Wives of Prophet Muhammad


The wives of Prophet Mohammed – Dr. Roushangar

The Prophet’s wives are listed in four categories:

  1. The women whom he married and stayed with till his death in 632.
  2. Women that he captured in wars the ones he slept with but never married or they did not want to marry him. His concubines
  3. Women he married and divorced after a short time.
  4. Women that may or may not have been married to him

In the first category his wives were:

Khadijeh, daughter of Khovilid, they married in the year 595 when she was 40 and he was 25 years old. They lived together for 24 years 10 years of it after Mohammed declared himself a messenger from Allah. It is ironic that during these ten years Allah never, told Mohammed to marry another woman. They had four daughters and adopted a son, named Zaid. She died in 619.

Soodeh, Daughter of Hamzeh, they married in the year 620 when she was 30 years old and he was 50. This was second marriage for both of them. They both had lost their spause.

Ayesh, a six year old child that Allah offered Mohammed in 623 when he was 53 years old. She was his favorite and he died in her arms in 632.

Hafzeh, daughter of Omar Ibn Khatab. He married her in 625. She was 18 years old and had lost her husband in the battle of Badr.

Omeh Salmeh, Daughter of Almeghireh, they married in 626 when she was 29 years old. Her husband had died in the battle of Ohod.

Zeinab, daughter of Khazimeh, he married her in 626 when she was 30 and had lost her first and second husbands in the war of Badr. She died a few months later.

Jorieh, daughter of Hares, He married her in 627 and freed her tribe. She was a 20-year old war booty. She was so beautiful that who ever laid an eye on her fall in love with her.

Zeinab, daughter of Jahesh, she was his cousin and married to Zeid the Prophet’s adopted son. Mohammed fell in love with this woman and asked Zeid to divorce her and he married her in the year 628.

She was 38 years old. Koran 33-37 gives the prophet the right to marry his adopted son’s wife. “When Zaid had accomplished his want of her, we gave her to you as a wife, so that there should be no difficulty for the believers in respect of the wives of their adopted sons, when they have accomplished their want of them; and Allah’s command shall be performed.” What a nice Allah, whenever this man desires a woman Allah just says OK you can have it.

Ramleh, Daughter of Abu Sofyan, known as Omeh Habibe, they married in the year 628. She was 38-year-old widow and her husband had left Islam.

Safieh, daughter of Hay Ben Khatab was from a Bani Nazir a Jewish tribe. Her husband died in 628 in the battle of

Kheibar. Safieh’s husband had refused to tell Mohammed where he had hidden his wealth and was killed under torture. The same night Mohammed took Safieh, the 17-year old beauty to his bed. Later he married her.

Meimooneh, daughter of Haress. Mohammed married her in 628 and she was 27 years old.

Mohammed’s concubines

Marieh, daughter of Shamoon. A black beauty given as a gift to the Prophet by the king of Egypt.

Rayhaneh, daughter taken as a war booty. Mohammed took her to bed after he ordered the killing of her husband in the year 627. She did not agree to be his wife and stayed in his Haram as slave until her death in 632.

Women Mohammed married and divorced quickly.

Asma daughter of Neman
Ghotileh, Daughter of Ghaice
Malaeke Daughter of kaab
Bent Jandeb daughter of Damareh
Fatima, Daughter of Sahaak
Omreh, daughter of Yazid
Alyeh, daughter of Zobyan
Saba, daughter of Sofyan
Nesha daughter of Rafieh
Ghazieh, daughter of jaber
Fatima, daughter of shoreh
Sanaa daughter of Salim
Alshanba, daughter of Omar
Kholeh, daughter of Alhavhil
Shargh daughter of Khalifeh
Kolleh daughter of Hakim
In addition there are 7 more women that may or may not have married Mohammed.

Habibeh daughter of Sahl

Laili daughter of Khatem

Omeh Hani daughter of Abi Taleb

Dobeh, daughter of Amir

Safieh daughter of Beshameh

Emareh or Emameh daughter of Hafzeh

Omeh Habib daughter of Alabas

Taken from the Persian “Cyrus The Great and Mohammed Ibn Abdollah,” by Dr. Roushangar


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