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  Restatement of History of Islam and Muslims
Hashim was married to a woman of Yathrib and from her he had a son — Abdul Muttalib.
Reacting to the depravity of the times, the members of Banu Hashim, were prompted, a half-century before the birth of Muhammad, to make some tentative efforts to arrest the moral decline of the Arabs and to improve the social, economic and intellectual climate of the country.
One of the distant cousins of Hashim was one Abd Shams.
www.al-islam.org /restatement/4.htm   (1240 words)

  
  Banu Hashim
Banu Hashim is a clan in the Quraish tribe.
The Banu Hashim were one of the most important clans in the Quraish tribe at the time of Muhammad's birth, but it was not one of the richest.
Its importance came from its role as the maintaners of the kaba.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/b/ba/banu_hashim.html   (143 words)

  
 Social boycott of Banu Hashim
The Holy Prophet and the Banu Hashim moved to a glen outside Makkah and there remained in a state of semi-captivity for a period of two to three years.
The point to be determined is whether the Banu Hashim were driven to this glen by the Quraish, or did the Banu Hashim move there out of their own accord.
It appears that the Banu Hashim shifted to the glen, which belonged to Abu Talib out of their accord for reasons of safety, and with a view to living together in a time of crisis.
www.witness-pioneer.org /vil/Articles/companion/06_ali_bin_talib.htm   (2089 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Hashemite
Hashemite is the Anglicised version of the Arabic: هاشمي (transliteration: Hashemi) and traditionally refers to those belonging to the Banu Hashim, or "clan of Hashem", a clan within the larger Quraish tribe.
It also refers to an Arab dynasty whose original strength stemmed from the network of tribal alliances and blood loyalties in the Hejaz region of Arabia, along the Red Sea.
Events Anicius Manlius Severinus Boëthius is appointed a consul by Theoderic Births Gildas, Celtic monk Deaths Hashim, great-grandfather of Muhammad and ancestor of the Hashemites Categories: 510...
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Hashemite   (1704 words)

  
 The Life of the Prophet
Muhammad was born around AD 570 into the once-prominent clan of Banu Hashim.
His ancestors had been guardians of the sacred well of Zamzam in Mecca, but by his time the clan, though engaged in commerce, was not among the most influential.
It exposed the extent to which Muhammad's very survival in Mecca, to say nothing of his preaching, depended on his uncle, Abu Talib, and his clansmen, the Banu Hashim, who protected him because he was their kinsman.
www.fathom.com /course/21701769/session1.html   (1466 words)

  
 Restatement of History of Islam and Muslims
The clan of Banu Hashim was monolithic in its support of Muhammad, and the leaders of the Quraysh found themselves powerless before it.
The Umayyads rightly pinpointed the Banu Hashim as responsible for all their failures and frustrations in their war on Islam, and never condoned it for checkmating them in their long and bitter struggle against it.
It was an act that called for conviction and courage — conviction that Banu Hashim were the innocent victims of iniquity, hostility and attrition; and courage to defy the Quraysh.
www.al-islam.org /restatement/14.htm   (3639 words)

  
 Banu Hashim - Definition, explanation
Banu Hashim is a clan in the Quraish tribe.
Muhammad was a member of this clan, his great-grandfather was Hashim for who the clan is named.
The Banu Hashim were one of the most important clans in the Quraish tribe at the time of Muhammad's birth, but it was not one of the richest.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/b/ba/banu_hashim.php   (149 words)

  
 Boycott of Banu Hashim
Though the basic sources of early Islamic history mention that there had been a boycott by the Quraish with the family of Banu Hashim, yet all of these reports differ in details.
Banu Hasham was a famous tribe, which was held in high esteem among the Arabs.
It can only be connected with the Sha`ab of Banu Hashim, a settlement belonging to the tribe that was situated in Mecca.
www.understanding-islam.com /related/text.asp?type=question&qid=2498   (1068 words)

  
 Islam Online - Hajj - Fiqh of Hajj   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hashim’s brothers agreed that he should have the responsibility of levying the tax and providing for the pilgrims.
Thereby, Hashim traveled to Palestine and bought a large amount of flour and then came back instantly to Makkah to make bread from this flour and then he smashed this bread to be offered to his people.
Hashim’s younger brother Al-Muttalib took over the rights of watering the pilgrims and of providing for them after Hashim’s death.
www.islamonline.net /English/hajj/2002/01/Records/article1.shtml   (1345 words)

