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\b\fs28 WIVES OF HAZRAT ABUBAKR ( R. A )\par
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20 \b Qutaylah bint Abd-al-Uzza ibn 'Abd ibn As'ad (divorced)\par
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Daughter: Asma bint Abu Bakr\par
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Grandson Abd-Allah ibn al-Zubayr - His birth spread happiness amongs
muslims, killed by Hajjaj bin Yousef.\par
Grandson Urwa ibn al-Zubayr\par
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Great grandson Hisham ibn Urwa\par
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Son: 'Abd Allaah ibn Abi Bakr\par
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20\b Um Ruman bint Amir ibn Uwaymir ibn Zuhal ibn Dahman (\b0 from Kinanah)\par
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Step son: Tufail ibn Abdullah, The son of Abd-Allah ibn Harith\par
Son: \lquote Abd ar-Rahman ibn Abi Bakr\par
Daughter: 'Aa'ishah\par
Son in law: Muhammad, tree\par
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20 \b Asma' bint Umays ibn Ma'ad ibn Taym al-Khath'amiyyah \b0 (previously wife
of Jafar ibn Abi Talib and after Abu Bakr's death, became the wife of Ali ibn A
bi Talib)\par
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Son: Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr\par
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20\b Habibah bint Kharijah ibn Zayd ibn Abi Zuhayr \b0 (from the tribe of Banu
al-Haris ibn al-Khazraj\par
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Daughter: Umm Khultum bint Abu Bakr.\par
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\b\fs32 WIVES OF HAZRAT UMAR ( R.A )\b0\fs20\par
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1. Atika bint Zayd ibn `Amr al-`Adawiyya.\par
2. Fukayha who gave him offspring. [Mulk al-yamin]\par
3. Luhayya al-Yamaniyya who gave him `Abd al-Rahman al- Asghar or al-Awsat, the
latter known as Abu Shahma whom `Umar whipped for drunkenness. [May have been mu
lk al-yamin]\par
4. Mulayka bint Abi Umayya al-Khuza`iyya who may have given him `Ubayd Allah.\pa
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5. Qariba bint Abi Umayya al-Makhzumiyya [in Jahiliyya].\par
6. Subay`a bint al-Harith al-Aslamiyya.\par
7. Umm `Asim Jamila bint Thabit al-Awsiyya who gave him `Asim.\par
8. Umm Hakim bint al-Harith al-Makhzumiyya who gave him Fatima.\par
9. Umm Kulthum bint `Ali al-Hashimiyya who gave him Ruqayya and Zayd al-Akbar bu
t Ibn Qutayba in the Ma`arif names them Fatima and Zayd.\par
10. Umm Kulthum bint (`Amr ibn) Jarwal al-Khuza`iyya who gave him Zayd al-Asghar
and `Ubayd Allah [in Jahiliyya] and whom al-Waqidi also calls Mulayka bint Jarw
al, followed in this by Ibn Qutayba, Ibn Kathir, and Ibn al-Athir.\par
11. Zaynab bint Maz`un al-Jumahi who gave him `Abd Allah, Hafsa, and `Abd al-Rah
man al-Akbar [in Jahiliyya and Islam].\par
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\b\fs32 WIVES OF HAZRAT USMAN ( R.A )\b0\fs20\par
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Hadrat Uthman was first married to the Holy Prophet's daughter, Hadrat Ruqayyah
(R.A.) who died in Medina while the Holy Prophet was away on the expedition of B
adr. Then he was married to the younger daughter of the Holy Prophet whose name
was Hadrat Umm-i-Kulthum. She also died in the year 9 A.H. His first wife, Hadra
t Ruqayyah bore him a son, Abdullah, who died at an early age. He had no child f
rom Umm-i-Kulthum (R.A.).\par
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After the death of his second wife Hadrat Umm-i-Kulthum, he married, the followi
ng ladies from time to time: Fakhtah bint Walid; Umm-i-'Amr bint Jundah; Fatimah
bint Shaibah; Umm-i-Banin bint'Uwainah; Ramlah bint Shaibah; 'Aishah; Umm-i-Aba
n; and Nailah bint Farafsah, his last wife whose fingers were chopped by the ins
urgents.\par
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Eleven sons were born to him from different wives. Some of them died at an early
age. One of his sons, Aban became famous and held high positions during the Uma
yyads. He had six or seven daughters.\par
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\b\fs32 WIVES OF HAZRAT ALI ( R.A )\par
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20 Hazrat Fatimah was survived by two sons, Hasan and Husayn, and two daughters,
Zaynab and Umm Kulthum.\par
{\pntext\f1\'B7\tab} Umm-ul-Bunian who was the daughter of Hazam b. Khalid. Hadr
at Ali had five sons from her, namely: Abdullah, Jafar, Abbas, Othman, and Umar.
All of them except Abbas were martyred in the battle of Karbala along with Hadr
at Hussain.\par
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20 Khaula was the daughter of Jafar Hanfiyah. She was the mother of the son know
n as Muhammad b. Hanfiyah.\par
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20 Umm Habib who was the daughter of Rabiah. She gave birth to a son Umar, in th
e daughter Ruqiya.\par
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20 Asma who was the daughter of Umais. She was in the first instance married to
Hadrat Jafar, an elder brother of Hadrat Ali. On the death of Hadrat Jafar, Had
rat Abu Bakr married her. After the death of Hadrat Abu Bakr she married Hadrat
Ali. She had to sons from Hadrat Ali, namely: Yahya and Muhammad Asghar.\par
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20 Laila who was the daughter of Masud. She was the mother of two sons, namely
Ubaidullah and Abu Bakr.\par
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20 Umama who was a daughter of Abi Al Aa's and Hadrat Zainab and elder sister of
Hadrat Fatima. Her son from Hadrat Ali bore the name of Muhammad Awsat.\par
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20 Umm Saeed who was a daughter of Urwa. She bore Hadrat Ali two daughters, nam
ely: Umm-ul-Hasan and Rumia.\par
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20 Muhyat was a daughter of the famous Arab poet Imra-ul-Qais. She gave birth to
a daughter who expired in infancy. \par
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