Al-Harith ibn Abd al-Muttalib
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He was the son of Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim, of the Quraysh in Mecca, by his first wife, Sumra bint Jundab, who was from Hawazin tribe.:99 For a long time his father, who took from him the kunya Abu al-Harith,:99 had no other children.:62:87
Al-Harith had at least five children.
- Nawfal was his eldest son. He became a Muslim after being captured at the Battle of Badr and died in 635.:19-20
- Rabī‘ah was born c.566 and converted to Islam during the Battle of the Ditch. He outlived all his brothers but had died by 644.:62,98
- Abū Sufyān (Mughīrah). He became a Muslim during the Conquest of Mecca and died in 636.:21
- Abdshams was renamed Abdullah when he became a Muslim before 630. He died in Muhammad's lifetime.:62 His children lived after him in Syria.
- Arwā. Her mother was Ghaziya bint Qays, and she married Abu Wida'a ibn Sabara.
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