar, a person belonging to one of the first generations of Muslims and who helped Muhammad after his migration to Medina.


He participated in the Battle of Badr.[1]

The father of one of Umar's wives, Umm Kulthum bint Asim, was Asim ibn Thabit. It is not clear if that person is the same person as the subject of this article.


See also[edit]

  • Asem, an Arabic name for males
  • Thabit, an Arabic name for males


  1. ^ Waqidi, al-Maghazi, ed. Marsden Jones (Oxford U.P, 1955), I: pp. 147-148 ff.
  2. ^ Riyadh as-Saaliheen. "Chapter 253: The miracles of the friends of Allah and their excellence (No. 1509)".