Aminah bint Wahab ( )(???-577) was the mother of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
She was a member of the Banu Zuhrah clan.
She was the daughter of Wahb ibn `Abd Manaf, and was married to Abdallah ibn Abd al-Muttalib. There are also texts which claim that Aminah bint Wahb died in a trip to Medina while she took Muhammad to meet his uncles and to see the grave of his father. Aminah died in 577 and was buried in Al-Abwa - the grave site was rediscovered in 1998.
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- Halah bint Wahb
- An extract from Beacons of Light: Muhammad, the Prophet, and Fatimah, the Radiant: A Partial Translation of I'lamu 'l Wara bi Alami 'l-Huda by Abu Ali al Fadl ibn al Hasan ibn al Fadl at Tabarsi (c468-548), translated by Dr Mahmoud Ayoub and Dr Lynda Clarke and published in 1986 by the World Organization For Islamic Services, Tehran, Iran: Beacons of Light, Chapter 1: The Holy Prophet of Islam
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