Umm Ruman

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Umm Rumān Zaynab bint ‘Āmir' ibn Uwaymir ibn Abd Shams ibn Attab Al-Kinaniyah (died 628 CE; 6 AH), known by her kunyah "Umm Rumān" (Arabic: أمّ رومان زينب بنت عامر بن عويمر بن عبد شمس بن عتاب الفراسية الكنانية‎) was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Umm Ruman has received more than 107,525 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Umm Ruman is the 509th most popular companion, the 131st most popular biography from Saudi Arabia and the 14th most popular Saudi Arabian Companion.

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Among companions, Umm Ruman ranks 509 out of 687Before her are Beatrice of Castile, Christian II, Elector of Saxony, Princess Louise of Denmark, Archduchess Maria Annunciata of Austria, Conrad, Count Palatine of the Rhine, and Catherine de' Medici, Governor of Siena. After her are Isabella of Burgundy, Queen of Germany, Douce I, Countess of Provence, Gisela, Abbess of Chelles, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, Aquilia Severa, and Sallustia Orbiana.

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In Saudi Arabia

Among people born in Saudi Arabia, Umm Ruman ranks 131 out of 222Before her are Isma'il ibn Ja'far (721), Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al ash-Sheikh (1943), Al-Waleed bin Talal (1955), 'Abd Allah ibn 'Amr ibn al-'As (616), 'Abd Allah ibn Rawahah (null), and Saad Hariri (1970). After her are Mohammad bin Salman (1985), Muhammad bin Nayef (1959), Sultan bin Salman Al Saud (1956), Shaykh Ahmad (1753), Saud bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (1940), and Ahmed Zaki Yamani (1930).

Among COMPANIONS In Saudi Arabia

Among companions born in Saudi Arabia, Umm Ruman ranks 14Before her are Umm Kulthum bint Muhammad (603), Sawda bint Zamʿa (589), Juwayriyya bint al-Harith (608), Jabir ibn Abd Allah (607), Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr (631), and Abbad ibn Bishr (606).