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Bab Bachir (died 1254) was a slave consort of the last Abbasid Caliph, Al-Musta'sim (r. 1242–1258). She was a slave bought to the Abbasid harem by the Caliph. When she gave birth to a son, prince Abu Nasr Muhammad, she became an umm walad and was manumitted by the Caliph, who married her. After her marriage, she made herself known for her public charitable initiatives, which was a common method for the consorts of the Caliph (who could not leave the harem), to make temselwes known.

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  • Bab Bachir
  • باب بشير
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  • باب بشير أو كما تعرف بالجهة البشيرية (توفيت في 9 شوال 652 هـ / 21 نوفمبر 1254 م) جارية المستعصم بالله آخر خلفاء العباسيين في العراق والتي أعتقها وتزوجها فيما بعد.
  • Bab Bachir (died 1254) was a slave consort of the last Abbasid Caliph, Al-Musta'sim (r. 1242–1258). She was a slave bought to the Abbasid harem by the Caliph. When she gave birth to a son, prince Abu Nasr Muhammad, she became an umm walad and was manumitted by the Caliph, who married her. After her marriage, she made herself known for her public charitable initiatives, which was a common method for the consorts of the Caliph (who could not leave the harem), to make temselwes known.
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  • Bab Bachir
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  • Bab Bachir
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  • Baghdad, Abbasid Caliphate
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  • باب بشير أو كما تعرف بالجهة البشيرية (توفيت في 9 شوال 652 هـ / 21 نوفمبر 1254 م) جارية المستعصم بالله آخر خلفاء العباسيين في العراق والتي أعتقها وتزوجها فيما بعد.
  • Bab Bachir (died 1254) was a slave consort of the last Abbasid Caliph, Al-Musta'sim (r. 1242–1258). She was a slave bought to the Abbasid harem by the Caliph. When she gave birth to a son, prince Abu Nasr Muhammad, she became an umm walad and was manumitted by the Caliph, who married her. After her marriage, she made herself known for her public charitable initiatives, which was a common method for the consorts of the Caliph (who could not leave the harem), to make temselwes known. She is known as the founder of the Al Bashiriya School, East of the Sheikh Maarouf Cemetery in Baghdad. The work on the school begun in 1251/1252, and a great public inauguration ceremony was held 1255/1256.
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  • Baghdad
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  • Bab Bachir Umm Abu Nasr
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  • Abu Nasr Muhammad ibn al-Musta'sim
  • Ahmad ibn al-Musta'sim
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  • Head and Founder of the Al Bashiriya School, East of the Sheikh Maarouf Cemetery in Baghdad.
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  • Qurrat al-Ayn
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  • Umm walad of the Abbasid caliph
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  • None
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