Family tree of Umar

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`Umar ibn al-Khattāb (c. 581 – 644), sometimes referred by Sunni Muslims as `Umar al-Farūq (Umar the Distinguisher (between Truth and Falsehood)) was from the Banu Adi clan of the Quraysh tribe. He was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and became the second Sunni Caliph (634 – 644) following the death of Abu Bakr, the first Caliph.

All `Umar's relatives of the same generation were also Sahaba and his daughter Hafsa bint Umar was a Mother of the Believers. His son was also an important Sahaba, and his grandsons were Salaf.

Family tree[edit]

Uncle: Umar ibn Nufayl[citation needed]
Cousin: Zayd ibn Umar
Cousin's daughter: Aatika bint Zayd[citation needed]
Father: Khattab ibn Nufayl
Mother: Hantamah binti Hisham ibn al-Mugheerah
Brother: Zayd ibn al-Khattab
Sister: Fatimah bint al-Khattab
Himself: Umar ibn al-Khattab
Wife: Zaynab bint Mazh'un (at the time of Jahiliyyah)
Son: `Abd Allah ibn `Umar (The Older)
Grandson: Salim ibn Abd-Allah
Son: `Abd Allah ibn `Umar (The Younger)
Son: 'Abd ar-Rahman ibn 'Umar
Daughter: Hafsa bint 'Umar
Wife: Umm Kulthum bint Abu Bakar [1]
Son: 'Ubaid Allah ibn 'Umar
Son: Zayd ibn 'Umar[2]
Wife: Quraybah bint Abi Umayyah al-Makhzumi (divorced, married by Abdulrehman ibn Abu Bakr)
Wife: Umm Hakim bint al-Harith ibn Hisham (after her husband Ikrimah ibn Abi Jahl was killed in Battle of Yarmouk, later divorced but al-Madaini says he did not divorce her)[3]
Daughter: Fatima bint 'Umar
Wife: Jamilah bint Ashim ibn Thabit ibn Abi al-Aqlah (from the tribe of Aws)[4][5][6]
Son: Asim ibn Umar.
Granddaughter Umm Asim bint Asim.
Great grandson Umar ibn Abdul Aziz, sometimes counted as a fifth Rashidun, praised by both Shi'a and Sunnis.
Wife: Atikah bint Zayd ibn Amr ibn Nifayl (former wife of Abdullah ibn Abu Bakr [7][8] married 'Umar in the year 12 Anno hegiræ and after 'Umar was murdered, she married az-Zubayr ibn al-Awwam)
Son: Iyaad ibn 'Umar
Wife: Luhyah (a woman from Yaman who's marital status with 'Umar is disputed, al-Waqidi said that she was Umm Walad, meaning a slave woman)[9]
Son: 'Abd ar-Rahman ibn 'Umar (the youngest 'Abd ar-Rahman while some say the middle 'Abd ar-Rahman from Luhyah)
Wife: Fukayhah (as Umm Walad)[10]
Daughter: Zaynab bint 'Umar (the smallest child of 'Umar from Fukayhah)

Another son is, az-Zubayr ibn Bakkar, called Abu Shahmah, though from which wife is unknown.[11]

See also[edit]

  1. Abu BakrFamily tree
  2. Umar – Family tree
  3. UthmanFamily tree
  4. AliFamily tree

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=1732
  2. ^ Nasab Qurayshi page 349 by az-Zubayri
  3. ^ al-Isaba fi tamyiz as-Sahaba 8/ 193 by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
  4. ^ Tarikh ar-Rusul wa al-Muluk 4/ 199 by at-Tabari
  5. ^ Nasab Qurayshi page 349 by az-Zubayri
  6. ^ Tabaqat al-Kubra ibn Sa'd 3/ 265 by ibn Sa'ad
  7. ^ Tarikh ar-Rusul wa al-Muluk 4/ 199 by at-Tabari
  8. ^ al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah 6/352 by ibn Kathir
  9. ^ Nasab Qurayshi page 349 by az-Zubayri
  10. ^ Tartib wa Tahthib Kitab al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah by ibn Kathir, published by Dar al-Wathan publications, Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1422 Anno hegiræ (2002) compiled by Dr. Muhammad ibn Shamil as-Sulami, page 168, ISBN 9-96028-117-5.
  11. ^ Nasab Qurayshi page 349 by az-Zubayri

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