Hafsah Diyar Umar ( Arabic  ; c. 605-665) ta kasance matar Annabin Musulunci Muhammadu saboda haka Uwar Muminai ce.

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Haihuwa Makkah, 604
ƙasa Khulafa'hur-Rashidun
ƙungiyar ƙabila Larabawa
Ƙuraishawa
Mutuwa Madinah da Umayyad dynasty (en) Fassara, Nuwamba, 665 (Gregorian)
Makwanci Al-Baqi'
Madinah
Yan'uwa
Mahaifi Sayyadina Umar
Abokiyar zama Khunais ibn Hudhaifa (en) Fassara  ga Augusta, 624 (Gregorian))
Muhammad  (ga Janairu, 625 (Gregorian) -  8 ga Yuni, 632)
Siblings Abdullah dan Umar, Asim ibn Umar (en) Fassara da Obaidullah bin Omar bin al-Khattab (en) Fassara
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Farkon rayuwaGyara

Hafsah 'yar Umar dan Khattab ce da Zainab diyar Madh'uwn . An haife ta "lokacin Quraishawa suna gina Gida [ Ka'abah ], shekaru biyar kafin aiko Annabi," watau a shekara ta 605. [1]

AureGyara

Ta yi aure da Khunais bn Hudhaifah amma ta zama bazawara a watan Agusta 624. [2]

Bayan da Hafsah ta gama idda, mahaifinta Umar ya mika hannu ga Uthman Ibn 'Affan, bayan haka kuma ga Abubakar ; amma dukansu sun ƙi ta. Lokacin da Umar ya je wurin Muhammad don yin gunaguni game da wannan, Muhammad ya amsa, "Allah zai auri Uthman ya fi 'yar ku kuma zai aurar da' yar ku fiye da Uthman." [3]

Muhammad (SAW) ya auri Hafsah a Shaaban AH 3 (a ƙarshen Janairu ko a farkon Fabrairu 625). [4] Wannan aure "ya ba wa Annabi damar danganta kansa da mabiyansa masu aminci," [5] watau Umar, wanda yanzu ya kasance surukinsa.

Sanannen AikiGyara

Uthman dan Affan, lokacin da ya zama Halifa, ya yi amfani da kwafin Hafsah lokacin da ya daidaita rubutun Kur'ani . [6] Ita kuma an ce ta ruwaito hadisi sittin daga Muhammad. [7]

MutuwaGyara

Ta mutu a Shaban AH 45, watau a watan Oktoba ko Nuwamba 665. An binne ta a cikin makabar ta al-Baqi kusa da sauran Uwayen Muminai. [8]

Duba kumaGyara

ManazartaGyara

  1. Muhammad ibn Saad, Tabaqat vol. 8. Translated by Bewley, A. (1995). The Women of Madina p. 56. London: Ta-Ha Publishers.
  2. Muhammad ibn Saad, Tabaqat vol. 3. Translated by Bewley, A. (2013). The Companions of Badr, p. 307. London: Ta-Ha Publishers.
  3. Ibn Saad/Bewley vol. 8 pp. 56-58. The story is told in five separate traditions.
  4. Ibn Saad/Bewley vol. 8 p. 58.
  5. Margoliouth, D. S. (1905). Mohammed and the Rise of Islam, p. 307. New York & London: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
  6. Bukhari 6:60:201.
  7. Siddiqi, M. Z. (2006). Hadith Literature: Its Origin, Development, Special Features and Criticism, p. 25. Kuala Lumpar: Islamic Book Trust.
  8. Ibn Saad/Bewley vol. 8 p. 60.