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Jubayr ibn Mut'im

Jubayr ibn Mut‘im (Arabic: جبير بن مطعم‎) (d. AH 57 (676/677)[1] or AH 59 (678/679)[2]) was one of the Meccan enemies of the Islamic prophet Muhammad who later became a Sahabi (Companion of the Prophet Muhammad).

Contents

  • Biography 1
    • Aisha 1.1
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Biography

He was the son of Mut`im ibn `Uday.[1]

Aisha

In 12 BH (610 CE), Abu Bakr had initially engaged his daughter Aisha to Jubayr ibn Mut'im, but this arrangement was canceled in favor of her marriage to Muhammad. [3]

He was especially known for his knowledge of genealogy.[1] He was the owner of Wahshy ibn Harb, the slave who killed Hamza ibn 'Abdul Muttalib. He adopted Islam in the period between the Hudaibiah Treaty and the Conquest of Mecca.[1]

He had two sons, Nafi' ibn Jubayr[4] and Muhammad ibn Jubayr.[5] He is included in the Isnad of several hadith,[6] among them being the hadith of the two weighty things.[2]

See also

References

(See Discussion)

  1. ^ a b c d http://dictionary.al-islam.com/Arb/Dicts/SelDict.asp?DI=26&CurrPage=3&TL=1&Theme=26&RDF=1
  2. ^ a b Al-islam.org [1]
  3. ^ Lings (1983). Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources. p. 105-106. 
  4. ^ Rijal: narrators of the Muwatta of Imam Muhammad
  5. ^ http://www.hadithblog.com/yahya-related-to-me-from-malik-from-ibn-shihab-from-muhammad-ibn-jubayr-ibn-mutim-that-his-father-said-i-heard-the-messenger-of-allah-may-allah-bless-him-and-grant-him-peace-recite-at-tur-sura-52-in-t/yahya-related-to-me-from-malik-from-ibn-shihab-from-muhammad-ibn-jubayr-ibn-mutim-that-his-father-said-i-heard-the-messenger-of-allah-may-allah-bless-him-and-grant-him-peace-recite-at-tur-sura-52-in-t.html
  6. ^ Sahih al-Bukhari, 8:73:13
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