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‹ The template below (Cleanup) is being considered for deletion. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus.› This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (November 2007) Umm Kulthum Jamila bint Asim ibn Thabit (Arabic: أم كلثوم جميلة بنت قاسم بن ثابت‎) was one of the wives of Umar, the second Sunni Caliph. Sources available to this article have not established if Asim ibn Thabit was her father, or if he just shared her fathers name and patronymic. Biography A narration attributed to Malik from Yahya ibn Said reports: “ A woman of the Ansar was married to Umar ibn al-Khattab. She bore Asim ibn Umar to him, and then he separated from her. Umar came to Quba and found his son Asim playing in the courtyard of the mosque. He took him by the arm and placed him before him on his mount. The grandmother of the child saw him and argued with Umar about the child so they went to Abu Bakr as-Siddiq. Umar said, 'My son.' The woman said, 'My son.' Abu Bakr said, 'Do not interfere between a child and its mother.' Umar did not repeat his words." Yahya said that he heard Malik say, "This is what I would have done in that situation.[1] ” Shibli Nomani, a 20th century Sunni Islamic scholar writes: “ On arrival at Medinah he married Jamila, daughter of Asim b. Thabit who was high placed Ansari and had fought at Badr. Jamila first name was Asia which the Holy Prophet ( saw ) changed to Jamila on her conversion to Islam. Omar divorcd her also for some unknown reason. Omar also had other wives namely, Umm Hakim, daughter of al Harith b.Hisham al Makhzumi, Fukhia Yamania and Atika, daughter of Zaid b. Amr b. Nafil.[2] ” Asim ibn Umar would become the grandfather of Umar II, the Fifth Sunni Caliph. See also Umm Kulthum (name) References ^ Al-Muwatta, 37 6.6 ^ Al-Faruq, English Translation, Volume II Pages 340 --> 343 Chapter XIX ( His Family )