Fatimah bint Amr
Fatimah bint Amr // (Arabic: فاطمة بنت عمر; died 576) was the grandmother of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and one of the wives of Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim. She was from the Banu Makhzum clan of the Quraysh tribe, unlike her co-wives, who were all from outlying tribes and had relatively little influence in Mecca.
Children of Fatimah bint Amr
With Abdul-Muttalib, Fatimah was the mother of three sons and five daughters:
- ‘Abd Manāf (Abu Talib) - Married to Fatimah bint Asad ibn Hashim and father of Ṭālib, Fakhitah, Jumanah, Aqeel, Rayta, Ja’far and Ali. His second wife was Illa, and their son was Tulayq.
- Az-Zubayr - Married to Atika bint Abi Wahb and father of Duba'a, Abd-Allah, Atiqa, Majl, Umm al-Hakam, Safiya and Umm az-Zubayr.
- Abd-Allah ibn Abd-al-Muttalib - Married to Āminah bint Wahab and father of the holy prophet Muḥammad.
- Barrah bint Abdul Muttalib - Married to Abul Asad ibn Hilāl of Banu Makhzūm and mother of Abdullah, Sufyān and Aswad. Her second husband was Abu Ruhm ibn ‘Abd al- ‘Uzzā from the ‘Āmir ibn Luayy clan of the Quraysh. Their son was Abu Sabra. After Barrah's death, he married Maymuna bint Harith, and had a son, Atiqah. After Abu Ruhm's death, Maymuna married Muhammad.
- Arwā - Married at first to ‘Umayr ibn Wahb ibn Kathir, by whom she had a son, Tulayb. Her second husband was Arta ibn Sharahbil ibn Hāshim, by whom she had a daughter, Fāṭimah.
- Umaimah or Umamah - Married to Jahsh ibn Riyab of Banu Asad and mother of Abd-Allah, Ubayd-Allah, Abd (Abu Ahmad), Hamna or Hammanah, Zaynab, Habiba (Umm Habib).
- ‘Ātikah - Married first to Umar ibn Abdul Uzza ibn Qusayy, by whom she had a son, Zuhayr. Her second husband is Abu Umaiyah ibn al-Mughīrah ibn ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar ibn Makhzum ibn Yaqaẓah, mother of 'Abdullah, Zubayr & Qariba. After Atika's death, He married Atika bint Amir ibn Rabia and Atika bint Utba, she became stepmother of Hind, Qurayba, Hisham, Mas'ud, Rayta, Umayya and Muhajir.
- Umm Ḥakīm (al-Baiḍā) - Married to Quraiz ibn Rabī‘ah of Banu ‘Abdu Shams and mother of ‘Āmir, Arwa (the mother of the future Caliph ‘Uthmān) Sa'diyya/ Sa'di, Ṭalḥah, Hakim and Barrah (Um Talha)
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