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Umm Bashir bt. 'Aqaba b. 'Amr

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Umm Bashir bt. 'Aqaba b. 'Amr
Wife of Imam al-Hasan (a)
Full Name Fatima bt. 'Aqaba b. 'Amr
Teknonym Umm Bashir
Place of Residence Medina
Era Early Islam

Umm Bashīr (Arabic:أمّ بَشیر) daughter of 'Aqaba b. 'Amr, known as Abu Mas'ud al-Badri, who was a companion of the Prophet (s). She was the wife of Imam al-Hasan al-Mujtaba (a) and had three children.

Life

Umm Bashir daughter of 'Aqaba b. 'Amr, known as Abu Mas'ud al-Badri, was a companion of the Prophet (s) and was among Ansar (the Helpers). Her name was Fatima. Before becoming the wife of Imam al-Hasan (a), she was the wife of Sa'id b. Zayd b. 'Umar b. Nufayl and after Imam al-Hasan (a), became the wife of 'Abd al-Rahman b. 'Abd Allah b. Abi Rabi'a.

Children

Umm Bashir's children from Imam al-Hasan (a) were three: Zayd and his two sisters, Umm l-Hasan and Umm l-Husayn. Umm l-Hasan was the wife of 'Abd Allah b. Zubayr. Some authors have mentioned Umm al-Khayr instead of Umm al-Husayn.

According to Abu Nasr al-Bukhari, Zayd was older than al-Hasan al-Muthanna.

Umm Bashir had children from her three husbands. Al-Mazi quoted from Zubayr b. Bakar that the child of Umm Bashir from Sa'id was Umm Sa'id and her son from 'Abd al-Rahman was 'Umar.

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