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TAMBAHAN SANGGAHAN 6
Sawda bint Zama*
She was of the Quraish tribe on her father's side. According to the traditions, she migrated to Abyssinia with her first husband, who became a Christian there and died when the couple returned to Mecca.
Muhammad married Sawda one month after the death of his first wife Khadija upon suggestion of one of his companions. Muslim scholars disagree whether Muhammad married first Sawda or Aisha. Regardless, Muhammad did not consummate his marriage with Aisha for several years because she was too young, and lived with Sawda during that time.
At some point, Sawda succeeded in persuading Muhammad not to divorce her. Muhammad favored young Aisha over old Sawda, but the latter stopped him in the street and implored to take her back. As an argument, she offered to gave her turn of Muhammad's visit to Aisha. The incident resulted in the revelation of verse 4:127 of the Qur'an. After Muhammad's death, Sawda received a gift of money, which she spent on charity. Muawiyah I, the first caliph of the Umayyad dynasty bought her house in Medina for 180,000 dirhams. She died in Medina in October 674.
It is not clear when Aisha was born. Most scholars calculate her age, by reference to the date of her marriage to Muhammad (622) and then subtracting her age at marriage. However, there are many theories as to her age at marriage.
Aisha was the daughter of Abu Bakr of Mecca.
They belonged to the Banu Taim sub-clan of the tribe of Quraysh, the tribe to which Muhammad also belonged. Aisha is said to have followed her father in accepting Islam when she was still young. She also joined him in his migration to Ethiopia in 615 CE; a number of Mecca's Muslims emigrated then, seeking refuge from persecution by the Meccans who still followed their pre-Islamic religions.
According to the early Islamic historian al-Tabari, Aisha's father tried to spare her the dangers and discomfort of the journey by solemnizing her marriage to her fiance, Jubair, son of Mut`am ibn `Adi. However, Mut’am refused to honor the long-standing betrothal, as he did not wish his family to be connected to the Muslim outcasts. The emigration to Ethiopia proved temporary and Abu Bakr's family returned to Mecca within a few years. Aisha was then betrothed to Muhammad.
Hafsa bint Umar
She was married to Khunais ibn Hudhaifa, but became a widow when she was eighteen. According to Islamic tradition, after Abu Bakr and Uthman ibn Affan refused to marry her When her father, Umar, went to Muhammad to complain about their behavior, Muhammad replied, "Hafsa will marry one better than Uthman and Uthman will marry one better than Hafsa." 
Muhammad married her after the battle of Badr. Hafsa was around twenty years old and Muhammad fifty-six at the time of marriage. By this marriage, Muhammad strengthened ties between him and two of his closest friends. He was now married to the daughter of Abu Bakr, Aisha, and to the daughter of Umar
According to Islamic tradition, Hafsa had memorized the Qur'an. The copy of Zayd ibn Thabit which was recorded by the instructions of Abu Bakr was given to Hafsa. Uthman, when he became a Caliph, used Hafsa's copy when he attempted to develop a definitive text of the Qur'an
Zaynab bint Khuzayma
Zaynab or Zainab (Arabic: زينب died November, 624) bint Khuzayma was one of the wives of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, the final prophet in Islam and therefore a Mother of the Believers (Arabic: "Umm-al-Momineen"). Following her husband's death at the battle of Badr (March 17, 624)
, Zaynab asked Muhammad to marry her. She died eight months after the marriage.
Kinanah ibn Rabi is the brother-in-law of Zaynab bint Khuzayma.
Umm Salama Hind bint Abi Umayya
Hind bint Abi Umayya, Hind al Makhzumiyah, also called as Umm Salama (Mother of Salama) (Arabic: أم سلمة هند بنت أبي أمية) .
Following Abdullah ibn Abdulasad’s martyrdom in the battle of Uhud
she became known as Ayyin al-Arab - the one who had lost her husband .
She was the daughter of a notable of Banu Makhzum
nicknamed Zad ar-Rakib because of his generosity to travelers .
Zaynab bint Jahsh
She was a cousin of Muhammad, and her previous marriage, which was arranged by Muhammad himself, ended in a divorce. Her mother, Umayma, was the daughter of Muhammad's grandfather, Abdul Muttalib.
Her brother, Ubayd-Allah ibn Jahsh, went to the Migration to Abbysian and there left Islam for Christianity. His wife, Ramlah bint Abu Sufyan, then remaried the prophet Muhammad.
She had a sister named Hammanah bint Jahsh.
According to Ibn Kathir, Zaynab came from a noble Arab family and she wanted to marry a man with high social status.
