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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Fatima bint Khattab
15/02/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

It was when the call to Islam was done secretly. The number of the Companions who believed was 10. One of them was Hz. Umar’s sister Fatima. Hz. Fatima was married to Said bin Zayd. Her husband was also a believer. They worshipped together and learnt the Quran together. Hz. Said became one of the 10 Companions who were given the glad tiding of being people of Paradise while they were alive.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Halima
08/02/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

The climate of Makkah was not good for newborn babies. It prevented them from growing up healthily and robustly. Therefore, some families who wanted their babies to grow up healthily gave them to wet-nurses who lived in the desert for a certain period. For, the desert had nice air and fresh water. Besides, the children who grew up there spoke Arabic better.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Asma bint Yazid
01/02/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

The era of the Prophet was an era of knowledge. The Companions who were around the sublime Prophet learned many things from the source of knowledge. They asked the Messenger of Allah about the problems they encountered in daily life and asked him various questions. Not only men but also women went into the presence of the Prophet to ask them about their problems. For, they knew that modesty did not prevent learning one’s religion. There was no need to feel ashamed while learning one’s religion.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Hamna bint Jahsh
25/01/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

Hz. Hamna was the daughter of Umayma bint Abdulmuttalib, the paternal aunt of the Prophet. She was also the sister of Zaynab bint Jahsh, one of the wives of the Prophet. Thus, she was sister-in-law of the Prophet. She became a Muslim in the first years of Islam. She was loyal to the Prophet with her heart. She was married to Mus’ab bin Umayr, one of the great Companions. They led a happy life.

  • Hz. Mus’ab took part in the battle of Uhud and fought heroically. 

The Muslims were about to gain a big victory but when the archers located by the Messenger of Allah left their places, the course of the battle changed. The Muslims were defeated. It was also rumored that the Messenger of Allah was martyred.

When the female Companions who were in Madinah heard this, they ran to the battlefront. Hamna bint Jahsh, the wife of Mus’ab bin Umayr, was also among them. When they heard that the Messenger of Allah was alive, they became very happy.

However, Hz. Mus’ab was martyred. In addition, Hz. Hamna’s brother Abdullah bin Jahsh and her maternal uncle Hz. Hamza were also martyred. The Prophet wanted to give this news to Hamna himself. When Hamna came over to him, he said,

“O Hamna! Show patience and seek reward from Allah!” 

Hamna said,

“O Messenger of Allah! For whom shall I show patience?” 

The Prophet said,

“For your maternal uncle Hamza.” 

Hz. Hamna was a woman who believed in qadar. She said,

“We are slaves of Allah and we will return to Him. May Allah show him mercy and forgive him! May Allah give him glad tidings and rejoice him with the reward of martyrdom!”

The Prophet said,

“O Hamna! Show patience and seek reward from Allah!” 

Hamna said,

“O Messenger of Allah! For whom shall I show patience?” 

The Prophet said,

“For your brother.” 

Hz. Hamna said in patience and resoluteness,

“We are slaves of Allah and we will return to Him. May Allah show him mercy and forgive him! May Allah give him glad tidings and rejoice him with the reward of martyrdom!”

The Prophet said,

“O Hamna! Show patience and seek reward from Allah!” 

Hamna said in suspense,

“O Messenger of Allah! For whom shall I show patience?”

The Prophet said,

“For Mus’ab bin Umayr.” 

Hz. Hamna, who had not lost her patience and resoluteness up to that time, changed suddenly. She thought about her children and started to cry by saying,

 

Thereupon, the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said,

“There is no doubt that a man has a different place in the eye of his wife. Hamna showed patience and resoluteness when she heard about the death of her maternal uncle and brother but she could not maintain her resoluteness when she heard the death of her husband.”( Sirah, 3: 104. )

Hz. Hamna could not show the same patience for her husband but she did not oppose qadar. She calmed down with the prayer and consolation of the Messenger of Allah.

Hamnah later married Talha bin Ubaydullah, one of the ten Companions who were given the good news that they would go to Paradise. They led a happy life. They had two children called Muhammad and Imran.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Hind bint Utba
18/01/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

When the Islamic army conquered Makkah, small street fights took place. After that, the Kaaba was cleaned from idols. The vast compassion and tolerance of the Messenger of Allah was in action again; those who left their swords and took refuge in the Kaaba were forgiven.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Safiyya bint Abdulmuttalib
11/01/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

During the Era of Bliss, there were some women who did not drop the torch of Islam from their hands, who struggled sacrificing their lives so that Islam would conquer hearts and who did not fall behind their husbands and sons. One of those Companions who would live in hearts as long as the world existed was Hz. Safiyya, the paternal aunt of the Prophet

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Sumayra bint Qays
04/01/2019 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

When the rumor that the Muslims were defeated and that the Messenger of Allah was martyred during the Battle of Uhud reached Madinah, one of the women that ran to the battlefront was Sumayra bint  Qays (r.anha)

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Sumayya
28/12/2018 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

Sumayya is the first woman in the history of Islam who sacrificed her life in the way of Allah and was martyred. She attained the rank of martyrdom and became the first martyred woman.

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Tamadur bint Amr (Khansa)
21/12/2018 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

Hz. Khansa, who was honored to see the Prophet and listen to his talk, knew that children were entrusted to people by Allah. She believed that it was necessary to return the entrusted things to their owner. She grew up her four children with this thought. Her children, whom she took care of and brought up very sensitively, became old enough to fight in the way of Allah.  

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Asterisk Female Companions of the Prophet | Umm Ayman
14/12/2018 The Fit Hijabi in Guest / No comments

The Prophet lost his father before he was born and her mother when he was six years old. He grew up as an orphan. However, several women took care of him showing him the compassion of a mother. They did their best so as not to make him feel as a motherless child.

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