Who was the wife of Hazrat Zubair?
He was also married to A’isha, a daughter of the third caliph Uthman ibn Affan ( r. 644–656). A’isha or Nafisa mothered Ibn al-Zubayr’s son Bakr, of whom little is reported in the traditional sources. Ibn al-Zubayr divorced A’isha following the birth of their son.
Which companion fought against his own son in the battle of Badr?
Abdullah ibn Suhayl is an early companion of Muhammad who emigrated to Medina using a clever tactic at the Battle of Badr. He is also the son of the famous Qurayshite statesmen, Suhayl ibn Amr and brother of Abu Jandal ibn Suhayl….
|Abdullah ibn Suhayl
Who is Zubair in Islam?
Zubayr ibn al-Awwam (Arabic: زبير بن العوام; 594–656) was an Arab Muslim commander in the service of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the caliphs Abu Bakr ( r. 632–634) and Umar ( r.
Who is the first Shaheed in Badr?
Muhammad, commanding an army of his Sahaba, defeated an army of the Quraysh led by Amr ibn Hishām, better known as Abu Jahl. The battle marked the beginning of the six-year war between Muhammad and his tribe….Battle of Badr.
|13 March 624 CE (17 Ramadan 2 AH)
|Badr, Hejaz (present-day Saudi Arabia) 23°44′N 38°46′E
Did Zubayr beat Asma?
Asma was unhappy in her married life, for al-Zubayr was “the most jealous of people” and “hard on her.” He took three additional wives in Medina, and “whenever Zubayr was angry with one of us, he used to beat her until the stick broke.” She complained to her father, who advised her: “My daughter, be patient.
Which Sahabi died in Badr?
Well-known Meccans who were killed during the battle included Amr ibn Hishām, Umayyah ibn Khalaf, ‘Utbah ibn Rabi’ah, Shaybah ibn Rabi’ah, al-Walid ibn ‘Utbah, al-Aswad bin and ‘Abdul-Asad al-Makhzumi. Nadr ibn al-Harith and ‘Uqbah ibn Abū Mu’ayṭ were also killed, though the circumstances of their deaths are unclear.
Is there a complete translation of Ibn Arabi’s Futuhat al-Makkiyya?
Having studied Ibn Arabi’s Futuhat al-Makkiyya for over twenty-five years, Eric Winkel is now in the midst of an eleven-year project to produce the first complete translation of this work. For more information see links below to The Futūḥāt Project
What is the Futūḥāt?
The Futūḥāt describes a tangible vision Ibn al-ʿArabī experienced in Mecca. Although the work has been described as a vast compendium, it is much more than that; neither is it an encyclopedia of concepts. It is above all an integral transcription of a complex, wholly palpable, experienced vision.
What is Futūḥāt al-makkīya?
For more information see links below to The Futūḥāt Project T he Futūḥāt al-Makkīya is a magnum opus of over 10,000 pages, written by Ibn al-ʿArabī (1165–1240), sometimes in his own hand but mostly dictated to a circle of friends.