(Arabic: بنو مزينة)
|Descended from||Zuhrah ibn Kilab|
|Religion||Paganism and later Islam|
Akhnas ibn Shariq al-Thaqifi and the Banu Zuhrah were with the Meccan as part of the escort that preceded the battle of Badr, but since he believed the caravan to be safe, he did not join Quraish on their way to a festival in Badr. He together with Banu Zuhrah returned, so this two clans present in the battle 
|“||In his book Al-Imama wal-Siyasa, Ibn Qutaybah transmits saying that following the demise of the Prophet, Banu Zuhra gathered to meet with Sa`d ibn Abu Waqqas and Abd al-Rahman ibn Awf at the sacred mosque (Masjid al-Nabi). When Abu Bakr and Abu Ubaydah came to them, Umar said to them, "Why do I see you thus forming circles? Stand up and swear the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakr, for I and the Ansar have already done so." Sa`d and Abd al-Rahman ibn Awf, as well as all those who were then present with them from Banu Zuhra, stood and swore.||”|
- Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas, an early convert to Islam and one of the important companions of the Muhammad 
- Aminah bint Wahb, mother of the Islamic prophet Muhammad
- Wahb ibn 'Abd Manaf, grandfather of Muhammad
- Abd-al-Rahman ibn Awf.
- Shaw University Mosque -Islam, Mosques & NC Muslims eCommunity
- The Shi'a: The Real Followers of the Sunnah on al-Islam.org 
- Shi'a Real Ahl al-Sunnah
- Jafri, S. H. (2007). The Origins and Early Development of Shi`a Islam. Stacey Publishing. pp. 58–79.
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