  
 Banu Hashim Information
Banu Hashim was one of the clans of Banu Abd al-Manaf (one of the most noble and respected tribes of the Quraish).
The Banu Hashim were one of the most important clans in the; Quraish tribe at the time of Muhammad's birth.
The Banu Hashim accompanied the Meccan army when they moved to intercept the Muslim army, but they left the Meccan army and returned to Mecca before the Battle of Badr started.
banu-hashim.zdnet.co.za /zdnet/Banu_Hashim   (882 words)

  
 Banu Hashim:   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Banu Hashim was one of the clans of Banu Abd al-Manaf (one of the most noble and respected tribes of the Quraish).
The Banu Hashim were one of the most important clans in the Quraish tribe at the time of prophet Muhammad's birth.
The Banu Hashim accompanied the Meccan army when they moved to intercept the Muslim army, but they left the Meccan army and returned to mecca before the Battle of Badr started.
www.winelib.com /wiki/Banu_Hashim   (783 words)

  
 Muhammet, Mohammed, muhammad
Abd al-Muttalib, a former leader of the prestigious Hashim clan (which formed part of the tribe of Quraysh).
Following this victory, the victors expelled a hostile Jewish clan, the banu Quainuqa, who had violated the non aggression pact, and had a few minor skirmishes before the next major battle in Uhud.
Banu Qurayza did not participate in the fighting and they made an agreement with Abu Sufyan to attack the Muslims from the rear after he had entered the city.
www.findthelinks.com /religion/Muhammad.htm   (2845 words)

  
 Ali
Since the work entrusted to the family of Banu Abdud Dar the elder brother of Abde Munaf was not satisfactory Hashim put the matter before his six brothers who suggested the takeover of those jobs from Banu Abdud Dar.
But the sons of Banu Abdud Dar refused to part with those services and a dispute arose between them but a settlement was soon arrived at, and some of the duties were exchanged between them, but the bitterness that was created did not wane out from the hearts of Banu Abdud Dar.
Hashim in the beginning did not agree, but when the Quraish too insisted, Hashim agreed with a condition that the loser will have to give as penalty 50 fl-eyed camels to the winner and will also leave Mecca for ten years.
members.tripod.com /~mdhasan/Ali/chap3.htm   (1563 words)

  
 King of Martyrs Imam Hossein, Abdush Shams, Umayyads (Banu Umayya), Hashimites (Banu Hashim)
The children of Hashim through his son Abdul Mutalib were called the 'Hashimites/Banu Hashim' (tribe of Hashim).
This was the beginning of the hatred of the Umayyads towards the Hashimites, which eventually led to the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (pbuh).
Hashim was the Great Grandfather of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and that is why the families of the Prophet are known as the Hashimites.
www.ezsoftech.com /islamic/moharram2.asp   (1299 words)

  
 Muhammad Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He was first placed under the care of his paternal grandfather Abd al-Muttalib who was a former leader of the prestigious Hashim clan (which was part of the tribe to Quraysh).
Makkah was a desert city-state whose main distinction was the Kaaba, reputedly built by Abraham, the traditional patriarch of the Jews.
The jewish tribe of Banu Qurayza did not participate in the fighting and they made an agreement with Abu Sufyan to attack the Muslims from the rear after he had entered the city.
www.myclassiclyrics.com /artist_biographies/Muhammad_Biography.htm   (3078 words)

  
 Sa'd bin Abu Waqqas R
The Messenger of Allah, Muhammad S belonged to the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraysh tribe.
During the boycott, no one was allowed to trade with of Banu Hashim and Bani Muttalib, which meant days of starvation because of lack of food.
Banu Hashim and Banu Muttalib Finally, the Muslims and the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad S migrated to Yathrib (Madinah).
www.islam4theworld.com /Sahabah/sad_bin_abu_waqqas.htm   (2487 words)

  
 Sahabah Migation to Abyssina   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All the Quraish, therefore, decided that it may be demanded from Banu Abdul Muttalib and Banu Hashim that they should hand over their nephew Muhammad (peace be upon him) to them otherwise they (the Quraish) would severe their relations with them.
Therefore, a treaty was written to the efffect that all sorts of relations be severed with Banu Hashim adn Banu Muttalib, and in future there would be no relationship, marriage, or dealings of any sort with them.
At that time all the family members of Banu Hashim and Banu Muttalib, with the exception of Abu Lahab, whether Muslims of infidel, indiscriminately accompanied Abu Talib and were besieged in the valley.
www.anwary-islam.com /prophet-life/holly-p-7.htm   (1393 words)

