She is the daughter of Rasulullah sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. He loved her very much. She was married to ’Abu al-‘As bin ar-Rabi’ radiyallahu ‘anhu. When she accepted Islam and her husband refused to do so, she severed relations with him and migrated to Madinah. A few days later, her husband also followed her to Madinah and accepted Islam. Rasulullah s allallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam performed their nikah again. He also liked her a lot. When she had left Makkah for Madinah, an incident took place on the way: two disbelievers encountered her on the way. One of them pushed her and she fell on a rock. He had some desire for her but that also disappeared. She was badly injured from this fall to the extent that she did not fully recover right until her death. Eventually, this was the cause of her death. Lesson: Look at her courage and her piety that she was prepared to leave her birth-place and her husband for the sake of Deen. Furthermore, she bore the difficulties imposed upon her by the disbelievers to the extent that she passed away. Yet she remained steadfast on Deen. O women! You should be prepared to leave everything for the sake of Deen. If you experience any difficulties, endure them. If your husband leaves the Deen, do not side with him.