The House of Umme Hani (RA) refers to the house of the Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) cousin, Umme Hani bint Abi Talib (RA), who was one of the earliest and most devoted followers of Islam. Her house is located in the city of Makkah, near the Kaaba.
Umme Hani (RA) was one of the first people to accept Islam, and she played a crucial role in supporting and sheltering the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) during the early years of his mission. When the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was forced to leave Makkah due to persecution from the non-Muslims, he sought refuge in the house of Umme Hani (RA) before his famous migration to Madinah.
Today, the House of Umme Hani (RA) is considered a historical site and a symbol of the early days of Islam. It has been preserved as a heritage site, and visitors can go and see the house and learn more about the life of Umme Hani (RA) and her contributions to Islam.