However, Muhammad wanted her to marry Zayd ibn Harithah, a former slave that Muhammad had adopted as son. Zaynab was unhappy marrying a former slave and refused to marry him. This Qur'anic verse relates to the event,
It is not fitting for a Believer, man or woman, when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger to have any option about their decision: if any one disobeys Allah and His Messenger, he is indeed on a clearly wrong Path. (Qur'an 33:36)
Muhammad provided dowry for Zaynab on Zayd's behalf, but the marriage, however, was not a success. According to Ibn Kathir (translated by Muhammad Gemeiah),
Zayd asked the Prophet's permission to divorce Zaynab more than once, and although he was counseled to hold onto his wife and to fear Allah, in the end the divorce took place. The Prophet then was ordered by Allah to marry Zaynab bint Jahsh, which he did in 5 AH, when he was fifty-eight years old, and she was thirty-five years old.
The estimation places the marriage in 628.
Only Muhammad's sixth and seventh wives (Umm Salamah and Zaynab, respectively) were his direct cousins whom he had known since their childhood. Zaynab came as a divorcee after a failed marriage to his adopted son Zayd 
Juwayriya bint al-Harith
Juwayriyya bint al-Harith (Arabic: جويرية بنت الحارث juwayriyya bint al-ḥārith, born c. 608) was married to prophet Muhammad, the final prophet in Islam and therefore a Mother of the Believers (Arabic: "Umm-al-Momineen") when he was 58 years old and she was 20, thus placing the marriage in 628.
She was the daughter of al-Ḥārith, the chief of Banu Mustaliq,
who were defeated in a battle after a surprise attack. She was one of the captives taken in this campaign. Muhammad asked her to marry him, and she accepted. As soon as the marriage was announced, all the booty that had been taken from the Banu Mustaliq was returned, and all the captives were set free.
Ramlah bint Abi-Sufyan
She was the daghter of Saffya binte abi al-A'as  and Abu Sufyan ibn Harb, the leader of Quraish and the most powerful enemy of Muhammad for most of his life
. The First Ummayad ruler, Muawiyah I was her brother.
She was also the aunt of Uthman; they were first cousins on mother's side and second cousins by her father's side .
It is not uncomon to see sources claim she is the daughter of Hind binte Utbah and Abu Sufyan ibn Harb. It is not clear what this is the source of this .
Safiyya bint Huyayy
Safiyya was born in Medina and belonged to the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir. Her father, Huyayy ibn Akhtab was the chief of the Banu Nadir,
and her mother, Barra bint Samawal, belonged to the Banu Qurayza tribe. When Banu Nadir was expelled from Medina in 625, her family settled in Khaybar, an oasis near Medina. Her father and brother went from Khaybar to join the Meccan and Bedouin forces besieging Muhammad in Medina during the Battle of the Trench. Both fought alongside the Banu Qurayza and were killed, together with all the men of the Banu Qurayza, by Muhammad's followers. In 627 or early in 628, Safiyya married Kinana ibn al-Rabi, treasurer of the Banu Nadir; she was about 17 years old at that time.
Maymuna bint al-Harith
Her original name was Burrah, but Muhammad changed it to Maimunah. She asked Muhammad to marry her, and he accepted the offer. She married Muhammad when he was 60 years old and she was 36. Placing the marriage in 630.
Zaynab bint Khuzayma, the previous wife of Muhammad who had died earlier, was her half-sister.
She dedicated herself to him and the following Qur'anic ayat (verse) was revealed pertaining to her: "And any believing woman who offers herself freely to the Prophet and whom the Prophet might be willing to wed" (Qur'an 33:50). The relevant clause reads, literally, "if she offered herself as a gift (in wahabat nafsaha) to the Prophet". Most of the classical commentators take this to mean "without demanding or expecting a dower (mahr)", which, as far as ordinary Muslims are concerned, is an essential item in a marriage agreement.
Her other half-sisters, Asma bint Umais and Salma bint Umays, later married Abu Bakr and Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib. Her full sisters were Lubaba, Asma, and Izza.
Maria al-Qibtiyya (Arabic: مارية القبطية) (alternatively, especially in non-Arabic traditions, "Maria Qupthiya"), or Maria the Copt, was a Coptic Christian slave who was sent as a gift from Muqawqis, a Byzantine official, to the Islamic prophet Muhammad in 628 CE. According to most Islamic accounts, she was Muhammad's wife, and therefore a Mother of the Believers (Arabic: "Umm-al-Momineen").
However, some scholars have claimed that she stayed as a concubine. She was the mother of Muhammad's son Ibrahim, who died in infancy. Maria never remarried, and died five years after Muhammad, in 637.
Her birthdate is unknown, though she was probably young when she was presented. Some Islamic accounts say that she was twenty, but no primary source mentions her age.
Maka dapat dikalkulasi :
Istri Nabi dari keluarga Tokoh penting :
6. Zainah bint Jash
Istri Nabi dari Janda Perang
1. Zaynab bint Khuzaimah
2. Umm Salama
Istri Nabi dinikah karena kemiskinan atau sebatang kara
Istri Nabi dinikah karena pinangan sendiri dari sang calon istri