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Umm Ubays

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Umm Ubays

Umm Umais (Arabic: أم أبيس‎), Umm Ubais or Umm Ubays was among the slaves freed by Abu Bakr.

Umm Ubays was the daughter of Al-Nahdiah.

Umm Ubays had also a sister, Harithah bint al-Muammil, however it is not established if they shared the same mother in the sources this article uses.

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