Safiyya bint Huyayy, (may Allah be pleased with her) married the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in 7 AH, when the Prophet was sixty years old and she was seventeen years old. As in the case of juwayriyya bint Harith, this marriage occurred after one of the Muslims' decisive battles, in this case, the battle of Khaybar. Safiyya bint Huyayy (whose real name was Zaynab) was among the captives when Khaybar was conquered. 610 in Yathrib (Medina); † ca. Father’s Name: Huyayy bin Akhtab . Name: Safiyyah bint Huyayy . Safiyya bint Huyayy was a noblewoman, the daughter of Huyayy ibn Akhtab, chief of the Jewish tribe Banu Nadir, who was executed after surrendering at the Battle of the Trench. Safiyah Bint Huyaiy (RA) Tribe Name: Banu Nazeer: Status before the Marriage: Widow: Her 1st Husband's Name: Salam bin Mishkam: Her 2nd Husband's Name: Kanana bin Abi Al-Haqeeq: Month & Year of her marriage with Prophet (pbuh): Muharram 7 Hijri: Mehar (bridal money): Free from Slavery: Age at the time of her marriage with Prophet (pbuh): Safīya bint Huyaiy (arabisch صفية بنت حيي, DMG Ṣafīyya bint Ḥuyaiy; * ca. Harun (Aaron). 670) war in zweiter Ehe die elfte Ehefrau Mohammeds.Ihr Vater Huyayy ibn Achtab war der Anführer der Banū n-Nadīr.Ihre Mutter war Barra bint Samaw'al, aus einer angesehenen jüdischen Familie aus dem Stamm der Banū Quraiza Safiyya said: ‘I chose God and His Messenger and Islam, and the Messenger of God set me free and married me, and he made manumission my bridal price. You have given to Dihya Safiyya bint Huyay who is the leader of the Banu Qurayzah and Banu Nadheer tribes. Her father, Huyayy bin Akhtab was the chief of the Jewish Tribe Banu Nazir. Hazrat Safiyyah ra bint Huyayy belonged to a noble and influential family. Safiyya Bint Huyayy | صفية بنت حيي Sahabiyat: Ummuhàtul-Mu’minnin (Female Companions of the Prophet Mohammad time) Ummul-Mo’mineen | Mother of Believers. [82] [83] She had been married first to the poet Sallam ibn Mishkam , who had divorced her, [81] [84] and second to Kenana ibn al-Rabi , a commander. ʿUbada • Safiyya bint 'Abd al-Muttalib • Safiyya bint Huyayy • Sahl ibn Hunayf • Sa'id ibn Amir al-Jumahi • Saʿīd b. Zayd • Salama Abu Hashim • Salim, mawla di Abu Hudhayfa • Salit ibn 'Amr 'Ala b. She came from the lineage of Hz. She was married to Kinana, son of Rabi bin Huqayq, one of the leaders of Khaybar Jews. Safiyah binti Huyay (Bahasa Ibrani: צפיה בת חיי ‎ Safiyyah bint Huyayy, Bahasa Arab: صفية بنت حيي ‎) (kk. Safiyya bint Huyayy, (may Allah be pleased with her) married the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in 7 AH, when the Prophet was sixty years old and she was seventeen years old. 610 – c. 670)isteri Nabi Muhammad, dan dianggap oleh orang Islam sebagai "Ibu Orang Beriman".. Selepas kewafatan baginda, beliau terlibat dengan politik awal umat Islam, dan mempunyai kesannya selepas kewafatan beliau. [1] Ella fue llamada, junto al resto de las esposas de Mahoma, con el título de "Madre de los Creyentes". Early life . Safiya bint Houyay (صفية بنت حيي) est née vers 610 à Yathrib (devenue ensuite Médine), et morte entre 661 et 670.Elle s'est convertie à l'Islam et elle fut la onzième épouse de Mohamed en l'an 7 de l'hégire.Son père, Houyay ibn Akhtab, était le chef de la tribu juif des Banu Nadir, et sa mère était Barra bint Samawal, issue d'une famille juive respectée de la tribu des Banu. She was the descendant of prophet Aaron as, brother of Moses as. Born: 610 . Safiyya bint Huyayy (en árabe: صفية بنت حيي) era una mujer judía de la tribu Banu Nadir, que escapó a los 17 años, ya que se convirtió en una mujer musulmana y también se convirtió en esposa de Mahoma para que enseñara a los musulmanes que se podían casar con una judía. Demise: 670. Tribe: Banu Nazir . (Waqidi, volume 2, page 332) [8] Ibn Sa’d: “O Nabi of Allah! Her husband was killed during the Battle of Khaybar. As in the case of juwayriyya bint Harith, this marriage occurred after one of the Muslims' decisive battles, in this case, the battle of Khaybar. She was the daughter of Huyay bin Ahtab, the chief of Banu Nadr.