  
 Banu Hashim - List
Banu Hashim - List is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
Banu Hashim (Arabic: بنو هاشم) is a clan in the Quraish tribe.
Muhammad was a member of this clan; his great-grandfather was Hashim for whom the clan is named.
www.experiencefestival.com /banu_hashim_-_list   (331 words)

  
 the said about islam   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Banu Omayya was thought to be the equals of Banu Hashim.
The Holy Prophet belonged to Banu Hashim and Othman belonged to Banu Omayya.
Banu Umayya and Banu Hashim were old rivals.
www.4newmuslims.org /companion3.htm   (9716 words)

  
 Enemies Of The Ahl e Bayt - www.sdol.org
Hadhrath Umar knew that there was a long standing hatred by the Banu Ummaya towards the Banu Hashim, they would never tolerate a member of the Ahlul'bayt becoming khalifa in the long run and that this would cause inevitable rivalry....this happened on the plains of Siffeen.
A clan whose supremacy had been effectively extinguished with the coming to power of Islam, now had the reigns of power, nothing no one, especially their sworn enemies the Banu Hashim were going to stand in their way or humiliate them again.
Absolute favoritism was given to the Banu Ummayya they were rewarded with power and financial clout a means to eliminate any likelihood of Banu Hashim attaining the Khilafath.
www26.brinkster.com /sdolshah1/steotab.htm   (1567 words)

  
 Restatement of History of Islam and Muslims
The "base of operations" of Abu Talib and the Banu Hashim was Makkah whereas the "theater" of the conflicts in which Ali and the Ansar were drawn, was Medina.
The polytheists were daunted and dismayed by the united and defiant front presented by the Banu Hashim to them, and to the rest of the world.
But just as the support of Banu Hashim was found to be indispensable for Islam in Makkah, the support of the Ansar was found to be indispensable for it in Medina.
www.al-shia.com /html/eng/books/restatment/72.htm   (1698 words)

  
 Access Islam
Abu Talib is the head of Banu Hashim, the clan of the tribe of the Quraish.
The first emigration of some of the early converts to Ethiopia to escape Meccan persecution.
The Quraish proclaim a social boycott of Muhammad and Banu Hashim.
www.thirteen.org /edonline/accessislam/timeline560.html   (635 words)

  
 Lady Khadijah (SA)
Khadija al-Kubra daughter of Khuwaylid ibn (son of) Asad ibn Abdul-`Uzza ibn Qusayy belonged to the clan of Banu Hashim of the tribe of Banu Asad.
She was a distant cousin of her husband the Messenger of Allah Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Abdul-Muttalib ibn Hashim ibn Abd Manaf ibn Qusayy, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him and his progeny.
According to a number of sources, Khadija was born in 565 A.D. and died one year before the Hijra (migration of the Holy Prophet and his followers from Mecca to Medina) in 623 A.D. at the age of 58, but some historians say that she lived to be 65.
www.baabeilm.org /women/great_women/khadijah/lady_khadijah.asp   (4579 words)

  
 Zakah
Ash-Shaf'i, Ahmad, and al-Bukhari relate from Jubair ibn Mut'im who said: "At the battle of Khaibar, the Prophet, upon whom be peace, set aside the share of the relatives of the families of Banu Hashim and Banu al-Muttalib and left out the shares of Banu Nawfal and Banu 'Abd Shams.
Do not deny Banu Hashim the grace of their position because Allah placed you among them.
Just as the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, made charity unlawful for the family of Banu Hashim, he also made it unlawful for their proteges (mawla).
www.islamiska.org /e/z10.htm   (1169 words)

  
 NAHJ AL-BALAGHAH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Banu Tamim are those that if one star sets another one rises for them.
When Talhah and az-Zubayr reached Basrah it was Banu Tamim who took active part in the movement to avenge `Uthman's blood and werc foremost in fanning this mischief.
That kinship was this that Banu Hashim and Banu Tamim join the lineal line at Ilyas ibn Mudar because Hashim is the descendant of Mudrikah ibn Ilyas, while Tamim is the descendant of Tabikhah ibn Ilyas.
www.hadith.net /english/sources/nahj/letters/18.htm   (348 words)

  
 Sacramento Area League of Associated Muslims
Muhammad's father, Abdullah, had died almost six months before he was born and the young boy was brought up by his paternal grandfather Abd al-Muttalib, of the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraish tribe.
Mecca was a thriving commercial center, due in great part to a stone temple called the Kaaba, that was originally built by Abraham and Ishmael wherin to worship the one God, which had become desecrated and where the pre-Islamic Arabs wrongfully housed many different cult figures (idols).
Following the Muslim's victory at the Battle of the Trench, the Muslims were able, through conversion and conquest, to extend their rule to many of the neighboring cities and tribes.
www.salamcenter.org /muhammad-bio.html   (1897 words)

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